GOLD AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO NEUROLOGICAL/GLANDULAR CONDITIONS

@article{Richards2002GOLDAI,
  title={GOLD AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO NEUROLOGICAL/GLANDULAR CONDITIONS},
  author={D. Richards and D. McMillin and E. Mein and C. Nelson},
  journal={International Journal of Neuroscience},
  year={2002},
  volume={112},
  pages={31 - 53}
}
Despite increasing sales of gold supplements, and claims of benefits for neurological and glandular conditions, gold has received little attention in modern medical literature except as a drug for rheumatoid arthritis. Historically, however, gold had a reputation as a nervine, a therapy for nervous disorders. A review of the historical literature shows gold in use during the 19th century for conditions including depression, epilepsy, migraine, and glandular problems such as amenorrhea and… Expand
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