Why wear copper? – Article inspired by the positive accounts of copper wearing customers!
At first I just stored the knowledge, reaffirming my choice of using copper for the bracelet material, but as more and more people have shared with me their success stories I have finally decided to go ahead and share with the rest of you why wearing copper can be beneficial! I am not by any means guaranteeing results but if it has worked for others why not pass on the knowledge? Especially when I know first hand how hard working people, not only in the ranching industry but others as well, accumulate their fair share of aches and pains.
*the following statements are provided through first hand accounts and internet research only and are not endorsed by a medical professional.
Health Benefits of Copper
First things first, copper is a required mineral used for several major processes in your body. Its main health benefits include the following:
- Copper is a natural anti-inflammatory
- It is essential for the production of melanin, which helps keep your hair, skin and eyes youthful
- It aids in protein transfer across membranes in the brain
- Enzymes created by copper battle free radicals, one of the primary causes of aging
- It aids in the efficient utilization of iron
Copper Absorption From a Bracelet
Although the scientific data backing up the claims of healing specifically by use of bracelets are lacking, two proven facts are 1) copper is essential in the body, and while it is ingested, it can 2) also be absorbed through the skin. Copper does not occur naturally in the body therefore it must be obtained by outside means; most people acquire small amounts of the mineral through the consumption of food or supplements. It can also be absorbed in small amounts through the skin where it is efficiently transferred to the blood stream, hence the popularity of copper bracelets.
According to one article I found, Glenda Tayler from Livestrong.com writes:
“The use of copper bracelets centers on reducing the joint pain and stiffness associated with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. For believers, this translates into more freedom of movement and joint flexibility. Although worn on the wrist, manufacturers report the bracelets are beneficial to stiff joints throughout the entire body.”
The article also goes on to explain that microminerals of iron and zinc, present in the copper, combine with sweat on the skin. From there, the body absorbs these minerals explaining how it is possible for the transfer from bracelet to bloodstream to occur.
I won’t mention names, but here are some examples from customers:
- Two of my friends, husband and wife, bought matching his and hers copper bracelets, she wanted them because of the way they looked and because she wanted to experiment with the copper benefits, her husband agreed to get one but later told me that he didn’t believe it would help him at all. One week goes by and they come into the bar I was at and he personally explained to me how excited he was about the lack of pain in his shoulder that usually plagued him at work!
- Some customers have told me that they specifically buy them because they have always used copper bracelets as a method of pain management and their last bracelet wore out from daily use.
- One customer wears a separate bracelet on each arm every day so that she knows each wrist gets the same amount of attention equally!
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Ceily Rae Highberger
All photos in this blog post taken with my Sony Alpha 6000 and iPhone 6s