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Indoor light optimization?

Discussion in 'Biohacking 101' started by DLO, Sep 4, 2016.

  1. DLO

    DLO StarFish

    Has anyone created a thread on this especially for people in low natural sunlight areas with indoor jobs?

    Waiting on my quantlet but meanwhile hoping for some easier solutions.
  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    There is no indoor optimization for fake light. There is for open windows to let the sun in at all times.

    That is like asking me, hey, "are filtered cigaretes better than unfiltered for health?"

    You cannot replace the sun.
  3. DLO

    DLO StarFish

    Thank you for replying Jack, I am well aware of this fact.
    This thread is more for people working indoors in poor lighting areas
    I am already sunning when I can early morning but in another month in BC there wont be any sun after work and lunch breaks will more often than not be cloud covered.
    So is there a thread for indoor optimization second to the sun?

    One of my jobs is massage therapy so I try to use plants/air filter and a salt lamp for when people are face up so they dont get florescent light when they turn face up. Looking to tweak this part.
    Could I simply use an OTT light?

    Second job is more paperwork officework indoors where I am curious if just getting some full spectrum grow lights will be enough or do I need to target specific spectrums of red/purple (NIR 850nm and 365nm LED) is what I currently have. I read something about 650nm+ not being very helpful? Clarification please.
    Last edited: Sep 4, 2016
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Try to source full spectrum bulbs.
  5. DLO

    DLO StarFish

  6. Penny

    Penny New Member

    depends on your mercury load - I think he answered this elsewhere -
  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I think the answer is one of the Time series comments. Google it with Mercury resonace and my name you'll find it
  8. Josh Rosenthal

    Josh Rosenthal Charter member of Purple Angels Club

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