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Tips on Using a CopperZap® and How Others Use It

Pure copper kills Bird Flu virus

If you have a CopperZap, you are ready. Bird flu or avian flu viruses are in the influenza family.  Tests have shown pure copper kills influenza viruses quickly by direct physical contact. As of this writing, bird flu has not yet spread much among humans, experts say, but they fear it...

Mold fills the air after rains or floods

Mold causes allergies, sinus problems, and sleep loss. Heavy rains and flooding create perfect conditions for mold levels to explode in the air for weeks or months. Even light rain and humidity can spread mold through the air, both outside and inside the home. The result is mold allergies, sinus...

Moms are special, and make for good stories

Some of the best CopperZap® stories are about Moms. Like the skeptical son whose mom made him try a CopperZap when he felt like he was coming down with something. When it worked he said to his dad, "Don't tell Mom!" Or like the mom who insisted her husband try...

My son sent me one

"My son sent me a CopperZap several months ago after using one himself for over a year," wrote Judy L. "I have used after each period I've spent in a crowd and each time I've felt the beginnings of a scratchy throat and sneezing, stuffed nose etc.," she reported. "I...

Mom would pay a lot more

"This is amazing," wrote young mom Kristin Ann after using a CopperZap for a year and a half. "I can't believe I suffered from so many colds that turned into sinus infections," she said about the time before she got a CopperZap. "I have not caught anything since getting this,...

Gym Germs - A Million Per Square Inch

This warning about gyms came from MDVIP, an organization of medical doctors: "Joining a fitness center is one of the easiest, most convenient ways to get a well-rounded workout. But exercisers sneeze, cough and breath hard (expelling airborne droplets of germs), leaving most gyms and studios teeming with bacteria and...

Bacteria in wounds threaten life and limb

"When bacteria make their way into wounds, they literally threaten life and limb," says Scientific American. Bacteria can quickly infect any bleeding injury. Before antibiotics, Civil War doctors used copper when available to disinfect battlefield wounds. In some cases this could save an arm or a leg. Or a life....

Outdoor activity means more injuries and infections

Warm weather means more outdoor activity. We like to go out when it's nice. Kids do especially. Outdoor activity means more cuts, scrapes, blisters, and injuries. Cuts, scrapes, blisters, and injuries can mean more infections. Infections can spread and turn dangerous. They can cause tissue damage, possible serious illness, and...

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