Gold is one of the oldest medicines in human history. Doctors and ancient cultures have been using the healing properties from the “metal of light” for thousands of years.
But how does this mysterious metal actually cure? Scientists can now explain: In tiny doses Gold has a regulating effect on the human immune system. This conclusion was drawn from research conducted by Swedish researches at the Karolinska- Institute in Stokholm and American researches from Duke Univeristy in Durham.
Gold salts prevent emerging proteins to escape from the nucleus of immune cells. Normally the escaped protein can trigger inflammation, which then weakens the immune system. Since the nineteen twenties gold compounds are administered as a reliable basis for therapy against rheumatic diseases. It is also used to treat depression, anxiety and exhaustion. Gold can put a person in a better mood on a grey winter day.