One Mom’s Story

Hazelwood and Teething

Barbara Campbell from Hamilton, ON is a mother of 7 months old twins who had a rough time when their first teeth came out. “I was very skeptical at first, but with two babies in teething pain I felt like I’ve tried everything else and had nothing to lose. After just a few days, the drooling was less intense and we could finally get some peaceful sleep! Since then, my husband wears the necklace at all times and he says it works miracles for his heartburn.”

WHEN NATURE INSPIRES SCIENCE…

History seems to be repeating itself when it comes to hazel wood. The First Nations used small hazel twigs to relieve various ailments such as intestinal disorders. They even crafted necklaces to ease their babies’ teething pain. Today, thanks to scientific research and development, we can better understand the hazel wood properties. Studies have demonstrated that the hazel wood is rich in polyphenols known for their antioxidant, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects.

HAZELWOOD HEALTH BENEFITS

Over the years, the demand for the products kept growing for the whole family. For many, the hazelwood necklaces and bracelets have become an easy and natural way to relieve discomfort caused by digestive disorders, joint pain, skin problems and more.

According to the research results and the clients’ testimonials, it is recommended to wear the hazel wood in contact with the skin and to replace the product every three to six months. If you are looking for a natural anti-inflammatory, hazelwood products might just be the solution!

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