Copper, the metal of Venus is used since time immemorial. During the 16th century Paracelsus applied copper in case of epilepsy, syphilis, insanity and pulmonary diseases. Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of homeopathy, was fully aware about the effects of this metal.
Copper may be helpful in the following circumstances:
>• transmitted diseases
>• relationship problems
>• immune system disorders
>• gastro duodenal disorders
>• in case of inflammatory diseases
>• cramped respiratory organs
>• protein metabolism disorders
>• loss of hair, hormone diseases
>• nervous and muscular tensions
>• anxiety states, unbalanced diet
>• muscoviscidosis, hyperthyroidism
>• kidney problems, sexual weakness
>• problems with falling asleep / sleeping through
>• vein disorders such as venous stasis, varicose veins
A mild deficiency of copper in our organisms generally shows no undesired side effects; only a distinctive copper deficiency can cause health problems. A deficiency of copper can arise through unbalanced diet or malabsorption. Malabsorption is a chronic state arising from abnormality in absorption of food nutrients across the gastrointestinal tract into the lymphatic vessel and circulatory system. Known causes are, for example, chronic inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract or congenital diseases.
Further typical indications for copper deficiency are:
>• bone diseases
>• growth disturbance
>• cardio-vascular diseases
>• anorexia and weight loss
>• immune and nervous diseases
>• pigmentation of the skin and the hair
Generally speaking, a misbalanced copper level in the body normally triggers inflammation processes.
Slight copper values are often to be found with the following maladies: cancer, hepatitis, diabetes, gastritis, constipation, cardiac insufficiency, hypertension and hypotension, cardiac arrhythmias, eczemas, paradontosis and bronchitis. Diseases, such as mucoviscidosis (cystic fibrosis) and nephritic syndrom (disorder in which the kidneys are damaged), are often to be found if the patient is suffering from a deficiency of copper.
But there exist also diseases which base on an excess on copper:
>• osteoarthrosis (degenerative joint disease)
>• colitis (acute or chronic inflammation of the colon)
>• prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate gland)
>• sinusitis (inflammation of the paranasal sinuses)
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