Amber also: Jantar. Sucinum, sometimes also an electron from Gr. ἤλεκτρον-Electron) is a fossil resin of coniferous trees, and in rarer cases the feeding of deciduous trees from a group of Bobowców.
About 60 varieties (species) are Known. The Oldest of them came from the works of Dewański (found in Canada); The youngest, not counted essentially as Amber, are found in South America, Africa, Australia and New Zealand (Kopal).
The Richest known deposits of amber, estimated at 90% of the entire world resources, are located in the Kaliningrad Oblast (Russia)
The Name "Amber" comes from the German Bernstein (the Stone that burns). It has been Known for a long time under various names:
• Succinct – A geological name, derived from Succinum – juice, wood resin;
• The Greeks called this Stone Electron (ηλεκτρον), which means glowing and shiny;
• The Romans called the Amber Lyncurium, or the urine of lynx, for the legend of the Golden Stone was formed from the fossils of this predator;
• Succinum is the Latin name of Amber used in pharmacy. It Was created from Łac. Succus – Juice;
• The Egyptians called Amber Sokal;
• Arabs Anbar, because the smell of the rub amber was associated with the smell of Ambry;
• The Persians called the Kareba Stone – the golden Robber;
• The Slavic name Jantar was taken over from Lithuanians, and this from the Phoenician name Jainitar – Marine resin.
• Baltic Amber
• Aikait – A variety of amber found in Hungary and France
• Dominican Amber – A variety of succamines found in tertiary settlements in the Dominican Republic on the island of Haiti
• Japanese Amber – a variety of succos extracted in the northern part of the island of Honshu (Japan), on the shores of the Pacific Ocean
• Lebanese Amber – a variety found in chalk sedans in the Middle East in Lebanon
• Mexican amber, found in tertiary deposits (upper-Miocene) in Mexico.
• Tajmyrsky Amber
• Retynit – A variant characterised by succinic acid content below 3%, which differs from that of succinite. All non-sukcynite amber are varieties of the reticate.
• Rumenite – a variety in Romania
• Simetite – characterized by a distinct opalescence), encountered in Italy
• Walchowit – completely opaque, beige colour; Occurs in Moravia
• KRANCYT – a variety in Saxony
Amber is used for a fresh orange tincture, which has the already famous healing properties, helps with rheumatism, sciatic, flu or pneumonia. Can even subtract cerebral fever. Internally Applied Max 3 drops per glass of water (once a day) strengthens the whole organism and treats the heart.
In Magic, Amber is used primarily for blessings, breaking spells, removing curses, and returning demons. It Cleanses the places and objects by adding it to incense, worn helps to overcome depression and anger and also treats the thyroid gland, good people brings friends and love, as well as money.