Crystal Healing Property 'Arthritis & Rheumatism' with Copper
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Handmade semi-precious gemstone stretch bracelet with 8mm crystals to aid Arthritis & Rheumatism symptoms with Labradorite, Blue Apatite, Fluorite and solid Copper. Presented in an organza with an information card.
Fluorite is particularly strengthening for the teeth and bones. It helps reduce pain, swelling and inflammation associated with arthritis, rheumatism, gout, and bone-related injury, and can be used to restore mobility and relieve spasms.
Labradorite is particularly effective in alleviating bone issues, disorders of the spinal column and the wear and tear of the joints. Rheumatism and arthritis may benefit from this stone’s healing powers.
Blue Apatite heals bones and encourages the formation of new cells. It assists in the absorption of calcium and helps bone, cartilage, motor skills, teeth, joints and arthritis.
Raw Copper is known for its ancient healing properties, it is rumoured that the mineral can be absorbed into the skin when worn as jewellery, and is associated with relief of symptoms of arthritis and poor circulation. These Copper beads are not treated with a varnish or lacquer so as not to reduce the associated medical benefits. This means the raw Copper metal will tarnish, forming a natural dark patina over time. A jeweller's polishers cloth should remove this. As the Copper tarnishes it may leave green marks upon the skin, depending on the individual, this is perfectly safe and can be washed off. Avoid contact with chemicals.
Crystal bracelet with 8mm semi-precious gemstone beads and solid copper beads. These are made with strong stretch elastic so will fit most wrist sizes. However as they are made to order please let me know if you have a specific requirement.
Supplied in an organza bag with an information card.
Can be adjusted to fit so please contact me.
Disclaimer: The crystal healing information is provided as guidance only. It is not intended for, and neither should it be taken as professional medical advice nor a substitute for any professional medical service.