History of Colloidal Gold
Over 5,000 years ago, Egyptians utilised gold in dentistry and ingested it for mental, bodily and spiritual purification. The ancients believed that gold had the ability to restore youth. The Alchemists of Alexandria developed a liquid gold elixir - they believed that gold had mystical qualities and its presence in the body would fortify, rejuvenate and cure many diseases, whilst restoring youthfulness and perfect health.
The full spectrum of the healing properties of gold are being rediscovered by modern physicians in today's mainstream medicine - injections of gold salts to relieve the pain of arthritis as well as the relief of addiction cravings. In the 16th Century, the alchemist Paracelsus founded the 'Chemistry of Medicines' which was the forerunner of modern pharmacology. He developed formulations from metallic minerals to support the rejuvenation of health. In 1857, Michael Faraday, inspired by Paracelsus' work, created the first pure sample of Colloidal Gold. Faraday recognised that the colour was a reflection of the gold particles.
Our Colloidal Gold is made by using 99.99% (24 carat) pure gold dispersed into particles of approximately 1 nanometre in size using micro-electronics and DC current into steamed distilled water. Contains traces of nutrients.
Why Colloidal Gold ?
Gold is reputed to enhance physical good health and emotional health and wellbeing. Colloidal Gold harmonises the nervous system, opens neural pathways, stabilises collagen, regulates the heart's pumping rhythm, enhances IQ, strengthens the libido and enhances sexual functioning. It has been used in the treatment of addictions, attention deficit disorder, obesity, depression/anxiety, blood circulation and skin ulcers.
Please note our Colloidal Gold is made with 24ct Gold and contains a trace amount of Colloidal Silver. This is added to all our Colloidal Supplements to improve longevity and to prevent contamination.
EU Legislation prevents us from making any medical claims as to its qualities. We advise you to further your own research.