What is Amber
Baltic Amber is considered one of the most precious offerings and complementary remedies supplied by Nature. The succinic acid amber contains has beneficial effects on various ailments, experiments on patients who reported various symptoms such as headaches, back pain, thyroid problems, chest pains and limbs, have shown that the application of amber dust on the face produces remarkable results.
The allopathic medicine recognizes amber analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and immune-stimulating functions, it has a calming and relaxing influence and favours sleep. Amber necklaces and bracelets are used on babies, to soothe the discomfort caused by teething, reduce excessive salivation and promote the growth of strong teeth.
Amber contributes to the correct functioning of the liver and thyroid, accelerates the healing of bruises and wounds and helps the breathing system to prevent and fight colds and coughs, asthma and bronchitis. It is also a valuable ally against dermatitis and musculoskeletal disorders such as osteoarthritis and arthritis, rheumatic pain, inflamed joints, tendonitis, etc.
It also protects from electromagnetic fields, stimulates the nervous system and helps counteract stress and depression, increasing the decision-making capacity and optimism.
The succinic acid contained in amber is used in the treatment of various types of anemia, radicular pain and cardiovascular diseases. It was also found that amber improves cellular respiration and glucose metabolism, helping the body to produce the energy needed for physical activity.
It is also is a powerful antioxidant, protects tissues from free radicals, destroys diseased cells and helps the skin to stay young and supple. It improves microcirculation and blood supply to organs and tissues. It has anti-toxic properties and reduces the harmful effects of various substances including alcohol. It improves kidney, heart and intestinal functions.
To benefit from the properties of amber you just have to keep it in contact with the skin, or you can prepare an amber elixir, leaving amber in a glass of water for a whole night and drinking the so charged water with an empty stomach in the morning.
Amber is also known for its so-called “inclusions”, ancient plants and insects trapped inside it that gave scientists clues on how life was on earth millions of years ago.
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