“To become a pearl – is every drop given?”

A prosaic fact – a beautiful pearl, just a defensive reaction of an oyster to foreign objects. Since ancient times, pearls have been used in medicine to treat various diseases. Ancient records testify to how pearls were used to purify the blood, and pearl powder was used to whiten and strengthen teeth.

In ancient China, on the basis of pearls, an “elixir of immortality” was made, and even now it is part of many folk remedies to prolong youth.

In Japan, pearl powder is still sold in pharmacies. Half of cultured pearls are not suitable for making jewelry and go into the production of medicines.

In India, water infused with pearls is drunk in the morning to boost immunity.

For pain in the heart, it is recommended to keep the pearl in the mouth. This relieves arrhythmia and strengthens the heart.

Pink pearls are credited with the properties of curing allergies, and it is also recommended to wear it when the mood is low.

Black pearls have a beneficial effect on the condition of the bladder and urinary tract and promote the resorption of stones in the kidneys and liver.

White pearls have long been used to relieve fever, relieve inflammation and treat hepatitis.

Pearls with a bluish tint were used to fight infectious diseases.

Wearing pearls is recommended for stress, mental strain, nervous excitement.

It is believed that pearls are good for the eyes – it strengthens the eye muscles, treats night blindness and cataracts. If the eyes are very tired, it is recommended to instill pearl powder diluted in water into the nose.

And the following information is quite serious and scientifically substantiated. If your pearl necklace is cloudy, it could be an indicator of health problems. Any disease is associated with biochemical changes in the body, which are reflected in the skin. At first glance, they are invisible, and we are often too busy to monitor our health, and ultra-sensitive pearls instantly track such changes. That is why pearl jewelry is recommended to be worn under clothing, and not over it.

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