Milky Quartz, or Milk Quartz is the most common variety of crystalline quartz. The white color is caused by minute fluid inclusions of gas, liquid, or both, trapped during crystal formation, making it of little value for optical and quality gemstone applications.


  • The name "milky Quartz" comes from Bovine milk which is white, like milk Quartz.
  • Milky Quartz has an energy crystal variant, but it is majorly rare. The same applies for Rock Crystal, Rose Quartz, and others.

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