Buying magnetic jewellery is similar to purchasing a laptop. You need the right configuration for you to use so that it integrates, as they say in computer jargon, seamlessly with your personality and cosmics. There are four aspects in the architecture of magnetic jewellery: magnet, metal, type of wear and guidelines.
Magnet: This is the vital part of the structure. Firstly, there are five type of magnets to choose from. Barium ceramic ferrite, Strontium ceramic ferrite, Neodymium, Samarium cobalt and Alnico. Each type has common functionality of magnetism with different features made available for users as regards to health benefits and cosmics. There again magnet comes in different shape and form, disc, ring rectangle etc. Gauss strength is another sub-aspect that merits greater attention. Modest strength ranges from 800 upward to 1,500 of Gauss. Strong strength is logged within 1,500 to 3,000 Gauss while Super strength boasts more than 3,000 Gauss. Where it is necessary multiple magnets have to be used after structuring them carefully and in more than single strand to cover fairly wide area of skin.
Metal: The second limb of magnetic jewellery framework is the choice of metal. Apart from copper and titanium, gold, silver and lately stainless steel are catching up as main metals used to fabricate magnetic jewellery. Each metal has unique features, health benefits and cosmics. For example magnetic jewellery made from titanium doubles the health benefit in pain management. Silver based magnetic jewellery, on the other hand woks as excellent combination of detoxifying agent.
Type of Wear: Basically, jewellery industry manufactures five types of wear: bracelet, amulet, choker/necklace, waist chain and anklet. A suitable pendant is used in appropriate manner. You have to assess your needs and select the right type of wear. If you have wrist pain it would be better to settle for bracelet.
Guidelines: The final part of your magnetic jewellery structure is appropriate guidelines on purchase or fabrication of the magnetic jewellery article. If the guidelines ask you to use Germanium as an additive in your magnetic jewellery it is pointless buying magnetic jewellery without Germanium.
If the configuration of magnetic jewellery suggested is not readily available in the market, you have two choices: Review your configuration and see whether you can amend few things here and there. Otherwise you can meet with a jeweller who handles custom-made jewellery articles and contract him to do this for you.
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