It is fairly common knowledge that storing water in copper and silver drinking beakers/recipients is an effective and natural way of purifying water... so why do so few of us today do this?
It has to be far better drinking water from a copper/silver water bottle than a cheap and potentially harmful plastic bottle.
It is said that throwing copper and silver into sources of water was a great way to have clean water, and seeing that having clean water can be classed as good luck in this life, it makes sense that people used to throw coins into wells for good luck. People still do it to this day, but most likely with a coin that is neither copper nor silver...
Could you personally recommend a good copper drinking beaker/bottle? There are a number to choose from on sites such as Ebay and Amazon, but it would be good to hear from personal experience.
I'm certain I saw Varg in one of his videos with one of those.
Post by Thulean Hamask on Mar 2, 2018 15:33:41 GMT
We've cut plastic out entirely, collecting spring water from the mountain into glass jugs, and we're looking into copper vessels. I'm wary as, with any metal products made in the East, there is a potential for heavy metals and toxic constituents. So be careful of the origin of the vessels.
If anyone has bought some they would like to recommend or review, please do
I have two of those copper thermus/flasks, 2 copper cups, and a copper pitcher. I've yet to gain anything silver to use but I was thinking of purchasing smaller silver beads or maybe bars etc etc that I can sterilize and swish around in them. I heard about that Colloidal Silver stuff as well but haven't tried it just yet.
The copper vessels I have work great, we have water here in Pennsylvania which reeks of bitter chlorine or bleach, its pretty gross but after spending an hour or two (overnight with ice tastes the best) it has a whole new life to it. A slight hint of copper but for the most part you taste the Water itself, no friggin windex anymore. I highly recommend the flasks and the pitchers.
I actually found out about the copper stuff through a Youtuber Asaheim Wulfgard who mentioned Dandelion Tea as well as the copper flasks in a video, he rambles like unholy hell and can be confusingly esoteric to an annoying extent without explaining himself...BUT that video helped. Literally a month later varg did that video with the same flask.
One last tidbit, during my copper research I came upon something called Golden Milk, as well as the many benefits of having Ginger, Turmeric, Garlic, Onions, and Cayenne Pepper around. I urge you all to research these things and start grabbing seeds even if its just for a small balcony/porch garden.