Why is Copper Good for you?

Copper is an essential trace mineral that plays a vital role in numerous physiological processes within the human body. Here are some reasons why copper is good for you:

  1. Improves digestive system Copper has properties that help kill harmful bacteria, reduce inflammation within the stomach and removes bacteria from your water. It makes an excellent remedy for ulcers, acidity, gases, and indigestion. Copper water regulates the working of your liver and kidneys and the proper elimination of waste. Ancient Indian Ayurvedic teaches drinking copper water first thing in the morning on an empty stomach cleanse and detoxifies your system. It also makes an excellent remedy for ulcers, acidity, gases, and indigestion.

    1. Aids in weight loss Drinking water stored in a copper vessel every day. Copper helps break down fats and aids in the elimination process.

     3. Copper helps speed the healing of wounds Copper destroys and inhibits the growth of fungi and bacteria. Copper will strengthen your immune system and aid in the production of new cells. 

     

    1. Slows down aging Copper is a natural remedy to improve your skin condition, fighting off free radicals to help your skin produce collagen and aids cell renewal.  

     

    1. Maintains heart health and decreases hypertension Copper restricts plague from developing on coronary arteries reducing your risk of a heart attack. Copper also helps you regulate blood pressure, heart rate and lower bad cholesterol and triglyceride levels. 

     

    1. Lessens the risk of cancer Copper antioxidants attack free radicals, which cause cancer. A balance between free radicals and antioxidants is necessary for proper body function.

     

    1. Protects you from infections Copper is known to have an oligodynamic effect, a self-sterilizing power. Copper is naturally antimicrobial. Copper is essential to life and is known for killing microbes; and has been shown to limit the spread of E.coli, Salmonella, influenza, and Covid-19. According to Michael Schmidt, a professor of microbiology and immunology at Medical University of South Carolina, Copper's ability to fight viruses is like a "grenade." 

     

    1. Regulates the working of the thyroid gland Copper is an essential mineral and is vital for your thyroid gland and body to function correctly. Drinking from a copper water vessel helps combat copper deficiency and regulates the proper function of your thyroid gland. 

     

    1. Helps arthritis and inflamed joints Copper may delay or even prevent arthritis. Its anti-inflammatory properties help relieve aches and pains due to inflamed joints in arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.

      

    1. Beats anemia Copper is necessary for the consumption of iron and taking care of your gut. The body will absorb less iron; when the Copper levels are low. A shortage of Copper can lead to iron deficiency and anemia. And anemia leads to a condition where your tissue is oxygen-deprived, causing you to feel weak and tired. 

     

    1. Improves brain function Copper helps ensure brain function and development. A copper deficiency could make it harder to learn and remember. Copper utilizes enzymes that help maintain a healthy nervous system, ensuring signals are sent efficiently to and from the brain. A deficiency can compromise or delay these signals, causing a loss of coordination or unsteadiness while walking. 

     

    1. Copper helps strengthen hair and slows the grey Copper levels can affect melanin formation, and copper deficiency may cause premature gray hair. Lack of Copper in your diet can reduce the count of melanin, pigment cells in your hair color. 

     

    1. Melanin is responsible for the pigmentation and complexion of the skin, eyes, and hair. The hormone is stimulated and produced by the presence of copper content in the body. When you consume Copper through water intake, it will boost melanin production and make skin supple and healthy. Copper helps increase the body's melanin levels and is also responsible for controlling lysyl oxidase, an enzyme that controls collagen and elastin production.