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Why was copper so important to us? It was considered a very important mineral that our ancestors made sure we got replenished with as they cook with the pots and pans or wore copper as jewelry.
Copper can be found in your liver, skeletal muscle (tendons), brain, heart, and kidneys.
Copper is important for cellular energy production, connective tissue formation, central nervous system function, and melanin formation.
So is it any wonder why its very hard to find copper (real copper) for your personal use anymore?!
Oh you can find it, but it's not that same texture that I remember from years ago. The copper I remember didn't have copper shavings as time went on. The copper I remember was more dense.
Don't mind me.
Just a random thought.
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