Amber teething necklace safety
Baby amber beads are made for wearing, not for chewing! Amber can give a crack and break under too much pressure.
Baby amber beads must be removed at bedtime, and if the baby is left unattended! (Also at night necklace can be wrapped around the ankle, or special baby anklet can be used).
Please use caution and supervise your child while wearing teething necklace.
Baby teething necklaces have been developed specifically for children and they must meet certain safety requirements.
First of all, the strong cotton thread is used as a base for necklace manufacture, it can endure wear and tear of everyday use, so the necklace can be worn since childhood until early teens.
Second, when stringing necklaces a knot is made between each bead, so if the thread is worn or torn, only one bead will fall out, and all other beads remain attached.
Third, important point, amber beads used in manufacture of teething necklaces are small, so in unlikely event if child swallows amber bead, it won't lead to suffocation.
Fourth point that you should pay attention to is the clasp. In baby necklaces instead of the usual clasps used special clasps from amber plastic with a plastic screw mechanism. Barrel screw clasps consist of two round threaded cylinders where one end screws into the other end by twisting them around several times. They provide greater security than magnetic or hook type clasps.
The active ingredient in Baltic amber is succinic acid. It was carefully studied by European scholars of the XVIII century. They have shown a positive effect of succinic acid, and that there is no risk of accumulation of excessive amounts of succinic acid in the body. Modern research also confirms this fact - succinic acid is a biostimulant and has multilateral influence on the human body. It stimulates the nervous system, strengthens the heart, improves the respiratory system, kidneys, intestines, increases hemoglobin levels in anemia, is used as the Antistress, anti-inflammatory, antitoxic agent and normalizes the balance of acids.
Succinic acid has a natural origin and is completely harmless.