Wearing hazelwood close to the skin has long been believed to treat acidosis, and to neutralize acidity in the body.
History - Hazelwood jewellery originated long ago when Aboriginal people discovered that they could put hazelwood chips on their babies’ necks to soothe teething pains and skin irritations. This lost art was revived only a decade ago when a few companies in Quebec (where the hazelwood trees grow indigenously) rediscovered the unique properties of hazelwood. Since then hazelwood has grown in popularity as more and more people have experienced its benefits.
Benefits of Hazelwood - Most notably, Hazelwood is reputed for helping many people with skin issues such as eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis and hives, providing a natural alternative to many of the more expensive, intensive, and messy treatments. It has also been reported to assist with digestion, constipation, migraines, acid reflux, heart…
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