The tradition of sauna is found around the world, in most advanced cultures. The use of hot air baths goes back tens of thousands of years, with Indian sweat lodges, for example, having been used continuously for over 40,000 years! Older saunas used heating rocks or a crude fire, but modern technology has created saunas with more potent impacts on health.
Near infrared lamp saunas use incandescent reddish ‘heat lamps’ for heating. While traditional saunas require high temperatures to induce sweating, these bulbs emit mostly near infrared energy, which penetrates the skin and heats from the inside out as well as the skin. This means air temperature in the sauna can remain much cooler, yet one still sweats plenty, allowing sauna therapy to be more easily tolerated.
Near infrared light is actually a antioxidant nutrient, nourishing the organs and assisting in downward moving energy in the body, a concept that is central to development science (for more read Downward moving energy and healing).
Besides being one of safest, cheapest, and most powerful ways to clean the body of toxic metals, chemicals, and infections, it’s benefits include:
The Convertible Radiant Sauna Tent was made to provide near infrared sauna therapy in a convenient, portable, and versatile package.
The spacious design allows it to be used in three different ways depending on your preference: standing, sitting, or laying down. The Radiant Sauna comes in a natural-looking wood grain pattern exterior, made of 95% heat-retaining insulating material. All materials are non-toxic, even when heated.