Quartz is the most abundant single mineral on Earth. It makes up about 12% of the earth’s crust, occurring in a wide variety of sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic rocks. It comprises the most diverse family in the mineral kingdom. Quartz is rather hard, 7 on the Moh’s scale. Quartz is easily identifiable as it grows in to a 6 sided (hexagonal) prismatic crystals. It is found in many countries. The major producers of natural Quartz Crystals are the U.S. (mainly Arkansas) and Brazil. The main uses of Quartz are gemstones and electronic applications due to its ability to be programmed. It is used in computers, cell phones, televisions, and radios. Quartz is a power stone and a crystal of clarity. It enhances energy by absorbing, storing, amplifying, focusing, and transmitting.