Radiation

EMF Dangers and How to Protect Against It

Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) have become a topic of increasing concern in recent years due to our growing reliance on technology and wireless communication. With the advent of 5G and the potential for future developments like 6G, the exposure to EMF has raised concerns about its possible health effects. In this comprehensive guide, we will explore

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Nicotine

Foods that Contain Nicotine

Nicotine has been given a bad rap for over a century; however, it has a long history of medicinal use. When Columbus arrived in the Americas in 1492, he encountered indigenous populations using tobacco, introducing it to Europe, where it became popular for its stimulating effects. Between 1537 and 1559, publications in Europe and Mexico

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Minerals

Zeolites; the Good, the Bad and the Ugly….

Zeolites are a class of naturally occurring or synthetic hydrated aluminosilicate minerals with a unique crystalline structure. They have a wide range of applications, including in catalysis, adsorption, ion exchange, and as molecular sieves. When discussing “safe” versus “unsafe” zeolites, the context typically revolves around their potential health effects and environmental impact.

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Detox

Infrared Light Therapy

Infrared Light Therapy Its more than just the color. It’s also wavelengths and frequencies. Discover what health benefits wavelengths and frequencies accomplish for you.  Red infrared light therapy, particularly utilizing wavelengths around 660nm and 850nm, has gained attention in recent years for its potential health benefits. These wavelengths fall within the red to near-infrared spectrum,

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Detox

660nm versus 850nm Infrared Light and their Benefits

Comparing 660nm and 850nm infrared light involves understanding their respective wavelengths, penetration depths, and biological effects. Both wavelengths offer unique advantages and can be used for various therapeutic applications, but they also have differences that make them suitable for specific purposes. Here’s a comparison of 660nm and 850nm infrared light;

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