Minerals for Life™ water-soluble Homeopathic Gold is a dietary supplement containing elemental gold.
There is continuing research to discover all the benefits of gold mineral water. Gold is nontoxic, promotes a general feeling of well-being, supports the body’s natural defenses, and promotes vitality and longevity.* Gold may also have an antioxidant effect on free radicals, promoting the health of various tissues.*
Gold encourages healthy joint function and movement.*
For centuries, gold has been used by American Indians for many purposes. After boiling a gold nugget in water, the shaman (medicine man or curandero) would give the water to the patient to drink for a variety of health benefits. Primarily the gold water was used to promote mental health and well-being.
|* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. |
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