I don’t normally have time to write letters like this, but I thought you might like to hear about my experience with your sauna. I bought my sauna about two years ago. I am a dentist and have been in practice since 1979. Years ago, I did amalgam fillings for patients. Amalgam fillings (silver fillings) are fillings that contain mercury. Because I used to do amalgam fillings, I had my systematic mercury
level checked. My mercury level was off the chart. I had other metals that were also high.
As soon as I got my sauna I started to regularly use it. Approximately three months after I got my sauna, I got my mercury level rechecked. My mercury level was below the detectable level. In other words, the test indicated that all the mercury was gone! They physician’s office told me this was very unusual. They said it normally takes more time to get the mercury out when it was as high as mine.
Besides the elimination of the mercury, I have derived many other benefits from my sauna. People always tell me that my skin looks great. The sauna is spectacular for relaxation; my sauna has a built in CD player, which I love.
Before I bought the sauna, I thought it was expensive. As a result of the health benefits I have received, I think the sauna is actually inexpensive. I think it should be a part of every house. It’s like a health insurance policy—you can’t afford not to have it.
During Thanksgiving we were out of town. The resort we stayed at had a sauna-steam room. I figured I’d go in. What a joke. It’s hard to appreciate the difference until you’ve had a far infrared sauna.
If you think I’m enthusiastic about your sauna, you’re right.