You may have heard about the healing properties of copper. Wearing copper has been a popular way to improve health since ancient times. Those deficient in copper can benefit from wearing copper jewelry, since trace amounts can be absorbed through the skin. Jewelry is a perfect way of taking in the small amount of the mineral needed without overwhelming the body. Copper bracelets, rings, necklaces, and earrings deliver multiple benefits. Keep reading to find out how copper can help you…
Ease joint stiffness & pain
Copper bracelets have been renowned for reducing joint pain and stiffness associated with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. Some doctors are skeptical but wearers of copper swear by the metal for extra freedom and flexibility in their joints. Although worn on the wrist, researchers report the bracelets are beneficial to stiff joints throughout the entire body. Even in studies, patients wearing real copper bracelets reported feeling remarkably better than those wearing a placebo bracelet.
Healthier immune system
When worn, copper is absorbed directly into the bloodstream in small doses, helping to balance the levels of zinc to copper in the body. Once in the bloodstream, copper connects with enzymes that are used to aid in the creation of hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is necessary for the body to repair and heal itself, and helps the immune system work to its full potential.
Lower blood pressure
Combined with a healthy diet and exercise, wearing copper has been proven to help your heart. Since a copper deficiency can lead to high blood pressure, which is detrimental to your health, wearing a copper bracelet can help lower your blood pressure.
Bonus: copper makes you look fabulous!
Copper is such a fun metal to wear and it looks great on every skin tone! We always use the highest quality copper in our jewelry and it tends to catch the eye with its shine. Copper pairs wonderfully with other metals and is a great way to combine your silver and gold accessories.
Talk to your health practitioner about how copper can benefit you. Check out our handmade copper jewelry and send us an email with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org