Copper Jar (for storing water)
Copper Jar (for storing water)
This product does not have a screw cap. It has a lid to cover the stored water
Benefits of Drinking Water Stored in Copper Bottle and Copper Vessels:
When water is stored in a copper vessel or bottle, for eight hours more, copper releases some of its ions in the water, through a process called the Oligodynamic effect. Copper is known to have antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinogenic and antioxidant properties. It assists in the formation of haemoglobin as well as cell regeneration and unfortunately, the human body cannot create the trace amounts of copper it requires to function healthily, therefore, copper has to be a part of our intake either through food or water, but the human body is benefitted in several other ways with the presence of copper, here are 12+ amazing health benefits of drinking water from a copper bottle:
1) Fights off Cancer:
Copper is a known antioxidant, which means it fights off all the free radicals and negates their negative effects. Free radicals and their harmful effects have been major causes of cancer in the human body. Copper also helps in the production of Melanin which gives colour to one’s skin and eyes, as well protects one from the harmful UV rays of the sun.
2) Balances Hypertension:
According to the American Cancer Society, Copper is known to reduce cholesterol and triglyceride levels. If the Copper deficiency has set on since childhood, it leads to the development of hypotension however, if adults suffer from copper deficiency they develop hypertension. Therefore, trace amounts of copper are critical for the regulation of blood pressure in a person.
3) Aids the Functioning of Thyroid Gland:
According to the experts, the most common feature between patients of the thyroid is copper. Copper balances the inconsistencies of the thyroid gland, that is it energizes the thyroid gland to function well, but it also fights off the damaging effects of too much secretion from the thyroid gland. While lack of copper leads to thyroid gland malfunction, it is also true that too much copper also makes thyroid gland dysfunction causing hyper or hypothyroidism among patients.
4) Prevents Anemia:
Copper assists in the breakdown of food to make haemoglobin, it helps the body in absorbing iron, the deficiency of which causes anaemia. Copper deficiency in the human body can lead to rare haematological disorders which also results in low white blood cells.
5) Cures Arthritis and Inflamed Joints:
Copper has anti-inflammatory properties which provide great relief to patients suffering from arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Additionally, copper has bone-strengthening properties, which makes it a perfect cure for arthritis.
6) Negates Infection:
Copper a natural antibiotic, water stored in copper bottles for more than 8 hours is free of all such microbial. Copper is effective against E.Coli, S. aureus and Cholera Bacillus among other common waterborne disease-causing agents.
7) Assists in Digestion:
Ancient Roman texts talk about prescribing copper-based medicine to kill off germs in the stomach. Ayurveda claims that drinking “Tamra Jal” detoxifies and cleanses the stomach. Copper also has properties that stimulate peristalsis (rhythmic expansion and contraction of the stomach lining), reduce the inflammation of the stomach lining and assist in better digestion. Copper is an excellent remedy for stomach ulcers, indigestion and stomach infections.
8) Helps Cardiovascular System:
Copper helps clean plaque as well as dilate the blood vessels to increase the blood flow to the heart. Studies have proved that Copper deficiency can result in the dysfunction of the heart muscles, leading to insufficient pumping of the blood, impaired circulation of blood in the body and the inability to respond correctly to stress.
9) Controls Ageing:
Ancient Egyptians used a lot of copper-based beautifying agents. Several skincare products these days are copper-based because copper is not only an antioxidant, it also assists cell regeneration, negating the harmful effects of free agents on the skin and helps to fight off wrinkles and fine lines that come with age.
10) Increases Brain Efficiency:
The human brain interacts with the rest of the body through electrical impulses. Copper helps the cells in communicating with each other by carrying out these impulses, making the brain work much more efficiently.
11) Prevents Stroke:
Copper also has anti-convulsive properties which mean copper is an effective means to prevent seizures. Copper also has antioxidant properties, meaning that a lack of copper would enable oxidants in working faster and better, increasing the risk of a stroke.
12) Weight Loss:
Copper plays an instrumental role in dissolving the excess fat deposits in the human body and helps reduce weight. Copper keeps the body in a fat-burning situation even when the individual is resting, however, this does not mean that too much copper will burn more fat; too much copper could end up poisoning the human body.
13) Aids in Healing Wounds Faster:
Copper exhibits anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral properties. In addition, copper also assists skin regeneration and strengthens the immune system, helping the body in healing wounds faster.
14) Keeps the Temperature of the Body on the Cooler Side
When the food we eat passes into our stomach, it becomes acidic, releasing toxins in the body and thereby making the body heat up. When you drink water from a copper bottle, water upon storage for a couple of hours becomes infused with alkali. This alkaline water helps to balance the acids, detoxify the system and lower the temperature of the body. This is especially helpful during the hot summer months when the body tends to heat up due to the prevailing weather.
15) Gives Relief from Throat Congestion
People in ancient times used to gargle every morning with water stored in a copper bottle or vessel. This is because copper contains antimicrobial properties and it was believed that when you drink copper infused water it can aid in clearing up throat congestion.
Copper Applications in Health & Environment:
Copper is your friendly neighbourhood superhero as far as its benefits are considered, not just to the human body, but to the environment too. It is a cheap metal, available in abundance as well as easiest to recycle