Koper en Zilver
Healing benefits of Copper and Silver













In earlier times people ate with Silver cutlery and by doing so they got the benefits of Silver within their system.

Same is true for Copper: drinking from a Copper cup provides you some copper which will benefit your health. These times we do not do such things anymore. And we deplete the soil from Copper by using iron to work the soil. The soil doesn't need to be worked but if you do use Copper. Also: mercury fillings or in vaccines and a number of other environmental factors leach the Copper (conductivity) out of our cells. The system looks for the next available heavy metal and with chemtrails we have an abundance of aluminium as well as barium and strontium and so increasingly that's what we are made of. A de-alchemy of sorts, we are becoming perfect receivers for G5 ourselves. Our biology is not made to withstand such unnatural man made electrosmog.


Copper
Copper is a mineral that your body requires in small quantities to maintain good health. It uses Copper to form red blood cells, bone, connective tissue and some important enzymes. Copper is also involved in the processing of cholesterols, the proper functioning of your immune system and the growth and development of babies in the womb. Though itís only needed in tiny amounts, itís an essential mineral meaning that you must obtain it from your diet because your body cannot produce it on its own. Itís recommended that adults get 900 mcg of Copper per day. However, if youíre pregnant or breastfeeding, you should get slightly more 1 mg or 1.3 mg per day, respectively.


Foods high in Copper
- Liver (and other organ meats) are extremely nutritious. They provide good amounts of many nutrients, including vitamin B12, vitamin A, riboflavin (B2), folate (B9), iron and choline, and Copper. In fact, one slice (67 grams) of calf liver gives you 10.3 mg of Copper a whopping 1,144% of the Reference Daily Intake.
- Oysters. This seafood is low in calories and high in many essential nutrients like zinc, selenium and vitamin B12. In addition, oysters are a good source of Copper, providing 7.6 mg per 3.5 ounces (100 grams) or 844% of the RDI.
- Spirulina. Gram for gram, Spirulina is extremely nutritious. A single tablespoon (7 grams) contains just 20 calories but packs 4 grams of protein, 25% of the RDI for vitamin B2 (riboflavin), 17% of the RDI for vitamin B1 (thiamine) and around 11% of the RDI for iron (10). The same amount provides 44% of the RDI for copper.
- Shiitake Mushrooms. Four dried shiitake mushrooms (15 grams) offer 44 calories, 2 grams of fiber and a host of nutrients, including selenium, manganese, zinc, folate and vitamins B1, B5, B6 and D. This portion also knocks out an impressive 89% of the RDI for Copper.
- Nuts and Seeds. Although different nuts and seeds contain different nutrients, many hold substantial amounts of Copper. For example 1 ounce (28 grams) of almonds or cashews boasts 33% and 67% of the RDI, respectively). Additionally, a tablespoon (9 grams) of sesame seeds packs 44% of the RDI.
- Lobster. Lobster meat is low in fat, high in protein and loaded with vitamins and minerals, including selenium and vitamin B12. Itís also an excellent source of Copper. In fact, a 3-ounce (85-gram) serving of lobster contains a phenomenal 178% of the RDI. Interestingly, though low in fat, lobster is also quite high in cholesterol.
- Leafy Greens. Leafy Greens like spinach, kale and Swiss chard are extremely healthy, boasting nutrients like fiber, vitamin K, calcium, magnesium and folate in a minimal number of calories. Many Leafy Greens contain sizeable amounts of Copper. For example cooked Swiss chard provides 33% of the RDI for Copper in a single cup (173 grams).
- Dark Chocolate. Dark Chocolate boasts antioxidants, fiber and several nutrients. For example a 3.5-ounce (100-gram) bar of dark chocolate with 70Ė85% cocoa solids provides 11 grams of fiber, 98% of the RDI for manganese and 67% of the RDI for iron. The same bar also packs a massive 200% of the RDI for Copper.


These images tell you which food contains Copper: use biological food.

Foods high in Copper
Foods high in Copper
Foods high in Copper
Foods high in Copper









Foods high in Copper
Foods high in Copper














Silver
The presence of Silver in the human body appears to 'prime' white blood cells. It also has the ability to carry oxygen throughout the body (much like the iron in haemoglobin) wherever extra oxygen might be needed. Additionally it has the ability to boost the production of red blood cells, which are the body's main carriers of oxygen to the tissues and organs.

It is said that Silver is not an essential mineral in humans: there is no dietary requirement for Silver, and hence, no such thing as a Silver 'deficiency'. Our ORGANIC soil which is rich in living organisms contains Silver. These living organisms break down elementary components in the soil and make sure that minerals are available in forms that are assimilable for plants. When we eat organic food from a rich soil we receive sufficient Silver through those minerals in a natural manner. When we eat inorganic foods however it is possible we don't get enough Vitamines and minerals.

Though toxicity of Silver is low, the human body has no biological use for Silver and when inhaled, ingested, injected, or applied topically, Silver will accumulate irreversibly in the body, particularly in the skin, and chronic use combined with exposure to sunlight can result in a disfiguring condition known as argyria in which the skin becomes blue or blue-gray. Localized argyria can occur as a result of topical use of Silver-containing creams and solutions, while the ingestion, inhalation, or injection can result in generalized argyria. Preliminary reports of treatment with laser therapy have been reported. These laser treatments are painful and general anesthesia is required. A similar laser treatment has been used to clear silver particles from the eye, a condition related to argyria called argyrosis. The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) describes argyria as a 'cosmetic problem'.

In my oppinion we only need very small quantities of Silver and eating with a Silver cutlery would be enough.


Natural source of Silver
Hemp.






And very important thing to realize about bacteria
Tubercolosis is not a disease: it is the healing phase of lung 'cancer'. The bacteria are needed to clean up the 'cancer' cells. When you want to learn more about the awareness of this new paradigm which is called German New Medicine you can follow this link...