Copper is considered an essential trace mineral for our body. It has been used to cure many ailments since ancient times. It was the metal that introduced metallurgy to the human race. The lustrous, shiny orange colour and its availability above the surface of the earth led to its discovery. It was used in making tools, jewellery, utensils and also weapons. Copper has also been used as a medicine to kill germs. Its unique ability to stop the growth of pathogens was discovered very early.

Ayurvedic use of copper utensils dates back many centuries, and it is among the oldest examples of practicing preventative natural health. Copper enhances the Sattva component and hence, it is used for an all-encompassing source like water. Awakening of the Panchapran (Five vital energies) transfers the sattvikta (Purity) of food into the body within a short period.



Copper can positively impact your energy, strength and overall physical appearance. Some of the health benefits of copper include the following:

  • Healthy skin
  • Mental clarity
  • Absorption of iron
  • Boosted immunity
  • Smooth digestive flow
  • Red blood cell formation
  • Anti-inflammation

Along with vitamins and amino acids, copper is crucial to the body’s metabolic process. However, the body does not produce its natural copper source, and thus the mineral must be culled from outside sources — primarily water. When enriched with copper ions, water is one of the best and purest sources of the mineral. In as little as four hours, a bottle full of water can gain sufficient levels of copper trace elements. Drinking water from copper bottles and glasses has innumerable benefits.

One of the greatest health benefits of copper is the stimulating effect it has on brain cells. As such, copper is often referred to as a “brain food.” The effect is because the mineral helps the body synthesize phospholipids, which are vital to the development of myelin sheaths. This prevents from seizures to occur and acts as Brain Stimulant.

As with all heavy metals, copper has what is known as the oligodynamic effect. When copper ions pass into water, the effect acts as a bacteria killer. In doing so, copper boosts your immune system and makes your day to day activities more sanitary.

Copper is a known anti-oxidant and anti-carcinogenic agent which helps in slowing down the ageing process by preventing cell damage. It also wards off organ failure while lowering the possibility of malignant growths.

As an anti-inflammation mineral, copper combats the symptoms of arthritis from the inside and outside of the body. It also regulates the functioning of thyroid gland.

For children and teenagers, copper plays an integral role in the development of bone tissue, and also helps protect the heart and nerves.



When you drink water throughout the day from a copper cup, its minerals pass into your system and help fuel creative imagination!



Copper is highly malleable in nature which means it can be stretched into wires and rolled into thin sheets. Due to this property, malleable metals such as copper are a great option for moulding cookware. In fact, a lot of well-known cookware brands are including copper utensils in their collection just because of its malleable nature. Apart from that, the colour of copper is very distinctive from other metals making it more appealing to the eyes.

Unlike stainless steel, aluminium, and glass, copper cookware allocates heat much more evenly. When cooking in copperware there are lesser chances of the food getting burnt since the heat distribution is much more even. The time taken for cooking in a copperware is also much less as compared to other commonly used cookware.

The health benefits of copper cookware  are best achieved by preparing soups, pasta and stir-fry recipes in copper pots and pans.