This adjustable copper ring will fit finger ring sizes from about 6 - 9.
What is gauss? Gauss is a commonly used measure of the strength of a magnet. The higher the gauss of a magnet, the higher the magnetic strength. But gauss is not the only helpful measure of a magnet and can often be misleading. Unfortunately some sellers make exaggerated claims about gauss and their magnetic therapy products, so be sure to purchase your magnet therapy products from a seller you can trust such as Magnet Jewelry Store.
Other factors such as the size, type of magnet, and where the magnet(s) is worn can be important. This can help to explain why a magnetic anklet or magnetic insoles or a magnetic knee wrap can sometimes have a different effect than a magnetic bracelet for the legs, knees, ankles, and feet. Results vary from person to person when using magnetic therapy products and we make no health claims whatsoever.
What are rare-earth or neodymium magnets? Rare earth or neodymium magnets are strong permanent magnets made from alloys of rare earth elements. Rare-earth magnets are the strongest type of permanent magnets.
Copper has been used for medicinal purposes throughout recorded history. The world's oldest medical text, the Eber Papyrus, recommends treating inflammation with copper. Today, almost 3700 years later, millions of people wear copper for health.
Will copper turn itself and my skin colors? The real answer is maybe. Real copper can naturally react to some people's perspiration to turn skin and copper green, or blue, or black. This is a natural reaction that may happen because of the nature of real copper. One can look at the pure copper made Statue of Liberty to see this green patina in action. You may also know someone that experienced green marks from wearing 14K gold which contains some copper. This is the nature of real copper. It can be removed with soap and water. Some people have body chemistry that's more prone to staining than others. If you get this discoloration on your skin or copper and you do not like it, consider magnetic jewelry without copper such as stainless steel which you can find here, which will not do this.
You should not use magnets if you have an electronic implanted medical device of any kind such as a pacemaker, defibrillator pump, or if you are pregnant. Our products are not being sold as a medical devices or to replace professionally prescribed medical treatment and is not intended to diagnose, prescribe, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Consult with your doctor before use. The information we provide is designed for educational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care. We make no overt or implied claims for effectiveness, health, cure, treatment, or mitigation of any condition. Reported effects vary from person to person. Remember that any self help application is the sole responsibility of the user and the use of magnets should not replace treatment of qualified medical professionals. You should keep magnets away from credit card magnetic strips, electric blankets, tanning beds, strong electrical exposure, battery operated devices, magnetic media, and other magnetic items.
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