Copper has been used for medicinal purposes for thousands of years, as recorded in some of the earliest records available. The Smith Papyrus, an Ancient Egyptian medical book, suggests copper as a remedy to sterilise both chest wounds and water for drinking. Copper bracelets can be traced back to the Iron age, around 800 BC, although it is suspected that they may have been used even earlier. The remains of many copper bracelets from this era have been discovered during excavations, and they are still extremely popular today. This is due to their medicinal properties, as copper bracelets have been found to have healing benefits for a variety of medical conditions. Here are some of the most common and well understood uses for medicinal copper bracelets.
Copper Bracelet has six high-powered magnets, three on each side. The magnets amplify the healing properties of the copper. The adjustable cuff design fits most.