Coppa | Pure Copper Water Bottle 500ml
The ancient ayurvedic practice of storing water in a copper vessel for purification and health has been revered for thousands of years. Long before modern methods of water purification came about, people were using copper as a way to cleanse water. Coppa now brings us these beautiful handmade water bottles made from pure certified copper. Handmade in India, we think these are set to be the next big thing in wellness!
- A beautifully designed copper bottle handmade in India
- Holds 500ml of water
- Shaped from a single sheet of copper with no joints or seams
- Leak-proof silicon washer fitted in each bottle’s cap
- Material used in the production of each bottle and water tank is 99.1% Certified Pure Copper
- Glossy finish (food safe lacquer coating applied on outer surface)
Directions for Use
It is absolutely fine to drink the water immediately after pouring it into the bottle. However, to get the full benefits of the copper bottle, we suggest you fill up the bottle the night before and start by drinking a cup in the morning to cleanse and detoxify your digestive system. Enjoy the rest of the water throughout the day.
When you receive your water bottle, we recommend that you clean it using the instructions below.
To get the full benefits from the copper, water must be stored in the bottle/vessel for at least 6-8 hours. We recommend drinking one litre of copper infused water per day.
Directions for Cleaning:
- Squeeze half a lemon (or ¼ cup of naturally fermented vinegar) and a tablespoon of salt into the bottle and add 1-2 cups of warm water. Shake the bottle and pour the liquid out.
- Sometimes a copper build-up occurs at the lid of the bottle. Use the squeezed lemon to wipe inside the neck/tread of the bottle and then wipe with a cloth.
- Do not put your bottle in the dishwasher or use soaps/detergents and it will damage the copper.
- If you find that the lid is sticking slightly, this could be because the copper build up around the lid/tread. If this happens, every so often, rub a touch of natural oil (e.g. olive or coconut) around the lid and the ridges on the top of the bottle.