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How Does Light Heal Our Bodies?

The power of light therapy, or phototherapy, improves the way our cells heal, grow, and reproduce. 

We are urgently elevating the fact that light is necessary for human health, like water.

How Light Increases Energy

Light is a Health Requirement 

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From ancient Rome to Nobel Prizes, NASA to lasers, Light Therapy has a colorful history.

And it is just getting started.

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The Ancients

Gods, Light, and Solariums

Throughout human history, the consistent connections of ‘light’ and ‘healing’ can't be ignored.

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Ancient Chinese medicine emphasizes the importance of light in health, and how this invisible flow of energy powers our body.
The Egyptian goddess of healing, Sekhmet, is the daughter of the Sun God, Ra.
The Greek & Roman God of Healing, Apollo, is more famously the God of Light.
The son of Apollo, Asclepius, is the greek god of treatment. In fact, even today, the ‘Rod of Asclepius’ is a universally recognized symbol of medicine.
These connections did not just exist in mythology and literature, they were born of the observable ability of light to heal bodies. If you were to visit a Roman hospital 2000 years ago you’d be met with an intriguing sight:

Huge panels of red glass, filtering sunlight, streaming into hospitals and healing patients suffering from ‘diseases of withering’. The ancients called these specialized rooms Solariums.

Today we recognize Solariums as civilization’s first implementation of Photomedicine.





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Niels Ryberg Finsen

The Father of Phototherapy

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In the last decades, LED technology has progressed so rapidly that phototherapy is now accessible to individuals, not just hospitals.

Just like the exponential growth of computer processing power, LEDs become ~200x better every decade (see Haitz Law). A device that would cost $20,000 in 2000, would cost just $100 for the same overall performance just 10 years later. This incredible advancement in light efficiency has sent shockwaves across the world.

We have seen light therapy become commonplace in hospitals and medical practitioners' offices all across the world. Beginning in 2010, red light devices, infrared saunas, and laser pain relief have become key parts of the modern doctor's toolbox.

Yet, even with the overwhelming positive effects of light therapy, its practice has been relegated primarily to medical professionals. and expensive individual treatments.





In 1896, Niels Finsen cured Smallpox with Red Light Therapy. Smallpox. A highly-contagious-viral-respiratory-disease with no cure, according to the World Health Organization.

NASA & Phototherapy

A New Frontier of Medicine

NASA accidentally rediscovers phototherapy while exploring plant growth in deep space.

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In the last decades, LED technology has progressed so rapidly that phototherapy is now accessible to individuals, not just hospitals.

Just like the exponential growth of computer processing power, LEDs become ~200x better every decade (see Haitz Law). A device that would cost $20,000 in 2000, would cost just $100 for the same overall performance just 10 years later. This incredible advancement in light efficiency has sent shockwaves across the world.

We have seen light therapy become commonplace in hospitals and medical practitioners' offices all across the world. Beginning in 2010, red light devices, infrared saunas, and laser pain relief have become key parts of the modern doctor's toolbox.

Yet, even with the overwhelming positive effects of light therapy, its practice has been relegated primarily to medical professionals. and expensive individual treatments.





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Phototherapy with LEDs

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LED Breakthroughs make Phototherapy Scalable

The last decade has marked a fundamental shift in light therapy accessibility.

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In the last decades, LED technology has progressed so rapidly that phototherapy is now accessible to individuals, not just hospitals.

Just like the exponential growth of computer processing power, LEDs become ~200x better every decade (see Haitz Law). A device that would cost $20,000 in 2000, would cost just $100 for the same overall performance just 10 years later. This incredible advancement in light efficiency has sent shockwaves across the world.

We have seen light therapy become commonplace in hospitals and medical practitioners' offices all across the world. Beginning in 2010, red light devices, infrared saunas, and laser pain relief have become key parts of the modern doctor's toolbox.

Yet, even with the overwhelming positive effects of light therapy, its practice has been relegated primarily to medical professionals. and expensive individual treatments.





Smart Phototherapy

Automated light therapy software and hardware

Today, in 2021, we are living in the most exciting period of the Photomedical Revolution.

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In the last decades, LED technology has progressed so rapidly that phototherapy is now accessible to individuals, not just hospitals.

Just like the exponential growth of computer processing power, LEDs become ~200x better every decade (see Haitz Law). A device that would cost $20,000 in 2000, would cost just $100 for the same overall performance just 10 years later. This incredible advancement in light efficiency has sent shockwaves across the world.

We have seen light therapy become commonplace in hospitals and medical practitioners' offices all across the world. Beginning in 2010, red light devices, infrared saunas, and laser pain relief have become key parts of the modern doctor's toolbox.

Yet, even with the overwhelming positive effects of light therapy, its practice has been relegated primarily to medical professionals. and expensive individual treatments.





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