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Therabulbs a good choice for red lights in home?

Discussion in 'Mitochondrial Rx' started by Michael CULLEN, Jan 5, 2019.

  1. Michael CULLEN

    Michael CULLEN New Member


    • 120V For Use in US, Canada, Mexico, Japan, and other countries with 110-120V electrical systems. NOT FOR USE IN EUROPE, ASIA, AFRICA, OCEANIA.
    • Coated With Protective Silicone to Provide Shatter Resistance
    • High Intensity 250 Watt Near Infrared Thermal - Red Light Therapy Light Bulb
    • TheraBulb Designed to Maximize Near Infrared Output, NIR-A, IR-A, Red Light Therapy
    • Emits Optimal Near Infrared Healing Wavelengths 700 nm to 1000 Nanometers
    • Peak Output at 750 nm
    • TheraBulb Double Reflective Red Coat - Applied to Reduce Visible Light Emitted and Maximize Non - Visible Infrared Output
    • Free of Lead, Teflon, and Mercury
    • Emits Very Little EMF
    • Fits Standard US Socket E26 Rated at 250 Watts
    • Size R40: 6.5 Inches High by 5.25 Inches in Diameter
    • Not for Use in Infrared Saunas - Use Near Infrared Bulb - 250 Watt Instead
    Not for replacing the sun of course, but for use in home/replacing led?
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  2. drezy

    drezy New Member

    @JanSz pointed these out to me.

    I own 3 of these and use them if any of us need any light at night.

    I can attest to the "low emf" at least on my power grid. A Cornet meter shows that at 3.5' away all fields are the same as having the light off (aka the light is negligible at 3.5' distance).
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  3. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

  4. Billybats

    Billybats New Member

    So that bulb would be only used after sunset when needed. What about in the morning if one has to be up before sunrise.

    Thank you
  5. drezy

    drezy New Member

  6. Michael CULLEN

    Michael CULLEN New Member

    I have ordered one to put in my lamp. I want to try it for back and neck pain. I will also try it for lighting up my room.
  7. drezy

    drezy New Member

    In my wife's 11'x14' home office the 250W unit lights the room right up.
  8. Michael CULLEN

    Michael CULLEN New Member

    That is very similar size to my room. We are dark here in the UK at 4.30PM. I need some lights on to eat, read etc. Is there any issue with being under red lighting for hours? Eye issues?
  9. drezy

    drezy New Member

    That's early.

    It's bright enough that my son chides my wife to close her door if it's dark outside so the light does not get into his room.

    By "letter of the law" here now you can read multiple posts from Doc claiming to exclude "ALAN" (artificial light after night). I suspect he's saying this for a very good reason.

    If an e-ink (non-backlit) reader could have what you were reading on it, would that be of use?
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  10. drezy

    drezy New Member

    There are also assistive technologies out there for assisting with reading.

    I've been keeping an eye on the Mycroft project ( https://mycroft.ai ).

    Thin Siri or Alexa without all the data collection or ultimately any internet connection needed.

    It's part of the roadmap to allow functionality with zero outside network activity. I like the concept of no privacy pillaging.

    "A goal of the Mycroft project is to make this technology is available to everyone. Some in the world do not have access to high speed internet connections, and many are concerned about their privacy. A Personal Server can provide the core services delivered by Mycroft Home -- STT, TTS and web settings -- without ever reaching outside of the local network."
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  11. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    There is a blog with picture of black light in Jack's daughter's bedroom.
    There is a lots of visibility at 660nm and (315–400)nm
    All that may be less tolerable in 5G.
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  12. mrc

    mrc Silver

    Thank you for the detailed recommendation.
    Cant find much using the search function.
    Too many regular stores have LED red bulbs.
    What has everyone else been using?
    I bought 1 at petco $20, Zoo Med Nocturnal Infrared Heat Lamp.
    Is that a good 1 or what else would 1 recommend?
  13. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

  14. mrc

    mrc Silver

    Much appreciated, sir!

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