I began researching the possible benefits of Colloidal Gold after I received a tweet from a fellow chronic illness sufferer. This tweet was in response to my own tweet about Nancy Delise and her strong belief in the benefits of Colloidal Silver.
However, I started my Colloidal Gold search by consulting a post produced by the Natural Society. Their article is very informative and lists the many benefits that can be gained from this trace metal.
The process used to make Colloidal Gold. And the process us to make Colloidal Silver. Are the same processes to create nano-particles of gold.
Colloidal Gold Benefits
Nano-particles of gold offer protection against auto-immune disease and cancer rather than infectious disease. This clearly piqued my interest. As I have the autoimmune condition of Multiple Sclerosis.
Autoimmune diseases, particularly those of a neurological nature, seem to have become much more prevalent in recent years.
Vaccinations and industrial toxic output have created an increasingly toxic environment.
Add to this EMF (electromagnetic frequency), nuclear radiation, and agricultural chemical pollutions. We are living in an increasingly hazardous environment.
Furthermore, Gold has had historic uses in treating digestive and circulatory problems. It can also treat depression, obesity and burns.
It is a catalyst for endorphin-like hormones as well as the mitochondrial antioxidant enzyme superoxide-dismutase (SOD).
However, the reference to mitochondrial enzymes caught my attention immediately. I am now a firm believer that malnourished mitochondria are the root of my multiple sclerosis.
This belief has led me to write many articles propounding How to Fight MS effectively by boosting your mitochondria.
However, Colloidal Gold is simple to administer. Ingesting the tasteless compound by taking it orally. Or by nebulizing into the lungs.
Some of the conditions that may be improved are:
- Brain dysfunctions such as mental fog and forgetfulness. NaturalNews reports that research has shown IQ is boosted with colloidal gold.
- Insomnia and inability to relax
- Glandular issues and dysfunction.
- Chills and/or night sweats.
- Hot flashes, including those from hormonal imbalances.
- Digestive disorders
- Drug and alcohol addictions.
- Arthritis and any other joint inflammations.
- Depression, both chronic and SAD (seasonal affective disorder).
- Hypertension, high blood pressure, and muscle tension.
- Irregular heart rhythms (arrhythmia).
- Lowered libido and/or sexual dysfunction.
The list does not, explicitly, include Multiple Sclerosis. But, many of my MS symptoms do get a mention. Brain dysfunction, Insomnia and Digestive Disorders are my main problems at the moment.
The Chills, Night Sweats and Hot Flashes are less of a problem. But, I do experience these symptoms.
Purchasing Colloidal Gold
However, I am convinced that Colloidal Gold is worth giving a try. So, where can I buy it and is it prohibitively expensive?
The answer to that, is that it is not cheap. But, what price your health?
My instant action was to check the online availability. And yes, there are a number of sellers of colloidal gold on Amazon so, it is not difficult to acquire.
Gold has been used for medicinal and healing purposes for over 5,000 years. The Egyptians ingested gold for mental, bodily and spiritual purification.
As I intimated earlier in this post. The possibility that colloidal gold can help rebalance the function of mitochondria and clear the brain fog of multiple sclerosis. Is a possibility I can?t afford to ignore.
How does Colloidal Gold Operate
The ingestion of gold nano-particles affects the body in a number of ways. This can produce a number of different benefits.
However, I would like to refer you to the great rejuvenator of mind and body, an invaluable source of information.
- Anti-inflammatory properties
- Enhanced moods
- Improved cognitive function
- Rejuvenating properties
- Increased libido
Arguably colloidal gold?s most celebrated health benefit is its positive impact upon the body?s most important biological functions.
Firstly, it is known to rejuvenate the glands. And positively affect our bodies? warmth mechanisms. Resulting in a decrease in temperature-based issues like hot flushes, chills, and sweating at night.
Secondly, it stimulates the nerves, resulting in a decrease in nervous pressure.
And thirdly, it invigorates the sexual organs. Alleviating impotency and functioning as a serviceable aphrodisiac. Unsurprisingly, then, regular consumption of colloidal gold has also been linked to increased longevity.
Significantly, the warmth mechanism of the body is mitochondria. These cell organelles process the sugars and oxygen in our blood to produce the energy for life.
If colloidal gold can improve the function of our mitochondria, it can prolong our life and ensure our good health.
So due to the fact that a lot of the mental degradation I experience, is due to inflammation around the brain nerves. So if these trace amounts of gold can help reduce the inflammation, then my brain fog should lessen.
Consequently, I can see why Colloidal Gold might help my mitochondria.
Therefore, My MS symptoms should improve in direct proportion to any mitochondrial improvement.
I was diagnosed with Relapse/Remitting Multiple Sclerosis in 1994 at the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. This feels like a lifetime ago. And, to some of my younger readers it will be more than a lifetime ago.
Over the years, I have tried many medications and treatments to try and alleviate this condition. At the same time, I have rejected many possible treatments for being too risky or unproven.
I have taken to writing this blog as I find it helps stimulate my mind. This is a key component is my fight against this debilitating disease.
Learning to speak Spanish is a skill I am trying to develop. As this will further hone my mental acuity.
Do I really think that colloidal gold can match the claims made of it. Yes, on one condition. If this treatment can restore the normal function of mitochondria, then all other benefits will follow as a direct result of that single action.
Discovering this possible treatment has filled me with new hope. It is a treatment with believable results, that coincides with my understanding of mitochondrial dysfunction.
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