It’s been well-established that the liver and gallbladder can be involved with a wide variety of ailments and conditions, from autoimmunity, chronic disease and chronic fatigue to weight gain, digestive issues, joint and muscle pain, and even mental disorders like depression.
And rightly so — these two organs are vital for a great number of important functions, and their close relationship to other organs and systems in your body creates an intricate web of interconnectivity. When one or more organs or systems is compromised, it can lead to a cascading effect, bringing about multiple issues that can then compromise your entire body.
One exciting treatment for all these concerns and more has surfaced in recent years, thanks in large part to advances in LED light technology and a great deal of medical research. That treatment is known and photobiomodulation, or PBM. More commonly referred to as LED light therapy, it uses light of various colors to heal a tremendous assortment of issues.
The best part? Light therapy is noninvasive, drug-free and pain-free, with virtually no side effects reported. Combine that with the fact that it’s far more cost-effective in the long-term versus expensive medications and procedures, and it’s clear to see that light therapy has a very bright future in the field of medicine.
The Visum Light Approach to Your Health
The patent-pending Visum Light’s approach to light therapy is based on pioneers like Roland T. Hunt and his 1971 book, “Seven Keys to Color Healing.” Offering intriguing insights into the world of color healing, Hunt’s work explores applications from the biomedical to the psychological and metaphysical.
Four established light colors (red, near-infrared, blue, and green) make up the vast majority of light therapy’s research thus far. In addition to having all of these lights in one convenient device, the Visum Light takes things even further by providing Polychromatic Light — the use of more than one light therapy color simultaneously.
Referred to as “additive colors,” your body receives the benefits of not just each individual color, but also the new color created when the two base colors are combined. Just like the color wheel we all learned in school, red and blue light make magenta light, red and green light make yellow, and blue and green light make cyan (also known as turquoise). When red, blue, and green light are combined, we receive white light. What’s more, any of these combinations can include near-infrared (NIR) light for deeper penetration beneath the skin and additional healing benefits. Pretty cool, right?
And here’s where the Visum Light gets really interesting. As you can see on our Colors page, a great deal of scientific evidence has been established regarding red, near-infrared, blue and green light. But the other colors — magenta, yellow, turquoise, and white — have yet to be more fully researched. What has been discovered so far is incredibly promising, and we can’t wait to see what new findings are uncovered. While other light devices are rendered obsolete as new research is established, the Visum Light’s polychromatic capability allows it to adapt to the future — making it the only handheld light device medical practitioners and home users will ever need.
The Visum Light & the Liver/Gallbladder
Circling back to the interconnectivity of the body and the liver/gallbladder’s vital role in a great many systems and functions, it has been found that they can affect everything from the digestive system and gut microbiome to the thyroid, autoimmunity and more.
Fascinatingly, research has uncovered light therapy’s ability to promote the health of the vagus nerve, the lymphatic system and the gut microbiome. The vagus nerve plays a large role in digestive function, the lymphatic system is vital in immune system defense, and continuing research is unveiling that the gut microbiome affects the health of nearly everything in our bodies.
Combine this evidence with Hunt’s arguments for yellow light’s (red + green) ability to stimulate and balance various organs — including easing the digestive tract, activating liver enzymes, stimulating the thymus gland’s immune-boosting function and more — and light therapy becomes not just an effective treatment option for liver/gallbladder issues, but one with fascinating potential in these areas in the years to come.
Rest assured that we at Visum Light are keeping an excited eye on the latest research, so be sure to sign up for our newsletter for the latest findings, special offers and more.
In the meantime, you can try the patent-pending Visum Light risk-free with our 45-day No-Worries Guarantee, allowing you to experience the amazing benefits of light therapy for yourself.
Interested in learning more about light therapy? Look no further than this comprehensive database compiled by Vladimir Heiskanen of Helsinki, Finland.