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A transparent yellow or redish fossilized resin that was exuded by coniferous trees.
Amber gives a soothing, light energy that is both calming and energizing at the same time.
Amber can help manifest desires
Amber heighten intellectual abilities, clarity of thought, and wisdom.
Amber is said to cleanse its environment by drawing out negativity, and is said to relieve physical pain the same way.
Amber brings the energies of patience, protection, psychic shielding, romantic love, sensuality, purification, balance, healing and calmness to those who wear or carry it.
Amber is considered a good luck charm for marriage.
Amber is excellent for inner child work and past life work.
Amber is associated with the solar plexus chakra and sometimes the sacral chakra.
Amber is beneficial for purifying the body, headaches, bone problems, heart problems, circulation, ears, hearing problems, endocrine system, fibromyalgia, intestinal/digestive disorders, kidney, bladder, lungs, and general healing purposes.
Middle English ambre, from Old French, from Medieval Latin ambra, ambar, from Arabic ‘anbar, ambergris, amber.
Origin of the word Amber at Etymonline.com
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