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Baltic Amber Teething Bracelet in Lemon

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Baltic Amber Teething Bracelet in Lemon

CODE: ATB001


List price: CAD $16.00  

Price: CAD $8.95

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Amber is a very traditional European remedy for baby teething pain, it has been used for years and it is extremely common there. In addition to being a natural analgesic, Amber is great for reducing most types of rashes on babies, it is also supposed to help balance moods and ease anxiety.  

What is amber, you ask?

Amber is the fossilized resin of ancient trees which forms through a natural polymerization of the original organic compounds. Amber is not produced from tree sap, but rather from plant resin…really old plant resin. The colors vary depending on the species of tree the resin came from. Take notice in some of the beads you can see bits of organic matter. That’s pretty sweet.

How do you clean your amber if baby flings peas on it?
Use a clean, soft cloth and warm water. The amber can be dried and rubbed with clear olive oil, then rubbed with a soft cloth to remove excess oil and restore the polish.

Where do you store your amber when baby isn't wearing it?
Do not store your amber with other jewelry because it can create a permanent white coating on the amber. Also, try to avoid getting lotions and perfumes on your amber. These things can create a coating that prevents the natural oils from being released, thus hindering the healing properties of the stone.

Please note: Amber necklaces are made for wearing, not for chewing. Amber must be worn on the skin to enable it to release it’s pain relieving qualities. Never leave amber on your baby when they are unattended or sleeping. 

These Amber braceletes (ankletes) are ideal for both boys and girls.

For safety reasons there is a knot before and after each bead, if the necklace should break the beads will not scatter everywhere. The synthetic plastic clasp with a screw thread is designed to break under extreme pressure.

All beads used are small enough to be swallowed but should not pose a choking hazard.

Teething necklaces should be removed when baby is sleeping or unattended! (could be worn around the ankle inside a sleeper at night)

These bracelets (anklet) are 13 -14 cm (5.1-5.5 inches)