I have never known Hazelwood had any health benefits until I discovered Pure Hazelwood then I found out Hazelwood helps with pimples, ulcers, digestive disorders including acid reflux, eczema, joint pain, psoriasis, teething pain and more. Pure Hazelwood sent me some jewelry to review which you can get for ages 0-100 yes, even babies can wear these and help with teething. I chose the Labradorite Hazelwood Necklace with Black Diamond Gemstone with an 18” chain a lobster clasp and Made with 100 % natural hazelwood from the Canadian boreal forest and genuine labradorite beads, Hazelwood is rich in polyphenols and has antioxidant, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects. Hazelwood Necklace with Mauve European Charm which again is 18” and has a lobster clasp and lastly Limited Edition Birthstone September Hazelwood Double Bracelet 7” long .
My Opinion: I just put the bracelet on as I was experiencing some acid reflux and it went away just like that, I am astounded at how fast it worked and amazed at the same time it does fit snugly so I suggest taking a measurement of your necklaces and bracelets before you order. The necklaces are also very snug for me and fit tighter than I like but all the jewelry are very beautiful.
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Pure Hazelwood also has gift sets and skin care including zinc ointment.
About Them: Pure Hazelwood is a Quebec company which started from the desperate need of caring parents. Indeed, after the birth of our first child in 1997, we received a gift: an Aboriginal baby necklace made of 4 small wooden pieces on a string, said to help ease teething. skeptical, my husband Patrick said: “Come on Genevieve! As if little pieces of wood will stop her from crying!” I said: “We have nothing to lose, we'll try; Sarah-Maude wakes up every two hours during the night because her teething hurts her so much.” The results were amazing; the difference was like night and day. Sarah-Maude was not crying anymore, her little cheeks were no longer red, and she slept through the night. Around three months later, she started crying again, and I immediately understood that her necklace was no longer working. So we decided to get another one, but it was very difficult to find. Since Patrick had studied in forestry, he could identify hazel wood. I decided to make my own necklaces for my family and friends.
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