Is it true men shouldnt wear gold rings?

Gold atoms can enter the human body and women will release these atoms at their period. But I found this on a muslim site so Idk if its true.

Update:

Theres a scientific evidence on the website but its not in english. A physics expert discovered this. Sorry i cant find the english site.

Theres a scientific evidence on the website but its not in english. A physics expert discovered this. Sorry i cant find the english site.

31 Answers

  • Andrew Smith
    5 days ago

    In general IF a heavy metal enters the body it is not released. Not during a period or anything else.

    That is what makes lead and mercury poisoning serious.

    If it was possible for gold to dissolve and create an organic compound then possibly it might be dangerous too.

    Equally dangerous for both men and women though.

    We know that gold can dissolve in mercury so possibly if you wore gold rings and bathed in mercury you might ingest gold.

    However as an amalgam filling is a mixture of mercury with other metals our extensive experience has shown no problem in this regard.

    Basically there are a very large number of religious prohibitions that are created by humans to control other humans and that have no real bearing on whatever God may want of us.

  • Anonymous
    5 days ago

    This is a biology question rather than a physics question.

    Gold rings may be safely worn by men and women. You obviously got the information from a Web site based on both Islamic myth and misogyny. I do not understand why people think that if something has been written on the Internet it must be absolutely true.

    Gold is used in dental work and is including in some medical treatments. I do not suppose this Web site explained how the gold made its way to the uterine endometrium?

  • ?
    5 days ago

    After a certain age, women no longer HAVE periods.

    And yet, Islam does not forbid postmenopausal women from wearing gold.

    This would strongly indicate that it was HUMANS, and not an All-Knowing God, who made up that chunk of superstitious crap.

    Now, if gold on the relatively dry FINGERS allowed gold atoms to enter the body, and if gold atoms were HARMFUL, wouldn’t gold in DENTAL fillings be even more dangerous?

    Check with any Muslim dentist, and ask if gold fillings are Forbidden in men.

  • Dr. Zorro
    5 days ago

    With only three Nobel laureates in science (Mohammad Abdus Salam in Physics1979, Ahmed Zewail in Chemistry1999, Aziz Sancar in Chemistry 2015) from a Muslim population of 23% worldwide, it begs the question if so-called “scientific” sources based on an ancient scripture are to be taken seriously. When science was declared forbidden knowledge in the Muslim world some centuries ago by ignorant religious fanatics, it sent that Muslim population into the dark ages. It is clear today that they have never recovered that leap backwards and never will as long as people believe these fairy tales.

  • ?
    5 days ago

    Uh, gold is very stable, doesn’t react much with other chemicals, it’s not COMPLETELY medically inert, but it’s reasonably close, so if it were getting in, it wouldn’t be likely to do much. At any rate, this could also happen with the likes of copper, silver, etc.. and they are all more biologically reactive than gold, but there is no mentioned prohibition of those. Gold allergies happen, but just as much to women as to men.

  • spot a
    5 days ago

    It is only a Muslim rule. Men can wear gold rings and gold chains with no bad effects. See Greek men, they love to wear heavy gold chains.

    Gold is inert and harmless in men’s and women’s bodies. Very little gold would enter your finger from wearing a ring. We (men and women) had gold fillings in our teeth, especially before WWII. The Nazis pulled many gold fillings from dead Jewish bodies.

    You can safely eat flakes of gold placed on some fancy desserts. I don’t recommend eating it but it is harmless

  • ?
    5 days ago

    I heared it too. However, I kind of doubt that period blood is sufficient to take away gold from bloodstream.

    I mean, most often when cells try to remove some kind of toxic substance, like IDK, urine? It has specialised organs and cells in these organs which extract toxic matter from blood. However, in this case, you will remove as much gold from your bloodstream as much blood you loose. You would need to have period quite a few times before you lost the reasonable amount of gold from blood.

    Besides, what about all those men working at gold foundries, in which they tend to often inhale evaporated gold? You’d think they would absorb way more gold into their blood than a woman wearing a single ring.

  • Anonymous
    5 days ago

    If it’s a scientist that wrote this article they would not have used the term ‘Gold Atoms’ as any scientist worth his salt will inform you that atoms are atoms, the building blocks of everything. For it to be significant, and to state that it is gold entering the body, one must use the term ‘Molecule’ as that represents the smallest part of a substance that can be identified as that substance. I don’t think I would give this report much credibility.

  • nameless
    5 days ago

    Is it true men shouldnt wear gold rings?

    Gold atoms can enter the human body and women will release these atoms at their period. But I found this on a muslim site so Idk if its true.

    ~~~ It’s absolute superstitious nonsense!

    Ignore it!

    The real reason why gold is so attractive is that in it’s reflection, vanity and corruption appear as Virtue! *__-

  • ?
    5 days ago

    200 years ago, the gold was only currency. Then how do you carry it to different places for buying things. Rings, chains and bangles were useful. They used to keep hands free so that you can defend against robbers which was the main profession in those days.

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