What is biophoton therapy?
The science of biophoton therapy, which has been around for about 100 years, uses light to improve the body’s health. Modern forms of phototherapy, such as low-level laser therapy, which is used to reduce wrinkles and treat other more serious skin conditions, have been well researched scientifically.
But this idea is not new. As long as 2,000 years ago, there was a center in ancient Greece where the effects of different colored light on the body were studied. Even the ancient Egyptians, who promoted health by concentrating sunlight on certain areas of the body through colored glass, understood this concept.
How the biophoton therapy patches work
Every body emits heat in the form of infrared light. The patches are designed to “capture” this infrared light when they are placed on the body so that they reflect light at certain wavelengths. Through this process, certain points on the skin are stimulated, indicating to the body to produce health benefits that are unique to each patch.
This technology relieves pain, increases stamina and fat burning, reduces cravings and stimulates detoxification processes. The patches can be used for many ailments, from A for ADHD to Z for toothache.
What distinguishes the photon patch from external chemical exposure?
Each patch has been exclusively designed to reflect specific wavelengths of light that stimulate specific meridian points on the skin. As a result, each patch offers unique health benefits (e.g. pain relief, increased energy, etc.). The patches do not transfer any medication or chemicals onto or into your body.