So last week, I bought myself a copper cup set after learning about the health benefits of copper cups.
Drinking from copper cups is not just the latest health fad. In fact, it has been a popular Ayurveda practise in Asian cultures for centuries.
Copper in itself has a lot of health benefits. I am sure many of us remember when the trend of wearing copper bracelets started. You see, copper is a metal that is a great conductor of energy. Thus, wearing copper bracelets will improve the circulation of the body’s natural energy, leading to better health, increased energy levels and better looking skin.
However, why not go one step further by absorbing the benefits of copper into your body? For best results, store your water in a copper jug for a minimum of 4 hours or preferably overnight. By the next day, the positively charged water will be ready to drink through the day
What makes copper cups so special? Well, copper is said to have antimicrobial, anti-cancer, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Copper is a necessary part of our diet and our bodies use it to produce new cells and improve metabolic function. Modern living means that a very high percentage of the general popular is highly deficient in copper
A medical study showed that copper surfaces in hospitals killed 97% of infection-causing bacteria, leading to 40% reduction of infection rates. In first aid, copper also helps speed up recovery time and heals wounds.
Benefits of Drinking from Copperware
- Strengthens the immune system
- Improves digestion
- Helps the body absorb iron , thus preventing anaemia
- Improves brain function
- Slows down ageing
- Improves cardiovascular function
Copper oxidises naturally so be sure to periodically clean your copper utensils with lemon juice. Alternatively, you can clean them with a paste of salt and tamarind.
Thank you for reading.