Thursday, February 21, 2013

Gold is Not Healthy for Men

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According to Islam, men are prohibited from wearing gold in any form, while women are not. Muslims are familiar with this prohibition. But actually there are some science facts that prove this prohibition is reasonable. Aside from all wisdom about men not allowed to wear golds, some physicist found out that gold atom can actually migrate to the inside of our body, mixing with our blood. This migrations tends to give a high level of metal to men's blood. This high level of metal in blood stream can leads to alzheimer later on the man's life.



What about other metal, such as silver, platinum, and the others? Well, they'll not easily migrate to our body as gold does.
And what about women? Why do women allowed to wear gold? There is no reasonable prove yet, but since women body are naturally supposed to wear jewelry, I think Allah makes their body can handle the gold migration. Actually there is a theory that women can cleanse their blood through menstruation, while men cannot. But as long as we know, menstruation blood comes only from the uterus.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Gold is an inert element, therefore it cannot chemically reacts in natural way with any element besides its chemistry group. If human blood contains any gold leaching agent such as CN- or Hg2+, then the article would be make sense, but fortunately not.

Anonymous said...

Well... the above comment says it's not true... but the above writer forgot to read properly... this is a recent discovery, that happens to match with ancient knowledge... shouldn't be dismissed at first glance, there IS something here, that we should really investigate...

One thing is sure: we DO NOT KNOW EVERYTHING, there is much to be discovered yet, and we should not take it for granted all the things we know about gold...

It's a metal that's been referenced for a long time, the ancient people had way more time to find out it's properties, and we must pay attention to that...

Besides, i don't need no scientist to tell me that putting something above my skin, and leaving it there for years, it'll begin to be mixed with my cells... it's common sense, it happens, our sweat makes contact with the metal, dissolves it slowly, and therefore gets in the skin, in the blood, and so on... is it so hard to see?

Other thing... there has been, around the world, many cases of gold allergy in men, but very few cases relating to silver and other metals... this is an indicative, isn't it? Or is just an coincidence? Studies nowadays says and confirm: it's not... please, be aware...

Isn't strange that some "bad people" force us to use gold at a certain time in our lifes? Again, just to be sure: be... aware!

Anonymous said...

I'm a bit curious so I googled around about this. Found this interesting article: http://phys.org/news10099.html

Apparently, gold is NOT the cause for Alzheimer. The research was using gold nano particle to CURE the Alzheimer.

Sauradeep Dey said...

What a stupid article. Haha

Sauradeep Dey said...

What a stupid article. Haha

Anonymous said...

I'm a Muslim I just accept whatever my religion prohibits I dont need science to verify it as if science is above religion. I think that's what imaan is all about. The very shameful trend amongst modern muslim nowadays is that they try to connect science to every religious things and always fall prey to such scientific concoctions by naughty people as the gold-alzhiemer connection. This sort of thing only makes muslims look more foolish then they already are. This is yet another hoax.

Unknown said...

According to ancient Egyptian knowelge men where to were sliver and women gold because gold does enter both blood stream of men and women ,however women release blood during melstral season does not effect them in the long run

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