What is Baltic Amber?Baltic Amber is a fossilized tree resin and comes in a variety of shapes and colours. Baltic Amber is made for wearing (not chewing or ingestion). Amber contains succinic acid, a natural analgesic and healing agent. Amber will warm against your body and the succinic acid will be absorbed through your skin helping with pain relief.
Used for centuries, Baltic Amber has been used for a variety of ailments from teething pain to arthritis. Scientific research has shown that succinic acid has a very positive influence on the human body. It improves immunity and the balance of acids when absorbed into the bloodstream, it stimulates the thyroid glands to help reduce drooling and soothe inflamed areas. Amber's anti-inflammatory and therapeutic properties are recognised by allopathic medicine as a natural analgesic (pain reliever), which can help to relieve many painful conditions.
Baltic Amber Facts:
- A natural analgesic (pain reliever).
- Amber is a fossilized resin, not a stone. Therefore, it is warm to the touch, as well as very comfortable and light to wear.
- Wearing Baltic amber necklaces and bracelets on the skin can have a soothing and calming effect on teething babies and toddlers.
- When amber is worn on the skin, the skin's warmth releases small amounts of healing oils from the amber which are then absorbed through the skin into the bloodstream.
- Amber's anti-inflammatory and therapeutic properties are also recognized by allopathic medicine.
How do amber healing beads work?
Amber is associated with sunlight and warmth and reputed to boost the immune system, reduce inflammation, accelerates the healing of wounds, reduce inflammation of the throat, ear and stomach infections and respiratory disease. Amber is unique and has amazing, all natural results. Baltic Amber is a traditional European baby teething remedy which has become popular all over the world.
Are amber necklaces safe?
Our amber necklaces are secured with a plunger clasp, not a hook and ring or a magnetic clasp, which allows the necklace to break, should it be pulled on or get caught. As a safety feature, there is a knot before and after each bead (with the exception of wire and stretch bracelets and some adult necklaces), so that even in the event of the string breaking, only 1-2 beads would become loose. Baltic Amber is non-toxic and would pass through the
body, if ingested.
- Safety Disclaimer -
Children should not be left unattended while wearing jewelry of any kind.
Amber is not meant for ingesting or chewing!
Amber is also thought to bring good luck and is incredibly beautiful!!