By: Professor Li Dong Qi

The complete spectrum of sunlight consists of visible and invisible rays. The visible rays are red, orange, yellow, green, indigo, blue and violet in colors (Known as rainbow colors). The invisible rays are Ultra Violet, X-rays, Gamma, Cosmic, Microwave, Long Wave, Electrical Wave, and Infrared

Electromagnetic waves between visible light and the microwave are called infrared waves. The wavelength of infrared waves range from 0.76 microns to 1,000 microns. The ranges of Near, Medium and Far Infrared Rays are 0.76 to 1.5micron, 1.5 to 4 micron, and 4 to 1,000 micron respectively.

The Physical Characteristic of FIR are : a. Invisibility b. Linearity, refractivity and reflectivity c. Upon being absorbed by various objects, the ability to produce warmth and harmonize with the natural life-force released by the human body to enhance resonance absorption. The ability to penetrate deep into the human body.

The sun, of course, emits the visible rays with which we can discriminate colors in the spectrum and also emits various invisible rays. One of the invisible rays is the ultra-violet which is beyond the violet in the spectrum.

The infrared rays (FIR) are also invisible and contiguous to the red and of the visible spectrum. There are other invisible rays such as X-rays, gamma rays and cosmic rays. They have wavelengths shorter than that of ultraviolet rays and are harmful to human being and other living things.

There are invisible rays having a wavelength longer than the infrared rays, such as microwaves and long waves. They do not affect the human being and other living things and are generally called ‘radio waves’.

It is said that about 80% of sunlight is infrared rays. Because of its wide range of wavelength, the infrared rays are usually divided into three zones

BIOGENETIC RAYS

The recent studies on biotechnology revealed that the far-infrared rays having a wavelength ranging from 6 microns to 14 microns played an important role for formation and growing of living things.

For this reason, these specific far-infrared rays are called “biogenetic rays”. All living things on the earth have, as integral parts of them, water and proteins. Water molecules are always oscillating. If water molecules are exposed to oscillating action 0f 8-10 micron wavelength (some as a wavelength of water molecular oscillation), the “resonance” occurs between the two oscillations.

The resonance causes ionization of water into hydrogen ion and hydroxide ion at extremely high speed (10/12 sec.). This ionization is called “activation of water”. If such activation of water occurs in human cellular tissues, the metabolism of cells and excretion of residues from cells or nutrition are enhanced �� promoted growing of living things. The infrared rays from the sun are a peak at 3.5 to 10 microns of wavelength. Therefore it can be easily understood that the infrared rays 0f 6 to 14 microns are particularly important for living things.

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WHAT ARE BIOGENETIC RAYS?

THE FAR-INFRARED RAYS ARE PARTS OF THE SUNLIGHT – Besides the visible rays with which we can discriminate colors in the spectrum, the sun also emits the invisible rays. One of the invisible rays is the far-infrared ray which is beyond the red in the spectrum. – The far-infrared have attracted researchers attention because of their marvelous effect to a human being

HEAT EMITS THE FAR-INFRA RED RAYS

If you heat an earthen pot, stone pot, or unglazed port fill with chestnuts, you will find that the chestnuts are baked softer than you baked than in you iron pot. This “soft baking” is an effect of the far-infrared rays produced when ceramics, stone or the like is heated.

LOW-TEMPERATURE FAR-INFRARED RAYS EMITTING

Human being itself also emits far-infrared rays to body tissues, whereby circulation of blood is enforced. The good circulation of bloods and body liquids enhances the distribution of oxygen and nutrition to every part of the human body, thus promoting metabolism in the organism. In short, the use of bedding made Bio Ceramics provides you with better and sound sleep and faster recovery from fatigue.

Only far-infrared rays having specific wavelength are effective to living things. The recent biological and biophysical researchers revealed that the far-infrared rays are effective to the human body when their wavelength is within the range from 6 microns to 14 microns (the far-infrared rays have a wavelength ranging from 4 microns to 1,000 microns). Within this range of wavelength, the far-infrared rays cause resonance with molecular oscillation of water involved in cellular tissues of human being end can penetrate the body of a human being.

WATER MOLECULES ARE QUITE SENSITIVE TO FAR-INFRARED RAYS –

All living things have water molecules.

The human body consists of 70% or more water. For all other animals, fishes, birds, insects, and plants, water is an indispensable part of the body. For vegetables and fruits, an overwhelmingly large part is water. You will often experience that some water is tasty but other is not so tasty though there is no difference in appearance and that good water makes tea, coffee, etc. tastier. In fact, the quality of processing of food depends on the quality of water used in processing.

High-quality always necessary for the manufacture of beers, wines, juices, and other liquors or beverages. You will be astonished if you hear that water itself can be made ——– without the use of sugar or other additives or without purification, only by exposing it to the far-infrared rays.

Then water is exposed to the far-infrared rays, its molecules are activated. When you drink activated water, you will taste it “fresh”. Although human being and other living things are fresh if they are exposed to the far-infrared rays, they do not absorb all infrared rays, it can absorb the far-infrared rays having specific wavelengths ranging from 6 to 14 microns.

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If orange, lemon, apple or other fruit is exposed to the far-infrared rays having these wavelengths, it ripens and becomes sweeter to tastier due to increasing the sugar content in that fruit. This fact testifies to the marvelous effect of the far-infrared rays.

What and how far-infrared rays do to our bodies?

Far-infra radiation penetrates into our body and heats up from the inside.
Heat is spread outwards by conduction in bones, convection in tissues fluids and far infra radiation.

The growing warmth (conduction and convection) – dilates blood vessels & fine capillaries – improve circulation – facilitates removal of impurities and influx of nutrients.

Some examples of vital organic compounds Organic Structures – enzymes – vitamins – antibodies/antigens – natural antibodies – complex proteins & Carbohydrates – simple sugars – red & white blood corpuscles – vital organs (brain hearts, liver, and kidney) – endocrine glands (adrenaline gland) – tissues (muscles, connective tissue)

Summary:

Far infrared rays work on two principles;
Heating from inside to outside
Energizing of organic/water molecules

Products:
Three materials most effective yet are:
Oxidized chrome with finely divided porcelain
Oxidized chrome with stainless steel

Bio-Ceramic fibers
The effectiveness of oxidized chrome with stainless steel, however, is found to fade in the long run. Certain alloys of Nickel are introduced as radiation generators. Such alloys absorb and radiate all wavelength or frequency of light (E.M Wave). Of these, only far infra is selectively absorbed by the oxidized chrome and porcelain. The rest is reflected away. Bio-Ceramic fibers is at present the ultimate material used to store far-infra rays.

Some Scientific Facts

– States that energy can never be created or destroyed, but is transformed from one form to another. – The total energy in the universe in constant.

When heat energy is injected to an object, it is transferred to the surrounding region through 3 ways via a temperature gradient (difference).

Conduction – Heat energy is passed of transferred by the vibration of solid molecules about a fixed axis – Occurs only in solid e.g. Metals, glass or wood.

Convection – Heat energy transferred by the actual movement of the medium’s molecules. –

Occurs in liquids and gas e.g. water or air

Radiation – Heat energy is transferred from one region to another without heating the

intervening space. – Energy is in the form of electromagnetic waves with wavelength belonging to the infrared spectrum – Travels at 3 x 10.8 m/s e.g. In outer space.

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