CLM3005 Copper Linked Magnetic Bracelet 21cm
How does it work? Copper combines with certain proteins to produce enzymes that act as catalysts to help a number of body functions. Some help provide energy required by biochemical reactions. Others are involved in the transformation of melanin for pigmentation of the skin and still others help to form cross-links in collagen and elastin and thereby maintain and repair connective tissues. This is especially important for the heart and arteries. Research suggests that copper deficiency is one factor leading to an increased risk of developing coronary heart disease.
Drug free solution Research has shown that magnetism can make capillary walls relax and blood vessels widen, allowing more blood to pass through. This means the body can get rid of toxins faster and so speed up the healing process.
Magnets have always been used to promote health. Cleopatra wore jewelry charged with magnetism and Queen Elizabeth 1st is said to have used magnets to ease her arthritis.
Magnets for health have been used for hundred of years. The oldest known usage of magnetic powers are traced to Africa, where an African bloodstone, magnetite mine, more than 100,000 years old, has been found. The magnetite was ground up and used in potions, foods, and topical applications. Ancient Greece, Hebrews, Arabs, Indians, Egyptians, and Chinese civilizations have all used natural magnets for health. Unlike using prescription drugs, magnets are non-invasive and will not harm you. Many common ailments can be alleviated or eased without drugs by using health magnets. More and more reports and research is being written, along with testimonials that testify of these health benefits. Some medical specialists, who have received testimonials of people being helped by magnets, are including professional athletes, movie stars, politicians, and CEO's of Corporations, in their "helped" files. And, whether or not doctors can agree on a magnets effectiveness, people who get positive results by using health magnets swear by them!A 2007 clinical trial sponsored by the National Institutes of Health that looked at back pain in a small group of people, have suggested a benefit from using magnets.
Magnets may not be safe for some people, such as those who use a pacemaker or an insulin pump magnets may interfere with the functioning of the medical device. Otherwise, magnets are generally considered safe when applied to the skin.
- Copper and magnetics combined
- 21cm Links can be removed to make smaller
- 18-36 magnetic depending on style
- 15mm wide
- 3 g