Cuprum

KEY SYMPTOMS spasms and cramps • suppression of emotions • ailments that are triggered by suppression of rashes and discharges • person feels better for cold drinks

Copper's name is derived from the Greek Kupris, or Cyprus, after the island on which the ancient Greeks found the metal. Although used as late as the 1880s by doctors in ointments for healing wounds, coppersmiths have long known of copper's toxic nature. Chronic copper poisoning produces symptoms such as coughs, colic, diarrhea, and difficulty in assimilating food. Acute copper poisoning can cause convulsions, paralysis, and even death. These factors suggested to Hahnemann, who proved Cuprum met. in 1834, the remedy's strong affinity with similar symptoms.

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