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Has anyone bought the sunstream evolve mini IR sauna?

Discussion in 'Biohacking 101' started by thrive1992, Nov 28, 2018.

  1. thrive1992

    thrive1992 New Member

    I am considering purchasing the sunstream evolve mini IR sauna.
    Wondering if anyone already has one and their honest opinions on it.
     
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I would not do that. It is expensive and introduces a lot of nnEMF risks. Start more cheaply with the sun and red light bulbs and go from there.
     
  3. What is it you're trying to achieve? I was selling them for a bit but stopped, and own a couple similar models... If there's something specific about them you'd like to know, I'm sure I can help.
     
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  4. Fairy

    Fairy New Member

    I have one with FIR that i have been using for sweating out mecury, heavy metal and mold toxins. Would you say they are not good to be use for long term? I have been using daily for 5 years now
     
  5. Hi Fairy,

    Kind of a loaded question... depends on brand, level of emf, exposure length, etc..

    As a general rule from what I've seen in other people, it's more beneficial than harmful even when conditions are less than ideal. (typically, they're not doing other things in their life right, so this is a step up, despite emf and environmental exposure)

    I'll probably just make a video for you guys here on the forum exclusively, on how to retrofit any older sauna brand you may have. I know many people have already spent thousands of dollars on a unit, and there's always a way to improve it or adapt it to the Kruse approach.

    If there's anything specific anyone else would like to have included, let me know so I can add it before I film. The more specific you are, the more it will help you.
     
  6. Elizabeth G

    Elizabeth G New Member

    I almost bought one, but then found a place to join monthly for a while. I definitely notice an improvement and, as Jack suggests, I have ordered a set of NIR bulbs that arrive shortly. I am also catching as much early day sun as possible!
     
  7. thrive1992

    thrive1992 New Member

    Hi, I just got my 2 amalgam fillings removed and I'm looking for a genuine low emf IR sauna for a reasonable price. Doesn't matter if its tiny as its just me using it. Thats why I am thinking of going with Sun stream evolve mini.
    Would you agree that Sunstream evolve are low EMF? I understand an electric sauna will never be really low.
     
  8. thrive1992

    thrive1992 New Member

    Hi Jack, I have been doing the sun and red light since mid 2017. There are some health benefits that only be achieved by proper sweating - I believe it is worth the money. There is also evidence that some brands of IR saunas are genuinely low emf such as clearlight and sunstream (my preference as its cheaper)
     
  9. No probably not for a mitochondriac's standards around here. What are your standards? I can match them up with something... (be specific: magnetic fields, electric fields, body voltage)

    I filmed a video last week just for this forum on how anyone can add the NIR bulbs to any FIR sauna for around $100 bucks. Just have to get it uploaded...
     
  10. thrive1992

    thrive1992 New Member

    Hi, i am a mitochondriac but also a reasonable person who is not electro hypersensitive. I think 2.5 milligauss is the upper safe limit for magnetic fields in a FIR sauna.
    https://www.infraredsaunas.co.nz/ultra-low-emf.html
    This video of theirs shows that it is below 1mg so i think they tick the box for MAGNETIC FIELDS. However they dont mention ELECTRIC FIELDS OR RF RADIATION. They don't do a body voltage test either to confirm. Its a bit annoying.
     

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