I recently bought these copper cups and this copper bottle while I was out and about in San Francisco. I’ve been drinking from the bottle everyday for about a week now and I really like it. I do feel like I notice some benefits to be honest. Here’s the benefits:
- Slows down aging
- Improves and heals your digestive system
- Helps you loss weight by breaking down fat more efficiently
- Strengthens your immune system
- Keeps you looking young via the production of new and healthy skin cells
- Promotes a healthy heart
- Helps fight cancer
- Anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-inflammatory properties
- Good for the brain
- Prevents thyroid issues
- Good for bone and joint health
- Speeds up recovery times; heals wounds
- Helps our bodies absorb iron; prevents anemia
- Balances all three doshas (Kapha, Vata and Pitta)
Copper is a necessary mineral for our body and has electromagnetic energy that makes the water ionic and helps to maintain the body’s pH (acid-alkaline) balance. The water takes on the metal’s positive charge, as well as all the other positive properties inherent within it. You won’t get the benefits from simply drinking from a copper cup (too bad for us Moscow Mule lovers), here’s what you have to do:
Buy a copper pitcher or get a bottle like the one I got. I think you need to get one with a lid. Clean it once you get it of course (see below). Fill your container with the water of your choice. I don’t think that the water temperature matters, what matters is that you let it sit at room temperature for at least 4 hours, but preferably overnight. Next, drink. Don’t refrigerate the water. Quick note: I only drink room temperature water, it’s better for the body.
You get the most benefits from the copper infused water if you drink it directly from a copper cup as soon as you wake up and before you eat or drink anything. This makes the bottle I got super convenient, but if you live with others you should get a big pitcher for everyone. Drinking 2-3 cups a day is more than enough and I wouldn’t go overboard. BTW, don’t go overboard on anything I write…
If you are continually using your bottle and keeping it clean it should be pretty low maintenance, it’s just water. Should you need to clean it, hand-wash only. I used fresh lemon and water and also rinsed it with some white vinegar. Make sure you dry thoroughly, but don’t freak out about tarnishing. I assume it’s going to happen and I couldn’t find anything that says that it’s bad for you. I read that tarnishing can be fixed by using a concentrated lemon juice (3 cups), salt (1 cup), and white vinegar solution. Do not run in the dishwasher.
Of course there will be opposing information out there about drinking from copper cups. Use your brain and decide for yourself what you think. I never had anyone teach me these things, I’m still learning as go, it takes time and energy to learn these things especially if you weren’t brought up around this kind of living, but it’s never too late to adapt. You can get the bottle I got here! There’s only one left here on amazon. And this set looks cute! I think this is a great gift idea. I’m also going to get more. They are super cool looking in my opinion and I wanna make some Moscow Mules too. Thanks for reading…
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Tamba(Copper) water is beneficial for all body parts. Ayurvedic treatments use meditation, yoga, herbs and other things such as the (copper)Tamba Cup, Tamba Bottle to help reestablish balance.
Great recommendation – thank YOU!
I am not an old man, but not a young man either. I have been dancing with systemic arthritis for years. In a box, tucked away, I stumbled upon my grandfather’s old copper bracelet which I have been wearing for several months now. Whether it is legitimate absorption, or the “Dumbo feather” effect, my arthritis has calmed down considerably. Quite fashionable as well!
Copper drinking vessel is the next level on my path.
Thanks again for sharing your insight, inspiration and beauty.
Bookmarking this post as I am definitely trying to get a bit healthier. Awesome insights.