Copper has been used for its medicinal qualities by almost every civilisation since it's first recording by the Ancient Egyptian in the Papyrus Papers over 4000 years ago. However, it is only since the 1960's that modern medicine has investigated into the healing properties of this unique metal.

Copper is one of the most important metals in the human body. Like all other metals such as iron, magnesium and zinc, the body needs them to function. However, like all of these other metal elements it cannot be produced by the body and therefore needs to be obtained by some other method.

There was a time when our copper intake was adequate. This was obtained through the food we ate. However, with today's intensive agricultural practices and food processing (which removes much of the food's nutritional value), this is no longer the case.

Today, as more information becomes available, alternative health care and home remedies are gaining popularity. Health publications include copper bracelets as a home remedy to possibly ease the pain from arthritis in some people who seem to get an insufficient amount of copper from their food.

There is ever increasing evidence that Sabona copper complexes have anti-inflammatory properties, and it is this characteristic that is of interest, and benefit to people who suffer from aches and pains. In the opinion of Professor John Sorenson, Professor of Chemistry who has researched copper for over 30 years, there is benefit to wearing a Sabona Copper Bracelet.


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