How many healthy elements can be used in magnetic therapy bracelets

- Oct 14, 2020-

There are mainly 8 health elements can be used in magnetic therapy bracelets, respectively are magnets, far infrared, germanium powder, negative ion, tourmaline, copper, solid germanium, hematite, etc.

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Magnets: magnetic field also can help to support the body’s ability to take care of small imbalance, slowing the aging process, encouraging healthy cell turnover and reduce the stress of our body.

 

Far infrared: the far infrared rays helps to increase blood circulation, the lvel of  oxygen and white blood cells, strengthening of the immune system, increase in metabolism, relief from stress and fatigue.

 

Germanium: it is believed to have blood-thinning effects and may be beneficial to people with high VLDL triglyceride levels, low protein or phosphorus, very high calcium, or poor circulation due to atherosclerosis.

 

Negative ion: it could increase the flow of oxygen into brain, resulting in higher alertness, decrease mental energy.

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Tourmaline: Tourmaline is believed to promote inspiration and happiness, reduce fear, and build self-confidence among its users. It's also used to balance yin-yang energies, as it's considered a physical bridge to the spiritual. Tourmaline comes in a variety of colors, the most common being black. It also comes in pink to red, blues, yellows, browns, greens, oranges, and then a combination of two or more of these colors. This is referred to as the rainbow tourmaline. The energies within the crystals differ depending on the colors.

 

Copper: Copper works with iron to help the body form red blood cells. It also helps keep the blood vessels, nerves, immune system, and bones healthy. Copper also aids in iron absorption.

 

Hematite: It is said to be effective in healing pain because it maintains the charge of nerve cells, it helps to prevent procrastination by dissolving distractions around you. 

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