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Far Infrared

Life giving rays from the sun

Far Infrared
Our sun accounts for 99.8% of the energy mass in our solar system. The sun’s rays provide the earth and its inhabitants with our primary source of energy, without which life would not survive. One wavelength is the band of Far infrared rays discovered by Sir William Herschel in 1800’s. Far infrared rays are produced by the sun’s continual elemental chain reactions. Known as the 'Light of Life', infrared radiation is actually part of the sun’s invisible spectrum. We do, however, feel this type of ray as heat.

Our sun produces most of its energy output in the infrared segment of the spectrum. An interesting characteristic of Far infrared rays is how easily this energy can penetrate human tissue. Our bodies absorb Far infrared through the skin and eyes and this stimulates our metabolism in the same way these rays stimulate photosynthesis in plants. Far infrared rays in the wavelength 4-14 micron are the safest and most beneficial. The greatest output is around 9 microns, which is close to the resonant frequency of a water molecule.

Enerjii’s Far infrared inserts emit Far infrared in the specific wavelength of 4 – 14 micron. This wavelength is the safest and most beneficial to humans and is identical to the Far infrared wavelength emitted by the sun. .

The human body is 70% water and Far infrared causes the body’s water molecules to resonate. This dilates the capillaries and increases the pH within the body by reducing acidity, which then facilitates the removal of toxins from the body. The amount of Far infrared we receive depends on factors like our environment and lifestyle. The human body needs continuous replenishment from a wide variety of ions, rays and other energy sources to top up the depleting elements we lose every day.

Far infrared ceramic inserts were made commercially possible in Japan by utilizing NASA’s innovative development of bio-ceramics. Far infrared therapy is now extensively used in Japan, Korea and China.

 
   

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