Copper is a common metal found throughout the world, it is believed the name is derived from the the Greek word kyprios, the Island Cyprus where the copper was initially found and mined in ancient times, the name copper also comes from the Latin word cuprum. (Allison Buttsed), Copper: The Science and Technology of the Metal, Its Alloy and Compounds (New York: Reinhold Publishing Corp. Published 1954). Pure copper is the colour of copper - red. In homoeopathy copper is used to treat cramps, convulsions, nervous disorders, sexual organ imbalances, and mental and physical exhaustion from over-exertion of the mind or from loss of sleep.
Copper is known to be specifically appropriate for joint problems which are often caused by parasitic invasion, such as Malaria, Dengue and Ross River fever infections, to name just three, these are caused by blood-sucking insect carriers which introduce the parasites when they probe the skin, always leaving parasites if the host insect is infected. Colloidal Copper has also been used as a remedy for grey hair, burns, arthritis, parasites, and viral and bacterial infections. Research has shown that Colloidal Copper can kill over 600 microbes. It is has been used to treat a wide range of inflammatory disorders, including ankylosing spondylitis, arthritis, erythema nodosum, osteoarthritis, rheumatic fever, rheumatoid arthritis, sciatica, and Wilson's disease. Copper alleviates anaemia and molybdenum deficiency, and the copper intra-uterine device (lUD) is today commonly recommended and used for birth control.
Copper can be used to help stabilise and to balance the flow of blood within the body also helping to increase circulatory functions when necessary. It can be used to cleanse wounds and to fight bacterial infection. It has also been used in the treatment of arthritis, bursitis, and rheumatism, and to stimulate the metabolic processes. In anthroposophical medicine, copper is used to harmonise and balance the action of the astral body with the physical body. An imbalance between these two bodies can result in a wide range of mental and physical disorders. Copper is called the metal of assimilation because it alleviates intestinal disorders and stimulates metabolism.
Natural Copper Mineral Suspended In Distilled Mountain Rainwater
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