Tibetan Copper Bracelets

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Listen…Did you hear that?

That weird sound in the distance that sounds like a lot of moaning and groaning?

That sound is what you will hear from most medical professionals when we start to discuss the medical benefits of wearing copper bracelets.

“They Don’t Work!” they’ll tell you.

“Its all Hocus Pokus & Old Wife’s Tales” they’ll say.

Well. if you’ll allow me a few moments, I’d like to disagree…at least, to a point.

As you might tell from my picture on the front page, I’m to the point in my life where age starts to matter. Being at that point brings some ailments common to seniors. In my case, minor arthritis set in a few years ago and I started experiencing some pain in my hands and elbows.

I visited my family doctor and she suggested a low dose pain reliever to combat the problem. She prescribed an anti-inflammatory medicine that worked fairly well, but I shy away from using pain relievers for extended periods.

Like most folks, I had heard that wearing copper could help, so I decided to look into the facts. What I found was interesting, indeed…

It seems that medical people have been using copper to treat all types of illness for centuries. For instance:

• The renowned Renaissance physician Paracelsus treated inflammatory and autoimmune diseases with copper, and he held that copper was an effective treatment of parasitical disorders.

• In his book Metallothérapie (1871), Victor Burq discussed using both oral copper and copper or copper/zinc (brass) bracelets to treat hysteric paralysis, migraines, and anemia.

• A copper-based potion of the Swiss physician Koechlin, based on a Chinese original, was widely used in Central Europe to treat a range of skin, neurological, and infectious diseases including tuberculosis. A. Luton conducted clinical studies in which he successfully used copper to treat pulmonary tuberculosis. Eventually, Bayer and other companies marketed copper-based intravenous and oral medicines for the treatment of tuberculosis, and Bayer’s Ebesal came into use as a treatment of arthritis.

And, it goes on and on.

Anyway, back to my story…

I bought some copper bracelets similar to the ones shown here and started wearing them faithfully, day and night. To be honest, I didn’t expect much, and for about a three weeks, not much changed.

About a month in, however, I started to notice that I was doing things around the house just as I always had, but the pain in my joints seemed less. It wasn’t a matter of the pain going away, like I had taken medicine, but an awareness of less pain.

Today, about 18 months later, the pain is so minor that I barely notice it any more. There are times, of course, but all things being equal, I’m virtually pain free!

I’ve talked to many people about this over that time, and I must admit, even though many of those folks had about the same experience as me, others claimed that it didn’t help at all. Not being a doctor, I have no idea why that would be. Body chemistry, perhaps…

Anyway, if you’re considering this therapy, you might want to order the copper bracelets with magnetic iron inserts on this page. It’s a set of 4, and you can wear one at a time, all together, or any combination.

Will they work?

I honestly don’t know, but you can find out for less than thirty bucks!


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