Are the copper dishes healthy?

Copper dishes and health

Often, in films from the Middle Ages, or from times less distant to us, you can see dishes, jugs, cups and pots made of copper in the kitchen equipment. They look very nice, sometimes covered with patina, create the atmosphere of the room, but are they healthy?

It turns out that even very much. Our ancestors from our great-grandfather provide information on how plants work, how to use everyday things, whether they are harmful or the opposite. This is particularly evident in herbal medicine. This is also the case when it comes to everyday objects, in this case copper dishes.

Copper in health care

Studies show that copper has an antiseptic effect and kills bacteria and microorganisms. Often in hospital rooms you can see equipment with copper surfaces that kill nearly 100% of the bacteria that cause hospital infections.

The water that stands in a copper vessel absorbs copper ions and by drinking it a person acquires microelements so necessary in the body. The usual diet is unfortunately sterile and must be supplemented with various supplements.

Water from a copper vessel in Ayurvedic medicine

Ayurvedic medicine indicates the water from a copper vessel as a source of three vats, Pitta and Kapha. Preparation of such water is trivial, in the evening we fill the copper vessel with water, and in the morning it is ready to drink. It is very good to drink a glass of such water on an empty stomach. An important condition is that the dish should not be washed with detergents, but only with lemon juice and/or baking soda. In our offer you will find suitable, climatic jugs.

The effect of copper on the human body

Copper vessels can help in many cases, have properties:

  • Antiseptic
  • Oligodynamic, eliminate bacteria, pneumococci, viruses, algae, pathogens from water
  • Copper compounds are needed for blood-forming processes
  • They naturally regulate intestinal peristalsis and digestive system function
  • Copper inhibits inflammatory processes in the body
  • Slows down the ageing process
  • Adjusts the thyroid function
  • It inhibits anaemia
  • Supports the production of melanin responsible for the colour of skin and hair
  • Stimulates neurological activity of the body

Plus, the copper dishes are BEAUTIFUL, right?


Date added: 14 May 2020
Author: Julietta Torbus
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