What we should know about Copper soap?

What we should know about Copper soap?

I recently started my copper soap experiments as part of liquid plasma feeding research about new recipes and applications of essential microelements for human health.

Millions of people annually are killed by fungal infections. Copper is essential trace element that plays an important role at the host-pathogen treatment during infection. Copper is lethal to lower living forms such as bacterias and some fungus in certain concentrations and is safe to use for humans in topical applications. Since ancient times, Cu and its oxides are known to apply for various biomedical applications like wound healing ointments, dental work, food packaging, coating on clinical equipment etc., due to its inherent antimicrobial and anticancer activity, even drinking of low concentration copper water is mentioned.

Just be aware that copper could be used just as treatment for specific conditions and long term uses should be avoid or balanced with appropriate Zn applications.

Copper is used in many cultures for at least last 8000 years and it could be useful to deal with many very unpleasant situation in our life. Just educated yourself before to use any of copper supplements, especially if you are vegan, because most of vegans have excess of copper and deficiency of iron and zinc. Women needs more copper than man (they need zinc) for healthy sexual life. Weigh loss could be controlled by copper supplements as well can heat up your body if you have always cold hands and legs, it fights aging of skin because plays important role in collagen production and help hydrate and firm and tighten your look.

Copper has ability to be in state  of reduced (Cu+) and oxidized (Cu2+) and it is an essential trace element for virtually all organisms. It is responsible for so many functions in our body about what you can read more here

What we know about copper soap?

Small quantities of copper soap  are employed mainly for rot-proofing textiles, ropes, etc. They are also used in paints as they are soluble in oils, white spirits, etc. Latest scientific experiments show that copper is successfully integrated in pillowcases and socks.

Cu is used as an antimicrobial surface in veterinary and healthcare settings and surfaces, where studies have shown a reduction of infections in hospitals that had used Cu surfaces on doorknobs, handrails, and other public open surfaces.

Cu is the active ingredient of Bordeaux and Burgundy mixtures, used as a vineyard fungicide for more than last hundred years.

Early civilizations used Cu to sterilize water and treat wounds, and in more recent times, workers in Cu smelting plants were protected from 19th century cholera epidemics.

Cu accumulation beyond homeostatic levels (balanced level) is highly toxic in bacterial cells, fungi, and even mammals. Indeed, Cu in one form or another has been used through the ages as a potent antimicrobial agent.

Just remember it could be use as effective prevention application time to time to deal with some unpleasant skin infection.

Copper soap online workshop will be announced soon and will take place in the autumn 2018.

 

 

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How to make copper MCP's find here.

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