How Amber Incense can protect and improve your health.
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The people of the Baltic countries have a long history of burning amber in their homes because of its positive effect on the human body.
The practice has its historical base in medieval Europe when millions were killed by the Black Plague. It spite of the deaths as the Plague swept Europe, Prussian Priest Matthus Praetorius recorded in 1680, “During the plague not a single amberman from Gdansk, Klaipeda, Konisgsberg or Liepaja died of the disease.”
They were in constant contact with Natural Baltic Amber, noted by Albert The Great (1193 – 1280), a Dominican and philosopher, to be the most effective medicine of its times. And they fumigated their homes with amber incense as they burned slag, chips and powder that remained from their work.
Amber incense, created either by burning or heating amber, is aid to reduce the symptoms of fatigue in humans, repel mosquitoes, flies and other insects and improve ones general well being by improving the ion structure of the air. Beyond that it gives off a nice aroma.
Amber sticks and amber chips offer a simple way to add the pleasant and protective amber aroma to your home.
Amber chips can be heated in an aromatherapy oil burner. See Amber Chips For Aroma Therapy
Amber can be burned using amber incense sticks coated with an amber powder mix.
Amber incense sticks provide a safe, comfortable way to add the aroma of amber incense to your home. They are light and portable. You can carry them with you when you travel to places where you might wish to be sure that you can control the quality of the atmosphere in your room, including keeping away flies and other insects.
Once lit, amber incense sticks burn more than an hour filling your room with the pleasant and protective aroma of amber.
To buy amber incense sticks for personal use, go to Amber Incense Sticks
For information about buying wholesale, go to the Wholesale Store