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While discussing her recommendations for Copper Imbalance in our body, Dr. Sherry Rogers, MD, noted Environmental Doctor, commented on the use of Lumen Photon Therapy, in the March 2015 issue of her monthly newsletter “Total Wellness”.

Dr. Rogers noted that a deficiency of copper is “known to cause or contribute to high cholesterol, diabetes, heart disease, arrhythmias, homocysteine, Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH), and more.”

Dr. Rogers goes on to note that copper is crucial in superoxide dismutase – an antioxidant that protects us from environmental toxins / pollutants.

In addition, Dr. Rogers notes that copper enzymes are critical in the enzyme cytochrome C oxidase – the main enzyme in the mitochondria which makes energy (in the form of ATP).


Lumen 180 Photon Therapy Device
Lumen 180 Photon Therapy Device

Lumen Photon Therapy

Dr. Rogers reminds us that cytochrome C oxidase is the very same enzyme which the Lumen Photon Therapy Device “revs up”.

The Lumen Photon Therapy Device is a Far infrared / LED pad which, as Dr. Rogers notes, “has given enormous pain relief to many folks by applying it to affected joints or other areas”.

Dr. Rogers says that frequencies from the Lumen Photon Therapy Device “turn on the enzyme cytochrome C oxidase to promote healing”.

Dr. Rogers, sums her message by noting that “copper is one crucial element that is rarely checked yet important for healthful longevity, and especially for making sure you don’t get unwanted blood clots, the number one cause of death.”



More About Lumen Photon Therapy:
Everything in the body is both chemical and, at a deeper level, electrical. Every organ, every enzyme, every component of every cell has a unique electrical frequency.

Enzymes like NAD and cytochrome C oxidase that are inside cells respond to light and specific frequencies. Photon Therapy has been shown to reverse the damage to cytochrome C oxidase.

In past “Total Wellness” discussions, Dr. Rogers explains that the detox enzyme, cytochrome C oxidase, is actually turned on by light in the far-red (visible) to near infrared spectra (as it strongly absorbs the stimulating energy). This energy increases electron transfer in the mitochondria, which leads the body to make increased energy needed for healing.

Physician Dr. Robert Becker found that applying the correct frequency to bone cells turned on the chemistry of healing. This knowledge is now also used to improve conditions like diabetic neuropathy (whether it’s in early stages with severe pain or later stages with loss of sensation), areas of poor circulation,
and ulcers.

Compared to laser, Lumen Photon Therapy is safer, cheaper, easier to use, has no risk of eye damage (in fact it’s used to heal eyes); it penetrates a broader surface area at once, is more gentle, has no side effects, and has greater healing energy.

You can affordably have this small Lumen Photon Therapy device in your own home.

And as Dr. Rogers has said: “I frankly can’t imagine a home without a Lumen.”


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Sherry Rogers, M.D. is an internationally recognized expert in environmental medicine. Board Certified in Environmental Medicine as well as charter
Board Certified in Family Practice, and a Fellow of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, and a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition. Dr. Rogers is the author of over 16 books on environmental illness and finding the cause and cure of diseases. She has published over 20 scientific papers, as well as written for many of the current periodical and text book chapters. She served on medical journal editorial boards, and has given over 100 lectures to physicians in six countries, and more in her over 45 years of medical practice.


Please remember that this information is provided for educational purposes only. Contact your medical practitioner for medical advice.