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Baltic Amber Teething & Pain Necklace in 'Harper' - Down Syndrome Support

Amber is a wonderful pain-reliever and anti-inflammatory for teething and all types of pain. Read about it in our blog post. This design also helps with fatigue, heart issues, communication, sleep, and other symptoms often associated with Down syndrome.

We will be donating 30% of the retail price to GiGi's Playhouse, in honor of Harper Love Halsell (pictured), and others diagnosed with Down syndrome. 

Harper Love lives with her Mom, Dad, 2 brothers and sister in Phoenix, Arizona. She has Down Syndrome and a congenital heart defect that will require open heart surgery in her first year of life. Harper is meant to do big things in this world and her family will always support her in doing so!

GiGi’s Playhouse is a one-of-a-kind achievement center for individuals with Down syndrome, their families, and the community—providing free therapeutic and educational programs that advance literacy, math skills, motor skills and more.

Made with raw honey baltic amber, blue lace agate, pink tourmaline, rose quartz, and rhodochrosite.  Necklaces are strung on sherbert string. Each order comes with a MacRae Naturals linen pouch for safe keeping.

For safety, sizing, and care info, click here.

Because of the natural nature of our jewelry, colors, shapes, and sizes of beads may vary. To learn more about baltic amber, sizing recommendations, and more, visit our FAQ page.

WARNING: Each necklace has a safety screw clasp and knots between each bead to prevent scattering if the string breaks. As an additional safety feature, each youth necklace is designed to stretch and break with 12 lbs of pressure. All children should be supervised at all times when wearing their jewelry. Jewelry should be removed from the neck while sleeping. MacRae Naturals is not responsible for injury, damages, or death from improper use of the jewelry.

Disclaimer: We are not doctors and cannot give out medical advice. Crystals should be used in combination with other therapies and should not replace regular medical care. 

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