Amber Baby Bracelet

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Amber Baby Bracelet

Once an infant starts cutting teeth, it can be a painful process for infants and parents alike with remedies including everything from clean, wet washrags to pain relief pills. One of the oldest methods available is an amber teething bracelet, which the infant wears around their wrist helps relieve the pain associated with teething.

Amber Teething Bracelets are designed and made for babies. All they have to do is wear it on their skin, to diminish the pain and discomfort caused by teething.
Wearing amber is a traditional European remedy for teething. Amber teething bracelets are made to be worn by teething children to provide them with natural pain relief from teething symptoms, they are ideal for both boys and girls to wear. 

Amber is a natural analgesic and when worn on the skin, it releases healing oils that helps babies and young children to stay calm and more relaxed thoughout teething. Amber necklaces are a great natural remedy and can eliminate the need for over the counter drugs. 

Are Amber Teething Bracelets Safe?

Just like any bracelet, there is the possibility that it may break if enough force is used, however makers of this teething bracelet have done their best to ensure their products are as safe as possible, and it is unlikely your baby will have the strength to break it themselves. These amber teething bracelets are made so that the bracelet is knotted either side of each bead – so if the bracelet does happen to break, only one of the very small beads will fall off. Even if the bead is swallowed, amber is non-toxic. Europeans started using amber in traditional medicine long ago.

Also, clasps on these amber teething bracelets consist of a screw clasp for added safety. Because the beads are supposed to sit on the skin and not be chewed, the bracelet length is usually short – so they don’t hang down like usual bracelets, which would make them easy to catch on things. Most younger babies don’t even realise its on or go to grab it.