Did you know that wearing copper helps joint and arthritic pain?
Health Benefits of Copper
Wearing copper is known to reduce the joint pain and stiffness associated with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. Although typically worn on the wrist, research supports that wearing copper bracelets are beneficial to stiff joints throughout the entire body.
Copper is not only an essential element necessary for bone and joint health, but also has natural anti-fungal and antimicrobial properties. Researchers also claim that the copper emits anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties and can be used to stabilize and balance the flow of blood within the body.
How it works: The body absorbs the trace minerals into the bloodstream by sweat on the skin.
In theory, micro minerals absorbed through the sweat are stronger than minerals taken in supplement form because they go directly to the bloodstream and they bypass the liver. In addition, it is reported that a low constant dosage of these micro minerals in the blood provides immediate and long-term benefits for the tissues and the joints.
Historically, ancient teachings indicate that copper was associated with conducting electrical impulses to assist in healing and opening chakras.