Our ancestors used to eat food in silver and copper utensils. This was not in order to show off their royalty, but due to the therapeutic value and property of these metals. Depending on the frequency at which each dhatu vibrates, it has different properties and these are useful in curing different kinds of ailments.
Silver has been used as an ingredient in many Ayurvedic medicines because of its therapeutic qualities.
“Every dhatu vibrates at a specific prana, our ancestors used this prana through utensils made of specific dhatus to induce therapeutic properties in their food,” says Yogi Ashwiniji
Take a pure silver glass or jug full of fresh water and keep it in the sun for 1 to 2 hours, so that it absorbs the Surya Prana. The dhatu (in this case silver glass) determines the frequency of prana passing through it. Thus, the prana filtering through a silver glass will have the properties of the dhatu-silver — astringent, sour, sweet in taste, cool in potency, has a soothing effect, is strengthening, tasty and also reduces hyperactivity.
Drinking water regularly from such a utensil is also extremely effective in providing strength to the heart and the stomach, strengthening the veins and curing various diseases caused by excess vayu and pitta in the body.
Be careful that the silver you use is pure. Impure silver can do more harm than good, as the frequency is different. When certain metals are added to silver, it has the effect of blocking the kidneys and liver. So you should be very careful of the constitution of silver utensils.
Caution: Pure silver utensil is heavy, smooth and whitish in shade and is purified in fire. In contrast to this, silver which is impure, is yellowish grey in colour, rough and light in weight. Be careful that the silver you use is pure. Impure silver can do more harm than good, as the frequency is different.