Baltic amber healing jewelry is an excellent pain relief for head, neck and throat areas, especially for congestion. Amber healing necklaces and bracelets are highly effective for controlling the pain of rheumatism, arthritis, and aching muscles and joints. Baltic amber is also an anti-anxiety remedy that rids fatigue and weariness.
What could be better than natural healing you wear in the form of elegantly designed natural Baltic amber jewelry? In order to truly benefit from natural Baltic amber, you need to make certain that the amber touches some part of your body consistently. The reason for this is amber releases its healing oils into the body when it heats up from contact with our skin.
The remarkable health benefits of amber are attributed to its unique ingredient, succinic acid. As much as 3% to 8% - the largest quantity found anywhere in nature.
Scientific research on natural Baltic amber has contributed specific documentation in evidence of its healing powers. It has also documented that wearing amber healing necklaces against the skin is the only proper way to absorb amber’s natural healing into our bodies. For many, amber healing is a tradition that has been handed down for many generations and amber jewelry is a well guarded family heirloom.
So whether you're looking for the beauty of amber to adorn your body or to heal it, try Baltic Amber healing jewelry.
Baltic amber is found in the Baltic region of northern Europe and this variety of amber accounts for approximately 80%-90% of the world's supply. Amber from the Baltic Sea region contains the highest level of succinic acid, and therefore is considered to be the highest quality amber you can find.
Baltic amber is lighter than gemstones or metal. It is actually less dense than saltwater, which allows it to float and move easily from place to place along a seacoast. Large pieces of this material are comfortable to wear; its light weight also makes it easy for jewelry makers to cut and shape it into finished pieces.
Baltic amber is used in various forms of jewelry, including bracelets, necklaces, rings, pendants, bead work and earrings. For centuries, it has also been used for pipe stems and cigarette holders. Sculptors have worked amber into figurines, decorative cups, picture frames, a model ship and church altars. Baltic amber has even been used to decorate the walls of an entire room.