Solid Copper Mug Benefits
Usually when you see copper mugs you automatically think Moscow Mules (yum!) But there is more to the copper mug than just a delicious cocktail! For thousands of years, people in India and other Asian countries have been drinking from copper vessels for its benefits.
When water is placed into a copper vessel it not only takes on the metal’s positive charge, but also all of the other positive properties inherent within it. Copper is known to scientists and the medical community as having anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, anti-viral, and anti-inflammatory properties which can help in first aid to speed up recovery times and heal wounds. Copper is also a necessary part of our diet and our bodies use it to produce new cells and to thrive. It helps strengthen our immune systems and if you drink water which has sat in copper for several hours it can greatly improve, and heal, parts of your digestive system.
The water stored in a copper vessel is supposed to be consumed after storing the water in a copper vessel for at least eight hours (or overnight)
Other benefits that have been touted are that it slows aging, makes skin glow, fights and prevents cancer, stimulates our brains, regulates our thyroid, reduces the risk of heart disease and hypertension, helps or bodies absorb iron and thus helps prevent anemia.
You should make sure that your copper mug is 100% solid copper, and not lined with any other metals. I found out the copper mugs I had at home were not solid copper, and was lined with stainless steel inside. So just double check that the inside is also copper as well for the benefits to work.
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