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The “Elixir Of Life” – the power of Far Infra Red (FIR). (Part 2)

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What is so special about infrared rays?

The Infrared rays radiate or spread from a localized source. Infrared rays can deeply penetrate skin and the underlying tissues – approx. from 1.5 to 2.8 inches deep.

When far infrared rays (FIR) penetrate the skin, they come into contact with proteins, collagen, fats and water molecules. By stimulating micro-vibrations far infrared cause a thermal reaction which elevates tissue temperatures. The human body then reacts by dilating all the blood vessels regardless of size. Tissues are revitalized because of the improved (micro & macro) circulation.

Far Infrared therapy very gently increases blood flow by expanding the capillaries that carry blood. It also increases oxygenation and regeneration of the blood, deeply detoxifying it for the improved functioning of all of the major organs in the body which depend on blood for energy. This detoxification is on the deepest level, allowing hidden toxins in the blood and tissue to be dissolved or immobilized.

Evidently the flushing of toxins from the lymph areas and from the largest organ of elimination, the skin, Infrared light is an important energy force that promotes healing – a raising of the white blood cell count. Why is that good? Because more white blood cells mean greater immunity. Greater immunity means greater health and a better quality of life.

FIR can actually increase the regenerative ability of the body tissue. The rejuvenating effect of Far Infrared has been shown to help heal scar tissue such as burn scars, acne scars and other forms of dermatological scarring.

Scientists continue to study infrared wavelengths of light improve their understanding of its therapeutic effects on our bodies.  FIR is rapidly gaining worldwide recognition and acclaim as a complimentary medical and alternative therapy treatment.

We will talk about Far Infra Red therapy and its field of application in our next posts.

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