This artistic and unusual copper bracelet for women is one of a kind in design and style. Not only is it striking and intricate but it is easy to wear, easy to adjust and comes with a number of health benefits. This arthritis bracelet is a bold choice it consists of a dark copper bracelet with an artistic hammered finish. Make a statement in this stylish copper bracelet with magnets.
Diameter which can be adjusted: 7 cm
Circumference which can be adjusted: 18.5 cm to 20 cm
Copper is essential for the function of a number of antioxidant enzymes and it is also involved in vitamin C metabolism and the synthesis of collagen, a structural protein in bones and joints. Copper traces from copper jewellery and bracelets leaches excess sulphates on to the body, where they are deposited as a blue-green discolouration on the skin. At DEMI+CO we fully oversee the copper bracelet manufacturing process and we can guarantee quality copper bracelets that help with health and also look stylish.
Magnetic therapy is also known to provide a number of health benefits from joint pain relief to poor circulation, muscle soreness, headaches and many more. Each of our copper magnetic bracelets have at least 6 magnets and each magnet has a graded strength of 12500 gauss giving better Magnetic Therapy than just two.
All of our copper bracelets, copper cuff bracelets and other copper magnetic jewellery are made with the highest quality of copper, with the latest techniques and go through extensive quality control. Each of our copper magnetic bracelets have at least 6 magnets and each magnet has a graded strength of 12500 gauss giving better Magnetic Therapy than just two.
Magnetic jewellery and magnetic therapy
Many scientific researches have taken place on the effectiveness of magnetic jewellery and magnetic therapy, there are many benefits of magnets for example they can help with
- Arthritis pain
- Joint pain
- Knee pain
- Neck pain
- Ankle pain
- Wrist pain
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Tennis elbow
- Golfers elbow & injuries
- Football injuries and Tennis injuries
- Period pain
- Repetitive strain injury
- Poor circulation
- Low back pain and Sciatica
- Migraine headache
- Muscle soreness