How Does Copper Affect Our Bodies?
In addition to being used for jewelry and tools, copper has a long history of being used for its medicinal properties.
Both ancient Egyptians and the Vedic people of India used copper vessels to store large amounts of water — as it was noticed these vessels kept water fresh, and thus was safer to drink.
Today, that observation is backed by science, and — though copper is a heavy metal not safe to consume in large quantities — small amounts of the metal may have remarkable effects on overall physical health.
So grab your favorite copper mug, and learn how drinking from this special metal could benefit your health!