New Delhi. Most of the people believe in the indigenous tradition of keeping water in a copper vessel or drinking water from a copper cup. But how much truth is there in this tradition? Is it really beneficial or just a hearsay. According to Healthline, copper is an important nutrient and plays an important role in many of the body’s essential functions, such as producing energy in the body and maintaining the brain’s chemical messaging system.
You can find copious amounts of copper in foods such as shellfish, nuts, seeds, potatoes, dark chocolate and organ meats. Copper improves brain and heart health and also has antibacterial effects. Keeping water in a copper cup or vessel for more than 48 hours can also kill harmful bacteria in the water.
Copper has anti-inflammatory properties
Dietician Jinal Patel says that copper helps in improving digestion and provides relief from constipation and acidity. Copper also has anti-inflammatory properties, so it also boosts immunity. Water kept in a copper vessel is alkaline and hence drinking it gives coolness to the body.
By drinking water in a copper vessel, complaints of bile and phlegm go away.
On what Ayurveda says about drinking from a copper vessel, dietician Garima Goyal said that ancient Ayurvedic texts claim that drinking water from a copper vessel cures the three doshas of the body, Vata, Pitta and Kapha. Toxins are released by eating and digesting food and heat is generated in the body. Alkaline water containing copper balances the acid in the body and also cools the body. So I would prefer to drink water in a copper vessel, especially during summers.
Drink water from a copper cup on an empty stomach in the morning.
According to the expert, the most suitable time to avail all the health benefits would be early morning on an empty stomach. But the thing to remember is that copper is a trace mineral which is required by the body in small amounts. That’s why it should never be consumed in excess. Because it can lead to copper toxicity.
Consuming too much copper can cause problems
According to Healthline too, excessive consumption of copper can lead to copper toxicity in the body. Due to this, complaints of nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain and diarrhea can start. It can even lead to liver damage and kidney disease. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), a person should have no more than 0.47 milligrams of copper per cup (2 milligrams per liter) of water. At the end of the day, everything should be done in moderation. Do not have too much of anything in the body and do not rely too much on just one thing to give you health benefits.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : January 08, 2023, 19:58 IST
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