October 2020 Newsletter

The Promise of Cold Lasers & C19

A friend recently sent me a research article that talks about how cold lasers may help with C19.

She’d been having symptoms. And she wanted to know what she could do to help herself and her loved ones.

Even though she owns a cold laser, she hadn’t grasped the breadth of what it can do in a viral attack like the one the world is experiencing now.

So I’ll translate the essential takeaways.

The original core research I usually reference was published in 2010 by the National Institutes of Health.

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It shows Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) like that of the cold lasers decreases pain and inflammation, increases the speed of neurological and connective tissue healing.

The new research also adds the relationship between LLLT and what is generally called photo-biomodulation — a huge word that basically means it optimizes and regulates (or calms down) the functioning of whatever system it’s pointed toward.

So if tissue is too inflamed like it is during the cytokine-storm effect in the lungs of C19 patients, it has a down-regulating effect on that tissue, bringing it back into balance.

The positive biological modulation effect of LLLT devices like the cold laser is to help the human system operate optimally.

In our daily lives cold lasers increase our energy. And they balance and strengthen our immune systems.

Yet in times of acute illness, these lasers go to work enhancing our immune systems even more while also preventing them from overreacting.

This is called the immunomodulatory or anti-inflammatory effects.

I can personally attest to their effectiveness because of an auto-immune condition I’ve long managed with the help of a cold laser.

Twenty years ago it was debilitating and exhausting. Today it’s only minimally problematic.

We need to use every tool available to create a robust, resilient immune system that can better combat whatever pathogens come its way.

For all of you cold-laser owners, it’s time to take them off the shelf and use them every day!

And if you’d like to find out how to get your own virus-fighting cold laser?
Click here for details.

Warmly,

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