Our body needs base metals like copper, Zinc, Tin etc for better health. In Ayurveda also many metal powder (bhasma) is prescribed to cure many diesis. Metals and minerals cannot be produced within the body. External intake of these metals in diet is one of the sources. Plants absorb metals from the soil hence level of metal in them depend on quality of the soil. Therefore vassals and utensils made from these metals are the best source that our grandparents used for years.
According to Shri Rajeev Dikshit 97% micro nutrients are reserved in Bronze utensils whereas 95% micro nutrients are reserved in Brass utensils.
Our Quality Policy
Purity of metal is first concern for us. We make sure that raw material is sourced from reliable venders in order to produce 100% pure Bronze and Brass utensils. Lab Test Report is also supplied to consumers.
Janak is well known for its quality products. There are many quality checks are done in order to produce quality products.
Even sized Bronze sheet metal utensils used to be a dream. Ours research and development of years enables us to produce even size Bronze sheet metal utensils.
Bronze and Brass
Many of us are confused between Bronze and Brass. Before understanding benefits of these metals we must understand the difference.
Bronze is mixture of copper (Cu) and Tin (Sn). It is also known as Kansa in Hindi. The best proportion to manufacture utensils is 78% copper and 22% Tin. It has also been said SUDDH DHATU in Vedas therefore it is used in worship.
Brass is mixture of Copper (Cu) and Zinc (Zn). It is also known as Pital in Hindi. Cookware made of this metal must be Tin (Sn) coated. In ancient India most of the utensils were made of Brass metal. Bronze is good source of copper and tin and Brass is good source of copper and zinc.
Health benefits of Copper
The health benefits of copper include proper growth of the body, efficient utilization of iron, proper enzymatic reactions, as well as improved health of connective tissues, hair, and eyes. It is also integral for preventing premature aging and increasing energy production. Apart from these, regulated heart rhythm, balanced thyroid glands, reduced symptoms of arthritis, quick wound healing, increased red blood cell formation, and reduced cholesterol are other health benefits of copper. The health benefits of copper are crucial for an overall healthy existence, as this mineral enables normal metabolic process in association with amino acids and vitamins. It cannot be produced within the body and therefore needs to be added from external food sources. It is the third most prevalent mineral in the body and it is mostly carried by the blood plasma protein, Ceruloplasmin. In order to enjoy the health benefits of copper, it must be included in the daily diet, as it is used up in daily bodily processes.
Health benefits of Tin (Sn)
Tin (Sn) is an element vital to human general health. Daily intake of tin ranges from 1 to 3 mg. In the past when tin cans and pans were used, tin intake was ten times bigger. Researchers conducted on animals have shown that insufficiency of tin can cause reduced growth, loss of hearing, loss of hair and reduced feeding efficiency. In one research it was proven that tin can help with depression. Tin is also available in all vegetables and fruits in small amounts. Plants absorb tin from the soil hence level of tin in them depend on quality of the soil.
Health benefits of Zinc (Zn)
The health benefits of Zinc include proper functioning of the immune and digestive systems, control of diabetes, reduction of stress levels, energy metabolism, and an increased rate of healing for acne and wounds. Also, it is helpful in terms of pregnancy, hair care, eczema, weight loss, night blindness, colds, eye care, appetite loss and many other minor conditions.
Zinc, being an important mineral, plays a vital role in protein synthesis and helps regulate the cell production in the immune system of the human body. It is mostly found in the strongest muscles of the body and is found in especially high concentrations in the white and red blood cells, eye retina, skin, liver, kidneys, bones and pancreas. The semen and prostate gland in men also contain significant amounts of zinc.