Baltic amber is an organic fossil resin formed 50 million years ago by pine trees (pinus succinites), now extinct, from the Scandinavia region. This immense amount of amber was carried to the Baltic Sea due to the geographic factors of the tectonic plates, and the Baltic amber spread mainly in the regions of Kaliningrad and Lithuania where it is extracted through mining and fishing, respectively.
Contrary to what many people imagine, amber is not limited to the colors orange or yellow, which are the most common to be found on the market. Nature surprises us with a variation of more than 200 shades of amber. Colors are influenced by the environment, water, soil, resin, climate change, chemical reactions, or even by the residues trapped within the resin of trees.
Succinic acid is a powerful antioxidant, helps fight free radicals and alkalinize the blood. It can also stimulate the recovery of the neural system and strengthen the immune system, fighting inflammation, relieving some pain and reducing stress.
- Stimulates the immune system;
- Reduces inflammation (especially in the gums);
- Accelerates the natural healing process;
- Relieves teething pain;
- Provides calming effects, without the use of drugs;
- Acts as a natural analgesic (reduces or eliminates the pain associated with teething, headaches, joint stiffness etc.);
- Helps to treat discomfort related to throat, ears and stomach, as well as fevers and colds;
- Calming and reassuring, improving the baby's sleep quality;
- Colic relief for small babies;
- Fight otitis, throat inflammation and other inflammatory processes;
- Energy balance.
In addition to the benefits mentioned for babies and children, amber is also a natural antibiotic and anti-inflammatory that stimulates and improves the immune system. It can assist in the treatment of rheumatism, tendonitis and arthritis. Helps in the treatment of throat, liver, gallbladder, bladder, spleen and kidneys. It is also a great antioxidant, helping to alkalinize the blood. It is able to help neutralize the negative energies and psychic influences of other people, allowing the body to heal. It is known to promote vitality and in addition, it acts directly on the 3rd chakra, balancing the energies of the body. It is also indicated for contributing to the relief of stress and anxiety.
To obtain all the therapeutic benefits that amber provides, amber must be in direct and continuous contact with the skin as long as possible. Necklaces should be worn under T-shirts, anklets under pants etc.
As soon as it is born, the baby can already enjoy all the benefits that amber provides, but we recommend that it be used only on the ankle until the age of 6 (six) months, for safety and comfort issues for the baby. You can use the necklace with ankle loops or even the anklets, the important thing is to keep most of the time in contact with the skin so that the therapeutic effect is more effective.
Yes, because it is mainly the night that our metabolism works to correct and clean the impurities of the day. For babies up to 6 (six) months we recommend only the ankle.
Avoid showering with your amber jewelry as your thread is made of cotton and the continuous moisture in the thread can weaken the piece and break. Amber is also sensitive to chemicals such as shampoos and soaps and therefore we also do not recommend it.