Copper has been used in medicine and cosmetics for several thousand years. Legends
tell that the Solomon gave the Queen of Sheba a copper powder that she refined and
applied as an ointment to her face and body to preserve and enhance her beauty. Interestingly,
the same thing was said of Cleopatra and Nefertete, whom the Egyptian legends portray
as women of extraordinary beauty.
Through the centuries people wore copper ornaments close to the skin as an antidote
to various diseases, including arthritis. Besides wearing copper, many other treatments
were known and applied including the use of copper powder. Yet a completely reliable
copper treatment has only become possible today, due to the development of the electrically
produced copper colloid.
The particles of copper produced by the colloid technology are smaller than the pores
of the membranes - they can move freely throught the body, where they can provide
the necessary elementary copper supplement without causing a concentration of toxins.
Why do we need copper?
Copper is an essential trace element. It is indispensable for the creation of red
blood cells, for the albumen-exchange, for RNS synthesis (RNS is one of the molecules
defined by DNA and responsible for the production of proteins necessary for the body),
for the activity of the enzymes, for the colour of the hair and skin and for healthy
nerves. Copper also makes an important contribution to bone growth: it enables essential
assimilation of calcium and phosphorus! It is indispensable for healing processes,
for energy production within the cells and also for the ability to taste. Copper
increases the body’s capacity to absorb iron. It helps to preserve the tissues of
the heart and arteries; facilitates the regeneration of cartilage and tendons and
plays an important role in the functioning of the immune system. In order to properly
absorpb large quantities of vitamin C, the body needs additional copper. Together
with zinc and vitamin C, copper greatly contributes to the production of elastine,
which is responsible for the elasticity of our skin.
What are the signs of copper deficiency?
One of the earliest symptoms is osteoporosis. The work of Dr. Robert O. Becker, published
15 years ago suggests that copper’ electromagnetic binding power keeps the Apatite
crystals, which constitute our bones, and the collagen fibres together. Thus, the
lack of copper in the bones and in the collagen areas could be the missing link responsible
for causing osteoporosis.
Collagen is one of the most basic proteins for the bones, skin and tissues: and copper
is indispensable for its production. Copper deficiency causes disturbance in the
synthesis of collagens and elastines.
Other symptoms of copper deficiency include: diarrhoea, skin inflammation, loss of
hair, general weakness, fatigue, irritation, respiratory problems, anaemia, and blood-pressure
Copper helps in the integration of iron in haemoglobins. In the case of copper deficiency
iron supplements will not improve the condition of the illness.
Copper deficiency leads to dangerous rise of the blood-cholesterol level. It is thus
one of the factors responsible for the illnesses of coronary circulation and cerebral
haemorrhage. Copper is vital for the maintenance of the connective tissues of the
heart and veins.
Copper is the basic element of many vitally important enzymes. Together with zinc,
copper activates the functioning of Superoxide-dismutase enzyme, which effects the
neutralization of the free radicals produced in the body. This process leads – among
other things – to the relief of rheumatic pains. Citrochrome-c-oxidase enzyme, containing
iron and copper, activates the last reaction of the respiratory chain. If the functioning
the enzyme is hampered, the cells cease functioning in a very short time.
The genetic code of albinos lacks the so-called tyrosinase gene, which controls the
production of copper-containing enzymes. This enzyme transforms the tyrosine amino-acids
into melanin, which is responsible for the skin’s natural colour. Without tyrosinase
enzyme, the body cannot produce melanin, the pigment responsible for skin colouration,
and for colour in the hair and the eyes.
Other important enzymes containing copper that are important for the development
of the human body are dopamin-b-hydroxilase, lysyl-oxidase and amin-oxidase.
Copper plays an important role in the treatment of specific skin-diseases and bacterial
infections (also mycoses). It lessens the risk of Candida infection.
It is responsible for the production and functioning of myelin, which surrounds and
protects the nerve- and the brain-cells. It also plays an important role in the information
exchange between nerve cells.
Copper is ideal for the treatment of wrinkles and for increasing the suppleness of
the skin. Today copper is used as an active substance in many high quality facial
beauty creams. Applied directly to the skin it can improve the condition of varicose
Applied internally, copper nourishes the blood, purifies veins and arteries and improves
circulation. Copper creates the necessary conditions to reverse the greying of the
hair, owing to the chemical change that it casues in the roots of the hair.
The human body needs 1-2 mg copper daily. Usually it is acquired through food; otherwise
it can be absorbed through the skin. At an advanced age it is important to maintain
a correct level of copper in the body. Copper deficiency is the cause of many common
Observation has also shown that copper colloid, when taken between the teeth, stimulates
clear thinking as it accelerates the brain synapses function.
All in all, copper is an excellent ingredient for health and beauty, stimulating
the brain, clearing the veins and arteries; it is an antioxidant, and maintains the
suppleness of the skin.
With so many positive effects, copper could easily be called the source of eternal
The product is a completely natural mineral nutritional supplement, containing 99,99%
of pure colloidal copper dissolved in distilled water. Contains no colouring or artificial
One or two teaspoons daily at mealtime.
• Linder, M.C., Hazegh-Azam, M.: Copper biochemistry and molecular biology Am. J.
Clin. Nutr., 63, 797-811 (1996).
• Uauy, R., Olivares, M., Gonzalez, M.: Essentiality of copper in humans Am. J. Clin.
Nutr., 67, 952-959 (1998).
• New! Werner Kühni, Walter von Holst: Silber als Medizin AT Verlag 2008 ISBN 978-3-03800-355-7
Clients’ reviews of copper colloid
I have been taking copper colloid for many months. On October 18th I had to undergo
a bone density examination. Up to now I have tried every possible medicine, without
any result. Thanks to the colloid my condition has visibly improved. I also have
a blood pressure problem. It causes me to sleep a lot, often right through the day.
Now I do not sleep during the day any more, and I can stay awake longer during the
evenings. The last test I had showed that my blood is perfectly healthy. Unfortunately
my daughter has similar problems, but I believe that the copper colloid will help
her too. Rosalia B.
I have been taking a teaspoonful of colloid for a month and can report the following
change: The swelling of veins on my legs is visibly reduced. I can stand better or
sit without stretching my legs to rest. My hair colour has grown darker. You can’t
see any more grey hair – on the contrary about 50% of the original colour has returned. Rita
I have a very high level of iron in my blood and have never been able to do anything
about it, despite trying many different types of medicine. Three months after I began
taking the colloid, a great change began to appear. My GP was amazed and asked how
I had managed to make it happen. Somehow I did not want to tell him. I consider it
to be a professional secret. My hair was almost completely grey, which is normal
at my age. Now the hair has begun to turn dark again. Many of my friends have already
asked me how it happened. It is the effect of the copper colloid. Csaba B.
I have always been interested in cosmetics and in staying young. I was fascinated
when I first heard of copper colloid. I have been rubbing it into my face and taking
it internally for a week. Even after this seemingly short amount of time my skin
has became smooth and supple. It is hard to believe that such things even exist!
Frau Zs. K.
Source: www.termektapasztalatok.hu (Experiences with the products)