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Discussion in 'Educating Doctors' started by Jack Kruse, Oct 14, 2019.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    From the can you believe it file: Scientists discovered over 100 years ago that shining a red light on blood can break the bonds between carbon monoxide (CO) and hemoglobin, allowing oxygen to take its place. But a means of using light to help carbon monoxide patients has not been thoroughly examined until now.

    This is why some mitochondriac clinicians use methylene blue to help treat blood afflicted with nnEMF and blue light toxicity. This drug sensitizes us to sunlight when we use it in our patients to improve our mitochondrial colony physiology. We use this medication in cases that call for it at Kruse Longevity Center.

  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

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  3. I've made morning sunrise into my eyes a practice for over fifty years. Exercise out side. Then each evening, I have watched the sun's setting. However, I work in doors. Above my cubical, I've had UV growing and UV black light bulbs. In cubical, I have additional UV black light and red lighting. I've worn blue light blocking glasses for over 10 years. At home, I've built a light room, made of incandescent IR-A and UV bulbs. It's wasn't until 20 years ago or so that I allowed full sun exposure during high noon, UVA/UVB rays on fully bare skin. Feels so good. This is how I do much of my reading; just finished "Light Shaping Life".
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  4. Methemoglobinemia MetHb impairs oxygen delivery to tissues by two distinct mechanisms: (i) MetHb itself is less able to bind oxygen and (ii) MetHb causes the oxygen dissociation curve of normal Hb to shift to the left which impairs unloading of oxygen at the tissue level – causing profound tissue hypoxia. A treatment for methemoglobinemia can include administration of a reducing agent such as methylene blue. We know methylene blue is a photosensitizer with a strong absorbance in the range 550-700 nm. However, this does not answer Dr. Jack Kruse’s question concerning IR-A light.
    Still looking into it, Grandpa John
  5. Methylene blue, a heterocyclic aromatic molecule, down regulates endothelial NOS and sGC pathways, having an anti-hypotensive effect. However, infrared radiation increases nitric oxide production by increasing Ca(2+) mobilization and Ca(2+)/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II-mediated phosphorylation of endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS) which has a hypotensive potential.
    Still looking into "Can red light IR help methemogloginemia?"
    Grandpa John
  6. Since methemoglobinemia is an enzymatic dysfunction of cytochrome b5 reductase, I would look into potential “pregnenolone steel”, DHEA and cholesterol metabolism.
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  7. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

  8. Local changes in arterial oxygen saturation induced by visible and near-infrared light radiation shows an improvement of the tissue oxygenation, the release of oxygen from oxy-Hgb. A purposed mechanism of action is the wave form of about 800-1060 nm can stimulate carbon monoxide and nitric oxide molecules in hemoglobin. We know carbon monoxide vibrational frequency has a potential of 0.265 electron Volts eV, and its vibration is harmonic to infrared radiation such that it absorbs, stores, then releases the IR which we calculate as heat. Nitric oxide frequency is 1875 nm, within IR-B range. When NO molecule absorbs, stores, then releases the IR, we see NOS. The idea behind all this is the fundamental rotation or vibrational band of CO and NO – the theory of diatomic molecules. These two molecules are fairly stable under ordinary conditions. CO is a triple bond, connecting one carbon to one oxygen. NO has eight bonding electrons and three antibonding electrons to one oxygen and one nitrogen. What makes them interesting – is they respond to infrared radiation.
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  9. JanSz

    JanSz Gold


    Patients or clients are profit centers.
    If you give the correct answer the first time, what are you going to eat tomorrow?

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  10. JanSz

    JanSz Gold


    I am not a doctor.
    I do not profit from my advice, except for pleasure, if sometimes I say something that helps.

    I would worry about having plenty of Total Cholesterol. Not less than about 180 or 200.

    I am also interested in the ways my cholesterol metabolizes.
    To figure that out (for myself) I do:

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  11. The dried urine test shows your metabolites; that is - how are your hormone serum level was used up.
    The question one can ask is how do these hormone values differ - from blood serum to urine?
    This can reveal potential issues. For example: your blood serum levels maybe in an "optimal range". However, your dutch values are in the toilet.
    Armed with this, what are your next steps? Potentially, you could safely increase your input values: nutraceuticals, and/or identical hormones.
    However, from a light and nnEMF issue consideration - just like air and water pollution - we can attempt to improve our environmental factors.
    We know that not all electromagnetic wave forms are toxic or damaging. This science is in its infancy. However, currently, nnEMF mitigation is paramount.
    I appreciate Dr. Jack Kruse moving off "latitude" to "zip code" as the more important factor. There are so many considerations for "location": political stability, social sanitation including air and water, economic standard of the community, as well as "less nnEMF" (which is not just population density) and within a twentieth latitude range. I do not have the personal resources required to: test and evaluate each location. So where can you recommend someone who is sick to go? - me don't know.
    Grandpa John
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  12. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Do the above tests, DUTCH, serum, add to that Spectracell.
    Then do your best countermeasures you can figure.
    You are fighting Mother Nature.
    As long as you are fighting, have a heartbeat, you are ahead. She can wait.

    There are so many considerations----------->>Yes, Yes

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  13. It is in our volition we determine to bring purpose from entropy: like mycelium we build a nervous system providing us feedback loops to our environments; like sprouting tender leafs, we reach to our sun as we pull nutrients and moisture for a microbiome rich with bacteria; we become proficient at motility; we strengthen our reasoning, using linear and nonlinear thinking; we industrialize our social framework. Yet our individual durations are extremely short. Where are the aged old healthy vibrant members who could perhaps offer us some wisdom? I plan to be one of them.
  14. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Great news.
    There is a shortage of the aged old healthy vibrant members.
    Forget if they are wise or not, for a moment.

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  15. Back to Dr. Jack Kruse's question: Can red and IR-A light help methemoglobinemia? Since, the idea behind the fundamental rotation or vibrational band of CO and NO – the theory of diatomic molecules, we learn these "molecules" have the potential to store up infrared radiation. The stored up IR is then released. My question(s) is at what vibrational interval, at what increased potential and at what voltage positive or negative value is this released? May this (absorb, store and release) be similar to a neuron impulse firing? Let's say, the potential IR build up and release is at vibrational rate of Alpha with a negative voltage potential, this may indicate a correlation with a serotonin or NOS response from NO.
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  16. Paul Fieber

    Paul Fieber New Member


    Would you mind sharing more info on the lights you use and when you use them.
    My wife and I will be spending the night in Elk Grove on Dec. 5th. Would be nice to meet you if possible?

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  17. DrEttinger

    DrEttinger Choice, the only thing we control

    Easy Peasy Fresh and Squeezy - https://mitolab.com/product/mb-pure-methylene-blue-solution-usp-30ml-100ml/

    From Mitochondrial Function to Neuroprotection-an Emerging Role for Methylene Blue.

    I do 10 drops every 12 hours. It's a low dose since I do other cytochome support products/activities.

    I hope this helps.
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  18. JanSz

    JanSz Gold


    This product uses an ultra-pure, USP-verified source of Methylene Blue, which has been stringently tested to ensure high purity and extremely low levels of contamination.

    From Mitochondrial Function to Neuroprotection-an Emerging Role for Methylene Blue.

    I do 10 drops every 12 hours. It's a low dose since I do other cytochome support products/activities.
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  19. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    how big are those drops??
    According do description they should be 0.5mg
    but the dropper looks little special, drops look big, and the bottle content seems to disappear quicker than I thought it would.


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