Intravenous laser blood irradiation was accomplished in the former Soviet Union. Laser light was brought directly into the blood flow through a one-way-catheter. Consequently, in-vitro-tests verified that biological soft laser irradiation of white blood cells caused various positive effects, in particular expression of immunoglobulins, interferons and interleukins.

Furthermore, after the introduction of this new therapeutic method various clinical studies were published, showing additional effects on various metabolic pathways. These research articles gleaned that nearly all treated patients described general stabilization, increased energy and positive effects on chronic liver diseases, Diabetes mellitus, metabolism disorders and other various diseases.

Low-level-laser-therapy (“LLLT” – also called soft laser or photobiomodulation) is a non-invasive respectively minimal-invasive method of treatment in which the body is exposed to laser light of low intensity (up to 500mW). The therapy stimulates and regenerates cells and tissues and accelerates healing processes. Unlike surgical lasers, LLLT is non-destructive, painless and works on bio-stimulation. In many cases, it enhances a patient’s health and overall well-being, thus, treating the root causes of diseases instead of only the symptoms.

The benefits of Intravenous Low-level-laser-therapy include:

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Intravenous Blood Laser Irradiation

  • Boosting cellular energy by increase of ATP synthesis
  • Growth factor response within cells and tissue
  • Strengthening of immune system response via increasing levels of lymphocyte activity and activation of macrophages
  • Improvement of microcirculation and reduction of blood viscosity
  • Improved cell proliferation; change in cell membrane permeability to calcium uptake
  • Positive effects on heart and metabolism
  • Improvement of function, behavior and cell elasticity of red blood cells
  • Improved Oxygen Delivery
  • Activation of reparative and stabilizing pathways
  • Release of Nitric oxide (NO) and activation of telomerase
  • Decrease in blood pressure
  • Reduction of inflammation
  • Pathogen deactivation (effective against bacteria and viruses)
  • Detoxifying effects
  • Positive influence on the general mood (anti-depressive effects)
  • Improvement of Serotonin and Vitamin-D production
  • Pain relief as a result of increased endorphin and serotonin release + suppression of nociceptive action
  • Positive effects on the hormonal system
  • Activation of stem cells


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