Grace & Favour
Grace & Favour

What is Amber and what does it do?

Amber is not a gem, it is a resin that has been fossilized from pine trees from 50 million years ago. Amber has been used as a natural pain relief for thousands of years in both young children and adults. It has been claimed to provide pain relief during teething. Amber is considered to not only have pain reliefing qualities but it also said to assist with lack of appetite, stomach aches, excessive drooling, fever, ear aches and cold.  It is said to be a powerful antioxidate with helps with relieving stress and low energy, boosting awareness, concernrated and reflexes  Raw  Amber in its natural state, has been claimed to have great results for newborns suffering from gas and colic.

How does Amber work?

When worn close to the skin, it is claimed that  the baby’s body temperature helps release healing oils from the amber that act as a natural analgesic when absorbed into the blood.  Baltic Amber is said to be a non-invasive and side effect free remedy for the pain and complications of teething pain and to soothe babies and toddlers. Some Mother's swear by it to reduce teething pain, drooling, red cheeks, irritability and nappy rash, without relying on drugs.
 
Wearing Baltic Amber Teething Jewellery is said to be not only effective for teething babies, it also said to help with other conditions such as lack of appetite, tummy aches, ear ache, headaches, shoulder, neck and other pain, fevers and colds, growing pains, acid reflux and can calm irritability and sleeplessness whether related to teething or not. Whilst essentially sold as 'teething' necklaces, many parents are saying they are now purchasing necklaces for their older children complaining of 'growing pains'.
 
Amber's anti-inflammatory and therapeutic properties are recognized by allopathic medicine.
 

Where does it come from?

A traditional ‘Grace & Favour’ amber necklace imported from the Baltic region
 

Grace & Favour Safety standards

The thread is knotted after each bead; if the necklace should break , only one bead will come off and the beads should not scatter.
 
The clasp is made from an amber/plastic, with a plastic screw mechanism. The clasp is laboratory tested to release if excessive force is applied to the necklace, which ensures the highest safety. Unlike traditional clasps used on children’s necklaces (parrot clasp and ring), which do not release, they rely on the ring or necklace breaking to release.
 
Amber necklaces are made for wearing, not for chewing! Amber will crack and break under too much pressure.

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