Therawin Copper Sulphate is commonly used as a root killer, fungicide, algaecide, molluscicide, and herbicide in both non-agricultural and agricultural settings.
Since it has a distinct antimicrobial component, it is a popular element in veterinary and farming products.
For veterinary medicine purposes, the typical recommended doses range between 50 to 100 mg of copper per animal, administered as a single injection. Make sure to consult with a veterinarian prior to administration of the injection to ensure proper dosage is given.
The antimicrobial properties of copper make it an efficient fungicide. It can also be used as a foot bath to control foot rot issues in sheep and cattle.
It is an efficient drying agent in anhydrous form, commonly added to food and fertilizers, as well as many industrial products such as batteries, textiles, wood, leather, ink, paint, petroleum, metal, and more.
Copper Sulphate can also be used as an animal nutritional supplement.
Swimming pools, ponds, and similar bodies of water can greatly benefit from copper sulphate’s ability to remove algae and microbes.
If you are having problems with roaches, insects, rats, and other pests in the drain or canal, just add this mixture to disinfect the area and drive those pests away.
For Ayurvedic medicine, these crystals are an active ingredient in Tamra Bhasma or Copper Ash. Mixed with herbs, the mixture is left overnight and the combination of the ingredients turns it into silver, believed to give a luminescent glow to the skin.