Why should you use Oligocan trace elements like copper, gold and silver in the winter?
During winter, our body is under severe stress! With virus proliferation and seasonal fatigue, we tend to get sick more easily. Do you know how trace elements can help you avoid it?
In oligotherapy, the copper, gold and silver complex is often recommended to boost your immune system. However, this is only one of the many benefits of these elements.
What are trace elements and Oligotherapy?
Trace elements are mineral salts that are naturally present in very small quantities in our body and which are necessary for our organism to function properly. Among them are; iron, iodine, copper and zinc. As surprising as it may seem, more than 10 trace elements are essential to our health!
That’s right! Trace elements are involved in several bodily functions, such as the production of enzymes, hormones, food metabolism and cell renewal. To take advantage of their benefits and regulate potential deficiencies, opt for complexes of trace elements according to your needs.
When it comes to these minerals, keep in mind that very low plasma and tissue concentrations are both normal as our organism is designed to recycle these elements. Which is why it’s important to not ingest too much, as deficiency or an excess won’t be beneficial. The best way to take advantage of Oligotherapy is to respect the recommended dosage. When in doubt, consult a health professional.
How to benefit from trace elements on a daily basis?
During the winter, trace elements are excellent tools to fight against fatigue, infections and viruses. But, to take full advantage of their virtues, it’s necessary to know which ones are best for your symptoms!
Copper has recognized clinical benefits, as it helps maintain the immune system and absorb iron. Its atoms are also involved in the production of enzymes, as well as elastin and collagen in blood vessels, cartilage, bones and skin.
In Oligotherapy, this element is known to help fight infections, viruses, inflammation and fatigue. But it’s not the only one working in this area.
Silver and Gold
Since the dawn of time, different cultures have incorporated gold into their diet. During the Venetian Renaissance, the most affluent class served their guests sweet almonds covered with gold leaf. At the time, it was thought to be good for heart health! Today, it is recognized for its anti-infectious and anti-inflammatory properties.
In Oligotherapy, it is believed that gold has the ability to improve your immune system. Combined with silver, you benefit from two elements with antiviral and anti-fatigue properties. Combined with copper, they form a perfect trio to make you feel your best, even during the long winter months!
What natural products provide gold, copper and silver?
Copper Gold Silver by Oligocan: a complex offered in liquid form that combines these 3 trace elements to stimulate your immune system. Simply take a teaspoon, diluted in water, once a day. To enjoy its positive effects throughout the day, take it in the morning.
Homeocan Copper-Gold-Silver pellets: these pellets are useful for relieving common symptoms of the ENT sphere (ears, nose, throat). To take advantage of this homeopathic remedy, melt 3 to 5 pellets under your tongue, 3 times a day.
More simple tips to strengthen your immune system throughout the winter.
Trace elements can help strengthen your immune system during the winter, combine them with other natural tools for better results such as a restful night of sleep and nutritious meals!
Get enough sleep
For your metabolism to be at its peak, it’s essential to get enough sleep (at least 7 hours for an adult). When we sleep, our lymphocytes, which are key cells for our immune system, pass from the bloodstream to the lymph nodes. This is where they develop their immune memory and ability to recognize pathogens, such as viruses and bacteria. In addition, sleep helps reduce stress hormones, such as adrenaline.
Enjoying a balanced diet is the perfect way to get all the trace elements our body needs. For example, including copper-abundant foods in your diet will help prevent deficiencies. You can find copper in high quantities in shellfish and nuts. To fill up on vitamins, add fruits and vegetables!
Don’t forget about lemon and honey
Lemon and honey are known for their natural antibacterial and antiseptic properties that can be very useful in the winter! Adding freshly squeezed organic lemon juice and a spoonful of natural honey to your daily tea is the perfect way to take advantage of their properties.
Thanks to trace elements and these simple natural tips, you’ll be at your best this winter!
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