Copper Achman cups (for purification during aratik.
Tiny- 1 1/4" inches tall, and 1 1/2" inches wide at top. (No plate)Note: size Tiny does not have a plate.
Small with plate lid- 1 1/2" inches tall, and 1 3/4" wide at top,
with 2 1/8" across, plate.
One reason why they use copper pipes for water lines is because it purifies the water.
According to research, drinking water from a copper cup boosts health by reducing inflammation, bolstering brain functioning, aiding in weight loss, slowing aging, fighting cancer, and acting as an anti- microbial
Copper is a trace mineral, which is essential for human health. It has antimicrobial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-carcinogenic properties. Unlike many other nutritional elements, your body cannot synthesize copper and thus you need to get it from dietary sources. Some best dietary sources of copper are whole grains, lentils, nuts, seeds, cereals, potatoes, peas, and dark green leafy vegetables. And drinking two-three glasses of water stored in a copper vessel is another easy way.
According to Ayurveda, this little step can help balance your all three doshas – kapha, vata and pitta. It also ensures proper functioning of different organs and many metabolic processes.