Gold was used as a remedy in traditional Chinese, Tibetan and Ayurvedic medicine, and the Romans, Aztecs, Incas and Maya healed with gold.
Hildegard von Bingen (1098- 1179) recommended gold in the 12th century against gout, neuralgia and also against phlegm as well as a universal remedy for maintaining health.
Even the most famous physician of the late Middle Ages, Paracelsus (1493-1541), developed many medicines based on metals, but gold was the highest remedy for him.
After extensive research, colloidal gold since the 1970s has regained its popularity.
The described properties of colloidal gold are used in a wide variety of fields, e.g. in naturopathy, medicine and cosmetics,... .
The various fields of application are based on medical knowledge which is not generally accepted by conventional medicine at present. Statements regarding the indication and effectiveness of colloidal gold are in no way medical advice or therapeutic recommendations. Any application, whether sublingual or purely external, is the sole responsibility of the user.
For any kind of illness, we always advise you to consult a doctor or alternative practitioner of your choice.
Legal notice: In the EU, Colloidal Gold is not a foodstuff in the sense of Art. 2 of Regulation (EC) No. 178/2002 and therefore not approved for human consumption. Colloidal Gold is not approved as a medicine or as a food supplement.
For legal reasons, we must point out that colloidal gold is intended for technical purposes. To use the product for any other purpose is at the discretion of the user. Colloidal gold is not approved as a medicine and it is not a foodstuff. In principle, a visit to a doctor is recommended in case of illness. Please understand that due to the current legal situation we are not allowed to give any information about the effect of the colloidal gold we offer.
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