Baltic amber, collected in and around the Baltic Sea, is a fossilised resin from pine trees produced over 45 million years ago. Used for centuries for its believed natural analgesic and healing properties, Baltic amber contains a natural therapeutic substance called succinic acid, which is said to be absorbed when worn against your skin, helping with pain relief.
Q: Do these really work for pain relief?
A: There are many beliefs that amber and semi-precious gemstones have healing and pain relief properties and have many customers who have feedback positive comments on wearing our jewellery. Although we can recommend particular semi-precious gemstones for your ailments, they are only recommendations and must not replace medical advice. If you have any medical issues please ensure you seek medical attention.
Q: Can I wear my jewellery in the water?
A: It is advisable not to wear your jewellery in water as any chemicals or soaps may degrade your amber and semi-precious gemstones. Your jewellery is threaded on Nylon which is strong and resistant to occasional water immersion.
Q: How can I clean my jewellery?
A: Wipe using a damp cloth and leave to air dry. Do not put directly on the radiator as direct heat will crack the amber
Q: Do I need to recharge my Amber?
A: No, Amber doesn’t need any special treatment; it is believed the succinc acid is transferred through to the skin with the warmth of your skin so leaving it out in the sun will only warm up the amber nothing else.
Q: Is Amber safe?
A: Yes, although our Jewellery is not a toy, we take safety very seriously and so have had our Amber and Semi-Precious Gemstone Jewellery tested against EN71 part 2 (flammability) and part 3 (chemicals) - which have passed.
Q: What is Amber?
A: Baltic amber, collected in and around the Baltic Sea, is a fossilised resin from pine trees produced over 45 million years ago. Used for centuries for its believed natural analgesic and healing properties, Baltic amber contains a natural therapeutic substance called succinc acid, which is said to be absorbed when worn against your skin, helping with pain relief.
Q: Where does Lilith Loves Henry Amber come from?
A: We have spent a long time finding the best Baltic Amber available. We source our Amber directly from a genuine family business in Lithuania who provides authentic certification on our beads.
Q: What is Hazelwood?
A: Hazelwood comes from the branches of the Corylus Cornuta bush found widespread in Canada. For centuries people have worn hazelwood in the belief that it has therapeutic properties.
Such beliefs cannot be verified, and if you have any ailments or disorders you should always seek the advice of your medical professional.
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