For centuries, moms and babies have turned to Baltic amber to sooth aches, pains, stress and exhaustion in a natural way. If you’ve ever spotted a baby wearing yellow, gemlike beads around the neck, it’s most likely Baltic amber working its magic on issues related to teething.
A natural healer, Baltic amber can be worn by adults and babies to promote wellness. Jenn Sanders from Baltic Wonder shares some of her findings with Women4Adventure.
The Wonder of Baltic Amber
Often said to hold mystical qualities, Baltic amber was produced by trees some 44 million years ago. Today the largest deposit of this healing substance is found in the Baltic region.
People the world over use it to encourage self-restorative growth, primarily helping with pain, inflammation and other ailments, including headaches, arthritis, tendonitis, and generalized pain throughout the body.
It’s a homeopathic treatment, often used by moms experiencing the transitional pains of motherhood and toddlers who benefit from its soothing affects.
Here are a few top reasons to choose Baltic amber.
1. Baltic Amber Supports the Immune System
One of the great draw cards of Baltic amber is that it inspires the naturally existing healing power of the body. In other words, this alkalinizing acid doesn’t add to your body’s acidity, in fact it may actually lower it slightly.
Furthermore, succinic acid is a food additive and dietary supplement which is recognized as safe by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and healers throughout time have used Baltic amber to encourage the body to heal itself.
Baltic amber acts as a natural antibiotic, helping to improve immunity and speed up the healing process. It’s for this reason that moms turn to Baltic amber to boost their own immunity, along with their child’s.
Ground amber is in fact also known to be used as a poultice when dressing a patient’s wounds –it’s a miraculous aid in restoring immunity.
2. Baltic Amber Relieves Pain and Inflammation.
Most commonly known for helping with teething discomfort, Baltic amber naturally acts as an anti-inflammatory and painkiller. It contains around 3-8% succinic acid which is vastly beneficial to moms and babies as it promotes self-healing.
While Baltic amber is worn, trace oils from the resin are absorbed through the skin as it heats against the body. Overall, this interchange allows the succinic acid to naturally enter the bloodstream, promoting maximum therapeutic benefit.
Baltic Wonder’s amber is comparatively different from amber in other parts of the world, due to its high levels of succinic acid. This is the powerful medicinal property which is activated when wearing Baltic amber on something like a necklace.
It’s the restorative properties activated by the body through the heating of the succinic acid which is homoeopathically beneficial. Steer clear of over-the-counter pick-me-ups like caffeine and cheap painkillers and opt rather for holistic healers, such as Baltic amber. It can treat depression, anxiety, and stress-related illnesses.
3. Baltic Amber Assists with Alleviating Anxiety and Stress.
The timeless resin that is Baltic amber comes from ancient trees and has been medically proven to treat illness and ailments. It’s also known to rejuvenate the body, to balance moods and is used as a natural analgesic.
Overall, its powerful attributes essentially replenish the body’s internal organs, even during times of stress.
Whether it is mom or child feeling under the weather, Baltic amber is associated with decreasing stress levels. Its medicinal properties have been used throughout the centuries to transform negative energy into positive.
4. Baltic Amber Supports the Throat and Thyroid Gland.
Nature’s healing wisdom is most evidently locked into Baltic amber. So much so, that it once healed the trees from which it dripped. The sap protected the internal composite of the tree against potential external threats.
It has carried its timeless healing nature all the way through to today. Another one of its benefits is that it can positively stimulate the thyroid.
About the Author: Jenn Sanders currently works as a marketing assistant at Baltic Wonder, a company that is dedicated to the health and wellbeing of infants. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family and outdoor adventures.