Amber is a fossilized coniferous tree resin that can be 30 to 90 million years old. Amber forms when sap, which is also called resin, leaks from inside pine trees and becomes fossilized over time by pressure and heat. Amber is soft, and it is ranked between two and three on the Mohs scale of hardness. Its color can range from pale yellow to deep brown, but most amber is the color of honey. The oldest and best quality amber is found along the coast of Baltic Sea.
Amber has been in use by humans for thousands of years, possibly longer than any other gem material. It has significant medicinal properties. It treats the throat, stomach, spleen, kidneys, bladder, liver, and gallbladder, alleviates joint problems, and strengthens the mucus membranes and as an elixir and for wound healing.
Amber is said to provide the wearer with the quality of decisiveness. It strengthens memory and intellect and helps with emotional calming and centering. It is an excellent grounding crystal, and transmutes negative energy to positive. This gem radiates a warm and bright energy. It aids the abdomen, bladder, blood, eyes, kidneys, stomach, tissue revitalization, throat, liver, and joint problems. Amber is also known to draw the disease out of afflicted areas and neutralize negative energy allowing the body to heal itself.
Amber is reputed to help to release stress, as well as promoting self-healing. Traditional use of amber in human history since ancient Egyptian time and its popularity today growth fast. Amber tincture is indispensable in my home first aid kit, my natural aid hiking kit and in my naturopathic Clinic.
Healing properties of amber tincture
Natural antibiotic-It is considered as excellent antibiotic. Take 3 drops of amber tincture in glass of warm water or herbal teas to respiratory conditions such as bronchitis, pneumonia sore throat or cold. It is excellent for glandular swellings. Massage undiluted 3 drops of tincture on the back and chest.
- Balances endocrine and digestive network. Take 3 drops x 3 day in water or herbal tea.
- Circulatory – massage 3 drops on neck, temple for headache or wrist when required.
- Headache –vigorously massage undiluted into the temples, back of the neck and the wrist
- Is considered to be good for mental clarity, balance emotions and is said to help with memory loss.
- Sinus relief-rub on the sinuses area and the pain will disappear in 2 minutes the effect will last for hours
- Radiation –amber stone also provides protection from
Amber possesses electrostatic properties, and continues to be utilized for healing purposes. The unusually great power this gem is embedded in its ability to produce negative ions that affects man by easing pain, activating the healing process, and providing protection from harmful radiation. It is worth it to become familiar with amber and have this simple natural ionizer with you at all times. It has long been associated with healing energy and mental stimulation, and is said to balance aggressive traits.
Amber is a powerful chakra cleanser and healer. At a physical level, it imbues the body with vitality and has the power to draw disease out of the body. By absorbing pain and negative energy, the gemstone allows the body to rebalance and heal itself. It alleviates stress.
Testimonial of one of my patients
I have been suffering from chronic sinusitis for 15 years. At the consultation Danuta has asked me to apply the Amber tincture topically on my sinuses. They cleared up in just 2 minutes and I could breath again for 5 hours. Lubi B, Canberra
Warning: The Healing Remedies Amber tincture contains 95% of ethanol. It is flammable. Keep away from children. Keep away from heat and close lid tight after the use. Do not apply undiluted on broken skin. Do not drink undiluted.
About the Author
Danuta Hulajko is a holistic practitioner, international speaker, founder of the DH Natural Medicine Clinic and www.healingremedies.com.au , Sydney. She specialises in anti-aging, autoimmunity, digestive disorders and heavy metals chelation. For more information please go to our website. You can follow Danuta Hulajko work, events, seminars, expos, latest health research, her health tips and advice on Facebook and LinkedIn