The benefits of amber and how you can use amber to improve your health.
Albert the Great (1193-1280), a Dominican and a philosopher, identifies amber as the first among the six most effective medicines; succinum, ocastoreum, mors, camphor, tartarus, and aurum. Tinctures originating from the same period were based on beer, wine or water and were effective cures for stomach and rheumatic aches. There are no records even vaguely suggesting any undesirable or harmful effect of amber.
It is interesting to note that the Chinese rely on Pure, Natural Baltic Amber. Centuries ago they have found what science has since proven, that the Amber Acid from Natural Baltic Amber is the active agent and that they need Natural Baltic Amber for their remedies to be effective. Simply stated, even unripe gooseberries and rhubarb stalks, which are the richest in the natural acid, contain a thousand times less of the acid than in Baltic amber- succinite.
Chinese herbal medicines use amber powders in their mixes. Here is what they say about Amber, or in Latin, Succinum:”
The calming effect of succinum is only one of the claimed properties, which include these main areas:
Subduing fright, tranquilizing the mind, and relieving convulsion. Succinum is used in the treatment of palpitation, amnesia, dreaminess, insomnia, etc. …
Alleviating water retention and relieving stranguria (difficult urination). Succinum is applied to the urinary disorders such as stranguria complicated by hematuria (blood in the urine), particularly when caused by pathogenic heat. …
Promoting blood circulation to remove blood stasis. Succinum is used in the treatment of amenorrhea and abdominal mass caused by blood stasis and stagnation of vital energy. Amber is also recommended for lower abdominal pains affecting the genitalia, such as pain of the testes, prostate, uterus, or vulvar region. …
Amber “frees the orifices” which is designation for treating conditions such as atherosclerotic blockage of the arteries and blood clots that can cause angina, heart attack, and stroke. …
Other internal uses: Amber is used as an ingredient in tonic formulas, it is used as an anti-aging formulation and a treatment to aid recovery for cancer patients after undergoing standard medical therapies. …
Succinum is used in treating stomach ache. …
Topical applications: Astringing ulcers and promoting tissue regeneration. Used externally, it is efficacious in the treatment of ulcers, boils, swellings. Amber Arts
Russia is a major source of Baltic Amber. And their experience with it over the centuries has added to the knowledge base. And the continue to do research. And here is information that comes out of Russia.
The micronization of amber improves its assimilation by the stress-weakened organism of contemporary mankind. The unfavorable environmental conditions prevailing today block the natural flow of energy-related processes in cells.
This is confirmed by research carried out by a Kaliningrad-based doctor, Nikolai Moshkov (2002). He obtained fast and fully effective therapeutic results by rubbing very fine powder form pure energizing amber into the ill places (head, spine, thyroid gland, chest, limbs).
One may get the most visible results by applying amber powder to the skin on the face. See Amber Powder
Amber oil is another universal medicine recognized as very effective, especially for all rheumatic diseases. Amber oil permeates the skin very fast, penetrating deep into the tissue and exerting a positive influence leading to the introduction of the majority of negative ions. It improves blood circulation and eases muscle pains.
Following the influence of Oriental medicine, amber is used for massage. In this case its considerable bactericidal and electrostatic properties play the most beneficial role.
And amber oil shows something else that is quite remarkable.
Of particular value are pharmaceuticals preventing the aging of human cells, which use succinic acid as an inhibitor and anti oxidant. Therefore, the acid may be called a scientifically described, modern elixir of youth. Russian Medical Advances Show Unprecedented Anti-Aging
Succinic acid, acquired by dry distillation in the form of crystals, easily dissolves in warm water and may be used as a food additive. Succinates are very effective after long-lasting illnesses and severe injuries. They make it possible for a patient to regain immunity to disease as well as intellectual fitness and the ability to concentrate. It reduces red inflamed cheeks and stimulates the thyroid glands to reduce drooling. Amber is associated with sunlight and warmth and reputed to boost the immune system, reduce inflammation, accelerates the healing of wounds, reduce inflammation of the throat, ear and stomach infections and respiratory disease. The Russians promote succinic acid as an important anti-alcohol medicine reducing the desire for alcohol. What is even more interesting, it quickly eliminates the effects of excessive alcohol consumption. A 0.1 gram pill brings back the ability to work within a quarter of an hour.
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Amber is used in many forms for therapeutic purposes. You may review them at Amber Cures.
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