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The very first jewelry on the wrist was used as a talisman, protecting from evil spirits. Copper jewelry has been fashioned and worn by Ancient Egyptians and Native Americans since the beginning of time. And that is understandable considering the metal has a very unusual, peerless color. It resembles the glare of fire and the blazing heat of autumn foliage. Copper jewelry has a special magic - ancient, deep, mystical. At the same time, the copper bracelet is quite harmoniously combined with a wardrobe in casual style as well as with other jewelry pieces. Wear it alone or stack it together with other bangles for a glamorous look.
Copper is a very unusual and truly unique metal. But is it true that copper bracelets are effective to relieve arthritis joint pain? Many wearers say yes. Furthermore, copper bracelets are known for increasing cardiovascular health, boosting the immune system and even anti-aging effects.
The main benefits of wearing a copper bracelet:
1. Joint stiffness and joint pain
Thousands of people have felt relief and relaxation from joint problems, especially those with joint stiffness. Conditions such as osteoarthritis are chronic in nature, and this applies to rheumatoid arthritis as well. Wearing copper accessories is believed to emanate the required healing energies within the body. Worn on the wrist as a bracelet, wearers have reported a marked improvement in their condition. The anti-inflammatory properties of copper reduce pain associated with arthritis. This fact has been advocated by the Gale Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine.
2. Mineral absorption
A pure copper bracelet has micro minerals such as iron and zinc. When they combine with the sweat on the skin, they are absorbed into the bloodstream in appropriate quantities. This gives rise to mineral supplementation, a fact confirmed by Scientia Press researchers. Those who are anemic or have problems with iron and zinc deficiency can consider this simple and effective alternative treatment methodology.
3. Benefiting cardiovascular system
The deficiency of copper and its properties may cause aortic aneurysms. Studies show that lack of copper can cause an imbalance in the body which leads to increased blood cholesterol levels. The cumulative effects of this are damage to the heart and arteries. Copper is known to cross-link fibers, collagen, and elastin to be specific, and without this cross-linking, the onset of aortic aneurysms is rapid. Considering that elastin fibers encapsulate major portions of the aorta and surrounding regions, copper is a bare necessity to ensure that these fibers remain intact.
4. Improving the immune system
Copper, when worn on the wrist or finger, gets absorbed in very small and negligible quantities into the bloodstream. This process creates a physiological balance in the body. Copper can negate the toxic effects of several other high-toxicity metals in the body. These apart, copper triggers a response from the enzymes that help the body create hemoglobin.
Copper possesses anti-oxidant properties which prevent free ions and radicals from raising the toxicity within the body. By improving the density of collagen and elastic fibers, copper slows the aging process – not just on the outside, in the inside as well. Don’t just look younger, but also feel young and energetic.
Metal type: copper
Magnet strength: 3500 Gauss