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RED LIGHTS TO CONSIDER: no red Rubylux online

Discussion in 'Biohacking 101' started by shiran, Oct 11, 2017.

  1. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    That is
    IR LED wavelength: 850nm
    For that frequency we had discussion with dr Mecrola

    it ended with:


    I have 2 of them near me.

  2. Inna

    Inna Platinum

    I thought Jack said most if not all LED lamps are very flickerish
  3. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Any artificial light have a problem.
    If used it is always less than perfect.
    So, my fallback is the Restaurant in Chicago story.
    That tells me that UVa is #1 (all else comes after it)/


    "Well of the Sea," in the basement of the Hotel Sherman in Chicago.

    50W + 2*60W ---- 385-400nm,
    + 40W --- 365nm. (It is hard to see, It is on the bottom of the three bright ones.



    Last edited: Nov 27, 2018
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  4. drezy

    drezy New Member

    Wow Antonis. Whatever the fuck you've been doing keep it up!
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  5. I’m having good luck with Platinum Therapy LEDs. My cat will always sit next to it if I leave it on ... unless it’s sunny outside
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  6. drezy

    drezy New Member

    I have a friend in China that lives in a tippety-top sure spiffy deluxe high rise condo. Her second dog, in 6 years, got a tumor.

    Pets can be a great guide if your eyes are open.
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  7. I used to live in an apartment with no patio and no direct sunlight. My cat always acted crazy. Now she gets at least an hour or 2 every day that’s not cloudy and she’s become much more agreeable.

    I should have paid attention, I needed SSRIs when I lived there.
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  8. WarrenT

    WarrenT New Member

    Here's an interesting counter-point to Joovv's claims vs Sauna Space NIR incandescent. I think SS does a good job of addressing EMFs too.

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  9. Antonis

    Antonis Free diving

    Try to research more and learn more english ;)
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  10. Antonis

    Antonis Free diving

    Always check the emf and flicker.
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  11. Antonis

    Antonis Free diving

    Have you tested the emf they emit?? Am interested
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  12. JanSz

    JanSz Gold


  13. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    About value of that guide.

    For years we had number of dogs. Always hand me down mutts. No particular problems.
    Once I got my wife a present
    pedigree pug
    shortly latter black cocker spaniel
    bot got cancers
    implants of lenses after cataract removal $2000, each dog
    About $8000 bill, got a call during surgery, dog was opened all cancer inside, we let him go in sleep.
    Similar to above bill, broken spine, dog for months on wheel cart, walking on front legs only.
    Had to press his belly so he could pee or poop.
    There was more.

    Both dogs were loved.
    They have graves in the corner on my backyard.


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    Last edited: Nov 28, 2018
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  14. Inger

    Inger Silver

    ouch. That both dogs got cancer is not a good sign for the environment they lived in :confused:

    How old was they as they got the cancer?
    What feed did they get, normal dry/wet dogfood with grains etc.?

    Sad :tears:. Beautiful dogs!
  15. Sheddie

    Sheddie Silver

    My 16 y/o beloved big mutt (mostly Lab, which might only live 10-12 years if pure-breed) did me the financial favor of going into liver failure and expiring in less than a week (just the vet bill for euthanasia). It was a very quick departure, last September. She did have a hind leg tumor around the sciatic nerve a couple years ago but it shrank after some months of daily chaga extract. I suspect it was cancer in her liver at the end? She never showed symptoms of pain and was still jumping up in the SUV for her daily walk in the park that was the highlight of her day. I'll miss her forever. Since then, a lost Shih-Tzu/Poodle hybrid found a home with me and is cute & cuddly as anything, but probably won't ever be quite the same kind of Pal as my old dog. (Very large differential in the size of the cranium.) The house was so unbearably 'hollow' until the new 3-4 y/o dog arrived. The newly fenced-in yard was prophetic -- perfect exercise territory for a small, hyper dog! Life goes on, still good. (Now about that habit of daily walks... this lazy human needs them back in the schedule.)
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  16. Katie Durham

    Katie Durham New Member

    Glyphosate levels are **very high** in our dogs now, like 50 times the average US person. Cats are bad too but not usually as high as dogs. You can have their urine tested at HRI Labs. Really no wonder that cancer has skyrocketed in dogs. Glyphosate is absorbed through the skin, so dogs that are walked in areas where Roundup is applied will reflect that load as well as whatever is in the food which is apparently very concentrated in the commercial preparations. Cat exposure is usually food, litters from GMO products like GMO corn, and outside areas treated with Roundup. I'm not sure there is any option besides feeding our pets organic food. I feed raw and it wasn't good enough that it not also be organic. I know my cats are very sensitive to energy sources and appreciated/noticed the difference when I got rid of my cordless phone system and turned off WiFi when not in use. They also prefer outside energy. My boy cat is physically uncomfortable coming inside after our walks. Takes a while for him to adjust. I don't think he has much of a skin solar panel, but he does appear to be grounding.

    Vaccinations are a huge issue too.
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  17. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    You did not understand what I was saying.

    I live in this house 40 years.
    Had many dogs in the mean time.
    Only the two pedigree dogs were of poor health.

    Last edited: Nov 28, 2018
  18. Katie Durham

    Katie Durham New Member

    Vaccinosis can be inherited. I would expect more accumulated vaccinosis in pedigree dogs (and cats). And it has been going on for longer in dogs than cats.
  19. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    I have a cat now.
    This male cat as a tiny little puppy came to us thru the open window.
    First February 2018 was his 12th "birthday".
    I had a fight with everybody, I allowed him in our house on condition that nobody touches his balls.
    He is healthy as usual, unless he get into argument with another cat.
    He is a mitochondriac.
    When weather is coldest, he sometimes comes back after a week or so.
    Very little fat on this guy, just skin an bones.

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  20. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    This thought could probably be extended to
    IVF babies
    cesarean born

    this type of people are going to be more prone to health problems
    then those born naturally
    in the room with dirt floor
    or born someplace in the cave or in the mud and flies, with pigs playing nearby

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