(1) 16 oz. Copper Mug
Benefits of Drinking water from a copper mug
It also helps with the following:
- Kills bacteria
- Stimulates the brain
- Regulates the thyroid gland
- Soothes arthritis pain
- Enhances skins natural glow
- Aids with anemia
- Slows down aging
- Improves digestion
In Ayurvedic Medicine, copper drinking vessels have historical roots that extend back thousands of years. Bill Keevil, director of the Environmental Healthcare Unit at the University of Southampton, said that the practice of “tamra jal” in India has existed for thousands of years. Water is stored in brass or copper vessels overnight and drunk the next morning. Certainly when bacteria and viruses land on copper, they’re killed very quickly. And that includes the new coronavirus, by the way,” Keevil said. Copper’s bacteria-fighting properties could increase its usage in public spaces, especially hospitals, going forward.
Our copper cups feature a smooth lip that lets you drink in comfort, unlike the sharp edges found on other mugs. No rivets on handles, food grade lacquer is outside of the mug to keep its shine and resists tarnish when washing.
*The Vast Majority of Copper Mugs Online Have LACQUER or METAL Inner Linings (DESPITE THEIR UNLINED CLAIMS) and EVEN MORE Are Made of Copper Alloy; STAY TRUE to the Moscow Mule and Ayurvedic History with Unlined Authentic Solid Copper Cups
Some Research on The intake of Copper:
Low Dietary Copper Increases Fecal Free Radical Production, Fecal Water Alkaline Phosphatase Activity and Cytotoxicity in Healthy Men