Copper seems to be an essential trace element. Necessary for the absorption and utilisation of Iron; helps oxidise vitamin C and works with vitamin C to form elastin Copper aids in the formation of red blood cells and helps proper bone formation and maintenance.
Over the centuries, copper has been reported as a beauty aid, known as the Fountain of Youth. “It helps arthritic pain, is anti-inflammatory, may relieve cramps, flu and viruses, fatigue, psoriasis and coughs. Copper is traditionally associated with arthritis and rheumatism and a deficiency can result in grey hair, skin wrinkles, including crow’s feet, varicose veins and saggy skin.
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