Baltic Amber Teething Anklet (4 Colors)
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Baltic amber teething bracelets for children are attractive to wear and ideal to provide natural pain relief and soothing analgesic support during teething. Our Baltic Amber necklaces and bracelets are beautifully made, comfortable, lightweight, and radiate energies of peace and calm as well as natural pain relief for the wearer. Wearing the teething necklace will help boost your child’s immune system, reduce inflammation and accelerate healing as teething progresses. Amber teething necklaces have been a source of traditional healing passed on for many generations and are widely used and treasured throughout Europe and the Far East as unparalleled alternative medicine with proven health benefits.
Amber is as old as time itself, dating back millions of years. And yet, it is still believed in today and used for its magnificent healing power for treating joint pain, arthritic ailments, and teething pain for children. Commonly known as "teething jewelry" Baltic amber has been a natural and traditional remedy for teething discomfort for hundreds of years. The necklaces come in a variety of warm colors and carry the significant healing and analgesic effects of natural Amber to remedy teething pain and create comfort for Child and Mother.
Our teething bracelets and amber teething necklaces are handmade in our studio using original Baltic amber that is over 45 million years old. Baltic Amber has some of the highest concentrations of Succinic Acid found in nature, and this is what makes it so special. The string in each of our teething necklaces and bracelets is knotted by hand in between each and every bead, so should the necklace break (which it should if necessary), the rest of the beads will not scatter. The teething necklace fastens with a screw clasp that opens and closes easily.
<<< Amber teething jewelry is made for wearing not for chewing. Children should be supervised at all times when wearing jewelry, and it should be removed when child is sleeping or unattended >>>