Amber is a protective stone for children and may be worn as a necklace, bracelet, sewn into an infant’s garment or placed in their environment to ward off negative energies and shield them from harm.
Wear or carry when recovering from illness or injury to increase vitality and draw on one’s own essential strength and desire for wellness.
A symbol of beauty and tenderness, a good-luck talisman for increasing natural radiance and attracting lasting love.
May be used to call in a twin soul, or for protection against negative outside influences and interference.
A rubbing stone for discharging negative moods, relieving anxiety, or deflecting energy from others.
Copal Amber is an aromatic resin from the copal tree Protium copal. It was used by the pre-Columbian Mesoamerican cultures as a ceremonial incense.
This form of Amber isn’t as old as the more traditional amber used in jewelry and carving. These specimens date back between 50 and 1.6 million years ago. A fairly wide range, but the darker of these specimens (which are featured in our tumbles) are older and hence more desirable specimens.
For more traditional amber, check out our dominican amber or zebra amber tumbles.