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The “Elixir Of Life” – the power of Far Infra Red (FIR). (Part 1)

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In our newest serum “KI Therapy Elixir of Life” we use Far Infra Red Powder (or FIR).

You will ask: “What is it?”, and “How it can be beneficial for me?” This is a powder produced from natural elements and has the ability to absorb outside heat energy and then release far infrared ray with 4~14micron wavelength, which is easily absorbed by human body, and consistent with vibration frequency of human body’s atom and molecule. It makes aging or dying cells egest or endow with rebirth and enhance energy, functions and vital of cells. Far infrared wavelength can be maximally absorbed and can form the energy of human body itself, which can affect the origin, birth and development of human life.  The far infrared ray with this wavelength is called “life light”.

What are those Far Infra Red Rays and why do I need it? This is the next question you probably will ask. Here comes the most interesting part.

Sunlight consists of different wave lengths of light. The complete electromagnetic spectrum consists of visible and invisible rays.

The visible rays are red, orange, yellow, green, indigo, blue, and violet in color – do you see the rainbow? When combined they produce the visible “white light” that we experience every day.  The invisible rays are Ultra Violet, X-rays, Gamma, Cosmic, Microwave, Long Wave, Electrical Wave, and Infrared. Infrared waves are between visible light and the microwave rays.

Infrared light is in this spectrum’s lower range, and although we cannot see its rays with the naked eye, we can feel the warmth it generates on bright sunny days.

The wavelength of infrared waves varies from 0.76 micron to 1,000 microns: Near infrared (0.76 to 1.5microns), mid infrared (1.5 to 4 microns), and Far infrared (4 to 1,000 microns). While these rays share the attributes listed below, they are most noticeable in far infrared waves.

What is so special about infrared rays?

To be continued.

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