Aboriginals are believed to be the first to have discovered that they could put hazelwood chips on their babies’ necks to soothe teething pains. In the late eighties, a few families in Quebec rediscovered the theoretical properties of hazelwood. Up until not long ago, hazelwood jewellery is still mainly limited to Quebec and Canada.
What are the benefits of using hazelwood?
Hazelwood has medicinal properties within the wood that helps to neutralize your body’s acidity levels. It provides relief from many health conditions including ear infections, sinus infections, skin problems (psoriasis, eczema, rashes), headaches and migraines etc.
Amber and semi-precious gemstone jewellery
To identify the gemstones in your jewellery, here are some of the semi-precious gems (and their colours) that we use:
»Cherry, honey, cognac, butterscotch, lemon – Amber
»Dark blue – Lapis Lazuli
»Light pink – Rose quartz or Agate
»Dark pink – Agate
»Green – Malachite
»White – Moonstone, Opal or Crystal
»Orange – Carnelian or Citrine
»Purple – Amethyst
»Turquoise – Turquoise
Red – Coral
White – Pearl
Black/Red – Lava
Protecting and maintaining good health is of utmost importance. There is confidence that these natural resources have significant healing qualities. They are a great source to beautiful and more natural healing, the chemical and drug-free way to feeling better!