Can the use of metal really have health benefits Healing properties in gemstones, minerals and metals have long been a part of holistic treatments through time immemorial. It is a popular practice in several cultures around the world to wear amulets or other jewellery containing precious stones for spiritual and health benefits. In this article, we’ll look at the proven health benefits of silver.
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Silver has many health benefits and has been used for centuries as an antimicrobial agent, and prolonged contact of the metal with the human body is said to have several health benefits, including better immunity. Silver is often used to fight infections and has preventive properties that aid in staving off colds and flu. Proximity to the metal may help regulate internal body heat and circulation. This property can be beneficial to humans suffering from a wide range of problems related to poor blood circulation, such as high blood pressure, varicose veins, etc. The natural properties of silver are also known to offset external electrical disturbances and maintain the temperature balance within the human body. Consequently, people who wear silver have reported benefits that include better energy levels and balanced emotional states, which they attribute to the use of the metal.
Another reported benefit of wearing silver is that it improves the elasticity of our blood vessels. Therefore, silver can improve bone formation, help in healing surface wounds and is often used as an agent in the maintenance of the skin. An interesting property of silver is that it changes colour when it comes into contact with toxic chemicals. This can be really helpful in avoiding contact with toxic substances. Many people are even known to use silver lined gloves when working on their computers in order to stop electrical charges from entering their body.
The use of silver has been prevalent in the pharmaceutical industry for long. Silver is often used in the manufacture of wound dressings, antibacterial creams and medical devices. Silver sulfadiazine is a chemical used to make wound dressings for external infections. Many medical devices are manufactured with an antibiotic coating that contains silver. Breathing tubes may sometimes use silver in order to reduce the risk of pneumonia, which could arise with the prolonged use of ventilators.
The beneficial properties of silver are derived from the chemical properties of the metal. A conductive field that is capable of reflecting electromagnetic radiation away from our bodies is created when silver ions gain a positive charge. This can favourably impact the body’s natural conductivity, which may result in improved blood circulation, temperature balance and promote a feeling of general well-being. These positively charged silver ions are capable of binding with oxygen receptors in bacteria that are negatively charged. This enables silver to battle harmful infections and disease.
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Infact, findings of a study conducted in 2008 proved that arthritis sufferers can benefit from wearing a particular type of silver ring. The study found that sufferers of rheumatoid arthritis, which is a type of auto-immune disease can benefit from wearing silver ring splints. The silver reduces deformity of finger joints, which is common in patients who suffer from this condition.
Whether you are interested in buying silver for its healing properties or simply as an investment, the experts at Physical Gold are always on hand to help you make the right choice. Our guide on how to buy silver in five easy steps can help you make a start. Even better, call us now on 020 7060 9992 or simply drop us a line through our website and our team of experts will get back to you. They can talk you through everything you need to know about purchasing silver, including silver coins (such as Britannias) and silver bars (such as a 1 kilo bar). Let us guide you in making a purchase that you’ll be proud of in years to come.
Daniel Fisher formed physical Gold in 2008, after working in the financial industry for 20 years. He spent much of that time working within the new issue fixed income business at a top tier US bank. In this role, he traded a large book of fixed income securities, raised capital for some of the largest government, financial, and corporate institutions in the world and advised the leading global institutional investors. Daniel is CeFA registered and is a member of the Institute of Financial Planning.