Why Haven’t I Heard of Biophoton Light Therapy Before?

Although new to the United States, Biophoton Light Therapy has been used around the world for the past 30 years.  It has a success rate of more than 8O% and has greatly benefitted people of all ages. 

What Are Biophotons?

Every living cell emits light in the form of biophotons.  This is a function of being alive.  Each cell emits more than 100,000 biophotons (or light impulses) per second and is steered by electromagnetic signals.  Every (bio) chemical reaction is preceded by an electromagnetic frequency.  This means that without such a frequency, chemical reactions cannot occur.  Every bacterium, virus, organ, heavy metals, etc have it’s own frequency that can be neutralized, thus restoring the healthy steering signals that govern the biochemical process.

How Does Biophoton Light Therapy Work?

  Biophoton Light Therapy is aimed at tracking down and balancing disturbances in the body, thus enabling the body to carry out the healing process itself.  The objective is to address the causes of a disorder rather than the symptoms.

How Does Biophoton Light Therapy Uncover Potential Disturbances?

Scientists have proven that every cell in our body has its own light emission and frequency.  An advanced biofeedback instrument called the Chiren, is used for measurement and assessment.  The Chiren is used to determine whether the measured frequency is coherent/healthy, or incoherent/disturbed. 

How Long Will It Take for the Biophoton Light Therapy to be Completed?

At a minimum, you should expect to attend between 6 and 8 sessions.  For children or very minor disturbances in adults, fewer sessions may be required.  Each session may last from 60 to 90 minutes, depending on your individual needs.

Each person is different and most disturbances are hidden in layers; as one layer is cleared the next will present itself.  Someone with more significant medical issues will require more sessions.

Is the Therapy Invasive or Painful?

No!  This unique non-invasive therapy has two parts during each appointment. The assessment involves a gentle prodding with an instrument smaller than a pencil eraser.  The therapy itself utilizes small, hand-held rods and/or footplates to administer the session with no pain whatsoever.

What Purpose Do Biophotons Serve in the Cells?

Biophotons appear to control all biochemical functions, also known as the “steering system” which governs the life of each cell.   When the biophoton light is coherent, or harmonious, it reflects health in the organism.  When the light is chaotic, or disturbed, it reflects disease in the organism. 

What Kinds of Things Can Cause Disturbances in Biophotons?

Environmental toxins, electromagnetic frequencies, physical and emotional stress, traumas, food poisonings, heavy metals and many other factors can create these disturbances.

Which Conditions Have Proven to Significantly Benefit From Biophoton Light Therapy?

Dyslexia, migraines, allergies, asthma, arthiritis, ADD/ADHD, digestive issues, Lyme disease, hormal imbalances, MS, blood pressure, cardiovascular issues, Crohn’s Disease, herpes, anxiety, depression, prostate issues, and many more.

How Should I Care for Myself After Biophoton Light Therapy Treatment?

Drink plenty of water and rest.  Do not do any intensive physical labor or exercises.  Your body needs time to process the information it was given.

What If I Feel Much Better Quickly? Do I Have to Come Back?

It’s crucial for your long-term healing to keep coming back until your practitioner determines that all cells are emitting coherent light and all initial client complaints are resolved- even if you experience a signficant improvement in your symptoms; understand that you’re pulling layers of toxicities back to get to the root cause.

However, the goal is to balance you, so you can heal yourself and live a healthy life.


This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  Biophoton Light Therapy is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.  These sessions should not be used as a substitute for advice from your physician.