What if I told you that you could start healing your thyroid by drinking water, what would you think.
Okay let me make myself clear here. It is not just water, it is how you prepare your water.
I have been living with thyroid challenges for years now and tried many things to see what works and what doesn’t. I know a lot about what doesn’t work. lol
I use the word challenges because to be honest I don’t like the other words like problem / illness and so on.
One tip before i get started. If you have thyroid challenges you must stop drinking tap water. Tap water is one of the worse things you could do.
Also if you are struggling with weight issues then you are in the right place because this will help with that as well.
Right Here it is.
Drinking water from a pure copper bottle will help you heal your thyroid and this is how.
Regulates the Thyroid Gland
This is another point that really got my attention. Drinking out of a copper bottle will regulate the functions of your thyroid gland: many experts say that one thing that many people suffering from thyroid issues are that they usually have low levels of copper in their body.
Right let me break this one down because there is two sides to having thyroid issues.
Hyperthyroidism (Excessive thyroid hormone). Now this condition is most commonly seen with low levels of copper in their body.
Hypothyroidism (Low levels of thyroid hormone). May also suffer from the lack of copper in their body.
Now that said Copper is one of the most important trace minerals, which the thyroid gland needs to function at its best. A lack of copper can put the body out of sync. So drinking water from a copper bottle will help the body make up for any copper deficiency and regulate the functioning of the thyroid gland.
Going back to why this interested me, because for years now I have been researching how to get my thyroid gland to function without taking medication.
Here are come commonly asked questions.
What Does Copper Do To Water?
Storing water in a copper bottle will purify the water. It will kill and the micro-organisms, fungi, algae, bacteria and mould in the water, that could be harmful to your body. Copper is an essential trace mineral that is very good for improving human health.
Is It Safe To Drink Out Of A Copper Bottle?
Yes it is safe to drink water from a copper bottle because Copper purifies the water, making the water safe to drink. It also benefits the health of your body.
Is It Safe To Drink Water From Copper Bottle Every Time?
I would say that considering the health benefits that it is safe to drink out of the copper bottle regularly.
This reminds me, back in the days of my Grandmother when they drank rain water. The Rain water was stored in a copper tank and this was all they drank from day in and day out. My Grandmother is one of the healthiest people I know and one of the happiest and she is in her 90’s. To be honest she is healthier that most of her 12 children.
In saying this I would have to say that if you are pregnant and or a nursing mother please see medical advice before using.
How Long Can We Store Water in the Copper Bottle?
Water can be stored in the copper bottle for a very long time, this is due to the properties of copper. It will kill and the micro-organisms, fungi, algae, bacteria and mould in the water, that could be harmful to your body. Copper is an essential trace mineral that is very good for improving human health.
How Do You Clean A Copper Bottle Naturally?
The way that I have been told to clean my copper bottle is to squeeze half a lemon into the bottle and then add one tablespoon of salt with half a cup of water. Then I could close the lid and shake the bottle so that the mixture is completely mixed up and then after a good few seconds I would pure the mixture out of the bottle and rinse with water. I tend to rinse with bottled water and not tap water.
Another way that you could clean your copper bottle is to mix vinegar and salt. One tablespoon of salt and a cup of white vinegar add to the copper bottle and shake for a good few seconds and pour out and rinse with bottled water.
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What do you think about drinking water from a copper bottle?