Discovering the Magic of Amber: An Introduction to the Amber Gemstone

Amber is the fossilized resin of a pine species. Today, it is a semi-transparent and easily breakable fossil in various colors ranging from light yellow to red, which is used in ornaments and jewelry making. It is a stone that can gain the ability to pull small objects into a place when it is buried.

The most common destinations are the Baltic Sea, Burma, Lebanon, Sicily, Mexico, Romania, Canada, Dominican Republic, Poland, and the Atlantic. The baltic amber from the Baltic Sea (Poland) has been adopted as one of the most popular stones from women's ornamentals for centuries. It is not possible to compare it with any translucent stone in terms of brightness and color. Fossilized insects adhering to enchantment, overgrowth of wild plants, important features not seen in other stones, and those with insect yard plant fossils are considered to be more valuable.

Amber, especially when heated, has electrical and magnetic properties revealed.

Amber, which used to be famous for its reputation and a lot of usages, is not used for this purpose today. In the past, purified amber oil has been used in hryvnia and pertussis. At the same time, since the early ages, fragrance has been used in perfume manufacturing.

Amber, which is widely used in Anatolia, is also used in ink production. It is also known as Amber and is often used in jewelry making.

The most important feature of true amber is that it smells of pine when it is burned. Imitation is made of amber, plastic, glass, and synthetic pine gum. It creates mixed itching on the part where the body touches.

Amber acid in amber content is naturally worth antibiotics. For this reason, 2. It has been used as a healing stone since the century. It is recommended to use everyone especially to strengthen immunity.