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Biophoton Therapy Evidence

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Biophoton therapy is a noninvasive, holistic solution that seeks to realign the body’s natural light through as few sessions as possible.

Fritz-Albert Popp discovered that each living cell emits around 100,000 electromagnetic pulses of light per second – known as biophotons.

Some experiments indicate that biophotons may carry and even facilitate psychic information and healing by creating an efficient connection between conscious organisms.

1. Enhanced Immune System

Biophoton therapy research shows that using light can boost one’s immunity. This theory rests on light’s natural ability to interact with living systems’ molecules and atoms and release energy as ultraweak photon emission (UPE), commonly referred to as biophotons.

UPE, or Ultraviolet Photon Emission, is an electromagnetic radiation with no sharp peaks in its spectrum and can be detected using electronic means. It’s thought to be caused by reactive oxygen species released by stressed cells as part of their natural response mechanism – ROS release being one potential culprit.

Researchers have examined how biophotons affect human biology, and discovered that their emission can be affected by various factors including brain activity, mood state and meditation. They have also observed that type 2 diabetes reduces biophoton emission through altered cellular metabolism processes.

Evidence indicates that biophotons can facilitate non-local communication among organisms. In one experiment, two cultures of bacteria were separated by 5 meters and their biophoton emissions recorded; researchers discovered differences in them, suggesting they were communicating.

Another study demonstrated that changes to biophoton intensity correlate with changes to its electrical activity. This indicates that biophotons are an effective means of communication among neurons; supported by their constant exposure to light; biophotons emitted by one neuron can be taken up by nearby cells called bystander cells and used for communication purposes.

2. Increased Energy Levels

Biophoton scalar energy within our bodies orchestrates essential biological functions, from cell division and replication of DNA to providing various health benefits such as strengthening immunity, alleviating pain relief and improving sleep quality.

Research suggests that biophoton scalar energy can stimulate collagen production, an essential protein essential to healthy skin and joints. With age comes reduced collagen production which leads to sagging skin and joint discomfort – increasing collagen production with biophoton scalar energy can reverse these effects and restore youthful-looking skin and flexible joints.

UPE increases in response to stress conditions that activate ROS production, suggesting biophoton emissions provide biologically relevant information at both an intra- and possibly inter-individual level. Due to its statistical properties – wavelength and intensity fluctuations – UPE offers an effective tool for studying living organisms’ physiology.

The lymphatic system serves to filter and trap bacteria, viruses, cancer cells and other unwanted materials before returning them back into the bloodstream via subclavian veins. If lymph nodes become blocked due to injury or illness, fluid can build up in tissues leading to swelling known as edema – biophoton therapy can alleviate it by improving flow and stimulating lymph nodes to perform their usual duties.

Natural Universal Frequencies generated by biophoton machines may help the body eliminate low frequency hosts like bacteria, viruses, parasites, molds yeast and fungus while at the same time stimulating normal healthy cells through “Re-Polarity.” Furthermore, this technology may assist the body in detoxifying, balancing and aligning its cellular energies through short and easy sessions.

3. Reduced Pain

Biophoton therapy research indicates that the treatment can alleviate chronic wound pain by stimulating endorphin production – natural painkillers. Furthermore, this therapy helps eliminate bacteria from wound sites and support natural healing processes in the body.

Biophotons are an invisible form of energy transmitted between cells. They play an essential role in transmitting signals within the body and enabling cells to respond quickly to internal and external stimuli. Once absorbed by skin, biophotons multiply in our bodies before being distributed throughout tissues allowing this treatment to be applied all over body with no invasiveness, painlessness or toxic side-effects.

Researchers found that biophotons led to a strong reduction in wound pain among all of those who reported pain at baseline, especially for VLUs which commonly produce discomfort. When BioPhotonic gel was applied directly onto VLU wounds, pain immediately subsided; indeed, results indicated that treatment was far more effective than standard care while being well received by patients.

Light therapy is generally safe to use for individuals of all ages; the only exceptions being organ transplant recipients, including pig valves. Also excluded from its use are people who have artificial arteries, veins, shunts or urethras; this light may cause an inflammatory reaction and result in their rejection by the immune system.

Biontologists use an instrument called Chiren to assess energetic disturbances in different parts of your body and then work closely with it to find remedies that correct disruptions and restore its natural capacity for self-healing. Such remedies neutralize incoherent chaotic light by giving it back along with amplified coherent light that restores its original balance and health.

4. Reduced Inflammation

Biophotons are released when cells perform normal metabolic functions and these photons are absorbed by other cells along the cell membrane and intercellular axons (the light guides connecting neurons). Biophotons also play an essential role in cell repair and maintaining the integrity of mitochondria – responsible for producing energy for living cells to function normally and performing approximately 100,000 chemical reactions every second in order to produce enough energy needed by living cells to function normally; biophotons play an integral part in these processes.

Studies have demonstrated how certain medical conditions can have a detrimental effect on biophoton production within the body, for instance in diabetics producing less biophotons than healthy individuals and some research suggests depression and other mood disorders may also lead to decreased biophoton production.

Malignant tumors produce less biophotons than non-malignant cells, making cancerous tissues harder to distinguish from healthy tissues using modern molecular techniques, such as MRI or PET scans, without surgery to biopsy the tissues for analysis.

However, recent research indicates that biophoton therapy may help identify malignant tissues and facilitate healing of surrounding healthy tissue. The effectiveness of this therapy was demonstrated in a study using KLOX system technology to treat chronic wounds that had proven difficult to heal through traditional means; researchers were able to demonstrate an increase in percentage of wounds closing and healing as a result of using this technology.

5. Detoxification

Detoxification can be an uncomfortable and trying part of addiction recovery. When someone stops using drugs or alcohol abruptly, their body chemistry becomes out of balance and this may result in physical symptoms that require professional management at detox centers.

Detoxification is the starting point in substance abuse treatment plans, and is vital in providing your body the opportunity to flush away chemicals before beginning other steps of recovery. Detox can also help identify co-occurring mental health conditions that need addressing in order to lay a solid foundation for sobriety.

Biophoton therapy may also reduce the risk of addiction by restoring natural chemical balance within the body and relieving stress-related issues that often contribute to substance use disorders.

Biophoton therapy is an alternative healing modality that harnesses light’s healing power to treat a range of conditions, such as chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), fibromyalgia and allergic reactions. Cells emit light that can be used to detect diseases as well as promote repair and regeneration processes within our bodies. Biophoton therapy may be useful in diagnosing some diseases while helping heal others – for instance chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), fibromyalgia, or allergic reactions can all benefit from biophoton therapy treatments.

Detoxification can be an intricate topic with differing definitions across healthcare, criminal justice and substance abuse fields, often leading to disagreement over what constitutes detoxification. To assist stakeholders with communication regarding this complex subject matter and prevent unnecessary conflict over its definition and terms of delivery of detoxification services. The TIP offers standards intended to clarify issues regarding patient placement criteria and medically suitable environments in which detoxification services may be offered.