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Copper kills viruses and bacteria

Copper kills microbes on contact. Microbes include viruses, bacteria and fungus.

Ancient Greeks and Egyptians used copper to purify water and help wounds heal faster.

Now scientists understand why copper has been used throughout history as a disinfectant.

Shown by 20 years of research

Hundreds of studies have shown copper kills germs just by touch.

The EPA has officially declared copper to be antimicrobial because it kills viruses and bacteria on contact.

Scientists say the high electrical conductance of copper disrupts the electrical balance in a microbe and destroys it rapidly.

American Society for Microbiology

"Viruses and bacteria are rapidly killed by copper."

CopperZap puts copper right where you need it

CopperZap is a revolutionary device designed to put the power of copper right where you need it, when you need it most.

It has a special shape and texture to give it maximum contact with germs in your nose before they spread out.

It is the only product designed to reach the exact place where germs collect and multiply.

Germs Threatening? Copper can stop them.

When germs get in your nose they can spread out and cause misery, unless you stop them early.

Feel a tickle in the nose? It could be caused by germs.

Use copper in the nose right away and zap them at the source.

National Institutes of Health

"The antimicrobial activity of copper is now well established."

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Statements in this document are not intended and should not be interpreted as product health claims, and have not been evaluated by the FDA. CopperZap® is not claimed to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Not for environmental use. Does not replace any health practices like hand-washing or vaccines. Seek medical advice for illness or health emergency.