A Sip of Copper a Day Keeps The Doctor Away

A Sip of Copper a Day Keeps The Doctor Away

When I first settled in Cincinnati in 1819, P.T. "Doc" Simmons was our go-to guy in town for whatever ailed us. From pulling a tooth to setting a broken bone, the good doctor did it all with a smile and a twinkle in his eye (which may or may not have been attributed to the gin he kept in the flask I gave him for Christmas one year.)   A purveyor of eating greens and grains, Doc was fond of that ol' saying, "an apple a day keeps the doctor away." But today, maybe we ought to be saying, "a sip of copper a day keeps the doctor away." You see, copper has been picking up print lately as something we may want to consume in small amounts. In particular, health experts are saying that drinking from a copper vessel may provide the following benefits:  
  • Better digestion
  • Weight loss/control
  • Faster healing of cuts and scrapes
  • Slowing of aging
  • Maintenance of heart health
  • Brain stimulation
  Now I'm no expert, especially when it comes to the medical community, but I say let's raise a hearty toast, my friends, with our copper drinking our health. From my Moscow Mule cup to my classic Great American Flask, my collection of pure copper edition products, all produced here in the U.S., may just put you on the path to better health (wink.) I know my old friend Doc Simmons would drink to that!

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