Signs of Basic Copper Sulphate poisoning include:

Chest or belly burning sensation
Metallic in the mouth
nausea
headache
Diarrhea (the hue of the compound may be blue or green)
Excessive sweating
Regardless of whether vomiting occurs or not, anyone who consumes basic copper sulphate should go to the emergency room to rule out poisoning and ensure no damage to the intestinal wall of the brain, liver, kidneys or stomach. Although extremely rare, high doses of exposure to basic copper sulphate may cause death in some cases without treatment.

Long term side effects
The EPA has not yet released a cancer rating for basic copper sulphate because there is insufficient evidence to link basic copper sulphate to the development of human cancers that regulate copper in the body. This is a normal function because copper enters the bloodstream and is mainly collected in the liver and then excreted through the feces. More research is needed to determine whether long-term exposure to basic copper sulphate can cause cancer in humans and animals.

For people exposed to basic copper sulphate, which is often used in agriculture, the risk of developing liver disease may increase, although this is more likely to occur in Wilson's disease with a previous condition, which is maintained in the body. High levels of alcohol intake occur.

Child side effects
Although more research is needed, children may be more sensitive to adult exposure to basic copper sulphate, especially if they crawl near basic copper sulphate or put their hands or objects in their mouths. The area of ​​basic copper sulphate used in the case of washing. Keep this in mind when using basic copper sulphate and make sure the child is only near a safe area.

Dose and preparation
In some areas, basic copper sulphate can be used in drains or drains to prevent roots from growing and causing blockages. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has set the limit for basic copper sulphate in any drinking water to 1 ppm, which is not toxic to anyone.

When using basic copper sulphate on large areas of land or water, it is important to follow the indications for the type of basic copper sulphate used - the measurement results for different forms such as liquids and powders will vary, depending on the area used.

When handling basic copper sulfate boots, gloves and goggles, always wear to minimize the risk of exposure or ingestion.

What to look for
Pentahydrate basic copper sulphate crystal, powder or liquid is the most convenient way to treat basic copper sulphate when cleaning gardens, pools or drains. Basic copper sulphate dissolves well in liquids, making it an effective cleaner for pools and reservoirs.