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How to use copper for medicinal purposes?

Copper is a potent healing agent. Since ancient times, copper discs, copper powders, copper filings and copper coins have been used to treat many diseases. Now this area of ​​traditional medicine is being actively revived. Moreover, for treatment it is recommended to use old coins, preferably produced before 1961: they contain aluminum, which is involved in the construction of connective and bone tissue. In the old days, doctors noted that people wearing a copper cross were less likely than others to contract cholera during epidemics. To prevent rickets, children were given copper bracelets. Copper, according to peasants, helped with fractures. To do this, shavings from ancient copper coins were eaten with bread, and copper scraped with a knife was taken for hernia. It has now been established that copper applications reduce temperature, relieve pain, stop bleeding, normalize water and mineral metabolism, improve sleep, calm the nervous system, resolve benign tumors, relieve all inflammatory processes in the body, including inflammation of the joints, treat gynecological diseases, provide antiseptic effect, reduce the harmful effect of radiation, serve as an effective rehabilitation agent after a heart attack. Copper heals quickly, but it does not help everyone. There is a simple way to determine whether copper treatment is right for you. You need to apply a copper coin or disk to the skin. If copper adheres well to the skin and stays on it for a long time, then copper will heal you. If there is no clutch, do not waste your time: copper is not suitable for you as a remedy. It also happens that in one area of ​​the body the adhesion of copper to the skin is good, but in another it is not. This means that it is advisable to treat with copper only those sore spots or diseased organs in the area of ​​which adhesion is observed. – For heart pain, place a copper coin in the subclavian fossa. If the coin adheres to the skin, wear it for 10 days, fixing it with a band-aid and not removing it even at night: the pain disappears. The same treatment method is used to alleviate the post-infarction condition. For coronary heart disease, copper coins should be placed on the collar area and kept for 4 days. – If your hands often ache, put on thin gloves at night, putting a copper coin or a piece of copper wire compressed into a ball in them: already on the second day the pain will calm down. – If thrombophlebitis has formed on your leg as a result of a bruise, place a copper coin in your shoes under a sock or stocking. It should stick to your leg. Wear the coin until it starts to roll under your heel. Exactly the same method can be used for varicose veins. – For uterine fibroids, apply copper coins to the lower abdomen at night. – Copper coins cure hemorrhoids. To do this you will need two copper coins. One coin should be placed with its edge directly on the anus, the other should be held higher with the gluteal muscles, but so that the coins do not touch each other. – For sinusitis, small copper coins should be placed on the eyes at night, and for tinnitus, on the back of the neck, fixing the coins on the neck with a plaster. – Copper cures deafness. To improve hearing, one 2-kopeck copper coin should be stuck on the convex bone behind the ear, and the other should be attached to the ear on the side of the face. – For a headache, apply a 5-kopeck copper coin to the most painful place on the forehead, temples or back of the head: usually the pain goes away after 15 – 20 minutes. – If you apply a copper coin to the site of the bruise, the pain may temporarily intensify, but will soon disappear. Copper coins can be used for medicinal purposes by people of any age, including children, the elderly and pregnant women. Typically, coins are able to “work without rest” for several days. Then a 2-week break is taken, after which the course of treatment can be repeated. Just remember to periodically burn or wet the coins with saline solution to restore their healing properties.

Abstract of a scientific article on veterinary sciences, author of the scientific work – Karomatov Inomzhon Dzhuraevich, Turaev Pulot Temirovich

Copper has been used for medicinal purposes since ancient times. Despite the long period of time, not all beneficial properties of this metal have been studied. In ancient medicine it was believed that copper heals malignant creeping ulcers, prevents their spread, and “eats” excess meat. If you keep copper in vinegar for several days, then mix it with henna and apply it externally, it will help with coughs and hair loss. Modern scientific medicine has identified anti-inflammatory, immunomodulating, antitumor, antimicrobial properties of copper-containing substances. Copper is part of a number of enzymes – tyrosinase, cytochrome oxidase, and stimulates the hematopoietic function of the bone marrow. About 90% of the copper contained in plasma is part of ceruloplasmin. The antibiotic properties of copper are promising. In official medicine, only two preparations containing copper are used: copper sulfate, copper sulfate and copper citrate. i Nadoeli bannery? Vy vsegda mojete otklyuchit advertisement.

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COPPER AND ITS VALUE IN MEDICINE

Copper has been since ancient times used in the medical purposes. Despite big term not all useful properties of this metal are investigated. In ancient medicine considered that copper heals malignant creeping ulcers, interferes with their distribution, “eats” excess meat. If to take copper several days in vinegar, then to mix with henna and will help to apply outwardly at cough, a hair loss. In modern scientific medicine antiinflammatory, immunomodulatory, antineoplastic, antimicrobic properties of cupriferous substances are revealed. Copper is a part of a number of enzymes tyrosinase, cytochromoxidases, stimulates the haematogenic function of marrow. About 90% of the copper which is contained in plasma are a part of ceruloplasmin. Antibiotic properties of copper are perspective. In official medicine apply only two medicine containing copper Copper vitriol copper sulfate and Citrate of copper.

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COPPER AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN MEDICINE KAROMATOV INOMZHON DZHURAEVICH Head of the medical center “Magic of Health”, city ​​of Bukhara. The Republic of Uzbekistan. TURAEV PULOT TEMIROVICH teacher at Bukhara Medical College. City of Bukhara. The Republic of Uzbekistan. Key words: copper, metal therapy, ancient medicine, ceruloplasmin MIS WA UNING TIBBYOTDA AKHAMIYATI KAROMATOV INOMZHON DZHURAEVICH “The Magic of Health” Tibbiy Markazi Boshligi. Bukhoro sh. TURAEV PULOT TEMIROVICH Bukhoro tibbiyet colleges unituvchisi. Bukhoro sh. Uzbekistan Republic ABSTRACT Misning doriovor hususiyatlari nadimdan malum. Shunga naramasdan uning soglik uchun ahamiyati tuli; urganilmagan. Kadimgi olimlar hisoblašića mis havfli tarnaluvcan yaralarni davolaidi, tarnalishini oldini oladi. Agar misni sirkada sa;lab keyin tash;aridan islatilsa yutalda, soch tukilishida yordam beradi. Ilmiy tibbiyotda misning yalliglanishga ;marshi, immunomodulatory, usmalarga ;marshi, antibacterial hususiyatlari anitslangan. Inson organismida mis bir ;ator fermentlar tarkibiga kiradi, ;on ishlab chikarishni stimlaidi. Kon plasmasidagi misning 90% ceruloplasmin tarkibida joylashgan. Misning antibacterial hususiyatlari clogs. Ilmiy tibbiyotda tarkibida mis bulgan preparatlar mis vitriol va mis citratedir. Kalit suzlar: mis, metallotherapy, nadimgi tibbiyot, ceruloplasmin COPPER AND ITS VALUE IN MEDICINE KAROMA TOVINOMZHON DZHURA YEVICH head of the medical center”Health Magic” the city of Bukhara. Republic of Uzbekistan. TURAEV PULOT TEMIROVICH teacher of the Bukhara medical college. City of Bukhara. Electronic scientific journal “Biology and Integrative Medicine” 2017 No. 11 (December) Republic of Uzbekistan. Copper has been since ancient times used in the medical purposes. Despite big term not all useful properties of this metal are investigated. In ancient medicine considered that copper heals malignant creeping ulcers, interferes with their distribution, “eats” excess meat. If to take copper several days in vinegar, then to mix with henna and will help to apply outwardly at cough, a hair loss. In modern scientific medicine antiinflammatory, immunomodulatory, antineoplastic, antimicrobic properties of cupriferous substances are revealed. Copper is a part of a number of enzymes – tyrosinase, cytochromoxidases, stimulates the haematogenic function of marrow. About 90% of the copper which is contained in plasma are a part of ceruloplasmin. Antibiotic properties of copper are perspective. In official medicine apply only two medicine containing copper – Copper vitriol – copper sulfate and Citrate of copper. Key words: copper, metaltherapy, ancient medicine, ceruloplasmin Cuprum. Famous metal. This metal has been known to mankind since ancient times. Utensils have been made from copper since ancient times. Until now, in the countries of Central Asia, wedding pilaf is prepared in a copper cauldron. This metal has not lost its significance in modern science, including medicine. Intrauterine devices and some surgical instruments are made from copper. Ancient medicine considered copper an effective healing agent. The nature of copper was defined as hot and dry in degree II. Avicenna defined the nature of copper as hot and dry to the third degree. Copper heals malignant creeping ulcers, prevents their spread, and “eats” excess meat. If you keep copper in vinegar for several days, then mix it with henna and apply it externally, it will help with coughs and hair loss. If you drink Electronic scientific journal “Biology and Integrative Medicine” 2017 No. 11 (December) a solution of copper with honey water will remove “yellow water”. This solution, if applied to the palate, will cause vomiting. If you drink 2,25 g. copper, will remove ascites fluid without any consequences – [2, p.110; 5, p.680]. If copper powder is mixed with tar and lemon juice and inserted into the vagina, it will prevent pregnancy. If the metal powder is drunk in pure form or mixed with beef fat and milk and taken out, it will remove opium from the stomach – [4, p.334]. If you mix unwashed copper with honey and apply it externally, it will cure malignant ulcers, itching, dissolve tumors, strengthen the limbs – [2, p.111]. But you can’t keep food in copper dishes for a long time. Especially fermented milk and salty foods. In this case, verdigris is formed – a powerful poison. It is especially harmful to drink water that has been heated in a copper container. If you wash yourself or drink this water, it causes vitiligo – [5, p.680]. Copper sulfate is hot and dry in the IV degree. This is a strong poison. 1,75 gr. It is drunk in cases of poisoning. But if a healthy person drinks it, he will die. If you grind it in water and drop this water into your nose, it will cure epilepsy. Copper sulfate with vinegar, when applied externally, treats vitiligo – [5, p.705]. In modern folk medicine, copper is credited with many beneficial healing properties. It is believed that when applied externally, copper normalizes the general condition and normalizes blood pressure. Wearing copper bracelets, applying copper plates, nickels for hypertension, the presence of bruises, etc. are widely used – [7, p.708; 3, p.316] In modern scientific medicine, copper is not used internally. Anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory, antitumor, antimicrobial properties of copper-containing substances have been revealed – [6, p. 118]. The copper content in the human body ranges (per 100 g of dry weight) from 5 mg in the liver to 0,7 mg in the bones, in body fluids – from 100 mcg (per 100 ml) in the blood to 10 mcg in the cerebrospinal fluid. And the total amount of copper in the adult human body is about 100 mg. Copper is part of a number of enzymes – tyrosinase, cytochrome oxidase, and stimulates the hematopoietic function of the bone marrow. About 90% of the copper contained in plasma is part of ceruloplasmin. For each molecule of the latter there are 16 copper atoms, which determine the oxidase activity of this protein. Up to 90% of the element entering the body is deposited in the liver. In blood serum, copper is found in two fractions. Most (92-96%) are tightly bound to serum proteins – a compound with a-globulins (ceruloplasmin). A small portion of plasma copper is labilely bound to albumin. copper is necessary for the processes of hemoglobin formation and cannot be replaced by any other element – [3, p. 315]. Copper stimulates the maturation of reticulocytes and their transformation into red blood cells, promotes the transfer of iron to the bone marrow and its conversion into an organically bound form. One of the private consequences of a lack of copper in the body is a violation of iron utilization (ferritin) and a subsequent increase in the concentration of iron in the liver. In this case, anemia develops, as well as the synthesis of phosphatides is disrupted and the activity of cytochrome oxidase decreases – [6, p. 117]. The antiseptic properties of copper have been used since ancient times. It has been known since ancient times that water contained or transported in copper vessels was of higher quality than water contained or transported in vessels made of other materials. Copper has been noted to be effective in killing or inactivating various types of harmful bacteria, fungi and viruses, including: Acinetobacter baumannii, Aspergillus niger, Campylobacter jejuni, Enterobacter aerogenes, Helicobacter pylor, Legionella pneumophila, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecali, Clostridium difficile, Candida albicans, Escherichia coli, Listeria monocytogenes, adenovirus, influenza virus type A (H1N1), poliovirus – [1, p.9]. The mechanisms of antimicrobial action of copper are associated with provoking the leakage of potassium or glutamate through the outer membrane of bacteria; imbalance of osmotically active substances; binding to proteins, provoking oxidative stress through the formation of hydrogen peroxide. Resistance of microorganisms to copper is unlikely – copper is contained in the earth’s crust and to date not a single microorganism resistant to it has been found – [1, p.8]. Scientific studies have shown the antiulcer and gastroprotective properties of copper-containing drugs. It has been established that under the influence of honey therapy, the secretory function of the stomach is normalized, inflammatory phenomena are reduced, destructive and erosive areas disappear – [8, p. 179]. The following drugs are used in modern medicine Copper sulfate is copper sulfate. This remedy is used mainly as an antiseptic and astringent for conjunctivitis, vaginitis, urethritis in the form of a 0,25% solution. For phosphorus burns, the affected surface is generously moistened with a 0,5% solution of copper sulfate. For poisoning, white phosphorus is an antidote. At the same time, they give you 0,3-0,5 g to drink. copper sulfate, having previously dissolved it in ^ glass of water. Sometimes a copper solution Electronic scientific journal “Biology and Integrative Medicine” 2017 No. 11 (December) vitriol is taken orally (15-50 ml of 1% solution) as an emetic. Some authors prescribe 5-15 drops of a 1% solution of copper sulfate in milk, 2-3 times a day as an erythropoiesis stimulator. When treating vitiligo, take 5-15 drops of a 0,5-1% solution 3 times a day. The highest single dose, as an emetic, is 0,5 g. – [7, p.708]. Copper citrate, cuprol, is a crystalline substance, slightly soluble in vodka, easily in mineral acids. Antiseptic, used in the past externally in 5-10% ointments for trachoma, conjunctivitis. 1. Abdrakhmanov A.S., Miftakhova R.N., Islamova A.I. Antiseptic properties of copper and its alloys – Innovative potential of youth science – Proceedings of the All-Russian Scientific Conference November 8, 2013 – Ufa 2013, 6-9. 2. Abu Ali ibn Sino Canon of Medical Science Volume III Tashkent, 1996. 3. Altamyshev A. Medicinal wealth of Kyrgyzstan Frunze, Kyrgyzstan 1976 4. Amasiats Amirdovlat Unnecessary for the ignorant M., Nauka 1990. 5. Zoh,idov Kh. Kanzi shifo – Dushanbe Irfon 1991. 6. Islamova A.I., Miftakhova R.N., Abdrakhmanov A.S. The physiological role of copper and its compounds – Innovative potential of youth science – Proceedings of the All-Russian Scientific Conference November 8, 2013 – Ufa 2013, 115-118. 7. Karomatov I.D. Simple medicines Bukhara 8. Miftakhova R.N., Islamova A.I., Abdrakhmanov A.S. Medicinal properties of copper and its compounds – Innovative potential of youth science – Proceedings of the All-Russian Scientific Conference November 8, 2013 – Ufa 2013, 176-179

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