Copper Care and Benefits
How to care for your Copper jewellery
My copper jewellery is natural and untreated. Keep your copper jewellery clean by occasionally washing it with lukewarm, soapy water. Then, dry and polish with a soft cloth.
If your copper should tarnish, as copper naturally does, you can clean your jewellery using one of the following methods to restore its original shine:
Use table salt and vinegar - pour salt and vinegar over your jewellery and gently rub into the jewellery until any grime or tarnishing is removed. Rinse with water and polish with a soft, dry cloth.
Use salt and lemon - pour salt on half of a lemon and rub over jewelry, or pour salt and squeezed lemon juice onto jewelry and gently rub in. Rinse with water and polish with a soft, dry cloth.
When your copper is not in use, store in plastic bags to slow the tarnishing process.
Why does copper turn your skin green?
Copper reacts naturally with our salty skin, which can be created whenever we sweat. Copper can also react to acidic environments in your body.
Copper is an essential mineral prized since ancient times. From the Egyptians
to the Greeks and Romans, Native Americans, and peoples in India, China, and Japan.
Copper is an essential mineral for humans. Wearing copper jewelry is said to help with headaches, arthritis, joint pain, and deficiencies can be treated with the aid of copper jewelry.
Copper is said to aid in bringing emotions into balance.
Healing work, fertility spells, prosperity spells, and spells to attract love.
You can enhance the energy of any magical stone by setting it in copper.