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Amber info - Baltic Amber origin

About amber - Amber has been started to be used in the Paleolithic Age.

 
PRLog - Oct. 19, 2011 - Amber has been started to be used in the Paleolithic Age. Chaste looking necklaces and bracelets had been passed from generation to generation as a great value in Balts families.  The Northern gold had travelled to Roman Empire, Near East, remote China and Japan, where amazing succinic acid features were admired by local doctors (ancient Greeks also knew amber – “sun stone”). For centuries a healing power has been assigned to amber. During ancient times amber, especially succinic acid, has already been used in pharmacology.

Now, when it is slowly, but surely being returned to eco-friendly organic, natural materials in cosmetology and medicine, the popularity of amber and its components in production of drugs, food additives, cosmetics, increases.


Amber origin

Amber has formed, when resins of conifers congealed. Usually it contains 79 percent of coal, 10.5 percent of oxygen and 10.5 percent of hydrogen atoms. If you know chemistry, you should understand that it is an organic material. Sometimes there can be so called inclusions in amber - wildlife exponents, most often insects, which once stuck in resins of conifers and in exchange of life received the immortality of body for ages. About 86 percent of inclusions is insects, about 12 percent- spiders, 1,5 percent – other animals, 0,5 percent – plants.

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