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Does Baltic Amber Really Work?

by @ 5:21 am on November 11, 2020. Filed under Q&A


There’s zero scientific evidence to back up these claims. While it’s true that Baltic amber does indeed contain succinic acid, there is no proof that it is absorbed into the skin or that it has any pain-relieving properties. In fact, putting one of these necklaces on your kid could actually do more harm than good.

Does Baltic amber help with anxiety?

While no scientific studies have been done on humans, one study found that succinic acid, the active compound in Baltic amber, reduces anxiety in mice. Baltic amber necklaces and bracelets can have a wide range of positive effects on babies as well as adults from natural pain management to anti- anxiety therapies.


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