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Can Wearing Copper have negative effects?

Started 1263592450 in Viewpoints | Last reply 1263764181 by markswife
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Okay, I can never find squat when I google and haven't been feeling well the past few days. Thought someone might know something on this.
Since wearing a copper bracelet cause you to have an interaction of some sort with your body that turns your skin green and supposedly may help different sorts of pains can it have negative side-effects?
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MJ 12126359332112707 PostsRegistered 12/30/2009
Cindy I did a small search and generally there are no side effects of the copper bracelets, unless you have an allergy to copper to begin with. But they all pretty much said there is no proof they work, either.
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cindychats126370321417559 PostsRegistered 6/2/2008
Thanks MJ
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Noel7126370418934868 PostsRegistered 8/8/2007
Cindy -
I remember copper turning my skin green... I doubt there's any bad effect.
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Magenta12637441329583 PostsRegistered 11/4/2004washington, d.c.
not that i know off. the body does need copper as a mineral, and look at vitamin bottles, the good ones do include copper as it is imp. for the body.
don't worry abt. the body turning color. my problem is with sterling silver, since i am on meds. all sterling turns black...
good luck.
magenta
p.s. my sister and dh (dr.) wear each one and they are faring well.

Qcloudy12637481461046 PostsRegistered 9/5/2009
When copper corrodes/rusts, the corrosion is green in color. The green on your arm is no different than the black from silver and some other metals. The oils and acids in your skin are causing the copper to corrode and it is coming off on your skin. No biggie except it doesn't look very pretty.
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markswife12637641811927 PostsRegistered 12/4/2007
The statue of Liberty is made of copper, Thats why she is green now.LOL

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