1. Slows down ageing
2. Boosts skin health and melanin production
3. May assist weight loss
4. Copper has anti-bacterial properties
5. It is anti-inflammatory
6. Plastic free and Reusable
7. Easy to carry
• Products include: Copper Bottle
• Material: Copper (98%)
• Packaging: Recyclable Box
How to use your Copper Bottle:
To make copper water, pour water in the copper vessel and leave it overnight. When water is kept for a specific time in the copper vessel, it kills the harmful bacterias and viruses and the resultant water gets charged with the health benefiting qualities of the copper. Drink it as soon as you get up in the morning for best results.
How to care for your Copper Bottle:
Our Copper Bottles are Pure Copper and no two are exactly the same. (That means there may be slight bumps and bends – it’s what makes them unique!)
Fact- Copper is a 100% recyclable material, having good thermal and electricity conducting properties. Due to its electricity conducting property, wires consist of copper wires internally. Due to its thermal property, copper keeps hot things hot.
Copper is a metal with anti bacterial properties and drinking water in a copper bottle can help you with digestion and flushing out any toxins in your body.
Yes, it's safe and healthy to drink water in a copper bottle daily.
A copper bottle is a great alternative to plastic bottles. Copper helps you with removal of toxins and better digestion. It's an ayurvedic way to drink water and keep your health in place.
It is advised to not store hot boiling water in a copper bottle as it can absorb too much copper not ideal for our body. Cold to lukewarm is the ideal water temperature to get complete benefits of a copper bottle.
Copper bottle should not be kept in the fridge. Use a glass bottle instead if you want refrigerated water.
Yes, it is completely safe to drink from a copper bottle unless you are medically advised by your doctor not to for specific copper related health problems.
We always mention in our description if the bottle is 100% copper or only copper coated. If taking a 100% pure copper bottle you can double check it by cleaning it with a mixture of table salt and vinegar. If the colour comes out as redish-brown, it is pure copper.
After learning about microplastics in human bodies, my immediate reaction was to switch to either steel or copper, thanks to Greenfeels content around this bottle that explained the benefits of it and the side effects of using plastic. It's been 2 years that I've switched to it and it's been really great, the water gets cold when stored over time which makes it even better in this scorching heat outside. A good buy overall!