“Copper” rental water is a mine of medicinal properties!
Nowadays the use of copper utensils has started to decrease. Copper is considered a sacred metal according to Hindu and Buddhist traditions. It is considered essential in Vedic and religious practices. The water kept in a copper vessel is called ‘copper water’. The benefits of drinking copper water are innumerable.
According to Ayurveda, drinking water in a copper vessel has the ability to balance the three defects (Vata, phlegm, and bile). For this, water should be kept in a copper pot for at least 8 hours.
1. Regular consumption of copper water helps in weight loss by reducing body fat.
2. An imbalance of a hormone called thyroxine causes thyroid disease. Drinking water kept in a copper vessel regulates the hormone thyroxine in the body and also regulates the function of the glands that secrete this hormone.
3. Copper is considered to be naturally oligodynamic (the metal is sterilized in bacteria). The water in it can easily destroy the harmful bacteria in the stomach. It is also considered to be useful in preventing water-borne diseases like diarrhea and gallstones.
4. Copper contains antioxidants that protect cell membranes. This slows down the aging process. Drinking water in a copper pot does not cause wrinkles on the face. And the dead skin on the face is gradually removed.
5. Copper has the property of stimulating the brain. In the presence of this quality, the brain helps to work faster and more efficiently.
6. If you have a problem with joint pain, regular drinking of water kept in a copper vessel is beneficial. It has anti-inflammatory properties.
7. If you want to make your skin healthy and beautiful, drink water kept in a copper pot overnight in the morning. Copper helps in the production of new cells in the body. Drinking such water regularly makes the skin healthy and radiant.
8. For people with stomach problems like acidity, constipation, water kept in a copper vessel is like nectar. According to Ayurveda, if you want to get rid of toxins in the body, drink water kept in a copper vessel for at least 8 hours. It eliminates flatulence and digestive problems.
9. Drinking water kept in a copper vessel also slows down the process of soaking. It also helps in the production of new and healthy skin cells. Particles in the body develop cancer cells. Copper’s powerful antioxidant properties eliminate these particles and reduce its negative effects on the body. Drink water in a copper pot every day.
10. Regular consumption of this water eliminates the problem of blood disorders and deficiency. Controls it in the blood vessels by absorbing nutrients. Copper stimulates the mind and helps to activate it. Drinking water in a copper pot every day strengthens the memory and keeps the mind healthy.
11. By placing water in a copper vessel, copper slowly mixes with the water and gives positive properties. The best part is that the water in it is never tasteless. So water can be kept in a copper vessel for a long time.
12. Copper is rich in antibacterial and antiviral properties. This heals the wound faster. Copper boosts the body’s immune system and treats many internal infections in the stomach.
According to the latest report, even the corona virus will be destroyed on the surface of the copper vessel after a few hours.
13. Regular consumption of water stored in copper reduces the risk of cancer by stopping the growth and development of cancer-promoting cells.
14. Copper plays an important role in the formation of melanin. Melanin is the color of eyes, skin, and hair. Melanin is needed to protect the body from the harsh rays of the sun and to heal wounds.
15. When there is a lack of blood in the body, symptoms like fatigue, muscle pain, weakness, and digestive problems appear. Drinking water in a copper pot is beneficial. Copper builds cells in the body and iron combines to make up for the lack of blood.
16. Copper water helps in the internal cleansing of the body. It keeps the kidneys and liver healthy. Copper water is beneficial to protect them from infection.
- (Journal of Resource Science and Health) “
Courtesy: – Nil Kantha Sharma