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Near Infrared Bulb

Discussion in 'Beginners Area' started by Michael Polito, Apr 5, 2018.

  1. Michael Polito

    Michael Polito New Member

    A bit puzzled as to what type of bulb to use for infrared therapy. Would a 250 watt near infrared bulb give me some of the benefits of a near infrared sauna ? Don't want to mess myself up either.

    TheraBulb Designed To Maximize Near Infrared Output, NIR-A, IR-A, Red Light Therapy 800 nm Peak - Emits Optimal Near Infrared Healing Wavelengths 700 nm to 1200 Nanometers.

    The brand of bulb i was looking at is called Therabulb. Available on amazon
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  2. primalmofo

    primalmofo Student Doctor

    I have that bulb , it’s been recommended by members on the site
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  3. Therabulb should work fine for what you're trying to do.

    Is there a master NIR sauna/heat lamp thread here somewhere? I searched, but couldn't find a solid all encompassing thread. The sauna industry drives me nuts with this "near infrared sauna" crap...

    They're HEAT LAMP saunas!! There really is no such thing as a "Near Infrared" Sauna. Anything under 900nm, does not heat the body up when isolated. Light therapy yes, sauna no.
  4. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

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