Nitric Oxide Is Chillin’ Like a Villain
Nitric oxide is a highly reactive toxic gas — a potent free radical.
Its enthusiasts tend to forget the free radical part.
Nitric oxide is created by excess oxygen combined with excess heat — just like in a motor vehicle or power plant.
Getting hit by lightning is a good source (*wink wink*).
Using nitric oxide to increase blood flow is like using nitroglycerin to open up a dam and increase water flow.
Nitroglycerin, of course, is a precursor of nitric oxide.
Nitric oxide was proclaimed “Molecule of the Year” in 1992.
1992 was a good year for Mel Gibson too.
Nitric oxide is classified as an “extremely hazardous substance,” which makes it perfect for a health food supplement.
It made the cover of the biotech, uh, health food, magazine, Life Extension, founded by Saul Kent and William Faloon in the 1980s.
(Do some research on those two jokers. Don’t withhold the love; they’re just trying to earn a living like Bill Gates.)
Nitric oxide is a vasodilator (*sound of trumpets*), which is what all the ballyhoo is mainly about.
Vasodilators have side effects …
chest pain, heart palpitations, rapid heartbeat, FLUID RETENTION, nausea or vomiting, dizziness, headache, flushing, excessive hair growth, nasal congestion, etc.
Ladies, vasodilators affect unborn babies and breastfeeding.
Blue light (420-453 nanometers) creates abundant nitric oxide.
Fortunately, that frequency is only available at midday, and “only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the midday sun.”
(“The Chinese don’t care to. The Japanese wouldn’t dare to.”)
What??? You say you’re using blue light inside your house? At night? At midnight?
Not only is it toxic. Nitric oxide in the evening resets your circadian rhythms.
Your circadian pacemaker won’t be able to figure out if you’re a bat or a salamander.
RED LIGHT to the rescue! Blue light inhibits respiration, and red light enhances it.
635 and 670 nanometers have been well researched, but other frequencies of red and even orange are also effective for dealing with nitric oxide.
Ray Peat will tell you all about it, but Colonel Dinshah Ghadiali beat him to the punch, knowing that red is …
a liver builder, a hemoglobin builder, a skin cleanser, and a counter-agent for X-ray burns, ultraviolet radiation, etc.
Col. Ghadiali named RED the Thermal Wave, BLUE the Refrigerant Wave, YELLOW the Luminous Wave, and VIOLET the Radioactive Wave.
But be sure to use Body Dowsing (Mind Reading For the Millions) to make sure you don’t have a Color Engram that turns Red into a menace.
Colors are dual-edged swords when it comes to both mind and matter (or both as in the cingulate cortex of the brain).