More than just a fashion statement! This laboratory-certified multicolour Amber necklace can also have health-enhancing benefits when worn regularly. Baltic Amber contains an oil called Succinic acid, which is a naturally occurring anti-inflammatory and analgesic. By wearing Amber against your skin, your body can benefit from these oils and their healing properties. Handcrafted to a standard of perfection will make a meaningful nature-inspired gift or just a wonderful love token for yourself or your special someone. Wrapped up with love in a luxury gift box.
If you believe in the power of natural products, Baltic Amber must be among your favourite jewellery as a beloved handcrafted piece of art, a talisman or just a natural healing material from nature, resting close to your body and soul… Amber has been used for centuries as a natural pain reliever in adults and children. Wearing against the skin, you will get the most calming benefit from the natural raw Baltic Amber. Warm to the touch (unlike stones), Amber is very light and comfortable to wear. Amber is fossilized tree resin (not stone, sap, or copal) which has been appreciated for its colour and natural beauty since Neolithic times. Much valued from antiquity to the present as a healing gemstone. Amber is made into various decorative objects and is used as an ingredient in perfumes, a healing agent in folk medicine, and jewellery. It started as a resin secreted to heal a wound. The organic resin protected the tree from certain death by making a sticky, protective barrier against fungus. When the tree eventually fell and began to decay, the sap remained. Buried under layers of vegetation, earth, and, sometimes, water, the sap continued to harden from the pressure and heat that naturally builds up in such conditions. This fossilized tree resin is the final product of millions of years of slow processing. Because it originates as soft, sticky tree resin, amber sometimes contains animal and plant inclusions.
BALTIC AMBER (Succinite)
Only the world’s finest Baltic Amber contains anywhere up to 8% of succinic acid per weight, a scientifically examined medical substance used in contemporary medicine, playing a vital role in the citric acid cycle – an energy-yielding process in every living organism on Earth! This is what graces Baltic Amber with such incredible powers of healing, anti-inflammatory properties, immunity enhancement, and stress/pain relief. Here, at Precious Amber, we only use the laboratory-certified genuine Baltic Amber organic material personally obtained from the most reputable miners on the Baltic Sea shores and carefully examined with a microscope, UV light, and other methods to guarantee its authenticity. We expect the best, and we know our customers do too!
BENEFITS OF WEARING BALTIC AMBER (Succinite)
When natural Baltic Amber is worn continuously on the skin, created warmth allows releasing Succinic acid microparticles from the amber, which are then absorbed through the skin into the bloodstream. The highest amount of Succinic acid is located on the outer layer (cortex) of amber; therefore, unprocessed Baltic amber is being used to aid various health conditions. It would be best to allow several days for the succinite (the healing oil) to be absorbed. Amber is used for centuries as a natural pain reliever in adults and teething children. It can help to boost the immune system and increase energy levels, a powerful inner body cleanser and healer. Alleviates stress and anxiety, aids the throat, thyroid, ear, nose problems, skin conditions, inflammation, stomach, spleen, kidneys, bladder, PMS physical and emotional symptoms, insomnia, migraine, fibromyalgia, repetitive strain injuries, arthritis, alleviates joint problems, strengthens the memory and intellect. It helps with emotional calming and centring. In modern science, recent research in Germany’s Hamburg University confirms the traditional beliefs about Succinic acids in human metabolism, showing that they genuinely have safe, positive effects. Currently, it is commercially produced and approved by the US Food & Drugs Administration.
AGE OF BALTIC AMBER
Today, most of the existing Baltic amber is dated from 44 to 90 million years ago, produced by extinct coniferous (pine) trees of the Tertiary period.