Sergio Lub Caduceus Tri-Metal Bracelet

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Introducing the Sergio Lub Caduceus Tri-Metal Bracelet, a powerful blend of pure copper, jewelers brass, and German silver meticulously crafted into a stunning piece of jewelry. This bracelet is not just a fashion statement, but a symbol of health, wellness, and balance.

Crafted with the finest materials, this bracelet features a unique combination of copper, brass, and silver, each with their own special properties. Copper is known for its ability to increase energy, reduce inflammation, and improve overall wellness. Jewelers brass, also known as red brass, is believed to enhance creativity, positivity, and courage. And German silver is known for its calming and balancing effects on the mind and body.

But what sets this bracelet apart from others is the addition of two powerful Rare Earth Magnets, strategically placed at each end of the bracelet to target pressure points on the wrist. Magnetic therapy has been used for centuries to improve circulation, promote tissue regeneration, and alleviate pain. So not only will you look good wearing this bracelet, but you'll also feel good too.

But it's not just the materials that make this bracelet special, it's also the design. Each bracelet is individually handcrafted, ensuring that no two are exactly alike. And the centerpiece of this bracelet, the caduceus symbol, holds a rich history and significance. Used as a symbol of healing and protection, the intertwined serpents of the caduceus harken back to ancient times when Moses held them over his tribe to keep them safe while crossing the desert. The caduceus also represents the double helix of DNA, reminding us of the power of our own bodies to heal and regenerate.

Adjustable for sizing, simply pinch the bracelet closed to fit comfortably on your wrist. And not only will this bracelet provide healing benefits, but it will also elevate any outfit, making it a versatile and fashionable accessory for any occasion.

  • For sizing chart click on the last image above