But How Does Copper Affect Our Health?
Apart from being used for tools and jewelry, it has a long history of being used for its medicinal benefits.
Both Vedic people and ancient Egyptians used it to make vessels for keeping great amounts of water — they kept water fresh, which made it safer to drink.
Benefit #2: Soothes the Joints
Benefit #3: Helps The Digestive System
It can also destroy bacteria, which can help you eliminate harmful microorganisms that may cause upset stomach.
Having this in mind, limit the intake of copper, so you can prevent the destruction of the “good” gut bacteria.
Benefit #4: Balances The Thyroid Function
And even though copper is not a replacement for a healthy life, supplementary copper can open up the blood vessels and reduce arterial plaque, preventing blockages.
Benefit #6: Strengthens Hair
Even though it is not scientifically confirmed the copper supports the spleen and liver functions, the Vedic people used it claiming it is healthy for the lymphatic system, spleen and liver.
Benefit #8: Healthy Skin