Copper is Healing
Dynamic-dancing Forged-Copper pendant!!!
Set your eyes on this Hand-forged copper pendant on a sterling silver chain!
This stunning piece features a flush-set .04ct round brilliant diamond. Included, is an 18” sterling silver chain with strong lobster clasp.
The twinkling diamond dances amongst the stippled copper, as heat-treated hues stand in regal contrast.
1. Relieving stiff joints and joint pain from arthritis
Copper jewelry is helpful in reducing the symptoms of arthritis. You can easily get bracelets and other jewelry used to cure the condition. When wearing a bracelet, tiny amounts of copper rub off and on to the skin where it is absorbed and can help to rebuild cartilage and ease inflammation. While some believe this is simply a placebo effect, research is ongoing.
2. Helpful in wound healing
Copper is one crucial mineral that plays a vital role in the healing process, to make sure wounds heal better and faster. It is a cofactor in the enzymatic reactions that cause endothelial growth, an important factor in the healing of tissue. Wearing copper jewelry supports the circulatory system and the immune system, helping the body to move white blood cells to the site of infections and promote healing.
3. Essential in the production of collagen
This essential nutrient plays a considerable role in collagen synthesis, as well as myelin, hemoglobin, and melanin synthesis. Copper also protects the myelin sheath that surrounds the nerves, and is actively involved in the elastin production processes. Elastin is the connective tissue element that maintains the flexibility of the skin. Many people who wear copper jewelry report that their skin feels firmer, tighter and more youthful.
4. Proper growth of various body tissue and organs
Copper is important for healthy and normal growth of the human body. It is quite helpful in the protection of the nervous, cardiovascular, and skeletal tissue and organs. Copper deficiencies have been associated with growth defects in children. Investing in a copper anklet for your child is a safe way to increase the levels of copper within the body and potentially provide the valuable growth benefits associated with this essential element.
5. Boosting the immune system
The mineral is a great immunity builder, which assists in the absorption of iron and in turn helps prevent anemia. This will also allow the body to defend itself much better, and heal itself faster. Wearing a copper ring, bracelet or necklace helps your body to fight off free radicals and remain healthy even during troublesome cold and flu seasons.
6. Helpful in energy production
Copper helps in the synthesis of the energy storehouse of our bodies – adenosine triphosphate. Adequate copper supply in our bodies will ensure that we have enough fully accessible and functional energy, to let us get through the day without feeling tired or lethargic. Simply wearing a copper bracelet or anklet can boost energy levels without the need to consume caffeine or other stimulants.
Copper also prevents premature aging and pigmentation of eyes and hair. It stimulates the brain and reduces cholesterol levels in the body. Investing in a collection of copper jewelry can help you to enjoy all these benefits while looking stylish and sophisticated for any occasion.
For 5 years I’ve been trying to eliminate all of the toxins out of our wardrobe, bedding and home.
In the past 6 months I have done it!
I got rid of EVERYTHING that was synthetic for all 5 of us.
If you have any questions about how we did it and what we use for being, clothing, cleaning products, towels, skincare, blankets, pillows, haircare, deodorant, food, toothpaste, makeup, socks, bras, hats, please ask 🙌
Here are some of my favorite links to items we use:
I made pillows by buying this kapok, and then cotton zipper pillowcases for underneath your main pillowcase:
Bras-Underwear - clothing- underwear:
High frequency oils and cleaning products:
Natural sunscreen: mixing these two oils which have natural spf:
Raspberry oil -Wheatgerm oil-
Most of the rest we have thrifted!!!
You start to be able to look quickly by feeling natural fabrics-
This online used store also has great options-
Did you know?
Linen has a frequency of 5,000.
Wool has a frequency of 5,000.
According to this study, the human body has a signature frequency of 100, and organic cotton is the same – 100. The study showed that if the number is lower than 100, it puts a strain on the body. A diseased, nearly dead person has a frequency of about 15, and that is where polyester, rayon, and silk register.”
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