Copper in the brain, inside enzymes, plays a protective action from reactive species to oxygen and free radicals.
It is also able to modulate neural activity, an essential element for the normal development of synapses and neural circuits.
Copper plays an essential role in the health of the human brain.
Wrong copper oxidation has been linked to several neurological disorders including Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Menkes and Wilson.
Copper is a critical ingredient in enzymes that activate brain neurotransmitters in response to stimuli.
Appropriate copper levels are also essential for resting brain health.


Animal coronaviruses such as SARS and MERS, cause serious infections with high mortality. A closely related human coronavirus - 229E - can remain infectious on surfaces of common materials for several days, but is rapidly destroyed on copper materials. THE ONLY copper CONTACT INIBITS the virus completely and irreversibly. TREATING surfaces with antimicrobial copper drastically reduces the spread of respiratory viruses to protect public health. "The human coronavirus, as for the viruses responsible for SARS and MERS, is permanently and rapidly deactivated
on contact with copper. Furthermore, the viral genome and the structure of the viral particles is destroyed so nothing remains that could transmit an infection: with the lack of antiviral treatments, copper offers a measure that can help reduce the risk of these infections.  So Copper versus norovirus, influenza and hospital superbugs, such as MRSA and Klebsiella, is able to inactivate the transfer of antibiotic resistance genes to other bacteria for  new superbugs.