Amber is a naturally occurring fossilized resin that has been used for centuries by many cultures. It is made up of complex hydrocarbons and is usually yellow to brown in color, though it can occasionally be seen with other hues including blue, green, and red when exposed to UV light or heat.

Amber is an organic gemstone, forming from the hardened resin of ancient pine trees. The hardening process of Amber is known as polymerization, which fossilizes the resin over many centuries and makes it hard and sturdy. Amber is mined in various regions around the world, including the Baltic and North Seas and the Dominican Republic.

Amber has been used for jewelry and decorative objects since ancient times. It has also been used as a healing agent in folk medicine. Amber is believed to have a calming effect on the mind and body, promoting balance and harmony. It is also said to help alleviate stress and anxiety.