• Tobias Beharrell

Cold Laser Therapy (Contact LLLT)

Updated: Mar 7, 2019

Cold laser, also called Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), uses safe non-thermal light photons to accelerate the body's natural healing processes. This light energy can penetrate right through all the layers of our skin with ease. It's especially useful for pain, joint and neurological problems, wounds and burns, dental issues, lymph node swelling, tinnitus, and bone/tissue regeneration, plus many more applications.

While researching cancer cells in 1974, Prof. Fritz-Albert Popp made the astounding discovery that all cells store photons of light, particularly around DNA. He showed that cancer and other diseased cells have a significantly different level of photon emission to normal cells, and theorized that this stored internal light may be a major part of how cells communicate with each other in the body to maintain overall health. Subsequent Russian DNA research validated his findings. The therapeutic uses of cold laser are backed by many medical studies.

Let’s take a look at the before and after shots after 45 minutes with cold laser therapy for blood cells.


Cells Before Cold Laser Therapy

Cells After Cold Laser Therapy

Many studies show that Cold Laser therapy has a very significant effect on cleaning our blood and reducing blood fat. The photos above are the before and after pictures of blood cells using a Blood Cleanser Protocol using Tobias's Cold Laser unit. Cold laser therapy is a contact method (cannot be done remotely) normally applied for 30 minutes, but longer times are fine. The Cold Laser Wrist treatment is designed to be worn around the wrist, where it can easily treat the entire blood supply, the carpal tunnel, and the meridian complex, but it can also be used on other areas.

The Cold Laser Twin is used for pinpoint application to any area of the body, and can be used in the mouth, or inserted into ear canals and nostrils.

Ask Tobias about LLLT (Cold Laser Therapy) for more information on what he offers.

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