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The Story of Copper

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» Created 13.8 billion years ago
» Found in most living and non living things on earth
» Copper is essential to health, wellness, and beauty
» Copper deficiency related to greying hair and hair loss

 MONEY, RELAXATION, HAPPY HOUR, THE ROMANS
&
COPPERHED, ALL HAVE ONE THING IN COMMON...

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» Copper (29th element on the periodical table) was the
   first metal used by man over 11,000 years ago
» Used by the Roman Empire for cooking and coinage
» Used by Egyptians for tools and mirrors
» Excellent conductor of electricity and heat
» Resistant to corrosion from air and water
» Prevents the growth of bacteria and inhibits
   growth of fungus

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» Absorb copper while soaking in a copper tub
» Happy hour is healthy hour when drinking from
   a 100% copper mug


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 In addition to copper playing a key role in hair and skin pigment and hair growth,
it is also instrumental in a number of other bodily functions.
Copper is a necessary element for the following:

» Brain function
» Liver function
» Improves underactive thyroid function
» Reduces internal inflammation like arthritis & osteoporosis
» Key Reinforcement in connective tissues around all arteries
» Strengthens Bones
» Responsible in creation of Collagen and Elastin in our skin
» Responsible for Factor V for bloodclotting
» Improves our immune system to fight elements like
   Cancer Tumors, Parasites, Fungus, and Bacteria
» Energy For Our Metabolism

 COPPER DEFICIENCY IS A KNOWN CAUSE
IN MANY HUMAN HEALTH ISSUES LIKE:

» Increased risk of
   bone fractures
» Enlarged Heart & Aorta
   causing Aneurysms
» Epilepsy » Varicose Veins
» Anemia » Skin Wrinkling
» Cardiovascular Disease » Hernias
» Reduced Fat Metabolism » High Cholesterol
» Scoliosis » Heart Attacks
» Skeletal Abnormalities » Hair Loss
» Infertility » Grey Hair

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» Rheumatism » Cleansed kidneys
» Arthritis » Healthy digestive track
» Osteoporosis » Slower aging
» Tendonitis and sports injury » More beautiful hair