Friday, March 02, 2018

INTRAVENOUS LASER BLOOD IRADIATION: Cold War laser threatens Big Pharma’s profits - - Gmail

Fwd: Cold War laser threatens Big Pharma’s profits - - Gmail: "You see, low-level light from IV lasers increase blood flow. It reduces inflammation. It activates your immune system. It also energizes your mitochondria — the energy plants in your cells — to boost vigor and vitality.

All of that adds up to less pain. It even helps with chronic back pain…
IV lasers increase circulation, boost “feel good” endorphins and increase your pain threshold. They’ve been used to help heal spinal injuries, herniated discs and joint arthritis.
In one case study, a 16-year-old boy with juvenile arthritis had joint swelling, pain and tenderness throughout his body. He had 16 joints with active arthritis and 47 joints with limited range of motion. Doctors put him on NSAIDs, steroids, painkillers and even chemo drugs.
Nothing worked. As a last resort they added IV laser therapy to his treatment. After just three months he was able to stop his steroids. After nine months his markers of inflammation had returned to normal. And he stopped all but one of his drugs.2
IV laser therapy has also been used in cases of chronic pain, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.
My wife Barbara uses IV laser therapy. It’s a quick and painless energy boost.
And studies show that it can triple your general sense of well-being.3 When I tested IV laser therapy on myself I felt great. I was hyper-alert and brimming with energy. I was more focused and clear-headed than I’ve ever felt in my life.
The great thing about IV laser therapy is that it’s as fast and painless as a blood test. Here’s what happens…
A tiny catheter is inserted in your arm at the vein in your elbow. The tip of the catheter has a tiny bulb that emits a special laser beam.
As the blood flows past the laser light it is radiated with a light beam. In about 10 minutes, all the blood in your body circulates past the beam. That’s it!
If you’d like more information on IV laser therapy, just call my clinic staff at 561-784-7852 for details. Or you can visit the website at
Relieve Back Pain Naturally at Home
I also help my patients relieve back pain with effective, fast and safe therapies. Here are three you can use at home…
1. MSM. Methyl Sulfonyl Methane (MSM) sounds like a drug but it’s completely natural. In your body, MSM provides the mineral sulfur. You need sulfur to build skin, hair, cartilage, ligaments and tendons. The sulfur in MSM also helps heal and repair injured, overused or damaged joint tissues. And it relieves joint and muscle pain.
The best food sources of MSM are sulfur-rich vegetables, like onions, garlic, asparagus, cabbage, broccoli and Brussels sprouts. But you probably won't get enough from food. Luckily, you can also take MSM supplements. I recommend 900 mg to 1,000 mg three times a day.
2. Capsaicin. Cayenne peppers contain a compound called capsaicin. It’s what gives peppers their heat. In fact, the hotter the pepper, the more capsaicin it contains.
Capsaicin reduces platelet stickiness. It also cools inflammation and relieves pain. Research shows that it can help control pain from arthritis, psoriasis and diabetic neuropathy.
I like to add cayenne to my food in place of black pepper. You can also get cayenne in supplement form. Try to get a capsule of at least 500 mg, with at least 40,000 heat units, although some may have up to 100,000 heat units. Or look for topical pain creams or patches containing capsaicin.4
3. Bromelain. Pineapple contains an enzyme called bromelain. It’s a natural anti-inflammatory. It gobbles up foreign proteins in your blood that lead to inflammation. Studies show bromelain is as effective as NSAID drugs for reducing osteoarthritis pain.5
To help lessen inflammation, you’ll need to eat about a cup of fresh pineapple every day. Or you can take a supplement. Look for a capsule at or near 2,400 GDU, the highest standardized potency you can get. I recommend 400 mg to 500 mg a day.
To Your Good Health,
Al Sears, MD
Al Sears, MD, CNS
1. Moshkovska T., Mayberry J. “It is time to test low level laser therapy in Great Britain.” Postgrad Med J. 2005 Jul.
2. Chiran DA., Weber M., Ailioaie LM., et al. “Intravenous Laser Blood Irradiation and Tocilizumab in a Patient with Juvenile Arthritis.” Case Rep Med. 2014 Mar 4.
3. Momenzadeh S, Abbasi M, Ebadifar A, Aryani M, Bayrami J, Nematollahi F. “The Intravenous Laser Blood Irradiation in Chronic Pain and Fibromyalgia.” J Lasers Med Sci. 2015. 
4. Todd C. “Meeting the therapeutic challenge of the patient with osteoarthritis.” J Am Pharm Assoc (Wash). 2002 Jan-Feb.You see,
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