Keywords for the COPPER*CARD
physical and mental fatigue, hair loss, anxiety, venous disorders, kidney problems, hyperthyroidism, nervous and muscular tension, cystic fibrosis (metabolic disease)
The COPPER*CARD was primarily developed to inform water in such a way that it will - energetically speaking - show the health-promoting properties attributed to copper ... such as - just to name one example - to promote the transport of electrons and to produce energy.
The trace element copper fulfills many different tasks in the human body: It is involved in the formation of red blood cells and plays an important role in the function of the central nervous system. Enzymes that contain copper protect our cell membranes from damage caused by free radicals.
To revive water, place the COPPER*CARD under a glass or carafe of fresh water. If desired, you can leave the Energy Card under the carafe during the day (and overnight) and refill it with fresh water from time to time.
The antimicrobial effect of copper was known to the physicians of ancient Greece. Current scientific studies prove that copper is an ingenious germicide. Its properties play an enormously important role in the fight against hospital germs. The ECDC (European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control) estimates that three million people in Europe become infected with multi-resistant bacteria every year and that about 50,000 of them die as a result of hospital bacteria.
Copper door handles provide a remedy. Field trials and laboratory tests show that 99.96 percent of bacteria, including the highly dangerous MRSA pathogens, are eliminated on copper surfaces within a period of a few minutes to two hours. On stainless steel surfaces, on the other hand, survival rates of the same microbes of up to three days are measured.
Typical signs of copper deficiency are
• growth disorders
• bone diseases
• cardiovascular diseases
• loss of appetite and weight loss
• pigmentation of skin and hair
• disorder of the immune and nervous system
Generally speaking, an unbalanced copper level in the body triggers inflammatory processes. Insufficient copper levels are therefore frequently found in the following diseases: cancer, hepatitis, diabetes, cystic fibrosis, gastritis, constipation, heart failure, high / low blood pressure, cardiac arrhythmia, eczema, periodontosis and bronchitis.
Anthroposophy / Chinese medicine
Copper is one of the seven planetary metals and is associated with Venus and the kidneys. The kidneys are associated with themes such as fear, constriction and resistance.The veins (Venus) and cramps (copper) are expressions of kidney problems.
Copper can balance feelings of jealousy and excessive pride and activate the senses and consciousness. This metal is also associated with all sensory organs, the hormonal system, skin, hair and nails.
Ancient Greek physicians were aware of the antimicrobial effect of this metal. Current scientific studies prove that copper is an ingenious germ killer.
Its properties play an enormously important role in the fight against hospital germs.
Copper in naturopathy
Copper, the metal of Venus, has been used in medicine since time immemorial. As early as the 16th century, Paracelsus used copper to treat various illnesses. Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of homeopathy, was also clearly aware of the positive properties of copper.
Energetically supportive properties of copper:
>• anxiety, kidney problems
>• for disorders of the immune system
>• hair loss and cystic fibrosis
>• problems falling asleep and sleeping through the night
>• nervous and muscular tension
>• venous disorders such as congestion and varicose veins
A copper deficiency can be caused by an unbalanced diet or by malabsorption. This is a chronic pathological condition in which the absorption of food through the intestinal wall into the lymphatic or bloodstream is reduced. Causes include congenital diseases or chronic inflammation of the intestinal tract. A slight deficiency of copper in the body generally has no undesirable effects; only a pronounced copper deficiency can cause health problems.
Other typical signs of copper deficiency are
Generally speaking, an unbalanced copper level in the body triggers inflammatory processes. Furthermore, copper deficiency is also associated with the following health problems: Immune and nervous system dysfunction, growth disorders, bone disease, cardiovascular disease, loss of appetite and weight loss, pigmentation of skin and hair. Insufficient copper levels are often found in the following diseases: Cancer, hepatitis, diabetes, gastritis, constipation, cardiac insufficiency, high/low blood pressure, cardiac arrhythmia, eczema, periodontal disease and bronchitis. In diseases such as cystic fibrosis and nephrotic syndrome (impaired protein metabolism), there is a pronounced copper deficiency.
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