Known from the times of the Greeks and Romans to protect the wearer from drunkenness, an Amethyst is considered to be a perfect substitute to a Blue Sapphire due to its similar looks and transcendental powers. An Amethyst comes from the family of quartz, with a hue varying from deep purple to pink violet. It gives a rating of 7 on the Moh's scale of hardness. Amethyst was used in Roman and Greek era to carve vessels for keeping alcohol and to control its effects.This alluring stone is also known by the names of Jamuniya and Billor.
Amethyst as a substitute of a Blue Sapphire:-
Bestowed by the powers of the planet Uranus, an Amethyst Gemstone contains mystical abilities to provide benefits to the wearer. Relating to a Blue Sapphire, this gemstone is way too cheaper than the former and still provides with same effects to its wearer.