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 Amber Gemstone meaning

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PostSubject: Amber Gemstone meaning   Thu May 10, 2012 11:18 pm

Amber Gemstone meaning
Amber is technically not a gemstone or mineral, but a fossilized sap from prehistoric trees that has aged over the course of millions of years. Amber is usually thought of as yellow golden in hue, but amber also can be found in shades of milky white, red-orange, green, black and even (very rarely) violet.

Early physicians prescribed amber for headaches, heart problems, arthritis and a variety of other ailments. In ancient times, amber was carried by travellers for protection. To early Christians, amber signified the presence of the Lord.

In the Far East, amber is the symbol of courage; Asian cultures regard amber as the 'soul of the tiger'; Egyptians placed a piece of amber in the casket of a loved one to ensure the body would forever remain whole.

Amber energy properties
Brings a care free, sunny disposition
Promotes good luck and success
Dissolves oppositions
Healers use it for:

stomach, spleen and kidney complaints
joint problems
teething pain in babies
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PostSubject: Re: Amber Gemstone meaning   Thu May 10, 2012 11:18 pm


golden honey yellow


Non Traditional:

Leo, Aquarius, Pisces, Cancer, Scorpio

Love, Healing, Protection, Power, Luck


Third - Solar Plexus

Anniversary Stone:

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PostSubject: Re: Amber Gemstone meaning   Tue Sep 25, 2012 1:50 am

Amber. Technically a fossil and not a stone, amber is made from fossilized tree sap. Most often a translucent golden orange color, amber often contains insects, flowers and seeds that fell into the tree sap as it was hardening. According to crystal healers, amber heals the body through detoxification, and may be beneficial to those who are trying to overcome a drug or alcohol addiction. Good for overall health, amber is thought to help relieve stress and specifically help those who are suffering from fibromyalgia. In traditional Chinese medicine, amber is ground into a powder and taken with a glass of water. In this practice, amber may be given to help epileptic children, to promote sleep, heal urinary disorders, alleviate water retention and promote blood circulation. Chakras are the invisible energy centers of the body. Traditional Chinese medicine teaches that when energy is not flowing properly through these channels that a condition of discomfort or disease can set in. When amber is placed upon the area surrounding the chakras, it is believed that it has the ability to draw negative energy from the area to promote healing.


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