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Would you eat 24 carat gold?
Posted by: Tai ()
Date: March 12, 2018 03:51PM

I was at a trade show this weekend. John Kohler did a live demo there at Tribest but I missed it. Also at Tribest, where Steve Meyerowitz, the Sprout Man, would normally present (but passed on due to that accident) were his two sons who did a demo. I missed that too, but nice to see his sons involved. Pic of them:

Anyway, so I got pulled aside at a booth and asked to eat 24k gold covered cardamon. I use cardamon in my formulas and there are many different types, plus there was saffron present too, so I tried a few. The guy kept trying to get me to eat more, but I thought my metal levels were already saturated by then.

What a trip...thought I would share...


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Re: Would you eat 24 carat gold?
Posted by: Tai ()
Date: March 12, 2018 04:35PM




One of the most common side effects of gold therapy is an allergic reaction. Gold alleviates arthritis and other inflammatory conditions by binding to specific proteins in your immune cells and interfering with the production of inflammatory chemicals. However, when gold attaches to these proteins, it alters their shape. This can prompt your immune system to recognize the proteins as “foreigners,” thus triggering an allergic response. In some cases, an allergic reaction to gold may not occur until you have taken it for a long time – sometimes many months.

Toxicity to gold compounds can develop in several of your organ systems. Oral gold preparations can cause diarrhea. Gold allergy can be manifested by rashes, itching and reddened skin. Bone marrow suppression – a side effect that can lead to anemia, bleeding problems or infections – is relatively common during gold therapy. Kidney and liver damage are also relatively common, so these organs’ functions must be monitored when you are taking gold. Any toxic reaction to gold mandates discontinuation of therapy and may require medical treatment.

Gold has been used as an immune-suppressing drug for many years. Although it is now employed less frequently than in the past, new formulations – gold nanoparticles, for example – are being investigated for their utility in treating a number of conditions, including rheumatoid arthritis and cancer. If you already have liver or kidney disease, you should not take gold as it can further damage these organs. Your doctor is the best source of information regarding the uses and dangers of gold therapy.

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Re: Would you eat 24 carat gold?
Posted by: Avocadess ()
Date: March 15, 2018 09:09PM

No, I would not eat it unless it was organically within my plant foods.

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