When choosing dishes, we most often
opt for something that has patterns but at the same time is very
minimalist. However, there are some things about your dishes that have
to do more with your health than with your taste. That is why you should
choose copper dishware!
It might sound weird that dishware might have anything with health, but
believe us there is. The special thing about it is the material. For
many years, people believed that there is something special about this
kind of material. And as a matter of fact, there is.
It has been proved in studies that this material is a “destroyer” of a
number of harmful materials. However, you have to keep in mind that too
much copper might be harmful to your body. Nevertheless, there is a way
to use the benefits of it, and you can do that if you drink from copper
cups 4 times a week.
How does copper affect our health?
Through history, copper has been used for medical benefits by Vedic and
Egyptians. They made vessels from it which kept the water fresh, thus
making it safer to drink.
Stimulates the brain
Nobody wants to feel fatigued and slow. If you are feeling this way,
then copper can help speed up your brain. It will stimulate the body to
produce myelin sheaths which allow the synapses to go from one point to
Helps the digestive system
Copper helps the digestion by stimulation the muscles and helping them
move the waste through the intestines. Moreover, it can destroy bacteria
and eliminate harmful microorganisms which upset the stomach. However,
as we said earlier, you shouldn’t intake too much copper because you
might destroy the “good” bacteria.
Boosts the cardiovascular system
Supplementary copper helps open the blood vessels and reduce the
arterial plaque thus preventing blockages. Keep in mind that this is not
a solution for every kind of cardiovascular issue, but it does improve
the general health of the cardiovascular system.
Supports the spleen and liver
This has not been scientifically proven. However, Vedic people claim
that copper is healthy for the sleep, liver, and lymphatic system.
Soothes the joints
Copper can help with joint problems especially if it oxidizes and
becomes green. There is a treatment with copper which is supposed to
promote the restoration of lost cartilage, alleviate the pain connected
to arthritis and heal some other joint issues. Again, this hasn’t been
scientifically proven, but some practitioners say that it helps with
sole and swollen joints.
Balances the thyroid function
The thyroid gland produces one of the most important chromones which are
essential for the normal function of the body. The disorders connected
to it are often associated with copper deficiency in the body. The
result of these issues is mood swings, changes in weight, and
fluctuation of the chromones.
Strengthens the hair
It increases the production of melanin which is essential for healthy
hair, thus restoring the health of thin hair. In addition, it can speed
up the process of hair growth after chemo, because it enlarges the
follicles, thus reducing the time hair needs to grow again.
Improves the health of the skin
The melanin which is essential for healthy hair also helps for healthy
skin. Copper promotes the production of healthy skin cells. It is
especially useful for skin which is dry and damaged, making it smooth
again. Moreover, it increases the production of collagen which is good
for the health and elasticity of the skin.
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