Sunlight & Fresh Air

Vitamin D is used in all aspects of the immune response and is crucial to fighting sickness, including COVID.[1] Sunshine improves lung function,[2] increases blood flow through the lungs and boosts oxygen levels in the blood.[3] Sunlight also plays a role in the activation of CoQ10 compounds in the body. When exposed to sunlight, the skin releases nitric oxide, an essential molecule that may reduce the COVID virus’s ability to replicate. [4] Combined with fresh outdoor air which gives a boost of oxygen, this remedy is beneficial for combating COVID and helping improve overall health.


Step 1

Expose a large part of your body, especially the back.

Step 2

Avoid sunburn by turning back and forth every 5 minutes and avoid use of lotions and creams for more effective vitamin D production on skin.


30 minutes daily.


[1] Kumar, R., Rathi, H., Haq, A., Wimalawansa, S. J., & Sharma, A. (2021, January 15). Putative roles of vitamin D in modulating immune response and immunopathology associated with covid-19. Virus research. Retrieved February 9, 2022, from

[2] Reardon, B. J., Hansen, J. G., Crystal, R. G., Houston, D. K., Kritchevsky, S. B., Harris, T., Lohman, K., Liu, Y., O’Connor, G. T., Wilk, J. B., Mezey, J., Gao, C., & Cassano, P. A. (2013, November 25). Vitamin D-responsive SGPP2 variants associated with lung cell expression and lung function – BMC Medical Genetics. BioMed Central. Retrieved February 9, 2022, from

[3] Liu, J., Dong, Y.-Q., Yin, J., Yao, J., Shen, J., Sheng, G.-J., Li, K., Lv, H.-F., Fang, X., & Wu, W.-F. (2019, October 8). Meta-analysis of vitamin D and lung function in patients with asthma – respiratory research. BioMed Central. Retrieved February 9, 2022, from

[4] ScienceDaily. (2021, April 9). Sunlight linked with lower COVID-19 deaths, study shows. ScienceDaily. Retrieved February 9, 2022, from