Copper was known to some of the oldest civilizations on record, and has a history of use that is at least 10,000 years old. A copper pendant was found in what is now northern Iraq that dates to 8700 BCE.
The therapeutic benefits of copper and copper rich alloys to human health have been recognised throughout history since pre-Roman times and the copper bracelets were worn in by the Egyptians, Romans and Greeks. With the re-awakening of New Age and alternative healing therapies, the products are reaching an ever wider and more appreciative public
For Hundreds of years, people have worn copper bracelets and other copper jewellery, such as copper anklets, copper rings and other copper items to help relieve joint pain caused from tendonitis and arthritis.
Copper is a natural element and is essential in all plants and animals. Copper is carried mostly in the bloodstream in a plasma protein called ceruloplasmin. In the human body, Copper is found in a variety of enzymes, including the copper centres of cytochrome c oxidase and the enzyme superoxide dismutase (containing copper and zinc). In addition to its enzymatic roles, copper is used for biological electron transport.
Because of its role in facilitating iron uptake, copper deficiency can often produce anamia-like symptoms (deficiency of red blood cells and/or haemoglobin). This results in a reduced ability of blood to transfer oxygen to the tissues, causing tissue hypoxia. Signs of possible copper deficiency include anaemia, low body temperature, bone fractures and osteoporosis, low white blood cell count (the cells that help fight infection), irregular heartbeat, loss of pigment from the skin, and thyroid disorders.
Now you can have the benefits of copper with the benefits of magnets in copper magnetic bracelets.
When wearing a copper magnetic therapy bracelet, you can be sure to have a fashion statement combine with the benefits of magnetic therapy. We carry copper magnetic bracelets and copper bracelets that are completely manufactured from start to finish in a process where we can control the quality of copper used. We ensure that our copper magnetic bracelets and copper bracelets uses high quality copper. All solid copper bio magnetic bracelets, copper magnetic therapy bracelets have different styles to enhance the design and the visual effect. We are sure that you will find something that fits your style and needs of copper cuff magnetic bangles, copper link bracelets, and any other copper jewellery on the pages below. Remember that all of the copper bracelets, copper cuff bracelets and other copper bio magnetic jewellery in this on-line store are made using the latest techniques. We think that our quality copper bracelets, copper magnetic bracelets and other copper magnetic jewellery are the most competitively priced you can find anywhere on the internet. The copper bangles (the copper magnetic bangles) are made of the same high standards as the rest of our copper bracelets. Our pure copper bracelets and copper magnetic bracelets are checked for quality control before being packed carefully to ensure you get the perfect magnetic bracelet.
Out of our range of metal links magnetic bracelets (Which are made of titanium bracelets, stainless steel bracelets and alloys bracelets), the copper magnetic bracelets is the second most popular after the titanium magnetic bracelets, here in the UK and abroad.
New blog posting on our site talks about some of the issues raised above.
Copper is a reddish-colour metal, which has its characteristic colour because it reflects red and orange light and absorbs other
frequencies in the visible spectrum, due to its band structure.
Copper occupies the same family of the periodic table as silver and gold, since they each have one
s-orbital electron on top of a filled electron shell. This similarity in electron structure makes
them similar in many characteristics. All have very high thermal and electrical conductivity, and all are malleable metals.