March 2014 - CopperZap

Month: March 2014

Julie’s “Little Magic Wand. No More Colds For Me!”

March 10, 2014
All our testimonials are real. We do not pay for them, make them up, or tell people what to say.

So we were delighted at the message we received today with a repeat order from a doctor’s office:

“…more Copper Zap’s please.

I have recently used one myself and it is amazing! I woke up feeling horrible and snuffly. Coughing and spluttering, the whole sick lot. The first time I used the Copper Zap my nasal passages cleared up! I thought to myself, OK that was a fluke. Used it 2 more times during the day and felt better and better each time. Woke up the next morning feeling fantastic!!!
What a wonderful thing that Copper Zap is. In the past, when I would get a cold, I would be down for days. Now I have this little magic wand. No more colds for me!!! 🙂“
Julie, Office Manager/Physicians Assistant (We asked her permission and how she wanted her name and occupation to appear, if at all, as we do with all our testimonials.)

“SPREAD THE WORD, NOT THE SNIFFLES”

March 1, 2014
Pat McAllister wrote me today:

“This past week, my husband has had a full blown cold (refused to use the copperzap), and all my co-workers at the warehouse have had colds and or coughs and sniffles and I haven’t had a sign yet. I used the copperzap once a day as a preventative measure. I have been speading the word, not the sniffles. Thank you. Pat”

Pat is the one who wrote the comment about CopperZap being a “jewel”. She is the floor manager at VT Hay Company, which I looked up and seems to be in Greensboro, Vermont.

She is right to be concerned about illness at work. A recent study at the University of Arizona shows, “When someone comes to work sick, about half of the commonly touched surfaces in the workplace will become infected with the virus by lunchtime.” Germ hotspots included doorknobs, copy machine buttons, refrigerator handles, phones, keyboards, coffeepot handles, desktops, and tabletops.

The study says you should wash your hands often and use sanitary tissues and wipes to reduce the chance of getting sick. But even if you do those things diligently, you know that most other people do not. So you are still at risk whenever you touch things other people touch. The risk goes up dramatically if you then touch your face. Most people touch their face many more times than they realize. Solid copper offers a high level of protection even if germs have already reached your nose.

The study highlights the importance of protecting yourself when others are sick. It also highlights the importance of protecting others when you are sick. If you get sick and spread illness to two other people, and each of them spreads it to two other people, and so on, that’s a lot of people getting sick.

But if you prevent yourself from getting sick and therefore don’t spread it to two other people, etc., that’s a lot of people not getting sick. Pat’s got the right idea.

So as Pat says, spread the word, not the sniffles.