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The Science Behind Visum Light
Photobiomodulation Therapy (PBMT) has been scientifically studied with over 5600 (as on August 2021) published papers proving a remarkable degree of therapeutic relief for people and animals suffering from a wide range of conditions.
Photobiomodulation has been shown to increase circulation, lower pain and stimulate cellular repair. This covers most common aliments and conditions we and our animals encounter.
From ultraviolet light to near-infrared (NIR) light, a great deal of ongoing research is being conducted to understand the full extent of PBMT’s treatment applications and the natural healing characteristics of each color.
The red light is the most popular color and has been proven to be a drug-free, safe, natural and non-invasive way to promote healing and control pain.
The green light helps bring about balance and grounding. It’s good for anxiety and restlessness as it brings harmony to both the mind and body. Much is being learned about green light and we believe that “Green is the new Red”.
Blue light is anti-fungal and anti-bacterial and also aids in the reduction of inflammation, making it a highly effective treatment for those suffering from an acute injury. We like to call it “Ice in a Light”.
NIR is not visible to the naked eye and allows for the deepest penetration. It reduces sensitivity of neural pathways and causes the body to release endorphins to provide a nontoxic, natural form of pain relief.
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