Copper is essential for the function of a number of antioxidant enzymes. It is also involved in vitamin C metabolism and the synthesis of collagen, a structural protein in bones and joints.
In 1954, Dr. Linus Pauling, received a Nobel Prize for his discovery of the magnetic properties of hemoglobin. Pauling found that iron, and many electrolytic salts in our blood, circulate bio-magnetically. Therefore, the proximity of a magnetic field may result in an acceleration of circulation and the transfer of energy to all areas of the body.
Chinese doctors have known for millennia that a magnetic field, when next to the body, could markedly increase the wearers vital life force, known as Chi. The observed benefits were found to increase with the magnets proximity to acupressure points. We position the magnets in our bracelets to cover the two important acupuncture points of the wrist.
Modern science confirms what people around the world have known for hundreds of years. Copper is an essential nutrient, playing a vital role in keeping bones, skin, brain, blood vessels and immune system strong and healthy. Copper also has anti-bacterial properties useful in slowing the spread of illnesses. Because copper can be absorbed through the skin, wearing copper jewelry has become a simple, popular way to reap the benefits of this lovely metal.
- Improves circulation. The magnets in the bracelet can draw more blood to the arm and wrist because of the iron in your blood. Circulation plays an important part in both keeping the body healthy and healing it from injuries.
- The anti-inflammatory properties of copper reduce pain associated with conditions such as arthritis
- Wearing copper accessories is believed to emanate the required healing energies within the body. Worn on the wrist as a bracelet or on the finger as a ring, wearers have reported a marked improvement in their condition.