Massage with amber
Energizing massage with hot, powdered amber

Peeling massage with hot, powdered amber

Amber is a natural resin, known as the gold of the north. Its' fascinating properties were appreciated by the ancient Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, Arabs, Persians and Chinese. The Slavs were calling it jantar(eng: yantar).

The popularity of amber is the result of its' unusual properties - but full composition is still a mystery, as amber effectively resists most solvents, preventing complete dissolution. This is why spectrometry or electron microscopy are used to study its' microcomponents.

Complex, mysterious composition of amber

Amber is a resin of plant origin, and contains a variety of organic compounds. Its' exact composition depends on the location of mining, but scientific exploration has determined the main components, such as: silicon, aluminum, magnesium, calcium, titanium, manganese, iron, nickel, vanadium, chromium, silver, copper, tin, lead. It also contains volatile substances and resin acids - including succinic acid.

In the Middle Ages, it was considered one of the 6 medicines with very high therapeutic efficacy. Especially raw, it has a very beneficial effect on human health.
Amber is called the stone of life.

Extraordinary therapeutic effect of amber

Unpolished amber has antibacterial and anti-toxic properties. It accelerates the healing of wounds, regulates the functioning of kidneys and intestines. As a biostimulant, it also stimulates the nervous system, supports the body in fighting diseases, and accelerates its' regeneration.

Amber has energetic and electrostatic properties. The only warm "stone" - it produces body-friendly negative ions, which neutralize positive charges associated with disease and stress. It helps neutralize free radicals - a detrimental side effect of metabolism - and inhibits their production.

Natural amber in massage

Natural, raw, crushed amber can be used for massage therapy. When crushed into powder, it releases natural resins and free electrons - this increases the oxygenation of the brain and blood in the body, causing an improvement in energy levels and better focus.

Skin regeneration with powdered amber

It is usually the condition of the skin that first betrays the lack of vital energy. Flabby, graying, inflexible skin is one of the signs of aging. Massaging with powdered amber regenerates tired skin and stimulates the body's metabolism.

Natural succinic acid secreted during amber massage has a stimulating effect, increases the efficiency of the nervous system and balances kidneys and intestines. Stress is reduced and the body becomes rejuvenated.

Indications for amber massage:

  • Support in rheumatic conditions,
  • Relaxing the muscles around the joints,
  • Improving circulation and blood supply to the skin,
  • Rheumatic fever/arthritis, muscle pain, neuralgia,
  • Mature, dry, tired skin,
  • Rough, graying skin with wrinkles, stains and imperfections,
  • Skin in need of intensive regeneration, revitalization and energy supply.

Contraindications for amber massage:

  • Pregnancy and menstruation,
  • No medical recommendation,
  • Skin lesions (disseminated and purulent),
  • Tumors (oncological lymphatic massage),
  • Bleeding, hemorrhages or the possibility of their occurrence,
  • Hemophilia, varicose veins, atherosclerosis,
  • Hemorrhagic diathesis,
  • Hypertension,
  • Any inflammatory conditions (rheumatoid arthritis during disease exacerbation),
  • Bacterial, viral and parasitic diseases,
  • Subfebrile and febrile conditions.

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