Copper Facts: Copper was the first metal known to man. For 10,000 years it has been fashioned into jewelry and small tools. Copper has high conductivity, is malleable and flexible which explains its extensive use, from electrical wiring to building materials. Recent research shows that copper inhibits bacterial growth. Copper is also an important mineral, necessary for metabolism of all living organisms. We ingest it through different foods.
Uses of Copper Bracelets : The use of metals for medicinal purposes is found throughout recorded history. For more than 30 years copper bracelets have been popular. There have been claims that the wearing of copper bracelets alleviates the symptoms of arthritis, rheumatism, tendonitis, and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Caution: These copper bracelets are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. Do not use this product as a substitute for necessary treatment. Consult a physician before use if any medical condition exists.
Cleaning instructions: Bracelet may discolor with use.
Immerse in a mixture of white vinegar and table salt and copper will shine like new! Rinse with water and dry immediately.
All of our copper bracelets come with information cards about copper bracelets, and bracelets containing magnets, dragons, or mantras have explanations of those features as well.
Magnet Facts: Magnetic fields can be generated by natural phenomena, i.e. the earth’s magnetism, solar storms or the chemical reactions in the human body. They are also created by electrical devices such as motors, power lines, computers, etc. While strong magnetic fields of electrical equipment can be harmful to health, controlled magnetic fields can be used to increase physical health and healing. Research has shown that magnetic field therapy may alleviate and reduce pain, improve circulation and support the body’s healing abilities. Learn more about magnetic field therapy over the internet or at the library.
Dragon Lore: In China the Dragon is an auspicious symbol of spirituality and the power of transformation. It represents “Yang,” the masculine energy, strength, activity and the principals of heaven. Thus it is the emblem of the Imperial Family. Feng Shui uses the Dragon as the principal symbol of good land formations and the Dragon’s breath “Chi” is the symbol of cosmic breath or life energy. Chinese astrology shows the Dragon as the symbol for the years 2000, 1988, 1976, 1964, 1952, 1940, 1928, etc. We wish you good luck with this powerful symbol.
OM Namah Shivaya : The Mantra (prayer) “OM Namah Shivaya” means “I honor the divine within.” In Asian tradition, Mantras appear on art or objects of daily use as a reminder to practice silent prayer. These Mantras are regarded as protective and liberating