Commonly Asked Questions
Q: There are different designs. Do they all do the same job?
A: Yes, they all offer the same benefits, so it is okay to choose the design you like most.
Q: How often should i wash it?
A: Wash it every 2-4 weeks with warm water and polish in the water with a soft cloth. The objective is to clean the surface of each bead so the amber can release succinic acid into the skin again. Set to air dry in the sun or area of warmth for 3 hours to bring the 'oils' so to say, to the surface.
Q: How long does it take to work?
A: Many have reported noticing effects within hours and up to the first 3 days, however, It can take up to 10-12 days to show effects. Don't give up if you are not seeing any effects. Keep in mind that although you may not see the effect in one area, for example drooling, it still may be effective in other areas such as less overall pain, less rosy cheeks, and fussiness. If you are still doubtful after 12 days, try cleaning it and charging it in the sun for 3 hours and put it back on. Don't hesitate to contact us, if you have any questions or concerns. We are here for you.
Q: Does it need to be 'Baltic' amber.
A: Yes. Amber found in the Baltic regions have the highest levels of succinic acid. If you are wearing amber purely for aesthetic purposes, then it does not matter where your amber is from. However, if you are wearing amber for its healing properties, then it should be 'Baltic' amber.
Q: I have heard lighter colored amber is better. Is it true?
Some people have reported lighter and raw (unpolished) amber to have a slightly higher percentage of succinic acid. Unpolished and lighter amber is closer to its natural state, which could be the reason for this rational. However others say the percentage is so small that one wouldn't notice the difference. We recommend choosing the amber that you are most drawn to.
Q. Can you wear too much amber?
A: No, you cannot overdose on amber. The more amber, the more effect you will likely see.
Q: Does it get old or stop working?
A: No. However, although our thread is top quality TYTAN 10 thread, it will wear with time if exposed to water often. If you avoid wearing it in water and make efforts to take care of the thread, your jewelry pieces will stay intact.
History & Information
Q. What is Baltic Amber?
A. Amber from the Baltic has been around for more than an estimated 48 million years!! Incredible isn't it? Having existed for ages and ages, its no wonder it's power for healing, wellness, and vitality. There are two aspects to why Baltic amber is an effective pain reducing entity, as well as a vitality, wellness, and pleasant- energy booster. With it's existence consisting of so many millions of years, the vibrational energies within each bead are said to be extremely high. The alternative and more commonly discussed aspect is what is found within Baltic amber, called 'succinic acid'.
Embodied in Baltic amber, is a healing agent called 'Succinic Acid'. Baltic amber, also called 'Succinite" is known to contain higher levels of succinic acid than amber from any other region. Natural Baltic amber is not a stone, but a fossilized tree resin that has been formed over millions of years and found washed ashore of the Baltic regions. It is warm to the touch, very light in weight, and therefore very comfortable to wear. In fact, throughout history, Baltic amber jewelry was worn by nobility and royalty. Ground resin from Baltic amber was, and still is, used in natural healing remedies.
Q. HOW DOES BALTIC AMBER WORK?
So how does Baltic amber help to ease pain and promote vitality? It is said that when worn directly against the skin, succinic acid works like a healing oil that enters the bloodstream through the skin, with the warmth of the body.
When used as a drug free intervention for teething related symptoms, Baltic amber can offer relief from drooling and itchy, sore, and inflamed gums and cheeks. This in turn can reduce fussiness and irritability in the inflicted while improving overall wellbeing.
Q: So 'amber' is the stone from which these bracelets are made?
A: It is a tree resin that has formed over millions, of years.