Copper brings many healing properties to its wearer and is the best conductor of all the metals. It is a trace element in the body needed for healthy growth and function of bones, collagen, the brain, the heart, skin and immune system. Copper opens and channels the flow of energy and allows the energy of the crystals and the body to easy flow through it. Metaphysically, the stimulation of this flow removes blockages in our energy enabling us to be a channel for intuitive (higher frequency) energies. Physically it increases energy, detoxifies the body, and improves blood circulation. This helps improve mental agility and ailments such as joint stiffness and arthritis. Copper is an antibacterial and antifungal agent and for thousands of years has been used to treat wounds and skin diseases.
How to clean copper
For Natural Copper: Clean with a toothbrush and ketchup. Gently scrub until luster is brought back.
For Oxidized Copper: Use a fine #0000 steel wool ball and gently scrub until clean or apply baking soda on a toothbrush and gently scrub.
Silver is an excellent metal used in healing. It has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties and has been used for ages to heal wounds and cure infections and diseases. It can reduce inflammation, fever and nervous system stress. Silver is closely associated with the moon. Metaphysically it helps to increase intuitive (psychic) sensitivity. A conductor of the body's energy, it can remove negative energy and channel positive energy into the body. It helps to balance energy and hormonal imbalances. Helps in detoxifying the blood. Its particles called nanometers, are smaller than the nanometers of viruses and bacteria, giving it the ability to effectively destroy them. The form of silver generally used as as a medicine is called colloidal silver, which is a suspension of microscopic silver particles in liquid. An interesting fact, silver coins were placed in milk where there was little to no refrigeration to keep it from spoiling! The power of silver.
How to clean silver
Boiling water, aluminum foil, baking soda
Silver can become tarnished due to the oxidation process and may need a bit more cleaning than a polishing cloth can do. Here is an effective method to clean your silver. Boil enough water in a small pan, enough to submerge your jewelry. Add a tablespoon of baking soda, and a few small torn pieces of aluminum foil in the water. Bubbling should occur, giving off a slight rotten egg smell (reaction from sulfuric gases being released). Place your jewelry in the solution, and with a plastic or wooden utensil, stir your jewelry around making sure that the silver surface comes in contact with the aluminum foil. You will see your silver turning bright again. Take out and rinse under tap water. Use a towel to dry and a polishing cloth if needed.