The Lazarus™ technology involves the generation of light by suitable light sources, such as light emitting diodes (LEDs) and Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), in the visible and infrared ranges to provide various benefits for a user‘s body. The photons produced are absorbed by the body through the skin in the hands and feet. Connective tissues in the body conduct the photons to deeper tissues and organs. By taking advantage of optical properties of biological tissues, suitable wavelengths of light can be delivered to, absorbed by and used by the body to activate metabolic functions.
The Lazarus™ technology systemically delivers Photonic Light Technology to the human body through a computer controlled delivery system of several wavelengths of artificial light that are frequency specific which, in turn, exert a measurable biological effect.
Global Photon’s Proprietary Approach
Our technology is based on the well-established science of Phototherapy, with years of research in energy medicine, cellular research, molecular and quantum biology. Global Photon’s proprietary delivery systems result in a faster and more effective way to stimulate the entire body’s regeneration mechanism in a painless and non-invasive manner.
The benefits of Phototherapy have been documented for over one hundred years. In fact, Phototherapy has been used extensively in Europe for over thirty years and has been the subject of over 2,500 scientific papers published worldwide. There are no reported side effects to the therapy, which is painless, non-toxic and complements many traditional therapies.
Global Photon’s proprietary approach comprises such phototherapy innovations as:
Science Behind Photonic Light Technology
In the science of molecular biology and medicine, light is an exceedingly powerful tool and is only in the beginning stages of exploration. There are many opportunities to actually help people using Photonic Light Technology. These new optical technologies have recently become highly effective, practical and much more affordable.
Photonic Light (photons) are like a portal of communication between molecules. Certain wave lengths of light can have powerful effects on human biochemistry. They can affect mood, create Vitamin D, kill bacteria and parasites and more importantly, increase blood flow to areas of the body with poor circulation, allowing for very positive biological affects.
Phototherapy is the application of light from an artificial light source to stimulate or promote one or more therapeutic effects in the body of a human being or other animal. Photons from the light source are absorbed by the body through the skin, through the eyes and through acupuncture points. Light absorbed through one or more acupuncture points is believed to be transported especially efficiently along channels, referred to as biologically closed electrical paths or “meridians”, in the body, through a process similar to internal reflection of light in an optical fiber, whose refractive index is greater than the refractive index of the surrounding body material through which such a channel passes. These channels are believed to be connective tissue protein fibers having specialized optical properties, including refractive indices that are greater than the refractive indices of surrounding tissues, organs and other body material.
Only light in certain wavelength ranges will be transported efficiently through these channels. Absorption of light transported in one or more of these channels has the potential to increase cell metabolism from a depressed state to a normal level. Light in the 600-800 nm wavelength range appears to be transported with little absorption or scattering within these channels.
Phototherapy activates cell membranes within the body by increasing a membrane’s natural electrical charge, sometimes referred to as “membrane capacitance.” A body’s natural electromagnetic field (“biofield”) aids in organizing molecular structures in repair, regeneration and reproduction of cells and cell components and serves as a signal communication system in regulation of metabolic processes. The biofield may also serve as a power grid to provide electrical and/or chemical energy to drive and control biochemical and biophysical enzyme reactions that are part of a metabolic process. One such process is: (1) receipt and conversion of light in a channel; (2) activation of cell enzymes; and (3) enhanced production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) from the activated enzymes, as the primary energy source for a body.
Technology Requirements For Phototherapy To Be Effective
Effective treatment of the body using phototherapy, requires a choice of several important parameters, including wavelength range, relative distribution of the wavelengths within the range (spectrum), time interval for continuous exposure, time interval between two continuous exposures, time rate of energy delivered, accumulated energy density for exposures, body component(s) treated and many others.
What is needed is a method and corresponding system that provides appropriate illumination for a body component and appropriate choice of the relevant parameters and that distinguishes between treatments for different medical purposes. Preferably, the method and system should provide for, and distinguish between, initial treatments and maintenance treatments for a given medical condition and should cover a large number of, if not all of, conditions that are believed to be treatable using illumination.
How The Lazarus™ Medical Device Meets These Requirements
Lazarus™ meets the requirements described above, using an application of light energy in selected wavelength ranges to selected body components using a controlled sequence of exposures. Any two consecutive time intervals of continuous light treatment, are spaced apart by a “dark field” time interval whose length is at least equal to a threshold value, in order to re-establish a randomization of electron transport and distribution resulting from application of photons during a continuous exposure interval. This light energy is delivered to one or more selected body components and at selected points on the body, using an enhanced focusing system that increases the efficiency of delivery of the light energy.
One researcher, Tiina Karu, PhD has determined that light absorption by cellular structures enhances a number of cell-related activities: cell replication, cell metabolism, protein synthesis, ATP production, mitochondria replication, phagocytosis, and photodissociation of oxygenated hemoglobin (The Science of Low-Power Laser Therapy, Gordon and Breach, 1998, “Photobiology of Low Power Laser Effects”, Health Physics, vol. 56, May 1989). Karu has also found that absorption of light affects tissue-related activities, including: capillary formation, parasympathetic nervous system stimulation, increased endorphin release, increased production and release of adrenal steroids, reduction in pain and in inflammation, reduction of tissue edema, immune system stimulation, enhanced fibroblastic production and collagen synthesis, and accelerated healing of wounds.