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Nano Gold is a first-in-class anti-inflammatory, it promotes brain function and improves and rejuvenates the skin.

What is Nano Gold?

Nano gold is a metal (mineral) that everyone needs to a greater or lesser extent. We use it for proper brain function, among other things. Gold, like all other minerals, is a nutrient that needs to be supplied regularly from the diet or a supplement. Gold particles present in the soil are taken up by certain plants and transformed into nano particles absorbable by humans. Dark blue/purple-coloured fruits in particular, such as blueberries and aubergine, still contain traces of gold. Unfortunately, due to industrial processing, precious metals are now rarely found in our food. Supplementation may therefore be desirable.

Nano Gold is anti-inflammatory, protects nerve tissue, is regenerative, stimulates collagen production and counteracts the formation of wrinkles. Nano Gold increases stimulus transmission in and between nerve cells and stimulates neurotransmitters, such as dopamine.

The combined properties of Nano Gold promote focus, clarity of mind, memory capacity, motor functions, emotional wellbeing and recovery from illness. It can also slow ageing and disease processes, leading to a longer lifespan. In short, we could call it “rejuvenating,” a claim for which gold has long been known.

Indications for use

  • Ageing
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Arthritis
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Bursitis
  • Couperosis
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Focus and concentration problems
  • For cancer prevention as treatment support
  • Inflammations (sterile)
  • Joint pain
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Nerve disorders
  • Neuropathy
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Parkinson’s
  • Rheumatism
  • Rosacea
  • Sagging of the skin
  • Tendonitis
  • Wrinkles
Michelle Thaller – astronomer and NASA's assistant director of science communications

Nano gold in earlier times

The use of nano gold has its origins in the oldest civilisations, from Sumer and Mesopotamia to ancient China and Egypt. The Aztecs literally considered gold the product of the gods.

Gold in drinkable form was already considered extremely valuable to our physical and energetic bodies in ancient times.

It improves physiological, energetic and spiritual processes. Nano gold is also widely used in the medical field and described in the scientific literature.

Since ancient times, gold has been described as a means of rejuvenation with consciousness-expanding properties. The oldest Chinese writings, dating back to 2500 BCE, describe how gold was used for spiritual purposes, as well as for physical conditions such as fistulas and haemorrhoids, which fall under venous disorders. Nowadays we know that gold is also good for the vessels in our brain.

Gold in your brain

Inside each nerve cell in your brain are a few gold atoms that keep the cell charged (moving/active). As a result, you are able to think and move. In other words, it means that the gold atoms in your brain cause you to exist. “Without gold atoms, we wouldn’t function properly, or even be here,” said Michelle Thaller, astronomer and NASA’s assistant director of science communications. Watch Michelle Thaller’s video on gold in our brain here. (link: https://bigthink.com/videos/michelle-thaller-how-neutron-star-collisions-created-all-the-gold-in-the-universe/ )

Astronomers have discovered that gold in the universe is created by collisions of neutron stars (extremely heavy stars). Since the sun, the earth and everything that lives on our earth were created from stardust from colliding stars, we therefore also consist of stardust, including the gold atoms now inside your brain.

Nano Gold has a strengthening effect on capillaries. There is evidence that Nano Gold can repair damaged nerve cells. Nano Gold can protect and restore the protective layer of nerve cells (myelin). Partly as a result, it improves the transmission of impulses between nerve cells.

Nerve cells depend on nutrients such as glucose, fats and metals, including gold, for their function.

The quality of capillaries and proper stimulus transmission is key to good brain function.

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Nano Gold in neuropathy and nerve disorders

Neuropathy is a disorder of one or more nerves. This changes the sensation in the arms, legs or face and the muscles no longer work as normal. Damage to a single nerve is called mononeuropathy; when multiple nerves are affected, this is called polyneuropathy. The condition is difficult to cure. It is estimated that several hundred thousand people in the Netherlands have neuropathy. Several studies have shown that nano gold particles can repair damaged nerve cells, resulting in less pain and improved motor function.

In MS, an autoimmune disease, nerve cells are damaged as the protective fatty layer called myelin is compromised. This disrupts information transmission, resulting in pain and movement restriction. Research shows that Nano Gold is able to repair the myelin layer of axons (which are the offshoots of nerve cells). In induced damage to myelin in animal models, Nano Gold was found to significantly slow myelin degradation.

“In research, Nano Gold particles show an excellent ability to inhibit clumping of proteins involved in parkinson's disease”

Nano Gold in Parkinson's and Alzheimer's disease

Parkinson’s disease is a common neurodegenerative disease that affects more than 10 million people worldwide. It is characterised by motor symptoms such as tremors, stiffness, slowness of movement and difficulty walking and is often accompanied by fatigue, depression, pain and cognitive impairment. The main features of Parkinson’s are the presence of malformed proteins and cell death of dopamine-dependent neurons in the basal ganglia of the brain. The basal ganglia are involved in cognition and emotion and play an important role in “reward and reinforcement” of behaviour, “response to a stimulus,” addictive behaviour and habit formation.

In research, nano gold particles showed an excellent ability to inhibit the clumping of proteins involved in Parkinson’s disease. Gold particles also protected against neurotoxicity (toxicity to the nervous system) in experiments. Animal experiments on mice in which Parkinson’s was induced showed that nano gold particles could effectively reverse the behavioural disorders of the sick mice. A reduction in Parkinson’s-related nerve cell loss also emerged.

Alzheimer’s disease, like Parkinson’s, is a neurodegenerative disorder, diagnosed in millions of people worldwide. Alzheimer’s involves plaques, which are clumps of certain proteins that fold incorrectly and accumulate between nerve cells. This interferes with communication between brain cells. In addition, Alzheimer’s also involves tangles, a stacking of a different type of protein. Tangles form a knot within brain cells. Recent studies show that Alzheimer’s, like Parkinson’s, is associated with inflammation and oxidative stress.

An animal study showed that nano gold particles activated protective proteins in affected brains similar to Alzheimer’s, preventing oxidative damage. Nano gold restored antioxidant status and reduced brain tissue damage. These results provide confirmation of what has long been experienced in the use of nano gold and nano platinum in brain degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease.

Nano Gold in rheumatism and sterile inflammation

Rheumatism is a collective term for more than 100 disorders of joints, muscles and tendons, often accompanied by inflammation and mineral deficiency. Rheumatism is classified into arthritis, osteoarthritis, gout and fibromyalgia, or soft tissue rheumatism, among others. One in nine people in the Netherlands has some form of rheumatism, and this number increases every day.

Several studies show that Nano Gold can inhibit and regulate various pro-inflammatory substances in inflammatory conditions such as arthritis, tendonitis, brain injury, Crohn’s disease and sunburn. Nano Gold also stimulates tissue repair.

What is rheumatoid arthritis?

Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease (meaning the body attacks healthy cells), involving progressive inflammation that attacks the cartilage in the joints. This leads to pain, thickening, deformity and immobility.

Progressive inflammation is caused by elevated levels of certain proteins, hormones and fatty substances. A disruption in the complex interaction between these inflammation regulators is responsible for the destruction of cartilage in joints. Nano Gold can inhibit various pro-inflammatory substances. Moreover, there is evidence that Nano Gold

significantly inhibits damage caused by free radicals. This prevents degradation of cartilage.

Nano Gold as medicine for rheumatism

In the early 1900s, the Empire Rheumatism Council sponsored a 30-year clinical trial that proved the effectiveness of using gold compounds to treat rheumatoid arthritis. This resulted in long-term and widespread use of gold in various types of rheumatism and other inflammatory conditions.

To conduct studies according to Western medical standards, all gold particles must be the same, stable and traceable. To obtain stability, the gold particles were attached to other components, creating gold compounds.

These compounds could not be administered orally, but were injected into muscle tissue. This promoted rapid absorption but also caused adverse side effects.

Although gold has been used medicinally for centuries and was also the primary registered therapy for active rheumatoid arthritis in Western medicine for decades, its use declined around 1995. Meanwhile, several studies have shown that nano (and colloidal) gold can be effective and safe alternatives to gold compounds in the treatment of patients with rheumatoid arthritis.

Several studies and many practical examples have now confirmed this statement. Nano gold, which is even more refined than colloidal gold, has been shown time and again to have no toxicity and side effects and to be highly effective against several sterile inflammations, such as rheumatoid arthritis.

“Gold has a restorative function on the skin and activates the production of collagen.”

Using Nano Gold for skin, connective tissue, bones and joints

Collagen is a protein that acts as the “glue” of our body. Bones, joints, muscles, connective tissue, blood vessels, skin, hair and nails all contain collagen, with percentages ranging from 10 to 70%. Collagen provides both firmness and suppleness and is an important factor in mobility, osteoarthritis (joint wear), arteriosclerosis (vascular hardening), wrinkles and skin ageing, among others. After the age of 25, we produce less and less collagen and, in addition, the storage depots of collagen harden, making it more difficult for the cells to release it.

By both ingesting and applying nano gold directly to the skin, it can stimulate collagen formation internally and locally, thus combating wrinkles and couperosis as well as promoting suppleness of muscles and joints. Because gold inhibits inflammation, it also combats rosacea.

Gold stimulates collagen production through light

The production and release of collagen can be stimulated by near-infrared light. This looks like infrared light but is orange-red instead of red. This particular light is part of “ordinary” daylight, which consists of different colours. It can penetrate the skin to a depth of 10 mm below the skin surface, where fibroblasts are located, cells that produce and release collagen. With its specific frequency, the near-infrared light affects the activity of fibroblasts, stimulating the production and release of collagen.

Nano gold particles absorb and reflect light. By both ingesting and applying nano gold externally, the gold particles also enter the fibroblasts. When you then go outside, your skin receives the near-infrared light and the gold particles reflect this light into the cells, which additionally activates the production and release of collagen. Your cells always retain a little light. So even if you don’t get outside, gold helps activate this stored light. Therefore, gold literally gives shine and colour to your skin. Moreover, as an antioxidant, gold also protects against the harmful effects of the sun.

Using Nano Gold together with your day cream, body lotion or muscle and joint gel

In addition to the fact that Nano Gold activates light in your cells, studies have also shown that it acts as a carrier for other active ingredients and brings them more deeply into the skin. Nano Gold thus helps to enhance the efficacy of skin care products.

Nano Gold has also been shown to accelerate the wound healing process. Healthy skin renewal is the key to youthful-looking skin.

Skin care products combined with Nano Gold can help slow the signs of ageing and reduce the appearance of wrinkles and lines, including expression lines. It is highly recommended for skin that needs extra nourishment. Spray or dab the Nano Gold on the (facial) skin and then apply the desired cream for optimal effect.

You can also boost collagen activation in your joints and the anti-inflammatory effects of a muscle and joint gel with Nano Gold. Dab or spray the Nano Gold on the skin and then apply the cream. Use for all muscle and joint pains.

“The medicinal and anti-cancer properties of gold have enjoyed great interest from medical science for decades”

Nano Gold protects against cancer

Due to its distinctive qualities as an antioxidant, enhancer of other antioxidants, anti-inflammatory and enhancer of excitation transmission, Nano Gold has a protective role for cells and their DNA. It prevents mutations and thus the development of cancer cells. The body can also harness Nano Gold to repair mutated cells and DNA. The medicinal and anti-cancer properties of all precious metals, not least gold, have enjoyed great interest from medical science for decades.

Suggested use of Nano Gold

Take before meals or between meals. Preferably hold in the mouth for 1 minute before swallowing. This promotes immediate and complete absorption through the oral mucosa. Do NOT put the bottle to your mouth, but use the measuring cup provided, a cup of your own or a spoon, which may be a metal spoon.

Spray 3 to 4 sprays or dab a teaspoonful onto the skin and allow it to be absorbed. Repeat 2 to 3 times a day.

The best results can be achieved by combining internal and external use.

Dosage of Nano Gold

Initial dosage: 5 ml (1 teaspoon) to 15 ml (1.5 tablespoons) daily, building up to the standard dosage over one to two weeks.

Standard dosage: 20 – 30 ml daily.

After about one to two months, you can switch to the maintenance dosage.

Maintenance dosage: 10-15 ml daily, or 20-30 ml every two weeks.

Age 0 – 2: 1 to 2 drops daily.

Age 2 – 6: 3 drops to 5 ml (1 teaspoon) daily.

Age 6 – 12: 5 ml (1 teaspoon) to 10 ml/1 tablespoon daily.

Initial dosage: 1 to 3 drops weekly.

Maintenance dosage: a few drops to 5 ml daily or 5 to 10 ml every two weeks.

Individual needs may vary widely. For some people, just a few drops are already effective (especially for highly sensitive people), while others temporarily or occasionally need higher doses, up to about 60 ml (6 tablespoons) a day. Because gold acts on the brain and “opens up” systems of the body, starting immediately with the standard dosage can sometimes overstimulate. In that case, temporary fatigue, nausea or headaches may occur. These symptoms rarely last more than a week and often provide faster and better results. To prevent symptoms, start with the initial dosage. 

How soon can results be expected?

Most people notice the effect of Nano Gold within half an hour to a few days, for example, increased clarity and focus, pain relief, an uplifting feeling, or a beautiful glow on the skin. Complaints such as Parkinson’s, rheumatism and bursitis take longer before a clear effect is noticed, usually one to two months.

Gold, like all other minerals, is a nutrient that can come from food or a supplement. The body cannot make it itself. Today’s diet in most countries contains hardly any gold. Therefore, long-term supplementation with a maintenance dose is usually necessary to permanently counteract certain symptoms and achieve and maintain optimal health.

Nano Gold, like other minerals such as magnesium or iron, can be taken as needed, for example, in flare-ups of inflammation such as rheumatism, periodontitis, IBS or nerve pain. The positive effect can be enhanced by also taking Nano Magnesium and/or Nano Platinum, depending on the indication.


Nano Gold can be taken safely alongside diet and supplementation and along with virtually any medication. Because Nano Gold increases stimulus transmission, it can, however, overstimulate. Therefore, with sensitivity and medications such as antidepressants, sleep-inducing drugs and Parkinson’s medications, adjusted dosing may be desirable. Always start with a low dose of a few drops to a teaspoon and always consult an expert when in doubt.

Precious metals as medicine:

Sometimes precious metals, such as gold and platinum, can replace regular medication wholly or in part, by rebalancing disturbed processes. When a person prefers not to take regular medication because of (possible) side effects, precious metals (in combination with other supplements) could offer an alternative or lead to a better effect, allowing the regular medication to be reduced.

When uncertain about use:

Consult your health advisor, physician, pharmacist or a specialist in nano minerals.

Shelf life

Dark violet glass optimally protects against oxidation. These bottles do not need to be stored in the refrigerator. After opening, they will keep for at least 12 months. Nano minerals are generally translucent, odourless and flavourless. Sometimes subtle changes in colour, smell and taste may occur. If there are large changes in colour, odour or taste, the product may be oxidised. In that case, it is advised to stop using it internally.

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