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Someone mentioned LED light therapy on another thread. I searched and didn't find anything (probably doing the search incorrectly). What is it, and what is it used for? I know I can't have any direct sunlight because of the doxy, is LED light a substitute for sunlight?
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Not, not for sunlight. The light we used is 880 nm wavelength light placed on acupuncture points to put energy into the mitochondria as mentioned above.

We used it in conjunction with Lyme nosodes so the body would direct this energy to beating the infection. I was heavily infected when I got to Germany as confirmed by the doctor's machine. Three weeks later, I was almost completely clear of Lyme and felt very good. Within another nine months I beat all the coinfections as well.

So, no, it's not the same as sunlight.

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I've been using the SOTA for a couple of years now and like it. I've never herxed on it, but it helps some with joint pain for me.

(Note that this is a totally different machine/light than the bionic machine/laser in the post directly above.)

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The Bionic is not a laser, it's an LED light like the SOTA, just stronger. It only works against the infections when used with nosodes.

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Six,

What specific Babs nosode did you use, and where did you puchase it from. I saw a very long list of Babs nosodes in different doseages and sizes some where on the web.

I would like to try one out with my cold laser treatment.

thanks

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Sorry Six but the bionic is a laser. There are two kinds one is coherent the other is non-coherent. LED are non-coherent and therefor safe. The only motivation for the FDA to certify LED's being safe, is to support their industry backers: from car lights, to future LED light bulbs to remote controls. The last thing the FDA wants to do is aggravate industry.

Coherent lasers can destroy tissue, non-coherent ones can't. Therapeutically there seems to be no difference between the two. Lasik lasers are coherent and do destroy tissue. You have to be certified to use them.

Mitochondria is our metabolism and part of each cell in the body, it appear LED light reinvigorates them. If they are stuck in ADP (ADP is impulse power from star trek) mode the cell stop working normally. it has been shown LEDs will revert the cells to perform at ATP mode (warp drive -- again star trek metaphor). Once strong enough they can then do what cells normally due in the body. If all cells do what is normal, we all feel healthy.

Lyme when it enters our body promotes ADP mode in our cells and prevent them from acting normally.

880nm is an extremely important frequency in the body among others. 880nm is found in the sun, but it is a concentrated in using the bionic. So you are super charging the body with this frequency.

bionic = 84x880nm diodes only
PE1 = (56) 940 nm, (36) 880 nm and (20) 875 nm. 28 red/far red LEDs (visible)

All frequencies above influence mitochondria, the far infrared were studied by Professor Harry Whelan for NASA, and the 940 and 880 were studied by Russian physicists who worked with the creator of the PE1.

There are very important machines created for health like health spa or exercised club oriented machines:

http://www.edskilling.com/photon-genius.html

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quote:
Originally posted by gmb:
Six,

What specific Babs nosode did you use, and where did you puchase it from. I saw a very long list of Babs nosodes in different doseages and sizes some where on the web.

I would like to try one out with my cold laser treatment.

thanks

gmb

I used Deseret Biologicals, but blood worked better for me for babesia.

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quote:
Originally posted by lymie_in_md:
Sorry Six but the bionic is a laser.

No, it is not. Here are the specifications of the Bionic 880 showing it's an LED. http://www.biophoton.de/english.html


Technical data of the equipment
Bionic 880 with cluster sample (applicator)
Frequency, power supply and duration are computer-controlled.
Parameter adjustment with user directions
Control Device:
Dimensions: L 27 cm x W 17 cm x H 8 cm, height with placed radiation head 12,5 cm /
14.17 x 6.73 x 3.35 inches, height with placed radiation head 4.92 inches
Weight: 2.3 kg
Radiation source: 84 (LED) diodes 880 Nm
Wavelength: 880 Nm, pulsed
IMF:
2.471 cyc./sec., 4.942 cyc./sec., 7.833 cyc./sec., 9.844 cyc./sec., 28 cyc./sec., 80 cyc./sec.
Power density:
approx. 3.000 mW on the surface of the treated fabric and/or. approx. 150 mW/cm2


By definition, a laser is coherent light - http://spaceplace.nasa.gov/laser/ - whereas the Bionic is not coherent light.

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