THE GOLDEN HEALTH SERIES | Part 6: Gold Is More Than Just A Pretty Accessory

THE GOLDEN HEALTH SERIES | Part 6: Gold Is More Than Just A Pretty Accessory

Dear Reader,


Let’s go over the basics first. 

Gold is a chemical element with the symbol Au (from Latin: aurum) and atomic number 79. In its purest form, it is a bright, slightly reddish yellow, dense, soft, malleable metal. The timeless beauty and classy appearance of gold continue to make it one of the most popular metals for making jewelry.

However, many different cultures have long believed in the healing power of certain metals – gold included. In fact, there are several good reasons to wear gold jewelry. Throughout history Gold has been used for its healing properties for centuries in various cultures. The metal is thought to have the ability to regulate body temperature and circulation, as well as improve joint function and reduce inflammation. Wearing gold jewelry is said to provide relief from arthritis pain, skin conditions like eczema, and even migraines.  Additionally, it’s believed that gold can help regulate hormones, so it’s often worn by women during menopause or during pregnancy. Some even consider gold a natural antidepressant because of its ability to boost mood and energy levels.

What does science say?

Gold has been used in traditional medicine for centuries and there is now scientific evidence to support some of these practices. Studies have shown that wearing gold can improve blood circulation, reduce inflammation, and promote cell regeneration.  Gold is also known to be hypoallergenic and non-toxic, making it a safe alternative to other metals. Some research also suggests that golden jewelry may be able to help relieve anxiety and depression.

Body Temperature

Many people find their body's temperature fluctuating and causing them issues such as chills, hot flashes, and other health problems. A popular solution to this that many people use is gold because it can help regulate body temperature.  For example, women going through menopause often suffer from hot flushes. Wearing gold jewelry can apparently give them some relief. 

Symptoms of Arthritis 

Patients who suffer from arthritis have to deal with a lot of physical and emotional pain, which makes them unable to enjoy the things they love. Now, as medical science has progressed so much that it delivers several methods of treating the disease, people often medicate themselves with anti-inflammatory drugs that calm down their excruciating pain. 

However, researchers have found that wearing 24kt gold affords some level of pain relief. The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) cites multiple trials conducted on patients suffering from this disease and notes that they experienced great improvements in their health status as well as reduced pain symptoms.

Anxiety and Stress

When the days are long and stressful, it's easy to make bad choices that can impact your mental well-being. Fortunately, there is a simple solution: gold jewelry. Fashioned out of this precious metal, gold pieces make you feel good both physically and emotionally — worn on people of all ages for centuries, it boosts confidence and offers a sense of empowerment. With our designs that are not only fashionable but also classic and elegant, it will be easy for you to express yourself when wearing such pieces!


Acupuncture is one of the oldest medical practices. The healing traditions of ancient China and Korea first used gold-tipped needles to alleviate inflammation and encourage the free flow of natural energy through the body. Since then, modern research has confirmed that acupuncture can treat nausea, pain, infertility, liver disease, and other ailments caused by blockages in the flow of this vital energy.


We have come to our final blog for this series, we know that you all would have learn't something from our Golden Health Series and we would love to hear your feedback! The research in gold and its benefits to health, beauty and life are continually investigated. We hope you have enjoyed this read. Signing off for now!


Till next time,

Sincere Sally Team

August 10, 2022 — Sincere Sally
THE GOLDEN HEALTH SERIES | Part 5: The 5 Health Benefits of Eating Gold

THE GOLDEN HEALTH SERIES | Part 5: The 5 Health Benefits of Eating Gold


Dear Reader,

While most people are very aware of the health benefits of eating gold, it’s surprising how few people know about them all. You’ve probably seen the Salt Bae gold stake on the internet a lot of times. But let’s be honest, not all of us can go to Dubai and spend $1000 on a stake! That’s why we have compiled this list of the top 5 health benefits of eating gold to help educate those who are interested in improving their diet and overall health but don’t know where to start (and don’t want to spend a fortune in Salt Bae’s restaurant)! 

In this article, you will find all kinds of great information about the many ways that gold can benefit your health, including tips and tricks to help you incorporate it into your daily routine.

Here are the five health benefits of eating gold that you didn’t know about before.


1. Help with fertility

Gold is a key ingredient in many traditional medicines and has been used to treat a variety of ailments for centuries. Though modern science has yet to confirm many of the claims made about gold's healing properties, there is some evidence that suggests gold can be beneficial for fertility. 

For example, one study found that gold nanoparticles were able to improve the quality of sperm in rats. Additionally, gold is thought to have anti-inflammatory properties, which could help reduce the risk of fertility problems caused by inflammation. Scientific Reports from 2017 note that, for thousands of years, the traditional Indian Ayurvedic approach to healing has involved the use of incinerated gold ash. It has been claimed that gold ash, also called Swarna Bhasma, can be beneficial for those attempting to conceive. Dr. Tabitha Cranie, M.D. of Northwest Medical Plus claims that Swarna Bhasma can treat male infertility. Researchers have conducted small studies to test the theory, but they note that further analysis is needed. So stay tuned!

2. Boost memory

According to recent studies, gold can help improve your memory. The research showed that participants who ate gold felt more alert and had better memories than those who didn't eat gold. Gold is thought to boost memory by increasing the levels of dopamine in the brain. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that helps with learning and memory. Gold also helps improve blood circulation and oxygenation in the brain, which is both important for cognitive function.

According to Liana Werner-Gray, bestselling author and certified nutritionist who studies edible gold, some modern researchers have concluded that it can improve brain function and nerve structure. Due to its capability to reduce stress, repair the brain, and boost the immune response to oxidative stress, it might be helpful for those suffering from anxiety.

3. Reduces disease activity and joint inflammation

Many people are surprised to learn that gold can have health benefits. For centuries, people have used gold for medicinal purposes. It is thought to help reduce disease activity and joint inflammation, and it’s also believed to improve circulation and promote healing. Some people even believe that gold can help treat conditions like arthritis and cancer (we covered the topic of cancer in Part 4: The mysterious health benefit of gold).

Gold also has pain relieving properties, although it’s not clear how it works. One study looked at 12 people with joint inflammation who took either one gram of gold per day or a placebo for six weeks. At the end of that time, those who had taken gold experienced significantly less joint pain and swelling compared to those taking a placebo. This might sound amazing, but always speak to your doctor before experimenting with your diet!

4. Encourages hair growth

Did you know that gold can actually encourage hair growth? That's right - the element has been used in traditional medicine for centuries to help improve hair health. Gold is thought to stimulate hair growth by increasing blood circulation to the scalp. It also helps to reduce inflammation and can even be used to treat dandruff. Plus, it's a great way to add some extra shine to your locks!

5. Helps in Lymphatic Drainage

Many people are unaware that it is possible to improve your lymphatic system. Lymph nodes, which are located throughout your body and take part in detoxification, are key organs in lymphatic drainage. The good news is that they can be improved through proper diet and exercise; increasing how much exercise and adding a bit of gold to your diet can help keep your lymphatic system healthy. You'll find that many foods contain antioxidants that help fight oxidative stress, helping maintain a balanced healthy state for your whole body. It's an important part of your immune system, and it can be helped by adding gold to your meals.


This was part 5 of our Golden Health Series. Hopefully, you enjoyed reading this blog, as we covered a lot of interesting topics this month. Science is improving every year, so expect this metal to offer even more benefits in the future.

Stay tuned for our 6th and final blog for this series!


Till next time,

Sincere Sally Team

August 03, 2022 — Sincere Sally
THE GOLDEN HEALTH SERIES | Part 4: The Mysterious Relationship between Gold & Cancer

THE GOLDEN HEALTH SERIES | Part 4: The Mysterious Relationship between Gold & Cancer

Dear Reader,

What do you think about gold? Does it just symbolize wealth and power? Or does it also have some other meaning or benefit that we haven’t discovered yet? 

A study by researchers from Johns Hopkins University suggests that we’ve been missing out on one very important benefit of gold all this time, and this new finding could be an exciting discovery in alternative medicine. Gold has already been known to have antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, but the researchers found that it can also function as an anticancer agent, specifically as an inhibitor of cancerous tumour growth in ovarian cancer cells.

But what makes gold so special anyway? How does it control the growth of cancerous cells? 

This blog explores the mysterious relationship between gold and cancer.

Which Type Of Gold Should Be Used?

The type of gold that should be used to treat cancer is still being debated by the medical community. Some believe that only pure gold can be used, while others believe that any type of gold can be effective. The most important thing is to make sure that the gold is of a high quality so that it can be properly absorbed by the body. There are many different types of gold available on the market and some are more expensive than others. The debate over which type of gold should be used for cancer treatment has yet to be resolved and is something that will continue to puzzle medical experts in the future.

On the other hand, there has been a rumour that nano gold can be used for treating cancer. Nano or colloidal gold is said to work on cancer cells by controlling the growth of these cells. It is believed that the gold particles can attach to the surface of cancer cells and prevent them from growing or multiplying. In addition, nano or colloidal gold is also said to help the body control the growth of cancerous cells. This is because the gold particles can stimulate the production of white blood cells (the body's defence mechanism), which are responsible for attacking and killing cancer cells. 

What Are Other Advantages Of Taking Colloidal Or Nano Gold?

Colloidal gold is created by gold nanoparticles that are about 5 to 10 nanometers in size. When taken as a supplement, it is thought to help with a variety of issues. Some people believe that it can help with arthritis, while others think it can help improve brain function. Some even believe that it can help slow the aging process. While there is no scientific evidence to support these claims, many people continue to take colloidal gold as a supplement due to its purported health benefits. Research has found that for those who do suffer from arthritis, taking colloidal gold supplements may reduce joint pain and inflammation. However, more research needs to be done before any definitive conclusions can be made. There also isn't much evidence to support claims that taking this supplement will increase brain function or make you age slower.


Though more research needs to be done to understand the mechanisms at play, gold appears to have some cancer-fighting properties. In addition to controlling the growth of cancer, gold can help the body control the growth of cancerous cells. As such, it is being used as an alternative medicine for treating different types of cancers, with promising results. Though more research is needed to confirm these findings, gold may prove to be a valuable tool in the fight against cancer. In the end, we hope we've piqued your interest a little bit, and we hope you've learned a little something.

This was part 4 of our Golden Health Series, we hope you’ve enjoyed it and learned something new.

Watch out for part 5 which is coming soon!


Till next time,

Sincere Sally Team

July 20, 2022 — Sincere Sally


Dear Reader,

From ancient times…

Gold has several properties that can make it a great skin product for almost any skin type. In fact, gold has been known for its anti-aging properties since ancient Egypt.

As we recall history, Cleopatra reputedly used gold as a part of her beauty regime as a way of outshining the other imperial concubines and in order to compete for the attention of the Pharaoh.

In today's society, many international celebrities use nanotechnology to implant gold wires into their skin for the purpose of anti-aging, lifting the skin, and staying young. To make themselves look shining and charming, celebrities often buy expensive gold masks before attending banquets. Now you know the secret to “shining” Holywood skin!

If you read up on the various documents about gold, you will find that they all speak about how this metal has been widely used throughout history and in many cultures due to its property as an excellent conductor of heat and electrical energy. 

But since you’ve been reading our gold and health series, you already know some benefits gold has on your health. 

If you are more into science, we suggest you check out this official article from NCBI (National Center For Biotechnology Information) about a transdermal gold delivery system using a nanofibrous mask.

In this part of the Gold & Health Series, we will help you understand why using gold as an anti-aging product is not just beneficial but essential if you want to retain your youthful appearance, even as you get older.


Aging: The thing that we can’t stop (or can we?)

Aging is a natural process that cannot be avoided. However, the rate at which your body ages is completely within your control.

The skin is the largest organ in the human body, and it plays a crucial role in how we look and feel. Healthy skin helps you look younger, feel more confident, and even impacts your mental health. Aging skin is not something to be afraid of because it’s an inevitable part of life, but you can take measures to slow down its impact on your appearance. 

Whether you have dry, oily, or sensitive skin, there are certain things you can do to keep your skin young and healthy. Some simple things include drinking lots of water, eating right, exercising regularly, and also using gold for anti-aging purposes. I mean Cleopatra did it…


How to Use Gold for Anti-Aging Purposes?

Gold-based products often contain many other ingredients, such as vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, vitamin E, coconut oil, rosehip oil, and so on, which help you to anti-aging, skin moisturization, fade away the melanin and wrinkles and firm up the skin.

It protects the skin against radiation, promotes cell metabolism and regeneration, accelerates collagen synthesis, works effectively to activate the skin, and restores its tension. Overall it reproduces the radiance of your skin.  

Once the gold is fully absorbed and your skin has been moisturized, the unique nourishing and moisturizing ingredients begin to do their magic, leaving your skin smooth, soft, and supple as pearls. Furthermore, most gold-based products contain other ingredients, such as Vit C, hyaluronic acid, coconut oil, Vit E, rosehip oil, and so on. Each one of those ingredients has a role in helping you treat aging, so look out for them.



Now you know the skin routine of Cleopatra and famous Hollywood stars that you can implement in your own skin routine. 

This was part 3 of our Golden Health Series, we hope you’ve enjoyed it and learned something new.

Watch out for part 4 which is coming soon!


Till next time,

Sincere Sally Team

July 12, 2022 — Sincere Sally
THE GOLDEN HEALTH SERIES | Part 2: Sensitive Skin

THE GOLDEN HEALTH SERIES | Part 2: Sensitive Skin

Dear Reader,

Do we have the perfect solution for your sensitive skin?

Have you ever searched for that one product to help with your sensitive skin, only to find out it contains ingredients that will irritate your skin? If you have sensitive skin, chances are you've had this happen before.

So you’re probably on the hunt for a new skincare routine to help soothe your sensitive skin. Well, you just may want to consider using gold. That's right, GOLD! This precious metal has been used in skincare for centuries and is known for its anti-inflammatory and brightening properties. Plus, it just looks pretty darn luxurious!

When used on the skin, gold can help to reduce inflammation and calm redness, and it can also help to brighten the complexion and give the skin a radiant glow.

Because gold-based skincare products absorb quickly, they can reach the skin dermis, where they deposit their active ingredients. It helps treat the skin from its source and delivers long-lasting results which your skin will definitely appreciate! Further, they will promote the development of new skin cells and promote skin healing. This will rejuvenate and restore the vibrancy of your skin!

The use of gold-containing skincare products is said to be effective in reducing acne and blemishes, as well as reducing other allergic reactions that may occur.

The theory is that the antioxidants present in gold help to improve blood circulation, which then helps to fight off these skin issues. While there is no scientific proof that this actually works, many people that are using gold-based skincare products say that they have seen a noticeable difference in their skin after using them. Feel free to give it a try yourself and let us know if you've had any success!


Why should you try gold-based skincare products in the first place?

One of the reasons is that gold can help reduce redness and irritation, two of the main symptoms of sensitive skin. Gold can also help heal wounds and scars faster by stimulating cell regeneration. So if you're looking for a natural way to soothe your sensitive skin, consider adding some gold to your beauty routine! Or even better, wear high quality gold jewelry pieces from Sincere Sally! Look good and improve your skin sensitivity! Win, win. 

This is it for the PART 2 of the Golden health Series!

Hope you enjoyed and learned something new about Gold. Keep an eye out for Part 3 that will soon hit your inbox!


Till next time,

Sincere Sally Team

July 04, 2022 — Sincere Sally
THE GOLDEN HEALTH SERIES | Part 1: Skin Blemishes & Imperfections

THE GOLDEN HEALTH SERIES | Part 1: Skin Blemishes & Imperfections


Dear Reader,


By the title of the blog you are probably really curious about how gold can change your health and wellbeing.

We understand you, and we hope you will stick with us till the end as we provide some interesting facts regarding your health and gold.

Let us introduce you to Sincere Sally’s Golden Health Series! We've put together a set of fun facts about gold and health that you probably didn't know, but NEED to know. We hope you enjoy this and please don’t hesitate to leave us a comment about the GH Series! We’d love to hear from you!

Let’s begin! Part 1: Skin Blemishes and Imperfections.

So what actually are the benefits of gold?
As they say, all that glitters-really is gold! It has been well documented for centuries that gold provides beauty benefits beyond its aesthetic appeal.

As you probably already knew, gold is great, but it’s especially good when it comes to skincare. Due to its natural properties, gold reduces acne, evens out pigmentation and soothes sensitive skin (this is why genuine gold is recommended for new piercings!).

Natural gleam makes the skin it's added to look luminous, and it helps it look younger by making it more elastic.

Don’t tell your granny just yet, let us explain a bit more…
For as long as we can remember, gold has been used as a precious metal, with many people using it as a form of currency and ornaments. But in recent years, this metal has become increasingly popular with investors, as many of them are using it as an alternative to traditional investments such as bonds and stocks. Once it was considered purely a precious metal, there was a discovery that it has medicinal properties too. Gold has been known to have potential as a treatment for a wide range of conditions and illnesses, such as cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.

Now let’s get back to some basic biology and check out what’s going on at the cellular level. The lining cells located under the epidermis (the surface of the skin) and responsible for creating new, healthy skin cells are activated by none other than GOLD! When it interacts with your skin, your basal cells are put into action so they can produce fresh cells that will push old and dead skin cells up and off from the inside out.

So what’s the result, you ask?
New skin grows in place of old skin, and the skin becomes softer, healthier, and more elastic. In simple words marks, spots, lines, and wrinkles vanish as new skin grows.

Quick and simple! Ok, we’ve got that covered so let’s move on to skin blemishes. Be honest, we’ve all had them or still have them. They’re not fun… Treatments for skin blemishes and imperfections that involve the use of gold have existed for centuries, with practitioners using everything from myrrh ( sap-like substance that comes out of cuts in the bark of certain trees) and beeswax creams to the most exotic of precious minerals to achieve their desired effects.

Scientists have long wondered if gold might reduce skin blemishes, which are the first signs of aging. Currently, there’s not a lot of evidence that supports gold as a skin care product, but new research in mouse models suggests that an application of gold microparticles on the skin might have an effect that we are looking for. The best way to try this for yourself is to find a gold-based facemask. You'll want to find one that contains aloe vera and vitamin E, so it can deliver a powerful antioxidant that can reduce wrinkles and revitalize the skin, leaving your face with a golden glow.

This is it for the PART 1 of the Golden health Series!

Hope you enjoyed and learned something new about Gold. Keep an eye out for Part 2 that will soon hit your inbox!


Till next time,

Sincere Sally Team

June 23, 2022 — Sincere Sally