In bygone centuries, gold was not only used as a fashion statement, but it was also used in artwork, religious artifacts, medicine, and currency. Gold ornaments were considered a representation of purity, symbol of immortality, understated financial strength, and unspoken power. Today we look at things differently, but the essence and impact of wearing gold remains unchanged.
In ancient times, gold was believed to have healing and curing properties. You might be surprised to know how gold can still improve your overall well-being.
Healing:Wounds and infections would heal much better and more quickly if a person covered the injured area of their body with pure gold, since it has been historically proven that gold possessed an energy that brought warm, soothing vibrations to the body to aid healing.
Blood Circulation:Gold can improve blood circulation which in turn regulates the oxygen flow to every part of our body. This helps people keep fit and healthy, and it makes it easier to ward off sickness.
Regulates Body’s Temperature:Gold is used to regulate the body’s temperature control mechanism, which protects us from outside temperature variations and strengthens our immunity system.
Arthritis Symptoms:It has been observed by doctors and confirmed by research performed on a significant number of sufferers that wearing gold on the skin can improve and alleviate rheumatoid arthritis symptoms.
Fights Inflammation:Gold is thought to have antibacterial properties and it helps transport oxygen molecules into the skin for cell renewal that treats ulcers and inflammatory disorders of the skin. Skin care remedies today are based on 24-carat gold leaf treatments that hydrate, firm and moisturize the skin, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, resulting in smooth and radiant skin.
Throughout history, cultures, religions, and doctors have not only appreciated gold for its intrinsic value but also for its healing power.