In ancient times, the "gods" gave people the advice to use copper and later silver as well, apparently primarily because of their antiseptic properties.
In modern times, this property was observed and named by the Swiss botanist Carl Wilhelm von Nägeli
. In 1893 his work "On oligodynamic phenomena in living cells" was published posthumously.
The oligodynamic effect (from Greek oligos
"few" and dynamis
"force") is a biocidal effect of certain metals on various pathogens, which occurs even in low concentrations.
The most important, if not key, role in the mechanism of action of such low doses is played by the "phantom effect" of the crystal and molecular matrix of a substance, which is read, reflected and stored by the structure and the field of water.
With regard to the "gadgets of the gods" it is significant that the metals used, when combined, greatly enhance the properties of one another and become more than just antimicrobial.
The intention of the "advisor gods" went much further.
Copper plays an important role in the metabolism of all living things, starting with the simplest cell. Copper is part of the biocatalysts — enzymes without which no life is possible. Only millennia later did biologists call it the "metal of life".
As the main regulator, copper is directly or indirectly involved in most of the metabolic processes in the organism. The main biochemical function of copper in the organism is as an activator of enzymatic reactions.
At the beginning of the 20th century, the famous Russian doctor Alexandr Zalmanov wrote:"It should be always borne in mind that illnesses initially only represent a slight deviation from physiological processes. In order to eliminate the signs of illness, conditions must first be created to improve metabolism."
Small doses of copper entering the body through the skin when using copper patches as well as "Wands of Horus" and insoles with copper-zinc inserts affect the metabolism of carbohydrates in the body (lower the blood sugar), minerals (reduce the amount of phosphorus in the blood) and others.
An increase in the copper content in the blood supports the conversion of mineral iron compounds into organic ones and stimulates hemoglobin synthesis in the liver. Copper deficiency can result in the following diseases:
- Bronchial asthma
- Vitiligo (patches of the skin losing their pigment)
- Muscular dystrophy
- Erectile dysfunction with decreased sexual drive
- Coronary heart disease
- Myopathy (muscle disorders)
- Neuritis (inflammation of the nerves)
- Diabetes mellitus
- Pregnancy Toxemia
- Pulmonary tuberculosis
- EpilepsyAt the same time, the body's need for copper is increased, especially with the following diseases:
- Ankylosing spondylitis (a type of arthritis)
- Antral gastritis
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Liver cirrhosis
- Peptic ulcer disease (PUD)
Below is a quotation from the "Collection of Traditional Medicine and Non-Traditional Methods of Treatment" by Dr. G.Z. Minedjan:
"...Application of copper
- acts antipyretic;
- relieves pain;
- has a hemostatic effect;
- has a strong antibacterial effect;
- activates the water and mineral metabolism;
- improves sleep;
- soothes the central nervous system;
- activates the action of insulin in the blood;
- enhances leukocyte functions;
- stimulates the regression of benign tumors such as breast lumps, uterine fibroids, mastitis, etc.;
- helps to improve the condition of tuberculosis.
Copper applications have proven themselves and are recommended in the treatment of inflammatory processes such as:
- Chronic Otitis media;
- Chronic bronchitis;
- Kidney inflammation;
- Septic arthritis;
- Kidney stones;
- Cholecystitis (inflammation of the gallbladder);
- Skin diseases, etc.
- As well as improve the condition of:
- Follicular conjunctivitis;
- Injuries of various kinds;
- Cardiovascular problems (heart, veins, thrombophlebitis).
In addition, copper applications help with regeneration after a heart attack and are recommended for diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer, gastritis and colitis.
Copper application is also helpful in treating hearing problems, tinnitus, tendovaginitis, incisional hernia, hemorrhoids, cold abscesses, as well as improving post-operative regeneration and treating rheumatoid arthritis."
It is no coincidence that even a hundred years ago, applications using ancient copper coins (piataks) were widespread in Russia.