Simojovel Amber Pendant Necklace Cognac 8.1 g with Silver
WHAT IS AMBER:
All amber is fossilized tree resin. Amber is between 30-90 million years old. Amber in particular additionally contains a substance called succinic acid. When worn on the skin, body heat causes the amber to release an oil containing succinic acid, which when absorbed into the skin, works like a natural Ibuprofen, blocking pain and reducing inflammation. Note that succinic acid is an alkalinizing acid so it won't add to your body's acidity, and may actually slightly lower it. It is not copal, artificial, plastic, and synthetic, reconstituted or substitute for amber.
WHAT CAN AMBER HELP WITH?
Pain Relief: Amber contains analgesic properties and helps take the edge off of many types of discomfort associated with dental issues, headaches, joint pain, etc. It is a well known European method to help decrease the pain associated with teething. Strengthening the body's immune system. In many different and subtle ways, succinic acid helps boost the body's own natural healing ability and immune system.
Inflammation: Where chronic inflammation is present, disease lurks. When the body’s cells are chronically inflamed the human body’s immune system response is to increase production of free radicals. Chronic overproduction of free radicals results in inflammatory-related disease. Chronic inflammation can be the common denominator of many seemingly unrelated diseases. Restoring
Energy: The human body naturally produces succinic acid. The salt of succinic acid (succinate) is one of the most active substances in the processes of cellular respiration and intercellular energy creation. Succinic acid restores oxygen and energy supply to depleted cells and helps the body return to a normal, functioning state.
HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR AMBER JEWELRY
Because amber is soft and can be brittle, it’s important to be careful that it not come in contact with chemicals. Your amber should not be stored with other jewelry where it can rub against other pieces, especially metals. Be sure to keep perfume, hairspray, and soaps like shampoo and conditioner away from your amber, and never place your jewelry in commercial cleaning solutions. Remove your amber jewelry when bathing. Also remove when applying sunscreen. To clean your amber, use a soft flannel cloth or an unused toothbrush dampened with clean lukewarm water. Dry in the sun or with a clean tissue or towel.
AMBER,THE MEXICAN GEMSTONE
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There is a small site around the small town of Simojovel, in Chiapas, where an amber with precious characteristics is extracted: Mexican amber. As we all know very well, amber is a precious stone of plant origin, and therefore belongs to the group of organic precious stones, as do pearls or corals, among others. But how did amber form? It is simple to explain: more than 25 million years ago, resin sprouted from the bark and trunks of trees, forming irregular drops and masses in the form of molasses, which was nothing more than a defense against any type of pest.
Internationally, only about 20 deposits of this fossil resin have been counted and Mexico has one of the most important deposits in the world in Chiapas. Amber is a fossil resin of great transparency and luster, whose only known deposits in Mesoamerica are located in the northern and central highlands of Chiapas.
The name "Amber from Chiapas" is applied to the semi-precious stone of plant origin, and to products derived from it, such as jewelry, art, and religious objects, among others.
Amber from Chiapas, Mexico is the oldest known Amber from the Americas and has been collected for thousands of years by local peoples. The quality of Mexican Amber is comparable to that of Dominican and does not craze. It began to receive attention in the 1950s due to Mayan archaeologist Frans Blom.
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Simojovel Amber Gems
Is real Simojovel amber expensive?
Amber is not actually a tree sap; it is from the resin of a tree. Tree resin is beneath the bark, used by the tree for protection from insects, animals, or breakage. ... A lot of Simojovel ambers are becoming rare, which makes it more expensive. Please be careful and considerate when purchasing!
How can you tell if Simojovel Amber is real?
The Scratch Test - Real Simojovel Amber has a hardness of 5 - 6 on the Moh's scale so it should be easily scratched by metal. As mentioned above, glass won't scratch. This WILL hurt your amber (if it's real) so attempt to scratch in an unnoticeable area (kind of hard to do on an already small bead).
How much is Simojovel Amber worth?
$13-15 per gram. Smaller beads cost a bit less and larger ones more. Clear Amber is more valuable than pieces that look cloudy or opaque. Simojovel Amber is unique among gems for its ability to contain other once-living things within it.
Does real amber float?
Real Simojovel amber is buoyant and it doesn't sink like a stone in saltwater. You must first remove the amber from its setting (hence the damaging), dissolver 2 tablespoons of salt in 200ml of water, and drop your amber into the solutions. If it sinks like a stone, it is not amber, but if it slowly sinks, it is probably amber.
What is amber jewelry?
Amber is a fossilized tree resin, which has been appreciated for its color and natural beauty since Neolithic times. Much valued from antiquity to the present as a gemstone, amber is made into a variety of decorative objects. Amber is used in jewelry. It has also been used as a healing agent in folk medicine.
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