A regional term for, “under the influence of drugs; stoned”
A colour believed–by the proponents of the pseudoscience of colour therapy–to increase circulation, energy, and reduce anxiety
Use of the colour red as a therapeutic agent is discouraged if the patient is already ‘too red’–e.g., has a ruddy complexion, red hair, a fever, or is easily excited. There is no scientific evidence that colour therapy provides any form of health benefit.
A primary colour produced by the longest waves of the visible electromagnetic spectrum from 700 to 635 nm and a frequency interval of 430 to 480 THz.