Latin, Zoological, Botanical and mineralogical name/s:
|Cuprum, Cuprum Met., Cupr.
General description and domicile:
Found virtually all over the world as thin sheets of metal deposits
between volcanic rock, copper is one of the most widely used metals as it is
highly conductive and corrosion resistant. Electricity supply, water supplies,
communications and electrical generators and motors all rely heavily on copper
wires or pipes.
Copper is toxic although acute copper poisoning is rare today.
copper can be handled with safety, any form of ingested copper could be harmful
in significant dosage.
Part used and extraction:
Copper in its metallic form is used.
Triturated with lactose and repeatedly ground, the metal is dissolved in
water to obtain mother tincture
The use of copper in remedies and the awareness of its toxicity can be
traced back to the very beginning of civilization. Until quite recently copper
was still used in ointments for the treatment of wounds and many believe that
wearing a copper bracelet eases the pain of arthritis still today.
Proved by Hahnemann
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Cuprum people are prone to mood swings and take themselves very seriously.
They control their emotions very rigidly and are inclined to judge themselves
harshly. They can be very stubborn and reluctant to show anger. When disturbed
or angry they will become withdrawn and quiet. When this intense self control
slips they could become violently and as children throw prolonged tantrums. When
ill they become very withdrawn.
Physically they suffer from cold feet and hands and when ill tend to have cold,
blue lips and a pale drawn face.
The remedy is mostly for cramps, convulsions and respiratory problems.
Suppressed emotions, self judgment, cramps, cold hands and feet, blue
Used for treatment of:
Muscular pain (accompanied by cramps)
Abdominal pain and cramps
General Symptoms Worse for:
Factors/Conditions that make the symptoms worse
General Symptoms Better for:
Factors/Conditions that improve symptoms
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