The name Rhodium derived from the Greek ‘rhodon’, meaning rose coloured. This symbol of a rose is usually found with the motto “'Dat Rosa Mel Apibus'” (The rose gives the bees honey) and was used by the esoteric 17th century Rosicrucians.
The primary use of rhodium is for catalytic converters in automobiles, airplanes, buses, forklifts, trucks and other types of equipment running on engines. Catalytic converters contain a catalyst in the form of low-grade rhodium, and also platinum or palladium, that converts the chemicals released from the exhaust of the engine into other, safer substances. Catalytic converters use about 80% of the world’s rhodium supply. Colloidal Rhodium plays its part as a huge catalyst for the human body as well.
Rhodium has a balancing and harmonizing effect on all levels of body, mind, and spirit. It is used to improve mental attitude and emotional states. Rhodium has been used to treat deteriorating cell tissue and eliminate tumors.
Rhodium & Iridium, are believed to make up a significant portion of the brain. Rhodium is therefore likely to be involved in a vast array of brain functions including cognitive ability, intelligence, emotional development, and memory. Rhodium is assumed to assists in melatonin production and the regulation of sleep, immune enhancement, thymus and adrenal restoration. Rhodium promotes hormonal balance, Human Growth Hormone (HGH) production, tissue regeneration, as well as the extension of youthfulness, and DNA restoration and enhancement
Like silver and gold, Rhodium and Iridium assist in the efficiency and performance of the neural circuitry, in the synaptic connections. Using these increases clarity and strength of the brain, making multitasking much simpler and more natural. They'll also increase the vividness of dreams, and help with recall of them.
Rhodium is now being heavily researched as a means to treat cancer, although very little of anything conclusive has yet been published. Because rhodium works with the central nervous system, mainly the brain, it's also instrumental in moving the body towards using sunlight as an array of nutrients more associated with where the human mechanism is going, through a type of photosynthesis.
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