Gold is one of the few things that has been proven to have medicinal properties, but for many it’s not an option.
As the gold price continues to climb, there’s a growing trend of herbal gold making a comeback.
A new herbal gold is making its way into our everyday lives, and it’s being touted as a more effective and natural alternative to gold.
One herbal gold that’s making waves is a new herbal Gold Silver Gold.
It’s called Green Tea Gold and it has been on the market for about a year now, according to a report from the Daily Mail.
The herb was first developed as a supplement for children with asthma, but in 2017 the company sold the product for use as a treatment for a serious autoimmune disease.
Green Tea Gold is a unique product that contains the alkaloid Green Tea, a plant extract known to be an effective anti-inflammatory and immune booster.
“Green Tea is a plant-derived alkaloids with a high content of anthocyanins, which have been shown to improve cardiovascular health and reduce inflammation and oxidative stress,” the company says on their website.
“It is also a powerful natural remedy for various digestive disorders including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.”
The herbal Gold also has the added benefit of containing trace amounts of gold, as well as some zinc.
Gold has traditionally been used for its beauty, but it’s also been touted as an alternative to traditional gold.
“Green tea Gold is comprised of a blend of Green Tea Extract, Aloe Vera, Green Tea Lecithin, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Citrate, Zinc Sulfate, and Copper Sulfide,” the website says.
“Each of the compounds in the Gold is bioactive, so it provides the most potent of natural remedies for digestive, respiratory, and metabolic disorders.
While it’s still unclear if Green Tea is safe for use, the company claims that Green Tea Green Tea can help boost mental and physical performance and boost energy levels.”
Green Tea has been used as a traditional remedy for chronic and non-cancerous conditions for hundreds of years, including digestive disorders.
Its ability to enhance the immune system and reduce the risk of cancer has been touted for decades.
However, Green tea isn’t just a traditional medicine, and the company’s website has a disclaimer that says, “it can be toxic to your health and can even harm your kidneys, lungs, or liver.”
A recent study found that it was possible for people who had used the herbal Gold to have liver and kidney damage.
According to the Daily News, Green Teas claims that the herbal extract was “thoroughly researched” before being approved for use in the United States.
But it hasn’t been entirely safe for humans.
“[The herb] has been shown in numerous studies to cause a number of adverse reactions, including hepatotoxicity, toxicity of liver, and renal and hepatic toxicity,” the Daily Beast reports.
In fact, a study conducted in 2015 by researchers at the University of Utah found that Green Teases could lead to liver and kidneys failure and lead to death in some people.
And according to the Huffington Post, Green teas have also been found to have a toxic effect on the human immune system.
Some have even suggested that Green teases may have a link to cancer.
Although there’s no evidence to support that claim, the herb has been linked to kidney and liver damage in laboratory animals.
There are a number different herbal products on the marketplace that are claimed to be safe for people.
The Daily Mail’s article notes that GreenTea is currently being sold at Amazon for $1.99 per gram and as an Amazon exclusive.
That said, it’s currently available on the company website for $12.99.
But the herbal gold isn’t the only product out there promising to help you boost your energy and mental performance.
According to Health Ranger, the herbal herb Gold is currently listed as a top selling herbal herbal supplement in the U.S. Its ingredients include The Green Tea extract, GreenTea Extract, and Green Tea Hydrosulfate.
Other herbal products are also on the list, including Green Tea Cactus Oil, Green Leaf Extract, Green Flower Extract, Ginseng Extract, Tea Tree Extract, Chamomile Extract, Oryza Sativa Root Extract, Tangerine Extract, Kava Extract, Blueberry Extract, Camellia Sinensis Extract, Lemon Juice Extract, Pomegranate Extract, Cucumber Extract, Citrus Medica, Senna Extract, Papaya Root Extract and Cucurbita Cucumis Extract.