Xenca Copperii Bracelets

It’s not only an important element for living, but Copper is also known for its ability to heal wounds faster, sterilize water, treat lung disorders, and help headaches. Copper has been used for thousands of years as a folk remedy for many ailments we see today.

Whilst we don’t fully understand just how copper reduces joint pain Copper is never the less essential for the function of a number of antioxidant enzymes. This amongst other things includes powerful superoxide dismutase (SOD). Copper is also involved in vitamin C metabolism and the synthesis of collagen, a structural protein in all parts of the body including bones and joints and is known as “the glue that holds you together”. Sufficient Collagen is essential for body health. (See separate blog). The lack of copper reduces the activity of SOD and this may contribute to the development of inflammatory diseases. Although there is no recommended daily allowance for copper, its deficiency is thought to be as common as 70% of dietary intake not being absorbed in body.

     Anti-inflammatory is another effect that Copper has in the body, and may therefore have painkilling properties. Studies have shown that copper from a bracelet can be absorbed into the body, and it does seem that this can offer some relief from arthritic pain.

Trace amounts of copper are absorbed through the skin, and in one study of 240 people with rheumatoid arthritis, those wearing copper bracelets such as Xenca’s Copperii range had a statistically significant improvement compared with those wearing a placebo. With each copper bracelet loosing an average of 13 mg of copper during the trial.

It is also a theory that copper bracelets work through a process known as iontophoresis. This is where copper leaches excess sulphates from the body, and are deposited as a blue-green discolouration on the skin. The efficacy of the bracelets is thought to depend on the level of copper in your body. If deficient, you may benefit. Bracelets combining copper with magnets such as the Xenca Copperii bracelets are worth trying for pain relief.

      One of several important properties is that of Antimicrobial which makes copper incredibly useful. What is known as oligodynamic effect means it kills microbes. How or why this happens is unsure, but it is known that it definitely does work.

Despite thousands of years of anecdotal evidence attesting to the healing properties of magnets, the mainstream medical community has been slow to embrace magnetic therapy, with many citing lack of scientific proof that it works. This is regardless of the fact that Magnetic therapy has been used to promote well-being since the earliest civilizations in India, Egypt, China, Ancient Greece, and the Middle East, where a magnetic stone called magnetite was ground up and delivered in food and healing potions. .

A recent study has found that magnets can reduce swelling when applied immediately after an inflammatory injury. Other researchers this time from the University of Virginia have set out to investigated the effect of magnetic therapy on microcirculation (blood flow through tiny blood vessels) and interestingly, the results suggested that blood vessels could relaxed by the magnetic field and increase blood flow.

Magnets are safe, they are non-invasive, and have some actual application to them! This is especially true for those with inflammation in joints, where it can make a real difference. Jewellery such as Xenca Enerjii and Copperii bracelets and bangles can be a great positive influence.

     The most common injuries worldwide are muscle bruising and joint sprains. Since injuries that don’t swell heal faster, magnet therapy could have widespread applications. Researchers have envisioned using magnets in place of ice packs and compression to treat injuries in high school, college, and professional sports teams, as well as among retirement communities.

    For thousands of years Copper has been used as a folk remedy for many ailments we see today. It’s not only an important element for living, but it’s also known for its ability to heal wounds faster, sterilize water, treat lung disorders, and help headaches.

     Whilst we dont fully understand just how copper reduces joint pain Copper is never the less essential for the function of a number of antioxidant enzymes. This amongst other things includes powerful superoxide dismutase (SOD). Copper is also involved in vitamin C metabolism and the synthesis of collagen, a structural protein in all parts of the body including bones and joints and is known as “the glue that holds you together”. Sufficient Collagen is esential for body health. (See separate blog). The lack of copper reduces the activity of SOD and this may contribute to the development of inflammatory diseases. Although there is no recommended daily allowance for copper, its deficiency is thought to be as common as 70% of dietry intake not being absorbed in body. Anti-inflammatory is another effect that Copper has in the body, and may therefore have painkilling properties. Studies have shown that copper from a bracelet can be absorbed into the body, and it does seem that this can offer some relief from arthritic pain.

     It is known that trace amounts of copper are absorbed through the skin, and in one study of 240 people with rheumatoid arthritis, those wearing copper bracelets such as Xenca’s Copperii range had a statistically significant improvement compared with those wearing a placebo. Each copper bracelet lost an average 13mg of copper during the trial.

     It is also a theory that copper bracelets work through a process known as iontophoresis. This is where copper leaches excess sulphates from the body, and are deposited as a blue-green discolouration on the skin. The efficacy of the bracelets is thought to depend on the level of copper in your body. If deficient, you may benefit. Bracelets combining copper with magnets such as the Copperii bracelets are worth trying for pain relief.

      One of several important properties is that of Antimicrobial which makes copper incredibly useful. What is known as oligodynamic effect means it kills microbes. How or why this happens is unsure, but it is known that it definitely does work.

     Despite thousands of years of anecdotal evidence attesting to the healing properties of magnets, the mainstream medical community has been slow to embrace magnetic therapy, with many citing lack of scientific proof that it works. This is regardless of the fact that Magnetic therapy has been used to promote well-being since the earliest civilizations in India, Egypt, China, Ancient Greece, and the Middle East, where a magnetic stone called magnetite was ground up and delivered in food and healing potions. .

Copperii and Enerjii are only available through Xenca


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