Is there a method to make colloidal copper with Spooky2?

Copper (Cu) is a heavy metal whose unbound ions are toxic. However, Colloidal Copper is not ionic but consists of clusters of atoms called nanoparticles and thus does not have the toxicity of ionic copper. Almost all of the copper in the body is present as a component of copper proteins, thereby reducing the in vivo concentration of unbound copper ions almost to zero. Genetic mechanisms control the processes by which copper is incorporated into apoproteins and those by which toxic accumulations of copper are avoided.

Given this, it would be unwise to try and produce colloidal copper with Spooky2 as you can not eliminate fully the risks from ionic copper.

Too much exposure to ionic copper is a known health risk. It doesn't take much.

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