The Science of Copper
Eco-Textile with New Functional Copper Yarn
Copper is an essential ingredient in human life maintenance, containing about 1.4 to 2.1 mg per kg of body weight, and has been widely used in medical disinfection products. The copper fabric (textile or fiber) are used to reduce allergies and infections caused by asthma and dust mites through antibacterial, antimicrobial and self-sterilizing functions. The copper ingredient is known as safe as it has low sensitivity to human tissues and exists in a non-soluble form.
The Effects Of Copper On Human Body
Over 5000 years, longevity method of ancient medicine in India “Ayurveda”, recommends Copper Therapy which store water in the copper made kettle for overnight and drink in the morning. The US EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) has registered copper as an antimicrobial metal that inhibits infections such as Escherichia coli, in-hospital infections, pneumococcus and allergies.
Our mission is to improve the lives of everyday people through the use of antimicrobial properties found in copper.
We focus on the ancient and modern methods of using copper to reduce the life of viruses and support the prevention of illness.
Using a patented, world-first copper nano-technology, very fine copper thread is knitted into our Copperline mask, providing additional protection.
In 2008, the USA Environmental Protection Agency recognized copper as the first metallic antimicrobial agent. Ancient civilizations used copper for many medicinal purposes. With the EPA recognition, modern medicine has taken a more serious interest in the various properties of copper as an antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral agent.
Although you can search the Internet for the antimicrobial properties of copper and the benefits of using copper, in the reduction and destruction of a variety of viruses and pathogens, we’ve selected a few below that you may find interesting.
We wear masks to protect ourselves and our loved ones from the very pathogens and viruses that are reduced and destroyed by copper. Why not spend a few dollars more for a longer-wearing mask with better protection? But don’t take our word for it. Read the articles below for more information about the antimicrobial properties of copper and why we feel it is so important to use copper in our masks.