Ok,
preliminary research seems to indicate that IR radiation Penis Enlargement is safe and *might* infact spurt hyperplasia/hypertrophy. A study indicates that near infra red wound healing therapy is now FDA approved and is used by NASA for healing wounds in space. Now, what has wound healing gotta do with Penis Enlargement? Well I'm no expert in biology but from the paper it seems *near infrared* radiation is sufficient to penetrate fairly deep and targets the mitochondria, stimulating/energising the cells. This leads to greater cell activity, growth factor synthesis, collagen production and angiogenesis!!! Now I'd say tha'ts hyperplasia? The wavelengths used - 680 to 880 nm.

I just started this experiment. Bought a 250 W GE infrared lamp from Walmart. It looks like a regular bulb though, so it must be producing the whole range of visible to near infrared wavelengths. Wonder it it'll work guys!!! I do stretching and jelqing under the IR lamp. Take care not to put you dick under direct focus. Might cause a slight burn.

If you find other reliable sources of near infrared radiation, do let me know. Also for those who might try this, keep us updated...

Here are the references -
PuBathmateed abstract->
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/...8&dopt=Abstract

A really cool paper -
http://www.bioscanlight.com/word_3s..._nasa_light.htm

near IR for wound healing -
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uids=11722751&dopt=Abstract

Possible poor penetration of IR into deep tissues -
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=PubMed&list_uids=8098894&dopt=Abstract
 
Wow! Didn't think the God of Penis Enlargement himself would descend upon this :D
I just started this, so can't say about any results. Also by nature my dick is retarded (slow to respond)!! DLD or anyone else, be careful about overheating or underheating. I fitted the ifrared lamp into a table lamp casing and I do Penis Enlargement sessions under the lamp! Be careful not to keep your dick directly in the focus of the lamp, you get a brning sensation. Right now I'm just going by temperature as a rough indicator - the dick should feel warm. The cool thing is you can heat hands free!

Shiver and 8 isn't enough, your comments/inputs? The problems is we don't know the intensity of IR reaching the tunica. I have a feeling that IR from the bulb doesn't penetrate much, it mainly heats the skin. This is my wild guess based on the fact htat outer skin is hot. The question is is it sufficient. What do you guys think?
 

bobbdobbs

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Originally posted by ApostleOfTriump
The wavelengths used - 680 to 880 nm.
That is about the peak for regular incandescent tungsten light bulbs. They produce a lot of near IR.

If you get a "heat lamp" type IR, they usually run at a lower temperature, may use a quartz coated heating element, etc, and shift the peak spectrum below and away from the 680-880 nm.

So you would be better off just getting a regular lightbulb, one of those reflector types.
 

pole

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I did this in the past (3years or so ago).

It definately heats tunica as well. How else it could heat muscles in medical use? At least mine does.

I will join again.

pole
 

pole

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Mine has 150W(Phillips) and I can place it in a distance of approx.50cm directed on my dick w/o burning feeling.
 
Pole,
is it a regular Phillips bulb or is it an IR/heating bulb? Are you doing stretching /jelqing under this or are you the bulb for heating only and then put it off and do Penis Enlargement? Any observations?

Bobdobbins
I gotta checkout more on the specifications of this GE bulb. It says infrared lamp so I'm assuming it produces MAINly IR wavelengths. You are saying a heat bulb would produce IR mainly in the far infrared end (greater than 750 nm)? Visible light has a wavelength range of 400 nm - 750 nm. Near infrared corresponds to the visible part of infrared spectrum (mainly red light and a little beyond - in the study they used 680 nm - 880 nm).

The GE bulb has a red filter and produces visible light (must be producing some far IR light also). So I'm saying we are BANG on target, it produces NEAR IR light! More feedback guys and good luck!
 
Does this mean I could spot fellow Penis Enlargement'ers by driving around at night looking for red glows coming from bathroom windows? ;)
 

pole

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Originally posted by ApostleOfTriump
Pole,
is it a regular Phillips bulb or is it an IR/heating bulb? Are you doing stretching /jelqing under this or are you the bulb for heating only and then put it off and do Penis Enlargement? Any observations?
IR/heating, we're talking about IR, aren't we?
I'm not that dumb ;)

If you read carefully, I wrote that I used it 3years ago! I used it occassionaly for the one or the other. Mainly just because it feels good and I was always to lazy for the standard warm up.
Just after reading the threads here I decided to give it a more regular trial again.
 
Originally posted by SlamInTheLamb
Does this mean I could spot fellow Penis Enlargement'ers by driving around at night looking for red glows coming from bathroom windows? ;)
Could be much worse than that! DLD watchout! If a snake hapens to pass by he'll see a bight n glowing snake much bigger than him, dangling from some point in the air! ;) (snakes can see only IR I believe)...
 
My room during IR Penis Enlargement sessions looks very much like what you see in my avatar! I put on some death metal to add to the special effects ;)
 

BigWillie

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((( And they laughed at me for doing my Penis Enlargement in the HotTub!)))

Maybe someone could have their Penis X-Rayed before a normal Penis Enlargement Session. Then 24 Hours after a Penis Enlargement Session...

Next time - they use the InfaRed Light Thing with a Before and After X-Ray to see if there's a difference in cell repair between the 2 methods.

I'd do it but - I don't have an X-Ray Machine - Just a HotTub. :p:p
 

bobbdobbs

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Originally posted by ApostleOfTriump
I gotta checkout more on the specifications of this GE bulb. It says infrared lamp so I'm assuming it produces MAINly IR wavelengths. You are saying a heat bulb would produce IR mainly in the far infrared end (greater than 750 nm)? Visible light has a wavelength range of 400 nm - 750 nm. Near infrared corresponds to the visible part of infrared spectrum (mainly red light and a little beyond - in the study they used 680 nm - 880 nm).
I did quite a bit of google searching for IR bulb spectrums but came up empty. I saw some medical IR lamps, but they spec'd wavelengths from 2,000nm to 50,000nm -- quite long compared to the desired peak.

On the other hand, I readily found the spectral curve for regular tungsten incandescent lamps, and they peaked right in the desired range. You can't do better than that.

There would be no reason to need to filter out the visible light, as it is only like 6% of the output power. (Incandescent light bulbs are obscenely inefficient at producing visible light.)

IR is a pretty huge spectral range. So just because it says IR doesn't tell you much where the range of the bulb falls.
 
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bobbdobbs

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Lasers???

Here, look how the energy of a regular tungsten incandescent light peaks at longer than 680nm -- this is just exactly the range mentioned.

You really can't improve on that with IR bulbs (which will peak at longer wavelengths outside the desire range) or expensive lasers which have extremely narrow spectrums and useless coherence.

http://www.neon-lighting.com/articles/spect-incandescent.gif

http://www.videoessentials.com/i/spectral12.gif

http://www.olympus-biosystems.com/graphics/technical/W-spectrum.png
 
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Interesting info guys.
I feel laser might be expensive. I've read so far only about near IR and know for sure it's safe since it's FDA approved. See the following paper, it compares near IR produced by LEDs with that of laser. Also I checked one LED based IR product and that costs $400! And laser is supposed to be costlier than that!!
http://www.dermavista.com/NASA.html
http://www.alliedlighttherapy.com/page1.html

If you guys find other LED sources lemme know. Here's one -
http://www.alliedlighttherapy.com/listings/1.html

Bobdobbs,
so we can use regular lamps in theory. But the GE lamp I have mainly produces red light so I'm pretty sure it 's mainly in the near IR range. I'll go for a while with the IR bulb and maybe you can checkout the regular bulb and we can compare... (I'm a hard gainer though)! It would be interesting if we can get some LEDs at low price, else this is the best bet.
 
Yeah, I pull the undy down a little so that it still covers my balls. Don't think that would block the IR rays though. Near IR is supposed to penetrate 23 cm in the NASA study at the energy level of 4 Joules/cm2. I don't know what's the energy density from an IR lamp or a regular lamp. Maybe 2 undys would help! :D
 

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