ORGONITE is an extraordinary holistic design developed by the Austrian-born scientist Dr Wilhelm Reich (1897– 1957) in the late 1930’s at his laboratory Orgonon in Rangeley, USA. 3 basic inncredients must be added to make Orgonite:

  1. Metal particles
  2. Quartz and an organic medium to suspend them in, usually
  3. Resin

Orgonite comes in different forms such as pyramids, orbs, or basic cup cake shapes. It is perfect for the garden to improve plant & vegetable growth! A quartz crystal is added because of its piezoelectric properties,

which means it gives off a charge when it is put under pressure (resin shrinks when it is cured, so constant pressure is put on the quartz crystal). Due to the fact that the elements contained in Orgonite are constantly attracting and repelling energy, a “scrubbing” action takes place, and along with the charge that the crystal gives off, this cleans stagnant and negative energy, and brings it back to a healthy, vibrant state. The result allows for permanent transmutation of stagnant negative energy into positive, flowing energy. At the moment I am using water clear artist’s quality resin (Synolite), but my aim is to switch to an entirely natural, organic resin in the near future. The problem is that prices for Bio-resin are around £25.00 per kilo! However, as the technology develops, environmentally harmful petrochemical resins like epoxies and polyesters will slowly come to an end, I hope.

I sell my Orgonites via Etsy>

DSC04779 Above: Orgonite flower experiment started on 13th December 2017

 Below: Lush Plant Growth Hamper

Gifts for Him - Gardening Hamper


Gardening with Orgonite 2

Orgonites - Annett BanxReference for article: Mark Bennett –

My Garden


The crystals I use in my Orgonite sculptures:

Lapis Lazuli, Amazonite, Sodalite, Onyx, Green Fluorite, Amazonite, Red Jade, Hematoid Quartz, Agates, Amethysts, Aventurine, Bloodstone, Carnelian, Chalcedony, Chrysocolla, Serpentine, Red Jasper, Obsidian, Petrified Wood, Terminated Clear Quartz, Kalahari Desert Stone, Tiger Eye, Unakite, Zebra Marble and others… To learn about their meaning and potential visit:



The artist is available for commissions. Please get in touch via email at: to discuss your ideas.