Copper bracelets, any benefits?

I was thinking of wearing one. Has anyone have any experiences with these? Do they work, and what do they truly do?

I think the copper bracelet help a little, over time, and here's the philosophy astern it: One of the causes of arthritis may be a copper negative amount.

One can take a copper supplement, but OTC they are simply available, I think, within 2 mg size. That's okay, because too much copper is toxic.

One of the early signs of copper less is osteoporosis. Copper is essential for the formation of collagen, which makes up the connective tissue between bones.

The most assimilateable copper comes from food. Good sources are almonds, avocados, barley, beans, beets, blackstrap molasses, broccoli, dandelion greens, garlic, lentils, liver, mushrooms, nuts, oats, oranges, pecans, raisins, salmon, soybeans, and green leafy vegetables.

If you buy a copper bracelet, bring in sure it is pure, soft copper (the cheap kind) and not coated with anything to keep hold of it from tarnishing. The green ring on your wrist means it is breaking down into absorbable copper.

I used one for around 14 months and got some nouns. Then started taking the supplement and it seemed to work quicker.
My mother have worn one and says it help, but thats one person morale.
I prefer to take copper supplements for my osteoarthritis. I used to wear a copper bracelet and didn't perceive any difference. Copper and zinc mix vitamins or just copper supplements seem to be to work better for me.
yes they work

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