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Will 430nm blue light work?

Saw the infomercial for ANSR (http://ansr.com) and went to the website to check it out. The claims sound good, and the price is right, but then I noticed that the light they use is 430nm blue light. And now I'm wondering if it would even work, because (although I really know very little about light therapy) everything I've read said the light should be between 405nm and 420nm. I'm thinking 430 is just too far off, but I don't really know.

In proving the effectiveness of their product, the website cites several studies using 415nm light. I don't understand why they'd have all that research in front of them, and then choose a wavelength that doesn't work.

I'd really like to try it, but don't want to just throw away my money. Anyone else have an opinion?

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