- (15) 6,500 gauss rare earth neodymium magnets
- (2) 10,000 gauss magnetic clasp
- Magnets throughout the entire necklace
- Easy to use “it’s a snap” clasp that can easily be opened with one hand.
Why Wear Magnets?
“Scientific research has shown that magnetic fields influence biological systems, attract and repel charged particles in the blood stream increasing circulation, stimulate tissue regeneration, and reduce pain. Magnets can be safe alternatives for: alleviating pain and stiffness related to sports activities like tennis or golf; promoting healing via the body’s own internal mechanisms; increasing circulation; reducing inflammation; and for many specific ailments related to all systems of the body, even mental health.”
Benefits of Wearing Magnets
Traditional Chinese doctors have known for millennia that a magnetic field, when next to the body, could markedly increase the wearer’s vital life force, known as Chi. This effect is enhanced when magnets are applied over acupressure points, like when inlaid in bracelets. In the West, twice Noble laureate Dr. Linus Pauling found that the electrolytic salts present in our blood circulate bio-magnetically, therefore the proximity of a magnetic field may help improve circulation throughout the body. In 1954, Dr. Linus Pauling, received a Nobel Prize for his discovery of the magnetic properties of hemoglobin. He found that iron, and many electrolytic salts in our blood, circulate bio-magnetically. Therefore, the proximity of a magnetic field may result in an acceleration of circulation and the transfer of energy to all areas of the body.
“In a 2004 study of 194 adults with osteoarthritis of the hip or knee, researchers found that those who wore magnetic bracelets for 12 weeks had a decrease in arthritis-associated pain. Meanwhile, a 2001 study of 64 people with rheumatoid arthritis of the knee showed that 68% of those who used magnetic therapy reported feeling better or much better after one week. “Magnetic Therapy for Pain” by Cathy Wong Health’s Disease and Condition articles are reviewed by their medical board.
Includes: (1) Necklace