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Health Benefits of Copper

posted on 17.03.2017 13:20 hour

Did you know that copper contributes immensely to human health?


The information below-mentioned will give you a brief introduction of what copper is able to do for you!


Copper and its influence on water

    Copper positively energizes water, giving it a more pleasant taste as well as contributing enormously to its quality. In ancient times, copper was used to purify water and is still used today with Ayurveda. It is said that our mood and attitude improves by its effect to clean and cleanse the human body from inside, filling it with positive energy due to the toxic effect of this metal towards undesired micro-organisms such as molds, spores, bacteria, fungi and virus.

    By drinking the purified water, a cleaning process within the body is put in motion that improves the overall health tremendously, especially due to the ionizing effect of copper.  This research has been proven by various scientists all over the world who were experimenting with copper and studying its effects for quite a long time.

Copper as a form of medicine

    Copper plays an important role in the absorption of iron in our body and eliminates free radicals which damage the cells in our bodies. Therefore, it is a natural protection for our cells which contributes to a younger look of the skin. The ancient Egyptians also used copper as a form of medicine to cure sore throat and eye infections as well as to prevent wounds from getting infected. Furthermore, it was very common to weave copper into blankets if they were used by more than one person to prevent the spread of bacteria.

   Copper best works on our body through ingestion, so it can start healing and cleansing from inside such as contributing to a strong immune system as well as healthy bones. The recommended daily copper intake for adults is around 0.9 to 1.3 mg/day and should not be exceeded. Natural sources of copper can be found in the following: shellfish, organ meats, beans, nuts, whole grains, leafy green vegetables, dried fruit, and yeast.

    So how about preparing a tasty meal in a copper pot or drinking your morning coffee in a copper cup? You will feel the benefits! Plus, cooked foods taste much better by cooking them in copper pans or pots. Copper will even reduce bad cholesterol levels and increase beneficial cholesterol. So why don’t you give it a try? You can only win!