MediSun Technology
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UVB and Vit D


MediSun Technology™ has developed a revolutionary treatment system to optimize UVB and vitamin D. This new technology, the MediSun, will effectively increase vitamin D levels through UVB phototherapy.

Recently, clinical studies have shown that phototherapy for the treatment of vitamin D deficiency may be three times more effective than controlled sun exposure1 and eight times more effective than supplementation in the treatment of vitamin D deficiency2. In fact, MIT research has shown that only vitamin D produced through the skin by light can have the transformative benefits that minimize the risk of disease, increase neurological function, and improve the immune system3.

Unlike other vitamins that may be increased by simple oral supplementation, Vitamin D is a presteroidal hormone which is produced predominantly through skin exposure to UVB. The risk factors for sun exposure are widely known. The MediSun is the first medical device of its kind that can replicate the sun’s natural UVB and vitamin D producing process, while minimizing the risk factors of sun exposure.

Renowned doctors and medical institutions such as Dr. Oz and the Mayo Clinic have recommended controlled sun exposure to raise vitamin D levels. However, vitamin D expert Dr. Holick has proven that U.S. locations North of the Mason Dixon line only allow for vitamin D production for a few short months each year. This leaves most of the American population without the benefits of natural vitamin D production. Now, the MediSun will provide the answer for year round effective UVB and vitamin D production.


Recently, UVB phototherapy has been shown to have positive benefits beyond vitamin D that play a role in decreasing disease risk. It has long been known that there is a geographical variance that correlates MS and other diseases with decreased UVB exposure. This has led researchers to theorize that vitamin D levels may only provide a mechanism of measuring sun exposure. Instead, UVB induced mechanisms rather than vitamin D driven processes may explain many of the benefits often attributed to vitamin D. Sun Health is in the process of submitting a paper for publication in medical journals supporting these theories.


1 Bogh MKB et al. Narrowband ultraviolet B three times per week is more effective than 1600 IU oral vitamin D3 per day: a randomized clinical trial. Brit. J. Derm. 20 Aug 2012, 1365-2133.

2 Datta P et al. Increase in serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D-3 in humans after solar exposure as compared to artificial UVB exposure of hands and face. Photochem. Photobiol. Sci. 2012 Jul 31, 11, 1817.

3 Seneff S. Weston Price Wise Traditions Conference, March 2012.