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mermaidfromcosmos

Another interesting thing to note is that the skin around it would turn green if you would have too much of the acidity in the body.


Photoshopme118

Ohh so acidity is the reason


mermaidfromcosmos

Skin turning green is often caused by the too much acidity at the cellular level


MaCarBre

Yep, in movie prosthetic making industry this is referred to as [piss hands](https://youtu.be/1W1gH8CueHk?t=255).


a_rand0m_life

Now that I did not know..


nisha_ka_nt

Hey that's happens around my finger.


mermaidfromcosmos

That you need to check the acidic level of your body. Intake more of fresh fruits and vegetables. Ayurveda suggests that minimum of 40% of human diet should be raw to maintain the healthy pH balance in the body. Try it


nisha_ka_nt

This is evident in a way, I'd say. I get acne, my body reacts to dairy and most fast food.


nisha_ka_nt

Hey OP it's probably just usual oxidation. We wash our hands more often than say any other part of the body courtesy of COVID. So that's probably it.


a_rand0m_life

Could be, but then you should see it shine more when you wash your hands isn’t it? Don’t think that’s the case.


choisauce47

I have noticed this as well - feel it moves for me with the quality of food I eat but not 100% just observing


a_rand0m_life

That’s an interesting thought… I should observe and see too.


Photoshopme118

This change of colour also happens with me. I keep wondering what causes the discoloration


MaCarBre

I don't have a copper ring pic example, but you can see the difference between the freshly [clean copper pot](https://i.imgur.com/SmPl4ZF.jpg) and the one that [was rested for a month](https://i.imgur.com/Qswm97y.jpg). Is the first one exhibiting the "glow" you are talking about? If you wash you hands often, ring should have a cleaner look to it, similar to the first pic. If you find yourself in moist environment/room it could start oxidizing faster.


a_rand0m_life

A logical explanation, I agree. Hands are indeed what we wash the most and that was my initial thought as well. But on closer observation I saw that it doesn’t always shine when you wash hands. A lot of times it gets clean but remains kind of dull, if you know what I mean. A fellow meditator once told me that the reason the rings gets bright is when you do your sadhana consistently. Perhaps an up play of energies? I don’t really know if this explanation even holds any merit. But it sure was fascinating to think it might.


MaCarBre

I don't know how much yours glows, since you didn't include some pic, It could be, but unlikely. Mine was bright tho, even during couple of month long periods when I did no Sadhana.