Spring is coming – add some style & healing elements to your jewelry box!

Spring is in the area, and now’s a great time to consider some new additions to your warm weather wardrobe! Magnetic jewelry has the potential to provide healthful properties, including increased blood flow and possibly decreased pain from common conditions like arthritis and Fibromyalgia. If you’ve never tried magnet therapy before, consider these simplistic designs to complement your existing jewelry: Gold & Satin Silver Twist Copper Magnetic Bracelet Silver Hammer Copper Magnetic Bracelet Malachite Rice & Hematite Magnetic Necklace Solid Copper Adjustable Magnetic Ring

4 potential benefits of magnetic jewelry

While you should always check with your physician before starting any new form of treatment for a medical problem, here are four great possible benefits of magnetic jewelry that you should consider if magnet therapy is of interest to you: Improved circulation. Blood flow may effectively be increased to the extremities with the use of magnet therapy at the wrists and ankles, as it’s thought that the magnetic fields themselves encourage more oxygen to flow to the area, thus increasing blood flow and delivering more nutrients to those areas of the body. Pain relief. Many individuals who use magnet therapy …

Why is Hematite used in magnet therapy?

Hematite, in technical terms, is iron in mineral oxide form. In its natural form, it is typically dark gray or reddish-brown in color, and once polished into jewelry form, it definitely has a nice shine to it. It is a rather common mineral, so it’s not overly pricey, but it’s still quite beautiful, especially when it’s used in conjunction with brighter gemstones, or even when simply paired with shiny metals. Hematite is found in great quantities in the United States, Canada, as well as Brazil and Venezuela. The name “Hematite” originates from the Greek word “ema”, which means “blood”. While …

Attract healing potential with magnet jewelry

Magnets are naturally found in lodestones, which are special rocks that are rich in magnetite – magnetite being, as you probably guessed, extremely magnetic. It’s understandable that in early times magnets were thought to be mysterious and magical, while today we know a lot more about them. And one thing many people have begun to discover is that magnetic therapy is very real and can be therapeutic for some people. For magnetic therapy, rare-earth magnets are most commonly used, since they are long-lasting and extremely resistant to becoming de-magnetized. They’re also very versatile, which is why you’ll find that if …

Happy Valentine’s Day from Magnet Jewelry Store!

Happy Valentine’s Day! Did you know that Valentine’s Day dates back several centuries? Named in honor of one or perhaps multiple saints or priests who were alive during the third century, it’s said that Valentine’s Day exists as a way to honor and remember the men who decided that young lovers deserved to marry, despite the times being war-torn and men being required to stay single in order to be better soldiers of war. Today Valentine’s Day has nothing to do with war or blood, but with love and romance. We hope you take the time to enjoy this romantic …

Magnet jewelry for pain

Depression and pain are common ailments that can drag even the strongest among us down. There are many therapies and treatment options available, as well as coping skills that should be learned in order to deal with any current or future episodes of depression and pain, but one age-old treatment for depression and pain that some individuals swear by is magnetic therapy. Imagine being able to lessen your depression symptoms or altogether eliminate pain at the source simply by donning a piece of jewelry? That’s what magnetic therapy is all about. While certainly not a guaranteed cure or remedy for …

How to care for magnetic jewelry

Like any other type of jewelry, magnetic jewelry should be properly stored and cared for to ensure protection against breakage or other damage. While some of these tips may seem like a no-brainer, you should nevertheless give this list a quick run-through to make sure you’re doing all you can to take care of your jewelry: Always remove most jewelry before showering or swimming. Swimming pools especially can quickly damage jewelry, due to the presence of strong and abrasive chemicals. Stainless steel jewelry can be an exception as it is better suited to water than other types, but it is …

Say “Happy Valentine’s Day!” with magnetic jewelry

Roses are red Violets are blue Use magnetic jewelry To say, “I love you!” Valentine’s Day is just a week away, but it isn’t too late to place an order for magnetic jewelry for your Valentine! Here are a few designs that are great for the upcoming romantic holiday (and it falls on a Friday this year, so consider a weekend of romancing!): Double Strand Hematite & Red Coral Magnetic Bracelet Rose Quartz & Hematite Magnetic Necklace Solid Copper Adjustable Heart Magnetic Ring Expedited shipping is available to ensure timely delivery.

Can magnet therapy help anxiety and depression?

Anxiety and depression, even minor and brief bouts of them, can disrupt sleep and leisure activities, or even be quite debilitating. While the sources of anxiety and depression are not always known, even if they are known, treatment is not always clear-cut. Depending on your lifestyle and your doctor’s recommendations, you may find that a combination of therapy and dietary changes may be enough to help you recover. For others, medication may be a necessary addition to other courses of treatment. But for some, it’s possible that magnetic therapy may help alleviate some of the anxiety and depression that is …