Polished beans. High quality flat olive "bean" shape. Every bead is individually knotted, necklace has twist closure.
Not designed for chewing them with teeth, parent supervision is recommended at all times when worn.
Commonly known as “teething jewelry” Baltic amber has been used as a natural pain relief for hundreds of years. It is not a stone but a natural resin, which when warmed against the body the amber releases oils containing succinic acid, a natural pain reliever, which are then readily absorbed into the skin and the bloodstream.
Baltic amber has some of the highest concentrations of succinic acid found in nature.
Amber is believed to relieve headaches, teething pain, reduce inflammation of the throat, ear and stomach, and to fight infections and respiratory diseases.
Amber has natural pain relieving and anti-inflammatory properties, it is particularly well known to help with the pain of growing teeth and with bone and joint pain.
Its positive benefits do not end there, people have have reported that amber has helped for many chronic conditions including skin conditions, migraine, fibromyalgias, rheumatoid arthritis, repetitive strain injuries.
Amber can also help ease stress and promotes more restful sleep.
Natural amber beaded necklaces are also a non-invasive remedy for rashes, upset tummies, earaches, fevers and colds. It is a natural analgesic that will help calm your child. Also many adults report improvement of arthritis discomfort and carpal tunnel pain in their hands when wearing amber jewelry.
Q. What is Amber?
A. Amber is the fossilized resin of trees. 40 million years ago, this resin was exuded by trees to heal damage to a branch or trunk. The resin remained intact to become a fossil and still retains its healing properties.
Q. What is Baltic Amber?
A. This is amber from areas around the Baltic Sea in Lithuania. It contains a higher percentage (8%) of succinite, its healing element, than amber from any other area.
Q. How does it help?
A. Amber contains succinite. Succinite acts as an anti-inflammatory and an analgesic.The healing benefit of Amber has been known about since ancient times. Amber has been used throughout Europe for generations.
Q. Do you chew it?
A. No, it is not to be chewed. It helps when worn against the skin continually. In fact, the item or the amber might break if it is put in the mouth and could cause a choking hazard so the wearer should be supervised.
Q. What will happen if it gets pulled?
A. Our products are threaded on cotton. If they are pulled hard or caught in something, they will break. If they do break, only one bead will come loose because they are knotted between each bead.