Copper, Improving society since the dawn of civilization
Copper is the oldest metal known to Mankind, it's versitality knows no bounds.
Medicinal and Therapeutical use of Copper have been recognised in various cultures across the globe such as the Egyptians and Indians and Tibetians.
According to ancient Egyptian medical texts (Papyrus), Copper was used to sterilise chest wounds and sterilize drinking water.
Ayurveda is another healing practice, which dates back to 5000 years ago and the basis of all medication in India. The constitution is based on "Inner balance and healing".
According to Ayurveda, drinking Copper enriched water (alkaline) first thing in the morning is known to balance and ensures proper functioning of the body.
Scientifically speaking, when water is stored in a copper vessel for over eight hours, very small quantities of copper get dissolved in this water. This process is called “oligodynamic effect” and has the ability to destroy a wide range of harmful microbes, molds, fungi etc. due to the toxic effect it has on living cells.
This positively charged water is extremely good for health. Even though sometimes it may taste a bit odd, it is worth noting that this water never becomes stale and can be stored for a long time.
Water stored in copper vessels has a number of health benefits; some of the most widely recognized ones include:
- Stimulates brain function
- Promotes digestion
- Boosts bone strength
- Regulates the functioning of the thyroid gland
- Combats arthritis and joint pain
- Boosts skin health
- Regulates body fat
- Improves fertility
- Slows the process of ageing
- Helps efficiently heal wounds
- Improves cardiovascular health
- Acts as an anti-carcinogenic