Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Baltic Amber Necklace

Philip has been having lots of teething issues of late.
From the rash on his face, to the rash on his bottom.
I finally decided to try the Baltic Amber Baby Necklace.
To make sure it was authentic Baltic Amber, we decided to order one from Abby's Lane, LLC.

Here is more information on the Necklace straight from Abby's Lane website
I have omitted how long they believe it took to form, because I know the Bible says, the earth is younger than they are mislead to believe...
Knickernappies Baltic Amber baby teething natural pain relief necklaces are suitable for babies, toddlers, and children. Amber is associated with sunlight and warmth and reputed to boost the immune system, reduce inflammation and accelerate the healing of wounds and is thus the perfect help for babies and toddlers who wear it when they are teething.

They are not designed for chewing with teeth, parent supervision is recommended at all times when baby is wearing necklace. 

  • Designed for wearing by either boys or girls

  • A completely natural, drug-free way to relieve the symptoms of teething in babies and toddlers
  • Amber is a fossilized resin, not a stone. It is therefore warm to the touch, and light to wear.
  • When amber is worn on the skin, the skin's warmth releases miniscule amounts of healing oils from the amber which are then absorbed via the skin into the bloodstream.
  • Amber's anti-inflammatory and therapeutic properties have long been appreciated by parents in Europe.
  • All of our Baltic Amber teething necklaces feature rounded beads for your babies maximum comfort.

  • Only natural 100% authentic Baltic amber is used to make our teething necklaces. Beads will vary in color, shape, and size since they are natural resins.

    Beads are small enough to not pose a choking hazard and each one is knotted individually for safety.
    Necklaces are approximately 13" long.
    Made in Lithuania where the Baltic Amber is collected.
    Gintaras (Lithuanian for amber) comes from "ginte" (meaning to protect).
    Amber is any natural resin which oozed its way out of a tree and eventually fossilized. Amber comes in many shades and colors, although the most common are cognac, honey, green, lemon yellow, ivory and cream/yellow. It is is lightweight and because it is an organic substance, each piece is unique.

    Baltic amber (known as succinite) is a specific subset of amber that is found only in northern Europe: it accounts for some 80% of the known amber in the world. Sap oozed out from a forest of conifers (probably either false larch or kauri) in the region now covered by the Baltic Sea, and eventually hardened into clear lumps. Shoved around northern Europe by glaciers and river channels, lumps of genuine Baltic amber can still be found today on the eastern coasts of England and Holland, throughout Poland, Scandinavia and northern Germany and much of western Russia and the Baltic states.
    Baltic amber is fossil resin produced by pine trees, which grew in Northern Europe - from southern regions of the present day Scandinavia and nearby regions of the bed of the Baltic Sea. The climate became warmer and conifer trees started to exude big amounts of resin. Scientists say that amber is a fossil pine resin from this region that has achieved a stable state through oxidation. The word amber meant only one thing – the Baltic Amber. However, the process of how amber is formed traced more amber varieties in different parts of the world. Although more than 125 types of fossil resins are known in the world, these resins are not amber but its relatives. They are mostly found in Europe and America and each of them has its own name. But the Baltic amber is uniquely known for its quality and is most sought after.


    The Vernon Family said...

    Whoa!!! Now you are going REAL crunchy one me. :D I hope it helps him.

    The Southern Peach-Girls said...

    I've been reading your blog, but failing to comment. First, I love your pantry!!! Awesome. And secondly, the kiddos are getting soooo big! my, oh, my :-)

    You guys have such a beautiful family, which I know comes from your love of the Lord. Seriously, it truly shines through.

    And thirdly, I love the necklace. We bought Jonah one when he was a babe. Funny thing though....I really felt he needed it most when he was sleeping, but I didn't feel safe letting him wear it to bed. Ugh. Do you let Phillip sleep with his? And if not, do you find that by wearing it during the day he is still reaping the benefits come night time? Aubrey still has some teeth to come in. His last set were a big pain :-) I would have to wrestle the necklace away from Isabella as she kind of claimed it when it went unused.


    Sally Hilton said...

    I was looking for baltic amber beads for sale, because I heard great things about them! Then I found these necklaces and they were amazing! Definitely can't be skeptical when you see them in action!