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Simple Copper Complexes Are A Powerful Alternative To Antibiotics

Discussion in 'Scientific Studies' started by haidut, May 26, 2017.

  1. Joeyd

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    Yes I'm looking for a copper supplement also
     
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    I'm considering buying a copper bracelet. There's another thread that briefly mentions the bracelets- supposedly Ray said it isn't much of a risk of absorbing too much unless you sweat a lot. I'm wondering if it's useful at all to wear one. Any updated thoughts?
     
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    In Australia, there are naturally occurring copper lakes. They look just like normal lakes, just a bit more bluish in colour. Locals suggest to avoid drinking the water from these lakes due to the bad headaches that can result from presumably a small amount. This seems to be common knowledge in these areas. I've seen fish swimming in the lakes without any problem. Not sure if a contaminant in the water could explain the headaches though. These lakes were far away from the influence of industrialization. They were in the outback.
     
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    Does goats cheese have high copper?
     
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    yes, more than cow's
     
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    Since childhood, I have used copper for flues and colds. It works.

    BUT last year when I was very ill, not only it did not work, but I had to stop it. it was incredible, I was nausaous and the taste was terrible and I could not stand it. I concluded there was a problem that my body was telling me and stopped.

    If I add that zinc was part of my recovery, maybe I have some clue! BE CAREFUL if you supplement with copper. I would use it ONLY when I am ill. Or else you need to be sure you lack it, and you CANNOT be sure. You can have too much and it is stored in the liver, and then it looks like a carency but you have it unavailable.

    And doesn't copper increase estrogens?
     
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    Hey Haidut, have you took that idea any further? Im getting tired of dying my barnet every month.
     
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    Why not simply drop a copper penny into a 1oz glass of vinegar and use the resulting solution (copper acetate)?
     
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    So rubbing that in should get some copper into the hair shaft then? I presume it would be good for dandruff (the vinegar) too.
     
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    Not sure why you are trying to rub it onto your hair. If it is for hair color, then even slight wetting of the hair with the copper solution should be enough.
     
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    To be clear, do you mean simply that it will dye the hair a coppery color. I think this is what you mean.

    But copper is sometimes implicated (wrongly or rightly) in hair losing pigment, ie turning gray. And some have hypothesized (although I've never seen proof) that correcting a copper deficiency will return color to gray hair.

    If you mean the latter, I'd be interested in trying it.
     
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    No, I meant it should reverse gray color as Peat mentioned.
     
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    I like that answer. Will have to try one of these days.
     
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    Do you guys think a copper serum could cause moles on the face in the long term?
     
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    This would be great as a replacement for antibiotics any chance of an antibiotic like Idealabs supplement in the future?
     
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    As I replied to you in another post, combining a MB dose of 5mg-15mg and then eposing yourself to bright sunlight or powerful lamps for 30min-60min may provide the same effects as antibiotics. The copper and other metals would be much riskier as they are more toxic in higher doses.
     
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    Thanks Haidut. Any thoughts on what kind of energy dose of light would be required? I have a full body red and near infrared light device that emits about 100mw per cm2 at a distance of 20cm. Or is not about the amount of energy and more the amount of time you are exposed to the light in order to create the ROS needed to kill the bacteria.

    Also how long after consumption does MB take to reach physiological levels in the body? I'm guessing just an hour or so.
     
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    About 15min after ingesting MB should be enough of a wait. Exposure to a few hundred watts of red/incandescent bulbs should provide bright-enough light.
     
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