At Superiormagnetics.com we provide copper bracelets with magnets combining the healing benefits of copper with magnetic therapy making copper bracelets for arthritis one of our most popular pain relief products. Research has shown that copper bracelet benefits include pain relief and reduction of inflammation including arthritis, tendinitis and bursitis. Copper bracelets provide pain relief by balancing the ph, increasing circulation and oxygen in the blood. All of our copper bracelets are made from 99% pure copper to optimize healing power of copper. Copper bracelets turn the wrist a greenish color caused by electrolysis between the acidic skin and the alkaline copper. Copper bracelets are used for inflammation throughout the body but like all ionic therapy will be strongest worn closer to the source of pain. A copper bracelet is worn on the are for pain in the hand wrist, shoulder of that arm. It will most always affect the neck, back and knees. However a copper bracelet will rarely affect the feet. We will make a copper anklet for foot or knee pain. Wearing two copper bracelets will be more affective at reaching the back and knees as well.
Copper is one of the oldest ways of treating inflammation and making the body more alkaline. Its origins are from India. To this day the Indian people wear copper and keep their drinking water in copper urns to make the water alkaline. The Hmong people of Laos have used copper for centuries as well.
As Dr. J. Sorenson, University of Arkansas, USA indicates “Copper chelates are more effective and less toxic than drugs being used to treat arthritis.”Dr. Helmar H. A. Dollwet, Professor of Biology, University of Akron, Ohio, USA also publishes in his book The Copper Bracelet and Arthritis: “Copper is an essential element for the enzyme that regenerates the cartilage lining of our bones and cleans up the radicals destructive to human tissue.
Copper is an alkaline metal. Viruses and bacteria requires an acid based environment to survive. It is for this reason many hospitals have considered replacing doorknobs and push plates with copper to reduce the spread of staff infection.
The skin is an organ like the bladder that is used by the body to eliminate acid. Our skin is also the most absorptive organ on the body. The acidic skin when put in contact with copper creates in metallurgy the process called electrolysis. The process of electrolysis generates a mild current of electricity. The negative ions from the electrolysis reduce inflammation by balancing the PH in the tissue and blood. The chelated green corrosive that is formed ont he skin is extremely alkaline as well and is absorbed to a degree into the skin and blood. This restores electrical flow and restores circulation by reducing inflammation in areas that were inflamed.
The skin is the most absorptive organ in the body and some of the copper is absorbed into the skin where it turns green from the electrolysis. Copper Bracelets like magnetic jewelry should be worn as close as possible to the inflamed area. Make sure you choose the correct magnetic jewelry size.
SuperiorMagnetics for pain free living has performed copper therapy for pain relief at fairs and festivals for over 12 years. We have used copper on thousands of people. We have tremendous experience with both copper and magnet therapy. We have use magnets, copper and piezo electric stimulation on arthritis, tendinitis, carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, frozen shoulder, bursitis, migraines, whiplash, bulging disks, multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, plantar fasciitis, rheumatoid arthritis, reflex sympathetic disorder, neuropathy and neuroma to name a few. It is because of our experience using copper and magnets on customers that we get such rapid results. Feel free visit us for a demonstration at one of our shows. Our locations and show dates are shown in our show schedule. Please call us for a free consultation to determine if a product is likely to work for your condition.
An investigation of the therapeutic value of the 'copper bracelet'-dermal assimilation of copper in arthritic and rheumatoid conditions.
From over 300 arthritis sufferers, half of whom previously wore 'copper bracelets', three treatment-group-subjects were randomly allocated for a psychological study. This involved wearing 'copper bracelets' and placebo bracelets (anodized aluminum resembling copper) alternately. These groups, as also a control group, answered questionnaires. The copper bracelets were weighed before and after use. Preliminary results show that, to a significant number of subjects, the wearing of the 'copper bracelet' appeared to have some therapeutic value. A study of the components of sweat and the solubility of copper in sweat was carried out. In five sweat samples, the copper concentration was of the order 2 x 10(-5) M and after equilibrating with copper turnings at room temperature for 24 hours the samples turned blue in color and contained approximately 2 x 10(-3) M copper. The permeability of skin to copper containing solutions has also been discussed. It has also been shown that the wearing of a 'copper bracelet' results in a weight loss more than the body's total burden of copper (100-150 mg). A pair of copper bracelets lost 80 mg in 50 days when worn around the ankles and a copper bracelet worn around the wrist also lost about 90 mg in that time.