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Homemade Copper Supplement, What To Dissolve It In?

Discussion in 'Ask For Help or Advice' started by Joeyd, Dec 5, 2018.

  1. Joeyd

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    I've recently ordered some Mitosynergy Copper (https://www.mitosynergy.com/product/copper-niacin-91-00-per-1-2-gram-copy/)

    It's a very sensitive (and expensive) form of bioavailable copper (copper 1) which is orange in colour, but if exposed to moisture it will oxidise and turn blue (copper 2), and therefore shouldnt be used.

    Ive bought the copper before and noticed great benefits that are uncomparable to the cheap blue copper supplements most often sold. But the problem is its so unstable in its powder form.

    So I'm looking for a good substance to dissolve the copper powder into, which will be most resistant to moisture. any recommendations? MCT? vitamin E?

    heres more info if anyones interested
     
  2. Soren

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    Interesting. Unfortunately I don't have any advice on what to dissolve it in but this looks like an interesting supplement. Do you know if this copper supplement could be used as a replacement for antibiotics as copper has a pretty strong antibiotic effect?
     
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    Joeyd

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    Join the Facebook group "bioavailable copper". There's a lot of good information on there and people discussing various successes in their health after taking it
     
  4. AyurvedaMGerson

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    Toxic. Search copper and estrogen.
     
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    Joeyd

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    Sorry what? Copper is toxic?
     
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    In excess its too much toxic... search copper overload, adrenal fatigue... copper buildup in liver and replace zinc sites...
     
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    I bought the powder and was going to blend it into oil, Charles Barker suggested vitamin e oil, but when I saw that they offer a mini-spoon for 1 mg doses I thought I would just try that and see how that went. So far, it's not as bad as I thought, you have to be a bit careful spooning it out, etc., but once you get the hang of it, it's not bad. https://www.mitosynergy.com/product/copper-niacin-91-00-per-1-2-gram-copy/
    I think most people should either read MitoSynergy's literature, or watch a video to understand what proper copper is compared to toxic copper.
     
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    Where is the literature? The "Information" tab on their site leads to just a video ad.
     
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    Joeyd

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    Yeah I did the same thing but after a month or so I stupidly got some moisture on the spoon and within a stil the whole thing went blue.
    My approach now is to seperate the 1g into lots of small amounts so if one goes blue I've still got the others. 1g is enough to last a very long time as you know
     
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    Sorry, most of the technical info is on the videos: , other than that the FAQ is about it.
     
  11. Dave Clark

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    Well I have been doing the spoon thing for about a week, and I am crossing my fingers the powder doesn't trun blue on me, which being winter where I am and the air being dry, I think I will be alright, however, come summer when it is hot and humid it may be another thing. I will just have to experiment if I have issues with the powder.
     
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    Joeyd

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    Yes unbound copper is toxic. Not bound. It's very common to have a deficiency of copper with high toxic levels of unbound copper. Do you know about the difference between copper 1 and copper 2?
     
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