Copper has been an important element of Indian culture for ages due to its numerous health benefits. In Ayurveda, it is known as Tamra, and modern research has established its antibacterial and antimicrobial qualities.
Copper is required for basic activities such as cell communication, red blood cell production, metabolism, and healthy brain function.
Copper is a necessary component for the body. It helps the body generate red blood cells when combined with iron. It helps in the maintenance of healthy bones, blood vessels, nerves, and immunological function, as well as the absorption of iron.
Drinking from a copper vessel boosts immunity, assists digestion, reduces inflammation, and balances the three doshas – vata, kapha, and pitta – in the body.
Drinking water from a copper bottle boosts digestive efficiency, as it contains qualities that can destroy dangerous germs while also lowering inflammation in the stomach. It is an excellent treatment for infections, ulcers, and indigestion. Furthermore, copper assists in the cleaning and detoxification of the stomach, which controls the function of both the kidneys and the liver.
Copper has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and antiviral effects. These properties make an excellent tool for faster wound healing. Copper is also known to help the body’s immune system by promoting the growth of new cells.
As copper positively charges water, taking an energetic daily dose recharges your body. It also functions as an antioxidant, reducing free radical damage in the body and enhancing lifespan (slowing down ageing, such as the formation of fine wrinkles), as well as stimulating the brain.
Copper is the most eco-friendly metal. It is a strong conductor of heat and electricity, as well as an inexpensive metal that is simple to recycle, making it the greenest natural metal.
Traditionally, water stored overnight in a copper vessel would be consumed early in the morning. This not only detoxified the body but also helped imbibe trace amounts of copper.
Now, you too can start your day off with copper-infused water by storing it in your Ayurvedic Tamra copper bottle!
Each bottle is provided with an eco-friendly bottle cleaner to clean the insides of your bottle. You can use soaked tamarind to clean your bottle. For stubborn stains, add some lime juice along with soaked tamarind. Avoid using chemical cleaning agents to clean the bottle. Do not use hot water to clean your bottle.
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