Product name:Titanium Necklace OTN-032S
Material: TA2 Titanium + Germanium
Plating: Nickel & Cadmium Free
Size: 18.5 inch long
Germanium is a
semiconductor element that has a small band gap that allows it to efficiently respond to
infrared light. The two important characteristics of Germanium that brings about healthy
function effects are its natural ability to emit negative ions and the penetration of Far
Infrared Rays into the human body.
Removing Harmful Positive Ions and Effect of Negative
A Germanium atom has thirty-two electrons with four
of them constantly moving unsteadily along its outermost shell. These four electrons are
negative-charge carriers. One of these four electrons will be ejected out of its orbit
once the temperature is above 32 degrees Celsius. The remaining three electrons will seize
an electron from other atoms in order to maintain balance. In essence, once in contact
with the human skin, the negatively charged electrons from the millions of Germanium atoms
will attract the harmful positively charged electrons from the body.
Our current urban lifestyle exposes the human body to
harmful positive ions generated from mobile phones, electronic equipment, chemicals, acid
rain and ultraviolet rays. Hence, the negative-charge ion from Germanium will help in
blood purification and balancing the positive and negative ions within the body. This also
achieves muscle relieving effects as well as reducing fatigue and tiredness.
While it is a widely held belief that eating more
fruits and vegetables is considered more healthy for the body, on the other hand it
results in a more acidic pH balance in the body. This causes our body to be weak and be
more prone to sickness. The acidification of the blood which is caused by the loss of
electrons can be prevented by negative ions, which contains an abundant amount of
electrons. This improves the body's immunity and resistance to sickness.
The metabolism of the human cell is an extremely
important process as it purges waste out of the body while acquiring nutrients from the
blood. With more negative ions in the body, the body's metabolism process also increases
in its efficiency.
Conversely, with more positive ions in the blood, the
body's metabolism becomes less efficient and slower. Thus the human cells become weak and
the body is more susceptible to sickness and the ageing process becomes accelerated.
2. Effect of Far Infrared Rays
Germanium has the ability to emit a
high percent of Far Infrared Rays that penetrate deep into the human body. When Far
Infrared Rays are absorbed into the various organs of the human body, it activates,
revitalizes, develops and strengthens them. It also increases temperature under the skin
as well as promotes micro circulatory flow within the human body, thus improving one’s
overall health condition.
Titanium has the highest
strength-to-weight ratio of all metals. It has very high tensile strength yet it is more
than 42% lighter than steel. It is resistant to corrosive attacks by sea water, chlorine
and certain acids, and is able to withstand extreme temperatures. Titanium is also a good
heat insulator as well as an excellent reflector of infrared radiation.
Titanium is least toxic to
human yet it has toxic effects against certain bacteria. Titanium is an excellent choice
for people who do not usually wear jewellery due to sensitive skin.
The combined use of
Titanium with Germanium helps to retain body heat. While scientific research has not
been conclusive, some people are said to have experienced the various benefits:
- Strengthens one's immune system.
- Increases blood circulation
- Raises oxygen levels
- Speeds up metabolism of body cells
- Regulates positive and negative ions
within the body
- Removes harmful toxins
- Relieves joint and muscle pain
- Alleviates physical stress, stiffness, cramps or
- Controls swelling
- Reduces water retention
- Relieves fatigue and tiredness
- Promotes quality sleep
- Slows down ageing
- Prevents bacterial growth
- Increases and maintains body warmth
It should be noted that the
benefits experienced may vary from individual to individual.