Copper's Interactions with diseases
Copper is used for: Dysentery, dysmenorrhea, epilepsy, liver conditions, nephritis, thyroid disorders, typhoid, ulcers, varices, varicose veins, and spastic and atonic constipation. Copper’s use for other common health malodies may include chilliness, dizziness, nausea, night fever, and poor pulse. Glandular functions improve, and copper promotes capillary action and formation of the red corpuscles. Copper is most frequently used to alleviate throat problems including coughing, hoarseness, laryngeal catarrh, and difficulty in swallowing. Copper may also ease a fear of death, poor memory, and an inability to retain thoughts.
"Copper may also ease a fear of death, poor memory, and an inability to retain thoughts."