Benefits of Copper 08/09/2018
“Tamara Jal” is a Sanskrit word that translates to “copper water”. Considered knowledge of the yogis, an ancient Ayurvedic practice which balances all three Doshas (Vata, Kapha and Pitta) in order to maintain harmony with nature’s laws and rhythms. These are the key components of the “mind-body constitution” which align the subtle energy of the body and helps us open root and sacral chakras. Essential for healthy brain function, our neurons need copper to generate the energy to function at optimum level. The water becomes ionized and is stored overnight for at least 8 hours or more which energizes the water with electromagnetic energy called “Prana Shakti” This energy helps to maintain the body’s pH. It is important that these micronutrients are included in our diets to support our biochemical and metabolic processes. Copper aids in the absorption of iron. Deficiencies of this trace mineral can interfere with the thyroid gland causing other organs to function improperly. Copper alleviates aches and pains with its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Hair, skin and nails rely on copper as a main ingredient in the production of melanin when dictating the color. This pigment is responsible for healing and the formation of new cells. Even though it is naturally oligodynamic and antimicrobial, copper is a metal that oxidizes regularly so be mindful when creating a cleaning regimen with lemon juice or vinegar before storing water in a copper vessel. It is recommended that you drink it in the morning on an empty stomach and refrain from storing acidic foods, pickles, milk, honey, or citrus inside.