The Sun provides energy by the way of photons – charged particles of energy that we call light that is absorded into the leaves of plants, animals and humans to provide a wide variety of beneficial effects. Our eyes can perceive the visible spectrum of light produced by the sun, but the cells of our body respond to the invisible light we call infrared and ultraviolet.
Infrared (IR) light can be used to treat pain and speed up cellular regeneration to heal wounds quickly. Ultraviolet (UV) light creates vitamin D in the body which is important to maintain a healthy happy mind. UV is also antibacterial and when sunlight touches oxygen, it purifies the air via ozonation. Mould and viruses can’t live in the presence of UV light.