The theory behind using magnets for medicinal purposes stems from the Renaissance period. Believers thought magnets possessed a living energy, and they would wear them in the hope of fighting disease and infections or to relieve chronic pain.
The wearing of copper for therapeutic effects goes back as early as the Egyptian civilization, as proved by inscriptions and recorded accounts.
Now, while the healing benefits of wearing these metals have yet to be proved or disproved, there’s no harm in trying, especially if you can look cool while you’re at it. The Copper Magnetism Bracelet features a copper core with a Celtic-inspired gold-and black-finished inlay. Two magnets placed strategically at the wrist, let you give this magnetic healing theory a try. Priced at just $49, your cool therapy awaits.