FAQ

It Is Not Only Safe But Eating In Kansa Has Several Health Benefits. Kansa Has An Alkalizing Effect On Acids Leading To A Balanced Ph Which Restores The Energy And Vitality Of The Body.

Kansa Metal Is Also Known As Bell Metal Because The Bells Of Kansa Have A Sound With A Very Long Decay Time. The Purer The Kansa The Longer The Decay Time.

Yes. The Loss Is Shine Is A Result Of The Natural Process Of Oxidation Of Copper. This Oxidation In Fact Forms A Protective Superficial Oxidation Layer Which Enhances The Life Of Kansa Articles.

The Shine Can Simply Be Restored By Washing Kansa Articles With Pitambari.

Yes. Kansa Can Be Recycled. Though Each Recycle Leads To The Addition Of Lead Impurity And Hence After The Third Recycle The Kansa Is No Longer Suitable For Food Consumption.

Yes. But This Should Be Done Only If The Purity Of Kansa Is Guaranteed. If The Kansa Is Not Pure And The Lead Impurities Are High Then Those Impurities React With Food To Make It Unsuitable For Consumption.

Yes. Kansa Is Brittle. It Is Somewhat Like Glass And Spoon Can Sometimes Crack On Impact.

The Primary Reason Would Be The Health Benefits Of Eating In Pure Kansa. The Second Reason Would Be The Spiritual Significance Of Kansa Which Has Energy And Vibrations That Soothe And Balance The Entire Environment Filling It With Warmth And Joy.