How to use your new copper water bottle?

A copper water bottle can provide remarkable medical benefits and is often recommended by wellness specialists. A copper vessel, also known as “Tamra Jal” in Ayurvedic medicine, is used to balance the body’s three doshas (Vata Kapha, pitta, and pitta). It tenderly infuses the water with the beneficial well-being properties of copper. A copper bottle can also be used to make normal antacid water. This helps balance the pH levels of your body. Our copper drinking bottles can also be used as ordinary antacid water bottles.

Research has shown that copper is a potent anti-bacterial agent, acts as an oxidant, and improves susceptibility. It also prevents the development of bacteria, protects against maturing, fights off poisons, stimulates the brain, and kills revolutionaries. Copper water bottles are great for everyone, especially those who live an active lifestyle. Copper is a natural anti-bacterial, so copper water bottles don’t require as much cleaning.

Handmade with Pride

Our copper water bottles have many other benefits, but they are also great pieces of utilitarian craftsmanship. Copper is the best material to make water bottles. We have designed a product that will suit a practical way of living, preserve good health, and help the environment by avoiding disposable plastic jugs. 

Each water bottle is hand-crafted by skilled craftsmen using traditional methods. Each container is made from one sheet of 100% pure copper. Our jugs are high quality. This might be your last water bottle!

How to use your new copper water bottle

Copper water bottles will come prepared to keep you hydrated. However, we recommend washing the copper bottle with warm water and a small amount of fluid cleanser before adding water. 

Copper water bottles can be used with any water. This includes faucet water, water that has passed through a channel, or filtered water. Faucet water will be the best, as it is the least acidic and requires the most consideration. Consider separating your faucet water before you pour it into your copper water bottle, even though tap water is generally very good in urban areas. 

We recommend leaving water in the copper water bottle at room temperature for 6-8 hours. Then, drink 8-16 ounces of water on an empty stomach first thing in the morning. The water suppression would be removed throughout your day, and you could then refill it individually. 

Although it’s OK to fill your copper water bottles with warm water (warm water is best), it can cause your container to be corrupted and possibly cause copper to remain in your jug. 

Using water in your copper cup bottles is possible if it is simple enough. Copper can react with certain acids (counting acids found naturally in lemons, essential oils, coffee, and tea, among others). It’s best to use water in your copper water bottles.

Cleaning Instructions

Copper water bottles are made from 100% pure copper. They will naturally patina over time. Many of our clients love to see their copper jugs develop a beautiful copper patina. Sprinkle salt on a lemon slice and allow it to dissolve before gently rubbing the salt onto the jar. You will get a mixture of salt and lemon that will generally remove the patina and restore the copper’s shine. After you are done, rinse with water and dry thoroughly. 

The copper water jug will also be patina. However, this does not affect the water stored inside. Your copper water jug should be cleaned now and again with warm water and a little fluid cleanser and washed well. However, it would help if you never placed your copper water bottle into a dishwasher.

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