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Suggested reading brought to you by Sunlan Lighting: Customers Request Leads to Knowledge

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Thirty years ago, I had 3 women requests a product I believed to be a stretch to be true. They wanted me to carry a bulb developed in Finland that helped with depression. They needed the bulb to help them thrive in this grey rainy Portland. It was called Neodymium. The bulb is a soft purple because the Neodymium is fused into the glass. That natural mineral changed the color of standard bulb light to a color that was 90% of real sunshine. Pretty Cool.

I tested the light on me. First, I put into my reading lamp. Reports I read about the bulb said that children learned easer and retained information better when they studied under the light. For me, the results; easier to see and read printed material. I was at the age that I did not want to get glasses-yet. Colors popped. I took notice that when reading under standard lights, reading was much harder. I was becoming a believer. The next step was to compare 3 kinds if light for nighttime reading. Halogen, a very good morning colored, high CRI- Color Rendering Index light and Standard bulbs with the Neodymium bulb. Halogens are great for reading, but I did not sleep well. Neodymium, best sleep ever. I put the bulbs in every room in my home and office. A side benefit was the growth and flowering of my plants.

Neodymium Lighting is the best plant light I have ever used. Best people light too!

Sunlan Lighting

3901 N. Mississippi Ave., Portland, OR 97227


Hours: 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday

10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday


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