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RAINSO Titanium Energy Necklace Jewelry OTN-049S

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Product name:Titanium Necklace OTN-049S
Material: TA2 Titanium
Plating: Nickel & Cadmium Free
Size: 17 inch long

Since its discovery in the late 1700s, titanium has been a metal revered for its strength, durability and compatibility with the human body. In fact, it is used today in artificial body parts, jewelry for those with sensitive skin and even in alternative medicine, where the metal has found a new following. Titanium bracelets are thought to have many health benefits.

  1. Oxygen

    • Titanium is thought to attract oxygen. When held against the skin in the form of a bracelet, this metal is believed to pull that oxygen into the area that is inflamed or is pain. The excess oxygen is relives the pain and inflammation. This is one reason why arthritics wear the bracelets on their affected wrists close to the joints that are inflamed because of the disease.

    Energy Fields

    • The magnetized titanium bracelets are also believed to hold a positive charge. In alternative medicine, pain is said to have a negative charge. If you will remember back to middle school science class, you will know that a positive charge and a negative charge cancel out one another. Thus, the titanium bracelet relieves pain by neutralizing it.


    • Medical alert bracelets are made of titanium because the metal is less vulnerable to corrosion than iron-based alloys. It is also less easily bent than gold and silver. In fact, titanium can withstand higher temperatures, saltwater and the rough handling that medical identification and alert bracelets suffer over the years. Their durability also makes the bracelets more likely to withstand a catastrophe or accident.

    Human Compatibility

    • Unlike many other metals used in medicine, titanium is compatible with the human body in that is can be used without fear of rejection by the body. If an implant is rejected, medical problems arise, the least of which being infection. The implant must be removed and replaced at immense cost to the patient. Titanium parts overcome this obstacle and can remain inside the body for many years. Titanium bracelets can therefore be worn without causing the wearer infection, rashes or increased pain and swelling.

    Research and Development

    • Because of all the health benefits of titanium bracelets, modern medical researchers are using them to treat internal disorders like reflux. The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center is working with the use of a titanium beaded bracelet to prevent acid reflux. The bracelet is wound around the lower part of the esophagus where the sphincter lies. It is tightened to hold the sphincter closed so that the stomach acid will not leak out and cause reflux.

Press Release

Excess Titanium from NNSA’s Y-12 Plant to be Used by the Army for New Generation of Protective Body Armor for Combat Troops
Jun 28, 2010

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) today announced that excess titanium at its Y-12 National Security Complex in Tennessee will be used by the U.S. Army to develop a new generation of lightweight protective body armor for combat soldiers.

The material, which was originally intended for use at the Oak Ridge, Tenn., facility, has been provided to the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (ARDEC) at Picatinney Arsenal, N.J. The high strength, lightweight material is also being considered by ARDEC for use in breech assemblies on field artillery to improve maintenance and reliability.

“As we work to transform a Cold War-era nuclear weapons complex into a 21st century nuclear security enterprise, NNSA is committed to finding new ways to reuse unwanted material that save taxpayers money,” said Randal S. Scott, Deputy Associate Administrator for Infrastructure and Environment. “The fact that this excess titanium will be used to protect our soldiers in combat makes this accomplishment even more rewarding, and is one more example of our investment in nuclear security paying dividends in other areas.”

The titanium, valued at about $10,000, was processed and transferred to ARDEC at a cost to the Army of $2,500. The transfer saved Y-12 $12,000 in waste characterization and disposal costs. This cooperative effort between NNSA, Y-12 and ARDEC resulted in a net benefit to the government of $19,500. Based on the success of this effort, Y-12 is considering this business model to dispose of additional excess materials.

This marks the second successful transfer of materials from Y-12 to the Picatinney Arsenal. In October 2009, Y-12 transferred a large quantity of stainless steel that was used for various military support and production activities at the New Jersey site.

Established by Congress in 2000, NNSA is a separately organized agency within the U.S. Department of Energy responsible for enhancing national security through the military application of nuclear science. NNSA maintains and enhances the safety, security, reliability and performance of the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile without nuclear testing; works to reduce global danger from weapons of mass destruction; provides the U.S. Navy with safe and effective nuclear propulsion; and responds to nuclear and radiological emergencies in the United States and abroad.

Medical Uses

With its excellent biocompatibility characteristics and low-occurrence of metal-related allergic reactions, titanium is widely used as a material for implants (artificial dental implants and artificial bone). Development of applications in other medical fields is expected.

Titanium Dental Tools

In the field of dentistry, titanium alloy, which is lighter than conventional steel, is now commonly used for tools. These titanium tools have higher corrosion resistance and strength than stainless steel tools.

Artificial Dental Implants

Titanium has high biocompatibility and does not harm the human body. Therefore, it is ideal for use in dental implants.


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