Made from solid copper and magnets, this bracelet is 18cm and is easily adjustable to fit between a 17cm and 19cm wrist. (Permanent Neodymium magnets N48 grade, 6 X 3000).
Please note if you require a smaller or larger copper bracelet, these can be specifically ordered in from the Nita Henry New Zealand designed copper bracelet range.
Copper is popularly used because of its healing and anti-inflammatory properties. The oxidation process that turns your skin green when you wear copper jewellery causes enzymes to absorb into your skin and enter your bloodstream. Our bodies naturally contain between 1.4 and 2.1mg of copper per Kg of body weight. If this level drops lower, your body then has a copper deficiency which causes imbalance within your body.
Copper is an essential mineral for bone and skin formation and repair. It's ability to relieve pain and stiffness in the joints is well documented, as well as assistance in combating fatigue and restlessness.
Copper has been used for over 4000 years as an immune booster, it has been used to purify water and heal wounds, this is because copper is known to kill and inhibit the growth of bacteria and other micro organisms.
In the Ayurvedic medicinal tradition, copper is a powerful element. Copper vessels are used for sterilizing drinking water, and copper jewellery is worn on the skin to transfer trace minerals of copper, zinc, and iron. Copper bracelets are recommended for joint inflammation and pain, skin ailments, headaches, epilepsy, and lung disorders.
A copper deficiency has many major negative health impacts, below is a list of some of the important risks of copper deficiency:
- Increased risk of heart disease
- Increased cholesterol
- Increased blood pressure
- Increased inflammation
- Fatty liver disease
- Hepatic Iron overload
- Alzheimer's disease
Magnetism works by attracting iron in the blood, increasing circulation and assisting in pain and stress relief. It also works to maintain good health restoring a more restful sleep pattern and increasing energy levels.
Medical experts have found that magnetic bracelets stimulate the body’s own blood pressure and microcirculation regulation mechanism by continuously stimulating the meridians of the wrists and shoulders and neck. This helps in the prevention of hypertension and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.
Copper magnetic jewellery can promote blood circulation in the human body, regulate the endocrine system, increase the internal circulation dynamics and provide an auxiliary treatment effect for back pain, limb numbness, dizziness, insomnia and specifically helps with arthritic pain.
Wear your bracelet on the wrist that contains the pressure points you would like to affect. If you are experiencing back pain for example wear the bracelet on your left wrist, because the acupressure points for the spine are nearby. If you are suffering from gastrointestinal problems you would want to wear your bracelet on your right wrist.
Remove your bracelet when showering, bathing or engaging in any activity that would cause it to be submerged. This protects your bracelet from damage or soap-scum buildup.
If you are pregnant, wearing a pacemaker or insulin pump, it is not recommended to wear magnetic jewellery.