Luxury Carafe Hammered - 1200ml
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The hammered carafe is designed to enrich everyday life. Its elegant form displays true craftsmanship, functionality and artistic aesthetics. The Carafe mixes curves with slenderness: a contrast often found in nature and a loose interpretation of the female body. The sleek angles and gentle curves make this carafe a striking decorative piece for any dinner table, at work desk or by bedside. With its practical lid that turns into a cup, makes it easy to hold, pour and drink on the go.
Made of 99.7% pure copper | 1.2 Liter
Handcrafted artisan creation | A durability of lifetime
Hydrate with Nature’s Luxury
Water covers 90% of the earth’s surface, comprises 60% of our body’s composition and we spend the first 9 months of our existence in the womb immersed in it. It is essential for life, healing, energy, renewal and refreshment. In its absence, we cannot exist! It transforms our lives in many ways. When we feel, see, hear taste and touch it, it feeds our bodies, minds, and souls. It can gently hold and protect, heal and soothe and yet also has the ability to energize, excite and rejuvenate. Being immersed in it brings relief and healing for exhausted minds and bodies. Whilst water is a great and sacred resource, tap water is often full of chlorine and in fact toxic to our bodies. The way in which we prepare and drink our water is critical for its power to be released.
Since ancient times, Ayurveda has advocated the benefits of drinking water from a copper vessel. Ayurveda states that when you store water in a copper vessel, it has the ability to balance all the three Doshas - Vata, Pitta and Kapha in our body. This happens because the copper vessel positively charges the water, energizes it and balances its pH; making the water 'live' again and leaving it tasting silky smooth.
In India, this transformed, therapeutic water taken from a copper vessels is called ‘Tamra Jal’.
Have you ever wondered why you still feel thirsty and fatigued even after drinking multiple glasses of water a day?
Before you pour a glass of water from your tap, the water has been through a treatment process in order to make it safe to drink. Most water filtration systems use chlorine and other chemicals to kill harmful germs. Whilst these treatments make the water safe for drinking, they also destroy the water’s vital life energy and shift its natural pH. The water tastes ‘dead’, it is not easily absorbed by our cells and is unsatisfying, leaving us wanting more. The Copper Luxury Water bottles & Carafes recharge the vitality of your drinking water by ionizing, energizing, and balancing the pH; making the water ‘live’ again and leaving it tasting silky smooth.
Since ancient times, Ayurveda has advocated the benefits of drinking water from a copper vessel. Ayurveda states that when you store water in a copper vessel, it has the ability to balance all the three Doshas (Vata, Pitta and Kapha) in our body. This happens because the copper vessel positively charges the water.
Scientifically speaking, when water is stored in a copper vessel for hours, very small quantities of copper get dissolved in this water. This process is called “Oligodynamic Effect” and has the ability to destroy a wide range of harmful microbes, molds, fungi etc. due to the toxic effect it has on living cells.
According to a 2012 study published in Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition, storing contaminated water in copper for up to 16 hours at room temperature considerably reduces the presence of the harmful microbes, so much that the researchers inferred that “copper holds promise as a point-of-use solution for microbial purification of drinking-water.
An additional study from University of South Carolina researchers explored the purifying power of copper, finding that “Antimicrobial copper surfaces in intensive care units (ICU) kill 97% of bacteria that can cause hospital-acquired infections,” resulting in a 40% reduction in the risk of acquiring an infection. The research was done in a hospital ICU. The research found that the rooms with copper-surfaced objects had less than half the infection incidence than those rooms without copper.