So how exactly did you detox The copper specifically?
The author dealt with severe copper imbalance in himself and with many others for the past 18 years. Six methods are used to reduce copper in the tissues:
Reduce exposure to sources of copper.
Antagonists such as zinc, manganese and iron compete with copper for absorption and utilization. Vitamins B6 and folic acid may also be helpful. Selenium and cysteine may be helpful.
Research indicates copper may be excreted by binding with glutathione and metallothionine which require these nutrients.
Chelators of copper include vitamin C, molybdenum and sulfur-containing amino acids. These bind and remove copper. More powerful chelators may be used, but can have side effects.
Enhance the eliminative organs, such as the liver, skin and colon.
Balance body chemistry, enhance energy production and improve adrenal gland activity. To support the adrenal glands, avoid sweets, eat protein with each meal, and supplement your diet with vitamins A, C and E, manganese, zinc and B-complex vitamins. Animal protein is very helpful due to its higher content of zinc, B-vitamins and sulfur amino acids including cysteine and taurine. Adrenal glandular substance is also frequently helpful.
Reduce fear and stress. Methods range from a change in location or work to meditation, therapy, more rest and other changes
I know you asked the OP, but just thought that might be helpful.
I think taking Zinc will push some copper out, and if combined with Vit C, B, selenium, and others, it should help balance it out.
I find juicing is helping a lot, especially carrot+apple, and spinach is supposed to be really good to. I found research of certain elements that help to reduce EHS(Vitamin E, CoQ10, Vitamin C, ensuring Glutathione cycle works, B vitamins, antioxidants, skin protection( Vit A, carotene)), and carrots contain small amounts of almost all of them, and spinach has a lot as well. Apples are good to eat entirely because they have good fiber.