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Amber is technically not a gemstone or mineral, but a fossilized sap from prehistoric trees that has aged over the course of millions of years. Baltic amber is considered to be the world's finest. Amber is usually thought of as yellow golden in hue, but amber also can be found in shades of milky white, red-orange, green, black and even (very rarely) violet.
Early physicians prescribed amber for headaches, heart problems, arthritis and a variety of other ailments. In ancient times, amber was carried by travelers for protection. To early Christians, amber signified the presence of the Lord.
In the Far East, amber is the symbol of courage; Asian cultures regard amber as the 'soul of the tiger'; Egyptians placed a piece of amber in the casket of a loved one to ensure the body would forever remain whole.
Jewelry worn on the naked body, such as necklaces, bracelets or rings formed from amber nuggets, have the strongest chemical effect. Amber necklaces closely sticking to the body around the neck have a beneficial effect on thyroid illnesses. Thanks to the greater amber acid content in the rough natural crust, elements made of rough amber or with the remains of bark in its fragments have a stronger effect. This does not, however, mean a lack of a beneficial effect of amber carefully cut and polished to its maximum sheen. In this state it even has a certain advantage, as it is pleasant to the touch and more easily transmits the effect of negative electric ionisation.
The most famous physician of the Middle Ages, known by the Latin name of Avicenna, was convinced of the uncommon effectiveness of Baltic amber. He wrote that the wearing of an amber necklace can eliminate goitres, a swelling of the neck due to the enlargement of a thyroid gland, which is a symptom of an advanced stage of illness. This conviction has been recently confirmed by Albert Bogdasarov, a Byelorussian mineralogist who recommends the wearing of amber necklaces, especially by children, in areas of intense radiation caused by the Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster.
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