How Light Beam Generator Therapy Works

The Light Beam Generator uses extremely low current cold gas light photons to transfer energy frequency patterns to the area of the cell helping to provide an environment which can assist the cell in correcting its out-of-balance electromagnetic charge.

This application can result in the cell balancing its field charge and disassociating itself from the binding agent responsible for the collection of the water and pooling of the protein within the affected area.

In the Lymph System, protein interactions (i.e. bonding) are primarily electrical and the beneficial photon field produced by the LBG provides the cell the opportunity to separate from its cluster, allowing the therapist to work on tissue that is more pliable.

Because the tissue is in a state of free flow, this is the ideal condition to effectively treat swollen tissue in the body.

With the application of minimal massage drainage techniques, rapid movement of waste material within the cell occurs and the delivery of waste material to the organs and nodes responsible for body waste removal and disposal is greatly enhanced.

What is photon effect on tissue?

The use of the LBG in lymphatic therapies is based on the thesis that protein interactions are primly electrical.

As chains of amino acids organize, the identity of the protein molecule is determined by protein folding. The bonding mechanism that determines this structure or folding is purely electrical, based on the attracting of opposing polarities.

Protein structure in living, healthy tissue is always in a state of alignment. This is most evident in the connective tissue that holds the body together where the alignment of collagen tissues is stable. However, these protein structures break down as cells die or are damaged. These waste proteins are then removed by the lymph system. When these proteins are not fully removed by the lymph system, pathologies occur in the body.

These nonfunctional proteins have the same electrical properties of attraction, but as they organize, their structures are random. This is called a fibrotic condition of the interstitium (the area between the living cells in connective tissue). The instability of the nonfunctional proteins causes them to attract water and to hold it by electrical bonding. This is called edema.

The LBG assists the body in the separation of these randomly bonded proteins by presenting a flood of photons compatible with the random protein structures, assisting in the release of the water they were holding. Healthy tissue protein structures do not attract water and are not attracted to use the photon energy presented by the LBG.

What are treatment indications (Tissue Detoxification) for LBG?

  • Acne (on beginning, a slight worsening may occur)
  • Tissue congestion from injuries
  • Chronic injuries
  • Eczema
  • Burns
  • Enhancement of general resistance
  • Scars
  • Old and new keloids
  • Cellulite
  • Swollen, heavy, and fatigued legs
  • Mastodynia (breast tension in women after ovulation)
  • Prostate enlargement
  • Pre-surgical preparations
  • Post-surgical treatments
  • Headaches
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Lupus
  • ANY chronic condition
  • New and old injuries
  • Pain

What are other causes of lymph obstruction?

In case of surgery or an accident, increased amounts of proteins, enzymes, hormones, etc. come into the affected area to prevent infection and to help the healing process.

As cells are damaged and die, congestion within that tissue develops. Less oxygen and nutrients can move toward the cells, therefore pain increases, and there is decreased cell function in the area. The nonfunctional, trapped plasma proteins have an electrical charge and attract water. A condition called tissue fibrosis occurs which creates more blockage, increases swelling and pain, and decreases cell function, so that eventually death occurs.

In case of surgery and accidents, lymph vessels may be damaged or lymph nodes may be missing. New pathways then need to be established to prevent chronic problems.

Why is tissue detoxification critical to cell health?

According to Dr. Reckeweg, MD, considered the “Father of Homotoxicology”, his “key” observations were:

  • inflammation (swelling) has a critical role in illness.
  • Inflammation helps liquefy toxins in connective tissue.
  • Inflammation helps eliminate toxins from the body.
  • Disease can occur whenever the body is unable to eliminate fluid.
  • Diseases are the result of the struggle with toxins.
  • As long as the body eliminates toxins, the body maintains health, even if health is at an extreme “illness” level.
  • When the body cannot eliminate fluid, cells become stressed.

Why is use of LBG an essential ingredient to the practice?

A healthy cell is in a state of “fluid” homeostasis. Fluid homeostatis means that the venal, arterial, and lymphatic systems are maintaining their respective (i.e., resorption, filtration, and lymph-obligatory load) functions. Fluid stasis means that these systems are not able to process the extra interstitial fluid, and “cell death” can results within 24 hours where all fluid processing ceases.

Successful patient therapy must include consideration for fluid homeostasis. Therapy for tissue decongestion directly benefits reestablishment of this state.

The LBG provides noninvasive, low level coherent photon output, producing a safe and effective method for efficient and timely reestablishment of fluid homeostasis, resulting in removal of toxic material by way of the lymph system. The LBG, when combined with allopathic and/or alternative health therapies, provides the practitioner with a valuable tool which assists ongoing therapies in restoring proper functioning of body and immune system defense processes.