July 28, 2021 3 min read
Minerals like monatomic gold are potent. They deliver remarkable benefits and are essential to our health but can also be toxic. People without enough minerals can experience chronic fatigue, poor digestion, brain fog, and an irregular heartbeat. People who have taken too much may experience diarrhea, nausea, abdominal pain, or tingling in the hands and feet.
Our bodies rely on minerals to help transmit nerve impulses, maintain a healthy immune system, provide energy for biological processes through the exchange of electrons.
Fortunately for us, plants absorb minerals from the soil and water. They filter for the smallest particles and deliver perfect amounts of highly absorbable minerals for our optimal health.
We require fairly large amounts of macrominerals, including calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sodium, potassium, chloride, and sulfur.
We only need a tiny amount of trace minerals. The trace minerals include iron, manganese, copper, iodine, zinc, cobalt, fluoride, silica, and selenium.
If we all ate a diet of primarily fresh fruits and vegetables, we would not need to take supplements. However, most Americans are deficient in calcium, magnesium, and potassium, which is evidence our diets are not delivering all the minerals we need.
People contain gold! Scientists have discovered that a person weighing 150 pounds has an average of .2 milligrams of gold inside of them.
Not all plants contain gold nanoparticles. However, if it’s available in the environment, some plants will utilize it. A study done at New Zealand’s Institute of Technology and Engineering shows nanoparticles of gold inside the cells of plants.
In its normal state, gold is inert in the body. If you eat gold leaf on a chocolate bar, for example, it will pass right through you.
Injectable gold salts (Solganal/aurothioglucose) and gold salt pills (Ridaura/auranofin) have been used to treat of rheumatoid arthritis for 75 years. It is effective, but because of the amounts needed for treatment, there were side effects in some patients, and now it is an option of last resort after everything else has been tried.
Scientists have found that cancer DNA binds to gold molecules and are looking at using gold particles in a new cancer test. Research is also looking at gold to replace platinum in critical cancer-fighting medications. Initial studies indicate it is up to 24 times more effective.
Mono-atomic gold is a trace mineral complex. The metallic form of gold is made of large clusters of gold atoms latticed together. In metallic form, the latticed atoms are larger than the openings to our cells, and so if we consume it, the gold passes right through.
Makers of monatomic gold use an alchemical process to break apart the clusters of gold atoms so that nearly, if not precisely, one atom per particle remains. It transforms the metal into a fine white powder, which makers say is stable, nonconductive, heat resistant, and chemically inert.
There are no patents on monatomic gold, and no official studies have been published on monatomic gold powder.
A 2015 pre-clinical study with gold nanoparticles found that microscopic particles of gold helped medication pass through the blood-brain barrier in mice. However, gold nanoparticles are not the same as gold salts or white gold powder.
CBD can pass through the blood-brain barrier, which is one reason it is so effective in modulating the nervous system. However, studies do not indicate that it helps other medications pass through like the gold nanoparticles did.
Proponents of monoatomic gold say its benefits include:
If you choose to try monatomic gold powder, it is strongly advised NOT to use it consistently. Try it every once in a while, at the most.
Unlike CBD, which works with the body’s systems naturally and delivers better results as it builds up in your system, monatomic gold is a trace mineral. Too much of any mineral is toxic.
If you have any of those, discontinue the use of monatomic gold immediately.
Gold is not just for beautiful jewelry and to hedge against inflation. It has practical, medical benefits. Although gold has been used by healers as far back as ancient China and Egypt, modern science is just beginning to look at its properties and potentials.
Monatomic gold has a compelling story but is not backed up by science.
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