Do you have concerns about healing a wound?
You may want to consider using light waves to heal wounds — using light therapy to heal – also known as photons, infrared light, or LED infrared. You can even find articles about NASA LED light therapy to heal wounds!
Light waves just might be your natural, simple, powerful, effective, and safe solution.
A bit of background:
Light wavelengths have different energies or frequencies. Receptors for light (photoreceptors) are naturally found in living organisms like plants and animals (Including humans).
Some molecular biochemistry:
Research indicates that the enzyme cytochrome C oxidase seems to be present whenever our bodies are naturally in “healing mode”.
Cytochrome C oxidase is inside our cellular mitochondria where our body naturally makes healing energy.
When cytochrome C oxidase is poisoned or has deficiencies, the mitochondria are no longer able to make healing energy.
Now for the good news!
Cytochrome C oxidase responds to light and specific frequencies.
Research also indicates that light waves provided by a Lumen Photon Therapy Device actually turn ON this powerful healing enzyme cytochrome C oxidase – Naturally!
Cytochrome C oxidase strongly absorbs light in the far-red (visible) to near infrared spectra of the Lumen Photon Therapy Device. The Cytochrome C oxidase enzyme treats this almost like an “energy transfusion” to increase electron transfer in the mitochondria, which then leads to an increase in natural healing energy.
It really is that simple!
People report success using light waves to heal wounds – especially the healing energy of light waves coming from the naturally powerful Lumen Photon Therapy Device to heal wounds – to heal all kinds of wounds – such as:
- to accelerate wound healing after surgery
- auto accidents
- areas of poor circulation and ulcers
- burns / poorly healed burns
- non-union or failure-to-heal fractures including non-union leg fractures
- broken bones
- skin ulcers
- to accelerate the healing of skin muscle, nerve, tendon, cartilage, bone
- dental and periodontal tissues
- resistant infections including teeth root infections
- to regenerate nerves, and stop pain
- painful diabetic neuropathy (both early stages with severe pain and later stages with loss of sensation), loss of sensation, nearly gangrenous toes, or non-healing leg ulcers
- new joints
- localized chronic infections
- chronically swelling knee
- bad back
- shoulder pain
- plantar fasciitis
- after a heart attack
- to destroy tumors
- carpel tunnel
This information is provided for educational purposes only. Contact your medical practitioner for medical advice.