Solar LED Light and UV Bug Zapper
A perfect garden item, this Solar LED Light and UV Bug Zapper. It easily switches between light and bug zapper with absolutely no electricity or wiring needed.
The built-in solar panel on the top of the unit recharges the light during the day and will have a full 8-hour charge.
Light and UV zapper has a metal safety grill and internal translucent finger shield.
Uses 1 “AA” NI-Cd rechargeable battery (included).
Comes packaged in an individual box. Box measures approximately 6″ x 6″ x 6.25″.
Enjoy your evening outdoor lawn or garden with some barbecuing and cooking tools with the help of Solar LED Lights!
UV Irradiation has good benefits in moderation
A little sunshine is essential in achieving optimum overall health and well-being. Medical studies show that as much as 15 minutes of sun exposure a day is sufficient. It can help the body produce vitamin D which is important in the prevention of osteoporosis, hypertension, cancer, and other autoimmune diseases. Vitamins D is a fat soluble vitamin that is found in some foods but is produced in body with the aid of ultraviolet (UV) rays of the sun. This kind of vitamin is essential in maintaining the proper level of phosphorus and calcium in the blood. Vitamin D, combines with other vitamins, minerals, hormones, and other substances to maintain strong and healthy bones that will not easily break or become brittle.
However, extended exposure may cause many skin problems like early-wrinkling and skin cancer. Also, other factors like pollution and the thinning of the ozone layer have posed additional health risks for the skin. Too much exposure to the sun may damage the texture and weaken the elastic attributes of the skin. The advent of various skin care products like sunscreens are designed to help protect against the sun’s harmful effects. Sunscreens are available as lotions, creams, sprays, lip balms, and many more. These products can be bought over-the-counter and without a doctor’s approval. In addition to these products, foods rich in selenium, beta-carotene, Vitamins A, C, and E may alleviate the harmful effects of the sun.
Hence, enjoy the sun in moderation with safety precautions and enjoy outdoors in early evenings where sun’s rays are less powerful.
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