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The Laser: The Gem Galaxy is a low level ruby laser and multi-LED (light emitting diodes) frequency harmonics device. This laser incorporates the wavelength and frequency for ATP* induction (stimulating cellular energy); decongestion/detoxification with a ruby-modulated low level laser; multiple LED emitters including wavelengths of blue, white, red and near infrared with proprietary frequencies; a unique patented laser lens that emits all the light sources in a series of geometric patterns; and, a multiple frequency control system.
When the transmission head(s), are placed on or just above the skin they create an energy field which dissolves blockages allowing the lymph to flow. Treatments with the Lymph Star Pro and Gem Galaxy Laser are ten (10) times more effective than other Lymphatic Therapies.
Arcturus Star Equipment - Manufacturer for Lymph Star Pro & Gem Galaxy.
The Gem Galaxy both an active and a passive (photo-harmonic) head, both use multiple colored LEDs, and proprietary RF frequencies. The laser lens includes a low level laser emitted through a spherical, synthetic ruby for diffusion of coherent light; infra-red and three other wavelengths of light, harmonic RF frequencies and interference patterns mingling all the light emissions for additional energetic effects. The photo-harmonic head with multiple LED emitters including wavelengths of blue, white red, and near infrared. It provides additional decongestion and detoxification with the ruby modulated low level laser and which assists with its pain mitigation capabilities.
The wavelength and frequency for ATP induction (stimulating cellular energy by activation of cytochrome oxidase enzymes) for accelerated tissue healing. Proprietary frequencies with high harmonic content and interferences (zero-point energetics) for maximum cellular communication. Four frequency controls allow for excellent variability to tune the therapy. Treatment protocols reflect energy techniques developed by Thomas Croley, Ph.D., research scientist and clinician at the Gutenlase Energy Center in Denton, Texas.
The emerging field of photobiology is one filled with excitement and challenge: the excitement of new discoveries, uses, and devices; and the challenge of consolidating scientific and clinical research from around the world. In addition, alternative health practitioners have enthusiastically embraced the use of light technologies – LEDs and lasers for healing.
With the invention of the measurement device called the electro-spectrometer, the enzyme functions of cells were explored. With the discovery of a “peak spectral absorption wavelength” for these enzymes it was understood that each had its own wavelength or nanometer measurement of light. All living systems are now known to have a photobiological properties – they emit and receive light as an energy field. Within the context of cellular communication the use of specific wavelengths of light is significant. The use of coherent light, or a laser beam, has been shown to be effective for certain applications. However, even non-coherent light has been used to treat pain. For pain relief the LED therapy can be very effective using either multiple LEDs or LEDs with specific RF frequencies modulating them.
Low level laser therapy (LLLT) is a phototherapeutic method, used within the last two decades, as an effective tool for the treatment of soft tissue injuries, pain, arthritis, carpal tunnel, acne and many other conditions. This technique is gaining widespread international acceptance among clinical professionals. It involves radiating tissue with laser energy at a very low power at the point of aperture and the point of stimulation. This type of laser is also called a cold laser and does not heat the tissue. The “power” in the low level laser comes from the receptivity of cells to communication via particular wavelengths of light, not the strength of the energy. The Gem Galaxy is much more than a cold laser however.
There have been numerous scientific studies and research articles that discuss different aspects of LLLT, each with their own unique perspective, however the simple answer is through photonic absorption, laser light energy converts into chemical energy which initiates a cascade of events at a cellular level:
Coherent energy is important when treating the body. The book Energy Medicine, The Scientific Basis by James Oschman gives several examples as to the importance of coherence. James Oschman
The following are excerpts from his book (available on-line): “In the late 1960’s, Herbert Froehlich, a Doctor of Physics, specializing in Biological Coherence, predicted, on the basis of quantum physics, that the living matrix must produce coherent or laser-like oscillations. Dr. Froehlich. Dr. Froehlich’s prediction was confirmed in a number of laboratories. Of course, energy therapists of many schools of thought have always recognized the importance of vibratory phenomena (including light) in healing, but academic molecular science was focused on other matters.” Also of interest: Click Here To View (International Institute of Biophysics).
Dr. Froehlich’s research goes on to report that coherent vibrations recognize no boundaries, at the surface of a molecule, cell, or organism they are collectively or cooperative properties of the entire being. As such, they are likely to serve as signals that integrate processes such as growth, injury repair, defense and the functioning of the organism as a whole. Each molecule, cell, tissue and organ has an ideal resonant frequency that coordinates it’s activities. By manipulating and balancing the vibratory circuits with biologically compatible wavelengths of light we are able to directly influence the body’s systemic defense and repair mechanisms. Subsequent independent validation of Froehlich’s work supports his prediction that the crystalline molecular arrays should vibrate strongly and coherently.
Research on electrically polarized molecule arrays reveals that interactions repeated by the millions of molecules within a cell membrane, tendon, muscle, bone, nerve cell or other structure give rise to huge coherent or laser-like vibrations. James Oschman, author of Energy Medicine states “Crystalline components of the living matrix act as coherent molecular antennas, radiating and receiving signals”.
Research on coherence in biological systems is attracting attention around the world. One important conclusion is that the water in the spaces between parts of the highly ordered systems is also highly organized. Vibrations of the water molecules can couple too the coherent energy patterns within the protein array. The resulting coherent water system has laser-like properties, and is likely to retain and release electromagnetic information, i.e., have a form of memory (Del Guide et. al. 1988, Preparata 1995).
An assembly of cells, as in a tissue or organ, will have certain collective frequencies that regulate important processes, such as cell division. Normally these control frequencies will be very stable. If, for some reason, a cell shifts its frequency, entraining signals from neighboring cells will tend to install the correct frequency (sympathetic resonance). However, if a sufficient number of cells get out of step, the strength of the system’s collective vibrations can decrease to the point where stability is lost. Loss of coherence can lead to disease or disorder. (Froehlich 1978).
While pathology may manifest as chemical imbalances, the underlying problem is electromagnetic. Hence providing the correct or healthy frequency, and entraining the oscillations back to coherence can often restore balance. These are profoundly significant concepts for all therapeutic approaches to the body. The whole field of chemical analysis by spectroscopy shows that there is a fundamental duality between chemical structure and coherent oscillations. Coherent vibrations in living systems are as fundamental as chemical bonds (Smith 1994).
The hypothesis of Dr. Tiina I. Karu of Troitsk, Russia is that visible light enhances cell proliferation through photochemical changes in the mitochondria, which then set in motion a chain of biochemical events that ultimately affects cellular membranes. Dr. Karu This in turn has an effect on messenger RNA synthesis, which ultimately leads to the observed enhancement of cell proliferation. Pores in membranes open and close to let ions, (such as calcium) in and out of cells as a consequence of physical changes in the membrane pore molecules. Calcium ions act as intracellular messengers in many signal-transducing pathways. The cellular calcium ion concentration can be abruptly raised for signaling purposes by transiently opening calcium channels in the plasma membrane or in an intercellular membrane. The catalytic activities of many enzymes are regulated by the calcium concentration.
The point here is that specific wavelengths of light (both visible and infrared) are absorbed by specific types of molecules in tissues (i.e., each type of biological molecule has its own characteristic absorption spectrum), and absorbed radiation can produce specific biological effects in tissues, depending upon which types of molecules absorb the light.
“The activation of an enzyme, or the induction of the synthesis of an enzyme are excellent candidates for the photobiological basis of LLLT, because only a few photos are needed for these processes, and once an enzyme is activated it can catalyze thousands of chemical reactions. In other words, there is a large amplification factor involved; a few photons produce a huge biological effect. There is extensive literature on the light activation of enzymes.”
* ATP (Adenosine Tri-Phosphate) serves as a source of energy for many metabolic processes and physiological reactions, especially muscle contraction, enzymatic metabolism, energy for cellular reactions, sugar metabolism and protein synthesis. (Source: Compiled from Dictionary.com) ATP stores energy. Living things store energy mainly in the form of chemical bonds. Within your cells, energy is constantly moved around from one large molecule to another. How does the energy get converted from, say, a food molecule to a muscle molecule? The answer is adenosine tri-phosphate, or ATP. ATP works like a rechargeable battery. Energy can be released by converting ATP to ADP, which is the 'uncharged' form. Likewise, by binding to a third phosphate group, ADP can be converted back to ATP, the 'charged' form. When you eat lunch, many complex chemical reactions occur. But in essence all you are doing is 'recharging' your ATP, because in order to do anything - flexing muscles, thinking or whatever - your immediate source of energy is ATP.
Source: Compiled from Arcturus Star (except as noted, by permission). Much of which was excerpted from the book The Science of Low-Power Laser Therapy, Tiina Karu, Forward by Kendric C. Smith, 1988 OPA (Overseas Publishers Association) Amsterdam B.V. Published under license under the Gordon and Breach Publishers imprint.
"Therapeutic Light" by Chukuka S. Enwemeka, PT, PhD, FACSM (Professor and Dean, School of Health Professions, Behavioral and Life Sciences, a the New York Institute of Technology, Old Westbury, NY; published online in Rehab Management for (The Interdisciplinary Journal of Rehabilitation) About Therapeutic Light
Photochemistry and Photobiology, Volume 20 Issue 3 Page 309-312, September 1974, can be purchased online: Click Here
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