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Old 11-16-2009, 04:21 PM   #11
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What is Baltic Amber? Baltic Amber is a fossilized tree resin originating from the Baltic Sea Region of Russia. Baltic Amber contains Succinic Acid and when it is heated against the skin it releases an all natural analgesic (pain relief) which helps to ease teething pains in children as well as colic and gas and other ailments. This works so well that necklaces made in lengths for children are the main thing used in Europe and Asia for teething pains and other ailments. They are often found in drug stores there! These also work wonders with adults! They help with Migraines, arthritis, acid reflux and many many other issues!! The Amber I use is imported by me directly from Europe. It is found in the Baltic Region in the Baltic Sea area. Baltic Amber is believed to contain the highest amounts of this acid. Though all types of amber are believed to contain this acid only Baltic Amber contains enough to be considered healing. Contrary to what some think NOT ALL Amber is Baltic.


"Amber is associated with the solar plexus chakra and sometimes the sacral chakra. Mystical lore says that amber is beneficial for purifying the body, headaches, bone problems, heart problems, circulation, ears, hearing problems, endocrine system, fibromyalgia, intestinal/digestive disorders, kidney, bladder, lungs, and general healing purposes."


Here is what they say about Amber, or in Latin, Succinum:"

The calming effect of succinum is only one of the claimed properties, which include these main areas:

Subduing fright, tranquilizing the mind, and relieving convulsion. Succinum is used in the treatment of palpitation, amnesia, dreaminess, insomnia, etc. Alleviating water retention and relieving stranguria (difficult urination). Succinum is applied to the urinary disorders such as stranguria complicated by hematuria (blood in the urine), particularly when caused by pathogenic heat. Promoting blood circulation to remove blood stasis. Succinum is used in the treatment of amenorrhea and abdominal mass caused by blood stasis and stagnation of vital energy. Amber is also recommended for lower abdominal pains affecting the genitalia, such as pain of the testes, prostate, uterus, or vulvar region. Amber "frees the orifices" which is designation for treating conditions such as atherosclerotic blockage of the arteries and blood clots that can cause angina, heart attack, and stroke.


Other internal uses: Amber is used as an ingredient in tonic formulas, it is used as an anti-aging formulation and a treatment to aid recovery for cancer patients after undergoing standard medical therapies. ...

Succinum is used in treating stomach ache.


Topical applications: Astringing ulcers and promoting tissue regeneration. Used externally, it is efficacious in the treatment of ulcers, boils, swellings. ...

It is interesting to note that the Chinese rely on Pure, Natural Baltic Amber. They have found what science has proven and that is that the Amber Acid from Natural Baltic Amber is the active agent and that they need Natural Baltic Amber for their remedies to be effective. Simply stated, even unripe gooseberries and rhubarb stalks, which are the richest in the natural acid, contain a thousand times less of the acid than in Baltic amber- succinite.

Russia is a major source of Baltic Amber. And their experience with it over the centuries has added to the knowledge base. (http://www.masterpage.com.pl/amber/amber-cures.html )

Wearing baltic amber close to the skin is a traditional European remedy for baby teething. A natural analgesic, amber will help calm a baby without resorting to drugs. Used for centuries in Europe, amber's natural anti-inflammatory and pain relieving properties are perfect to soothe teething babies. Amber is fossilized resin, which warms against the skin, releasing it's therapeutic properties safely and naturally. It treats the throat, stomach, spleen, kidneys, bladder, liver, and gallbladder, alleviates joint problems, and strengthens the mucus membranes. As an elixir and for wound healing, it is an excellent natural antibiotic. It aids the Abdomen, Bladder, Blood, Eyes, Kidneys, Stomach, Tissue Revitalization, Throat, Liver, and Joint Problems.

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Old 11-16-2009, 04:23 PM   #12
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Re: Amber teething necklace: did it make a difference?

Liana which colour do you find works best for you? I like the cognac but wonder how well it works compared to the very light colours.

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Old 11-16-2009, 04:31 PM   #13
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i just replied to your other thread :goggle2: i think they all work wonderful i think its a theory about the lighter colors being stronger because i have a necklace i made myself with lighter colors on it and i havent noticed a difference from the help the darker colors give heres a pic of my latest necklace (i make a new one often lol)



this is one i have for sale that i originally made for me but decided it was too "fancy" for me since im pretty low key lol so just after finishing it i made the top one and love it lol

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They did absolutely nothing for my DD.
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Old 11-16-2009, 04:44 PM   #15
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oh and btw the necklace you asked about on another thread is one i made
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I bought one for my dd after hearing so many great things about it. She had just started getting her teeth in at 10 months & was being SUPER cranky and fussy and clingy. I figured even if it didn't work, it would look pretty cute, so I wasn't just throwing away money, regardless of the outcome. The day after I put it on her, she was herself again. She still gets kind of whiny when she's getting new teeth in, but not as badly as before I got the necklace. I don't want to take it off and see how bad it is without it. lol.
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Yeah. I think it did make a difference.. Now that he broke his teething necklace and is no longer wearing it, we're back to giving him teething tablets everyday. ugh. I need to get a new one. lol
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Yeah. I think it did make a difference.. Now that he broke his teething necklace and is no longer wearing it, we're back to giving him teething tablets everyday. ugh. I need to get a new one. lol
i do restringings for only $5 plus shipping ($2) in case you need that done i hate to see babies without their necklaces there is such a difference!
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My daughter broke out in welts all over her body when we used an amber teething necklace... all the way down her back and abdomen. I couldn't believe it was the necklace... but we didn't try anything else new that day. Once we took it off her and gave her some benedryl, the welts went away. We never tried it again.

Everyone I've spoken to about it says "I doubt it was the necklace" .. but I don't know what else it could have been.
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