SOLshine Specs & User Guide

SOLshine Photo Nutrition™ is the fullest spectrum light that advances full-spectrum technology to the next generation with both ‘visible & invisible’ wavelengths —unlike any other biologically beneficial light.

  • PAR 38 (click photo for dimensions)
  • 98.1 CRI (average R1- R15)
  • 5600 Kelvin
  • Trace ultra violet (UV) 
  • Near Infrared (NIR) ––Essential NIR is missing in common full-spectrum light.
  1. NIR helps prime the cells in your retina for ‘repair and regeneration’ reducing your risk of macular degeneration.
  2. NIR is critical to the production of ATP (cellular energy), the fuel your cells need for metabolism and all vital functions

“LED light exposure that is not balanced with full (spectrum) sunlight loaded with the red parts of the spectrum is always damaging to your biology.”

Dr. Alexander Wunsch, MD, PhD photobiology expert

SOLshine Purple LED vs Common Blue LED

  • SOLshine utilizes leading edge ‘purple’ LED tech vs. potentially hazardous blue LED technology.

  • The Spectral Power Distribution (SPD) graph below approximates SOLshine’s ‘visible’ spectrum component.

SOLshine: 98.1 CRI (color rendering index) average



“One third of the energy your body consumes comes from the food you eat. The vast majority of the energy your body needs to maintain systemic equilibrium comes from environmental infrared light.”

Dr. Alexander Wunsch, MD, PhD  photobiology expert

User Guide

“A good light box shines down at your eyes from above and provides a broad field of illumination allowing for flexible activities.”
—Michael Terman, PhD, Director of the Center for Light Treatment and Biological Rhythms, Columbia University Medical Center..

Backed by Science

Use daily to counter mal-illumination & reduce your risk of disease.

  • Sun Up — Lights on

  • Sun Down — Reduce light.

  • Position light approximately 18-24″ from user. Aim light down toward the face & eyes.

  • Bathe yourself in daily ‘morning’ light to sync circadian rhythms to nature.

  • When eating, reading, relaxing and especially while working at a computer.

  • May also be used as desired for an energy boost much like a cup of coffee.