crys·tal | ˈkri-stᵊl
A body that is formed by the solidification of a chemical element, a compound, or a mixture, and has a regularly repeating internal arrangement of its atoms and often external plane faces
Rock crystal and man-made crystal are considered two of the most sought-after designs of crystal. Rock crystal is also referred to as quartz, a silicate mineral. Quartz is organically found in nature, and is deemed a semi-precious stone. On the other hand, man-made crystals are produced from a melody of quartz, lead oxide, and soda potash. What may come as a surprise, rock crystal does not even compete with the color or brilliance with that of manufactured crystal. Into the bargain, rock crystal comes in many shapes; for instance, they may be short or lengthy, or it may be a member of an extended cluster formation, or alternatively, it may be terminated on one side or both. Crystals may have different inclusions throughout their thick structure, such as wedges, bubbles, phantoms, eyes, keys, bridges, and more. All things considered, crystals are considered ancient forms of medicine, philosophies derived from Buddhism and Hinduism. But in spite of that, please there’s no scientific evidence to support the use of crystals for healing purposes.