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

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