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Smart Immunity Life Vests are highly portable and lower cost compared to other suppliers.Far-infrared radiation acutely increases nitric oxide production by increasing Ca(2+) mobilization and Ca(2+)/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase II-mediated phosphorylation of endothelial nitric oxide synthase at serine 1179. The benefits of infrared heat may be further enhanced by natural Crystal stones the most efficient natural infrared heat absorber passing its heat smoothly to the body. It also creates negative ions, which is a further benefit. Our bodies are positively charged, and introducing the body to a negative ion environment (such as that found at the ocean side) is calming and soothing.

Living things require sunlight in order to grow and thrive. Far infrared light, the safest segment of energy that comes from the sun, offers a wide array of therapeutic benefits for various health conditions. Studies demonstrate that far infrared helps enhance circulation in the skin, modulate sleep, ease pain, protect against oxidative stress, and relieve inflammation. The benefits of far infrared therapy are enhanced by crystals, which helps healing heat penetrate deeper while producing soothing negative ions. Smart Immunity Life Vests combining far infrared heat with crytals provide convenient at-home relief for individuals seeking to increase flexibility, relieve discomfort, boost circulation, and relieve stress and fatigue.

Far infrared penetrates through the skin and insulating layer of fat, two to three inches into the body, producing a warming effect from the inside out. Far infrared penetrates quicker and provides a faster response in the body, and its warming benefits continue after use.

Far infrared raises the body’s surface temperature. Heat helps increase circulation, which may benefit people who suffer from circulatory issues. Infrared heat increases surface blood flow without increasing blood pressure, by promoting dilation of the blood vessels.

A further benefit of heat is improved flexibility. Older individuals in particular can lose elasticity of muscle fibers and connective tissue due to lack of regular exercise. Warming up the muscle and connective tissue can help it become more pliable, restoring its elasticity.

Park JH1, Lee S, Cho DH, Park YM, Kang DH, Jo I. Department of Molecular Medicine and Ewha Medical Research Institute, Ewha Womans University Medical School, Seoul 158-710, South Korea.

FIR increased the phosphorylation of eNOS at serine 1179 (eNOS-Ser(1179)) in a time-dependent manner (up to 40min of FIR radiation) in bovine aortic endothelial cells (BAEC) without alterations in eNOS expression.

This increase was accompanied by increases in NO production and intracellular Ca(2+) levels.  FIR radiation increases NO production via increasing CaMKII-mediated eNOS-Ser(1179) phosphorylation but TRPV channels may not be involved in this pathway. 
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Research Confirms Diverse Healing Effects of Far Infrared Light
A growing body of clinical evidence supports the use of far infrared as a non-invasive health-promoting therapy. As far back as 1989, researchers found convincing evidence that when far infrared was applied to local areas or to the entire body, it had a sleep-modulatory effect on patients suffering from insomnia. Additionally, far infrared therapy produced a blood circulation-enhancing effect in human skin. Questionnaires to more than 500 users of far infrared devices revealed that the majority reported an overall improvement in health. The effects appeared to be triggered by far infrared-induced increase in body tissue temperature, as well as enhanced blood circulation in human skin.

Research Confirms Diverse Healing Effects of Far Infrared Light
More recent studies in China explored far infrared therapy as a method to improve inadequate blood circulation in patients with vascular access malfunction, a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in hemodialysis patients. Study subjects treated with far infrared showed measurable blood flow improvement after a single session. Test results were consistent after one year of therapy.

A similar study on laboratory rats found that treatment with far infrared could help reduce the prevalence of ischemia (shortage of the blood supply to an organ) and ischemic diseases. In cases of trauma, reconstructive surgery, and diabetes, insufficient microcirculation in skin can lead to acute tissue ischemia. The study found that far infrared therapy produced a significant increase in skin microcirculation in the treated animals.

The benefits of far infrared extend to the cardiovascular system as well. Repeated far infrared therapy has also been shown to improve impaired vascular endothelial function in patients with atherosclerosis and other coronary risk factors.

A Japanese study tested the effects of far infrared rays on chronic pain. The investigators studied far infrared efficacy in patients suffering from fibromyalgia, a condition characterized by sleep disturbances and widespread pain with tenderness in specific areas. Thirteen female patients received far infrared therapy once per day for two or five days per week. All of the patients experienced a significant reduction in pain (by about half) after the first session. The effects of treatment became stable after 10 sessions, with participants experiencing up to a 78% reduction in their pain.

Another study backed up these findings, suggesting that an approach of multidisciplinary treatment that included far infrared therapy could be a promising method for treating chronic pain.

Patients suffering from chronic inflammation have been the subject of a variety of tests utilizing far infrared treatment. A recent study in Taiwan found that far infrared radiation exerts a potent anti-inflammatory effect via induction of heme oxygenase-1, an enzyme that confers cellular protection against oxidative stress. The possible benefits of far infrared treatment for arthritis, a disorder associated with chronic inflammation, are also the subject of ongoing promising research. A Chinese study found that infrared radiation exerts anti-inflammatory effects by inhibiting the release of the inflammatory chemokine interleukin. Researchers believe a fuller understanding of the process could serve as the basis for improved treatment of rheumatoid arthritis patients.

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Negative Ions

Numerous studies have proven that negative ions are incredibly important in determining mood.

Michael Terman, PhD, of Columbia University in New York, has researched negative ions (WebMD. and reports that, "The action of the pounding surf creates negative air ions and we also see it immediately after spring thunderstorms when people report lightened moods.

Furthermore, Columbia University studies on depression in winter has shown that depression can be relieved as much through negative ion generators as it can through the use of antidepressants, without the negative side effects.

These ions increase the amount of oxygen flow to the brain, increasing awareness and mental energy.

Smart Immunity life Vests emit Negative Ions through the Far Infrared. All you have to do is wear the garments to gain the healing benefits of the Negative Ions.

Negative Ions play a major role in helping to detoxify and enhance the body's overall well-being.

Far Infrared Ion Fabric provides a convenient, method to detoxify, protect you from harmful EMF's and improve your overall health.

Nitric oxide and the immune system

Project Advisor: Andrew Foey, School of Biological Sciences, University of Plymouth, Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AA
Nitric oxide (NO) was discovered as a biologically active molecule over two decades ago and it has since been recognised as one of the most versatile components of the immune system, with involvement in both cytotoxic and regulatory functions. It is a readily diffusible gas that has been established as a universal messenger, capable of mediating cell-cell communication throughout the body. It is involved in the pathogenesis and also the control of infectious diseases, autoimmunity, chronic degenerative diseases and tumours. This review will collate, contrast and compare recently published literature, to provide an up-to-date and contemporary overview of the substantial role that NO plays within the immune system.

NO production in the immune system and mechanisms of its regulation The generation of NO is a key feature of many immune cells, including dendritic cells, NK cells, mast cells, macrophages and other phagocytic cells.

Either iNOS or eNOS has been found in all of these cell types but the evidence remains uncertain as to whether primary T or B lymphocytes express the NOS isoforms (Bogdan 2001). This is an area to which further research could be targeted, to clarify the contradicting results gained through other studies.

Previous work carried out by Relling (1996) relied solely on PCR methods to detect NOS mRNA within T cells, increasing the possibility of false positives, through the contamination of other cells. Much focus within previous research has been placed upon the classical phagocytic cells, such as macrophages, examining the role they play in NO production.

There seems to be much less information regarding T and B lymphocytes and the position that they hold with respect to the expression of NOS. All three isoforms of NOS are regulated at various levels during an immune response. They have similar regulation processes however, because eNOS and nNOS are preformed within the cell, their activity can be switched on by Ca2+ level increases and calmodulin, as previously explained.

NO in infection and inflammation NO plays a crucial role at all stages of infection and it has a diverse and somewhat contradictory spectrum of activities. Rollinghoff et al. (2000) used iNOS-/- mice in their informative study, concluding that a vast array of immunological effects are indeed mediated by NO. The functions of NO which they described were; antiviral, antimicrobial, immunostimulatory, immunosuppressive, cytotoxic and cytoprotective.

In addition to the beneficial effects that NO exerts when the body is challenged with infection, it is also known to display pathogenic properties when sustained at high concentrations (Aktan 2004). NO can, under certain circumstances, mediate cytotoxicity and tissue damage, inhibit T cell proliferation, induce T cell apoptosis, generate viral escape mutants and also have direct positive effects on viral or microbial growth (Bogdan 2001).

When NO is produced in large amounts by myeloid cells, it is generated also with equally large amounts of superoxide anion (O2-). These two compounds can then form peroxynitrite (ONOO-), which is a mediator of the cytotoxic effects of NO (Guzik 2003). The production of ONOO-, NO. and other reactive oxidising compounds in the presence of superoxide radicals or peroxidises, can cause the reversal of NO effects from protective to deleterious (Aktan 2004). These products can target numerous proteins and enzymes which are critical for cell survival and signalling; nitrating cysteines within their structures, leading to their activation or inactivation (Coleman 2001).literature review
Hannah Hosking


To understand how it works we need to understand a bit more about our body before we try to understand the topic in detail. 

Based on the Earth's natural 7.83 Hz frequency This frequency is the most compatible with your body's natural biorhythms. PEMF applies a magnetic field to the body, which induces the production of weak electrical currents in the tissues. These weak bio currents can influence the flow of blood and oxygen to the tissues and the flow of ions and of nutrients into the cells.

Our body works naturally on an electromagnetic system and is made up from a lot of water. Water is like the electrolyte solution of a battery. It’s full of saline and several electrolytes. Saline is composed of sodium and chloride. Electrolytes are basically positively and negatively charged metallic ions such as sodium, potassium, calcium, chloride, etc. Because of their charges, electrolyte solutions and saline can be stimulated using Pulsed Electro-magnetic Fields or PEMF generated. 

PEMF therapy increases cell oxygenation, enhances hydration and thus facilitates detoxification in the body. PEMF proven to be helpful in resolving many conditions such as sleep problems, low energy, low strength and stamina and more. PEMF therapy enhances nutrient absorption, resulting in faster healing and lesser pain. 

Thousands of clinical studies and hundreds of trials so far suggest that PEMF therapy provides long-term therapeutic benefits. It is deemed as a natural remedy which backs up body’s cells positively influence the metabolism of the body.

Pulsed electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy has been studied since more than 5 decades for it’s effectiveness for improving recovery and regeneration. Nutrition and indeed, the Paleo diet as well works on similar principles of providing the body a natural environment to flourish.

Just as raw food and alternative medicinal diets, magnetic therapy has been used since ancient times and has been scientifically and socially accepted for improving circulation, digestion and relieving inflammation. PEMF is magnetic therapy a step forward, the magnetic fields are tuned to low frequencies that have an immediate energy enhancing effect on the cells.

The prospect of using modern neuro-technology based on simple biological phenomenon principle that the body is electrical, as well as chemical and pulsed electromagnetic fields have regenerative effects. 

Static magnets, the type used in magnetic mattresses and bracelets, have been used in healing for thousands of years (in the form of magnetite crystals). PEMF systems do not use magnets but pass a pulsing electric current to generate an electromagnetic field. However, traditional magnetic therapy has many shortcomings, especially compared with what we can now achieve with pulsed electromagnetic therapy.

Studies using PEMF technology there are currently over 450 studies on pubmed the vast majority supporting the benefits of PEMFs.

Improve Brain Function known as Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation used for Depression therapy & Mental Performance Enhancement. Research has demonstrated the effectiveness of magnetic field therapies on both depression and anxiety disorders as well as many other conditions affecting the brain.
One study at Harvard Medical School found that the PEMF device they used prompted greater than 10% significant improvement in mood after just one 20-minute treatment in patients with bipolar disorder and in patients with major depressive disorder (Rohan, et al). While this is just one study, it demonstrates the immediate benefits that PEMFs for depression and anxiety can have.

Another study found that after five weeks of active treatment with low intensity transcranial PEMF (T-PEMF), there was a 62% reduction on a Depression Rating Scale among those in the active T-PEMF group (Martiny, et al). This study also found that improvement was noticeable within the first weeks of therapy.

As with many powerful detox therapies and treatments such as exercise, oftentimes people may feel exhausted or wiped out after a session. It’s just like going to the gym has hundreds of benefits: You’ll feel great after getting into a good routine, but in the beginning, you may feel sore or exhausted for a day or two. The same applies to PEMF. The majority of people feel good immediately after a session, but some may experience tiredness and detox effects as the toxins and inflammation leave the body. When this happens, the body simply needs a day or two of good sleep or rest to heal. To minimize the intensity of the detox, the best thing to do is drink extra fluids and eat light, nutritious foods to help flush the toxins from the body faster.

Robert Otto Becker, MD (1923 – 2008) – 5 decades of electro-medical research by a man far, far ahead of his time.

The father of electrotherapy and electrochemically induced cellular regeneration; a pioneer of silver plated nylon bandage in chronic wound care and regeneration of tissue. The Mitochondrial Theory of Aging in Reverse how to enhance sleep, recovery, longevity and physical & mental performance very simply with pulsed magnetic fields. 

In this article, we will discover how Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy reduces pain and inflammation in the body and is a high quality wellness modality.


In the early 1990s, RLT was used by scientists to help grow plants in space. The scientists found that the intense light from red light-emitting diodes (LEDs) helped promote growth and photosynthesis of plant cells. Red light was then studied for its potential application in medicine, more specifically to find out if RLT could increase energy inside human cells. The researchers hoped that RLT could be an effective way to treat the muscle atrophy, slow wound healing, and bone density issues caused by weightlessness during space travel.

Both NASA and Russia's space agency noticed that astronauts who became injured while in space would not heal until they were back here on Earth. At the same time it was also discovered that when plants were placed aboard spacecrafts to experiment with ways to grow food during space travel, the astronauts who became injured were healing before they got back to earth. Phototherapy is based on the principle of delivering the light photon energy into cells within our body.

When the light particles touch the skin the body’s cells absorb the energy. Our cells use this energy to rejuvenate and repair themselves. Phototherapy works similar to how plants absorb light via photosynthesis, using that energy to fuel the organism’s activities. It works by the same overall principle, as our cells absorb are able to absorb certain light energies providing fuel for specific functions. Red light lamps and low-level lasers were expensive and rara and used only in professional environments for its ability to rejuvenate the look of skin until the Light- emitting Diode (LED) technology changed the game and made monochromic photon light sources affordable and widely spread.

Red light therapy has been studied and tested across hundreds of peer-reviewed clinical trials, with overwhelmingly positive results for skin health, collagen production, physical performance & muscle recovery, sleep, joint pain, inflammation, and a lot more. And that’s without drugs, chemicals, UV rays, invasive procedures, or other common side effects.

NFL stars, NBA teams, Olympians, world-class trainers, natural health leaders, and leading clinics & gyms are using red light therapy every day for these natural health benefits. Photon therapy is used for detoxification, collagen production, wound recovery. 

Efficiency of low-level laser therapy in reducing pain induced by orthodontic forces. AA Bicakci. 2012. In Vitro effect of low-level laser therapy on typical oral microbial biofilms. FG Basso et al. 2011 830 nm light-emitting diode low level light therapy (LED-LLLT) enhances wound healing: a preliminary study. PK Min et al. 2013.


The Eco Friendly textile that heals whilst you wear it 

A clinical trial initiated by the Ministry of Health at the Government Ayurveda College in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, suggest that Medicinal Cloth does indeed work. For the study, patients suffering from rheumatism, allergies, hypertension, diabetes, psoriasis and other skin ailments were constantly exposed to ayurvedic herbs for 30 days through Medicinal Cloth clothing, bed linens, and mattresses. Walls, floors, and ceilings in the subjects’ room were further lined with Medicinal Cloth coir mats. According to Dr. Vishwanathan, the former Dean of the Drug Research Department at Ayurveda College, the response was “remarkably good,” especially in the cases of arthritis and skin ailments where the patients showed a "marked improvement." Convinced by these results.

Ayurvastra: A miracle mediherbal cloth Mamta and Anita Rani Department of Clothing and Textiles, College of Home Science, G.B. Pant Universi ty of Agriculture & Technology, Pantnagar - 263145, U.S. Nagar, Uttarakhand, India

Ayurveda is an ancient medical treatise, summarising the art of healing and prolonging life and is practiced in India for more than 5,000 years. It is regarded as an alternative form of medicine. Now the same ayurveda is brought into Ayurvastra, the medical dress. Ayurvastra which is the cloth made from organic cotton fabric that has been specially treated with medicinal herbs to impart not only medicinal properties but also beautiful hues to the textiles. Its production does not add up to environment pollution. With people becoming more health conscious all over the world.  Ayurvastra not only reinforces the importance of sustaining the planet for future generations but also considers the well being of current generations using age old practices.

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Keywor : Ayurvastra, treatment of disease, environment, sustainable, herbs, herbal dyeing


Vol-2 Issue-4 2016 IJARIIE-ISSN(O)-2395-4396 3044 1166 AYURVASTRA – HERBAL CLOTHING (A new technology to heal naturally) Jyothirmai S1, Sasmita Panda Assistant professor, Textile Design Department, National institute of fashion technology (NIFT), Telangana, India 2Associate professor, Textile Design Department, National institute of fashion technology (NIFT), Telangana, India

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There are many good books to help you find out what crystals you need for various imbalances. Books such as "Love is in the Earth" by Melody (Earth Love Publishing House, ISBN 0 - 9628190 - 0 -X) give detailed descriptions of each crystal, and a few, such as "The Complete Illustrated Guide to Crystal Healing" by Simon Lilly (Element, ISBN 1 - 86204 - 326 - 4 ) 

Reishi mushrooms & Cistanche


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Zhang YH, Wang LC, Tu PF, et al. Macrophage activation by low molecular weight saccharides from Cistanche deserticola. Zhongguo Zhong Yao Za Zhi.2017 Nov;42(21):4207-10.
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