Copper kills viruses and bacteria rapidly on contact, according to government and university scientists.
CopperZap® is pure copper.
It has a special shape and texture to give it maximum contact with germs on your skin or in your nose before they get into your system.
Many germs collect in the nose before they multiply and spread out. That includes many viruses and bacteria that cause disease.
CopperZap is designed to reach the right place in the nose, where those germs collect. It is also designed for fingers and hands where you may have picked up germs by touching things a sick person has touched.
It's copper is 99.9% pure, which tests show is most effective at killing viruses, bacteria, and fungus.
Colds start soon after cold viruses get in your nose. They collect there and then multiply, spread out, and soon cause cold symptoms.
Many people recognize a cold about to start when they feel a tickle in the nose or a scratchy throat.
That's the time to use solid copper in the nose right away, or within 3 hours at the most.
The tip of the CopperZap fits just right in the groove along the bottom of the nostril where cold viruses first collect. Touch it all around that area for 60 seconds on each side.
Sinus trouble also comes from viruses, bacteria, or fungus in the nostril in many cases.
Getting sick after air travel also often comes from germs you breath in or pick up on your hands.
Science has discovered a quick way to kill many viruses – touch them with copper. You want a direct touch in the right place, before the viruses spread out too far.
Researchers at labs and universities worldwide agree – copper kills microbes naturally, just by touch.
Ancient Greeks and Egyptians used copper thousands of years ago to purify water and heal wounds. The British Navy used copper hundreds of years ago to keep drinking water pure on long ocean voyages.
American Civil War doctors used copper on wounds to prevent infection. They didn’t know about viruses and bacteria, but now we do.
Researchers say a tiny electric charge in microbe cells gets short-circuited by the high conductance of copper. This destroys the microbe germ rapidly.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) tested several germs responsible for spreading illness in hospitals. The germs all died rapidly on copper surfaces.
Some hospitals have responded by switching to copper for “touch surfaces,” like faucets, doorknobs, tray tables, and bed rails. Reports say this has cut the spread of MRSA and other illnesses in these hospitals by over half, and saved lives.
The EPA regulates pesticides. Copper is considered a when used environmentally, such as in surfaces in hospitals. It is the only solid material the EPA has registered as antimicrobial, meaning it kill microbes such as viruses, bacteria, and fungus.
(Pesticides specifically exclude items used in or on the human body, such as CopperZap, which is not regulated by the EPA.)
CopperZap is not a substitute for any health practice, such as hand-washing, distancing, or masks. Seek and follow professional medical advice for any illness, health condition, or medical emergency.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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Many germs have become resistant to antibiotics. Copper even kills antibiotic-resistant germs it has been tested on.
If you have been around a sick person, or been where sick people have been, like a doctor’s office or hospital, you may be at risk. You can pick up antibiotic-resistant microbes on your fingers from touching things other people have touched.
Whenever you shake hands or touch public items, like doorknobs, railings, elevator buttons, chairs in a restaurant, or even money, you can pick up germs from many different people. Rub your CopperZap for 60 seconds all over your hands and fingers.
"Great for teachers who are around germs all the time."Jeanette, CO