Copper enriched water
A person’s need for copper per day is from 3 to 5 mg.
Copper enriched water Proraim is produced in accordance with our patented electrochemical method and was obtained by electrochemical dissolution of Copper electrodes with a purity of 99.9% in water, which means that no chemicals were used in the production, this guarantees its homogeneity and the absence of harmful impurities. Made in this way, our product has a very high level of activity, thanks to which you can take advantage of the full power of copper.
Directions for use: 2 tablespoons 3 times daily of Copper water in a glass of drinking water half an hour before meals. Proraim copper water can be used in combination with Silver water Proraim as long as they are not mixed in their concentrated forms.
Content: water, copper ions (Cu 30 mg/L).
Copper has a tonic effect, the whole body becomes resistant to infections. Doctors call copper the metal of life. There are 35 types of proteins in the body that contain copper. Due to this, it plays the role of a catalyst in the body’s metabolic processes.
– Copper is involved in the formation of connective tissue proteins – collagen and elastin, which are the basis of: bone and cartilage tissue, skin, lungs, and blood vessel walls.
– With the help of copper, the body produces peroxide dismutase, the most healing of anti-inflammatory enzymes.
– Copper plays a major role in the formation of myelin nerve sheaths, whose degeneration leads to multiple sclerosis, depression and other serious disorders of the nervous system.
– In diabetes, copper improves the action of insulin, which regulates the amount of sugar in the blood.
– Copper helps to quickly stabilize the body after a heart attack.
– The hematopoietic processes in the body are impossible without copper ions.
– Without copper ions the iron does not bind in hemoglobin and the organism falls in a state of anemia.
– Copper has a beneficial effect on hair loss and dandruff.
– Eliminates stress and improves blood circulation;
– Stimulates metabolism;
– Stimulates the absorption of vitamins and minerals;
– Stimulates the production of sex hormones, which in women increases the ability to bear healthy children, and in men sexual activity is maintained for many years;
Copper deficiency in the body manifests with general weakness, irritability, low stamina, decreased hemoglobin and development of ischemic heart disease, arrhythmia, bronchial asthma, diabetes mellitus, epilepsy and schizophrenia.
Not all the positive properties of copper have been studied by modern medicine, but for now there is a sufficiently large list of diseases where copper can have a positive effect.
Copper is indispensable for:
– Cardiovascular diseases;
– Diseases of the excretory system;
– Inflammatory processes of all organs;
– Metabolism disorders;
– Respiratory diseases;
– Rheumatism, back pain, rheumatoid arthritis;