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Amber, “stone of the Sun”, is a semi-precious stone formed out of 50 million year old petrified resin. Amber, or succinite, may be found in many areas of the world; however amber from the shores of the Baltic Sea is considered to be the most valuable. Its mystical properties, fascinating inclusions and rich history have created a growing popularity for amber jewelry. In ancient times, amber was believed to have healing and protective power, and was worn as jewelry and charms to ward off various mental and physical afflictions such as headaches, asthma and rheumatism. Often, amber was a symbol of wealth, adorning affluent men and women of the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations. In fact, the source for the word “electricity” is the Greek word for amber, “electron”, a result of the first electrical phenomenon having been observed when amber was rubbed to produce its attractive “energy”. Amber emits a very pleasant, pine-like scent when it is burned; it is also relatively soft, very light, and almost always warm, even in cool environments.

Amber: has positive influence on endocrine system, digesting system, spleen and  heart. It stabilizes kundalini awakening. Activates altruistic nature. Spiritualizes the intellect. Chakra(s): navel, solar plexus, crown.

Amber : Lustrous yellow, brown, yellowish-white. C,H,O. Hardness 2-2.5. Locality: Baltic Sea.

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