Copper has been an essential material to man for pain relief since prehistoric times—we decided to make it modern.
Copper, like many other metals, is naturally found within the human body, and it performs a variety of functions. Copper helps your body regulate numerous functions, produce energy and absorb iron more efficiently. Without the right amount of copper, your body may struggle to produce red blood cells, and the mineral plays an important role in forming collagen. Collagen is essential to the health of bones and connective tissues, so you can see how copper promotes joint health and functionality
According to information published by the National Institutes of Health, copper is “involved in numerous physiological and metabolic processes critical for the appropriate functioning of almost all tissues in the human body.” And scientists are still discovering new ways copper can be used to promote health and reduce pain.
Exterior use of copper, such as in wraps, gels and creams, are proving useful for individuals who experience joint pain.