Tears of the Goddess of Love, or pearl
 Pearls are one of the most popular means of traditional Eastern medicine for thousands of years it was used as a cosmetic and therapeutic agent for slowing the aging process and prolong life.

The name "Pearl" supposedly comes from the Chinese words "Zhen gzhu" through "zengug." According to ancient Chinese concepts it asserted that pearls fell from the sky when dragons fought among the clouds during a thunderstorm and rain formed. In Mesopotamia and Egypt was considered the epitome of pearl moon. According to other beliefs, pearls of dew born - the tears of the goddess of love.

In Asia, highly valued the healing properties of the pearl. Thus, pearl powder was used thousands of years of traditional Chinese medicine for the treatment of various diseases. Pearl powder also used to whiten and soften the skin of the face.

Interesting!   Some Hollywood stars in order to rejuvenate used individually calculated family doctor serving grated pearls, diluted in water and taken orally.

The chemical composition of pearls

The chemical composition of the pearl depends on the relative amounts of minerals (calcium carbonate), organic matter (conchiolin) and water, of which it consists. On average, the pearls containing approximately 86% calcium carbonate, 12% conchiolin and 2% water.

Conchiolin   - "The sixth element of life" - it is the only naturally occurring edible dietary fiber of the free amines of alkaline cations of animal origin. It is able to activate cells of the immune system of the human body, thus increasing the body's ability to cure itself. Besides conchiolin readily dissolves in acidic solution to form a cation group. Capable excrete various toxins, chemical pigments, salts of heavy metals and radioactive elements.

The composition conchiolin comprising 22 kinds of amino acids - the base material to create new healthy cells (methionine, glutamic acid, glycine, alanine, aspartic acid et al. 18, trace elements such as Al, Cu, Mn, Na, Zn, Se, Ti, Sr and etc.). It also contains glucose which strengthens muscles of the face, vitamins B, D and proteins.

Calcium carbonate, which is part of pearl creates a cooling effect as a source of healing soothing vibrations that lead to the harmonization of body functions.

Interesting!   The chemical composition is identical pearls and mother of pearl, so modern cosmetics and medicine, it is quite possible to replace the more expensive raw materials cheaper pearl pearl.

Pearl Water

According to an ancient healing system of Ayurveda, herbal water - a health and fitness complex drinking. Pearl water has a strong anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial action, pronounced hemostatic effect, tonic and bio-stimulating effect.

Cooking method:   4-5 pearls (or beads) made from freshwater pearls, pour a glass of water and infuse overnight. Drink 1 glass per day.

Interesting!   It is believed that the contemplation of pearls soothes the psyche, brings peace of mind and tranquility.

Pearl cosmetics

Currently, a number of methods and extraction hydrolyze pearls which allow to obtain various liquid fractions to enter into the cosmetics. The raw material for cosmetics is a low-grade pearls, waste production and pearl jewelry lining of pearl-shell clams.

 Tears of the Goddess of Love, or pearl
 Compact Foundation with Crystal Pearls SPF 20 by Guerlain.   Specially developed formula makes powder texture transparent and radiant, as a part of microparticles pearls smooth the skin, aligning its structure and eliminating deficiencies, adding a natural glow.

 Tears of the Goddess of Love, or pearl
 Mask Pearl Shine "color protection 30" from Gliss Kur   - A product for hair with amino-mineral complex containing extract of pearls. Pearl extract strengthens the hair from the inside, gives extra shine and elasticity, protects color treated hair, and active proteins, minerals and nutrients, restore almost all damage hair, making them soft.

 Tears of the Goddess of Love, or pearl
 Cream-soap "Pearl Beauty" from NIVEA   It contains natural pearl extract, whereby the soap gently cleanses the skin, leaving it smooth and beautiful.
Author: Inna Sedykh