Far infrared has its wavelengths within 4~14um micrometers,
Which greatly benefits humans. It has been called
"Fertility Wave" to manifest its functionality of
breeding all living things.
Shrink water molecule has been activated,resulting from reasonance of energy absorption when wave frequency corresponds to molecule movement.
Activate tissue cells to circulate blood and accelerate metabolism of enzyme and nutrients. it not only enhances human immunity but sterility, dehumidification, deodorant,dry.
Water has its vibration wavelength 9.34um at 37 C. Continual energy release of far infrared at 450~480 Hz renders vibration reaction with water molecule collision breaking large molecules into small ones.
When human body receives vibration energy from fertility waves it simultaneously induces resonance absorption by transferring outer energy into heat, which permeates into subcutaneous tissue increases temperature and expands microvascular vessels. Activity of molecules attached on cell surfaces is enhanced to precipitate calcium flow and metabolism.
Far-infrared rays have three characteristics: radiation/strong
penetration/absorption and resonance (resonance). Far-infrared
ray experts believe that far-infrared particles made of
graphite minerals such as alumina, zirconia, titanium dioxide,
and yttrium oxide give kinetic energy when electrified. , the
excited far-infrared energy is the strongest, and the
far-infrared rays with a wavelength of 9.35 microns can be
used in rehabilitation medicine and preventive health care.
Far-infrared rays are recognized as having a "thermal effect",
which converts external electromagnetic waves into heat energy
in the human body through molecular collision or radiation.
Far-infrared rays have longer wavelengths and lower energy, so
there is no risk of burns when used. Near-infrared rays and
other electromagnetic waves such as ultraviolet rays and gamma
rays will dissociate electrons on atoms, while far-infrared
rays will not. Far-infrared rays are different from
low-frequency (60 Hz) electromagnetic waves released by home
appliances. Low-frequency electromagnetic waves released by
home appliances will not generate electron ionization, but
low-frequency electromagnetic waves penetrate walls and change
human body currents. Physicians suspect that they are
carcinogenic. Far-infrared rays are different. Since the human
body emits far-infrared rays with a wavelength of about 9
microns, the penetration of external far-infrared rays to the
skin is only 0.01 to 0.1 cm, so it is different from
low-frequency (60 Hz) electromagnetic waves. Recently, in
Japan, China and Taiwan, far-infrared rays have been used in
adjuvant treatment of diseases, such as musculoskeletal aches,
bed sores, and wounds that are difficult to heal. Far-infrared
rays can be used to promote blood circulation and achieve the
purpose of adjuvant therapy.
Pain is one of the most common physical discomforts, such as low back pain after sitting for a long time, neck pain after watching TV for a long time... especially middle-aged and elderly people, who suffer from chronic low back pain, shoulder pain and arthritis for many years. Common chronic low back pain, frozen shoulder, arthritis, muscle damage, etc., are all pain caused by aseptic inflammation. After the injury site is inflamed, some "pain substances" will be produced, which are actually inflammatory metabolites. These substances stimulate the nerves and make us feel pain. When dealing with this type of pain, people will naturally think of painkillers, but painkillers generally have gastrointestinal side effects, and even cause gastrointestinal bleeding in a few people. Therefore, some people will consider physical therapy methods such as massage, heat or cold compresses. Among them, hyperthermia is a good choice. Hyperthermia can dilate the capillaries at the injured site, increase the permeability of blood vessels, and make it easier for the local "pain substances" to be taken away by the blood through the capillaries. At the same time, hyperthermia can speed up the flow of blood, so that the accumulated "pain substances" can be taken away faster, so as to relieve pain.