Copper Bottle, 800 ml
Ayurvedic copper drinking bottle with engraving or hammered design. Strengthen the immune system, slow down the aging process and stimulate the brain.
Copper drinking bottle with engraving or hammered design
In Ayurveda, drinking water from a copper bottle has always been used for its healing properties. According to Ayurvedic teachings, copper water is said to balance the three doshas (Vata, Pitta and Kapha), strengthen the immune system, slow down the ageing process, stimulate the brain and act as a natural antioxidant.
In addition to its health properties, a copper drinking bottle is also an environmentally friendly, lightweight and particularly durable alternative to plastic bottles. This makes it the ideal companion for a healthy lifestyle in the office, at home, during yoga, workout or travel.
How to use: Traditionally, the copper drinking bottle is filled with water in the evening and left overnight. The next day the copper water can be drunk.
- Ayurveda copper bottle
- Material: copper
- Size: 800 ml
- With screw cap
- Weight appr. 260 grams
How to clean your copper bottle:
We recommend that you rinse your copper cup regularly with warm water. For thorough cleaning, you can also clean it with warm water and a drop of liquid soap and then rinse well. Copper oxidizes over time, which can lead to discolouration inside and outside. This is a completely natural process and the patina is not harmful to health, nor does it decrease the quality of the drinking water.
If the patina bothers you, just put a pinch of salt, baking powder or a small amount of vinegar on a slice of lemon and rub it gently over the surface of the copper drinking cup. The mixture removes the patina naturally and makes your Ayurveda copper cup shine again. Then simply rinse with clear water and dry well. Alternatively, you can also treat the copper cup with copper polish.
Please use only pure, still and cold water. Let it dry well. Do not clean in the dishwasher. Copper is a very soft material and should not be transported with hard objects, otherwise, dents or scratches may occur.