Why do we tend to get sick in January?
- Winter weather makes us more susceptible to colds and flu.
- Kids and grandkids are back in school catching other kids’ holiday germs.
- People brought back bad germs from holiday travel.
- Cold weather keeps us indoors. Germs love the closeness!
Bad germs visit from person to person, by air from coughs and sneezes, by objects we touch, or by physical closeness.
Germs treat each new person like a wonderful new host. They multiply like rabbits, only much faster!
That’s why January is such an important time to always have a CopperZap with you. Use it right away at the slightest tickle in your nose or sore throat (see Directions), and after you’re around people who might be sick.
Use it also on your hands and fingers for 30 seconds or so when you have been touching things a sick person may have touched recently. Their bad germs want you for a new host!
Germs love January, but they hate copper! Use copper to stop bad germs before they make you sick.
If everyone used a CopperZap, January would be no fun for bad germs.
Doug Cornell, PhD
People use CopperZaps against:
Colds and Flu
Sinus trouble from germs
Cold sores or Fever blisters
Canker sores that get infected
Sleep disruption by congestion
Stuffy nose, Drippy nose
Hay fever worsened by Bacteria
Pink Eye and Styes
Cuts and Wounds
Thrush and Tongue infections
Getting sick after air travel
CopperZaps are made in the US of solid pure American germ-killing copper.
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