Drinking from Copper Utensils - Is It Good for You?


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Drinking from Copper – Is It Good for You?

Are there Benefits of Drinking Water from Copper?

Drinking water from glass bottles or glass cups is such a routine thing for us to do. Whether waking up in the middle of the night and grabbing a glass of water or starting your day filling up your water bottle for work. It’s almost ingrained in us to buy glassware. However, have we considered anything else? What if there were other utensils we could use. One that brings added benefits to us when we drink water. That’s where copper comes in.

Copper is a fundamental trace mineral that is essential to our health. The antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogenic properties within this material can benefit the functions of our organs and metabolic processes. Integrating copper into our diet is crucial for us to aid our natural workings in the body. 

What are the benefits of copper?

Copper as a material has various benefits. It can help detox and cleanse your stomach to help get rid of any waste and harmful bacteria. As well as this, the element helps to regulate kidney and liver function to make sure you receive all the great nutrients from your foods. Not only does copper help your insides, but it also is the leading part in the production of melanin that determines the colour of your hair, eyes and skin. By drinking a daily dose of drinking water from a copper cup or container, you can help the production of melanin in your body. Thereby, keeping your skin safe from the sun and helping to speed up the healing of wounds. 

A study from 2012 issued by the Journal of Health, Population, and Nutrition states, that by keeping contaminated water in copper for up to 16 hours at room temperature. The appearance of harmful microbes is considerably reduced. The researchers stated, “Copper holds promise as a point-of-use solution for microbial purification of drinking water.”

In addition to these qualities, copper can help with the production of new skin cells, the absorption of iron and managing the functioning of the thyroid gland. Our selection of Billi taps such as the Alpine 120 or Quadra plus can offer the coolest stream of running water for you to fill up your copper cups. To get these benefits of copper into your diet, keep full glasses of water in a copper cup overnight. Once you’ve woken up from a good night sleep, drink the water and you’ll feel instantly more awake. Drinking water from copper cups on an empty stomach in the morning is the best way to bring out all the enriching qualities of the material. 

Copper tends to oxidize naturally, therefore your cup or container should be cleaned regularly. A mixture of salt and lemon juice will suffice.