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Is there a difference between the term "solar callus" and melanated skin pigmentation?

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by John Schumacher, Oct 1, 2020.

  1. Sunrise therapy contains spectra IR-A 42% then mostly blue with some "leftovers"; this our opportunity to build our solar callus.
    The blue interacts with our OPSIN-3, simulating melanation in our skin.
    The IR-A "reaches" in stimulating "healing" to our derma and subcutaneous fat.
    The quantum solar yield will vary depending on time of year, latitude, cloud and particulate sunlight diffusion.
    People often believe that a "good tan" is the objective -> I don't.

    Is there a difference between the term "solar callus" and melanated skin pigmentation?
     
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  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    yes there is.
     
  3. This has been my concern. Many on this Blog are under the impression "more is better" when it comes to melanating skin pigmentation.

    They have read Dr. Jack Kruse's work/write-up on melanin's benefits -> see https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.php?threads/melanin-and-quantum-biology.16627/ -> melanin the human photosynthesis quantum energy mechanize. Now they've become hyperpigmentation.

    It is my belief that this is one of the reasons why they do not have the ability to make vitamin D as nature intended.
     
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