White Baltic Amber accounts for about two per cent of the world’s supply. Usually, this amber is distinguished by its variety of textures and “natural ornamentation”. The volatile materials of resins evaporated very intensively in the sun heat and resin obtained the form of a foam. In one square millimetre of white amber, there could be about 1 million micro-bubbles 0.001-0.0008 mm. in diameter. In ancient times white Amber was used to produc expensive medicine. They were used to treat heart ailments.