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Crystal Salt
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LED Light and Cold Laser

Non-invasive Purification of your Blood Stream

  • 30 minutes
  • 45 US dollars
  • 18th Street

Service Description

Cold laser, also called Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT), uses safe non-thermal light photons to accelerate the body's natural healing processes. This light energy can penetrate right through all the layers of our skin with ease. It's especially useful for pain, joint and neurological problems, wounds and burns, dental issues, lymph node swelling, tinnitus, and bone/tissue regeneration, plus many more applications. Our Cold Laser combines the world's leading cold laser technology with ancient acupuncture. Effective for purifying the blood, healing various blood diseases including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, & high blood sugar levels. It can also help with hyper viscosity, hyperlipidemia, ischemic cardiovascular diseases, rhinitis and tinnitus! Cold laser utilizes multiple types of healing light beams to help your body repair and rebuild from the inside out. Blue LED's disinfect, Green LED's stimulate the immune system and dissolve blood clots and Yellow LED's improve cellular metabolism. Here’s how: 1st- Strap on the cold laser to your wrist like an oversized watch... Then just sit back and relax as the laser and LED's work their magic on you! It blocks nerve transmissions for instant pain relief. It stimulates the production of adenosine triphosphate, boosting your cells’ detoxification and regenerative abilities. It initiates a chemical reaction that prompts your cells to increase their production of tissue-building collagen and elastin. The accelerated growth of healthy new tissue raises the number of blood vessels in the area, promoting better circulation and delivering oxygen and nutrients where they’re needed most. Cold laser treatment may be worth trying if you struggle to manage any of the following conditions: Muscle strains and sprains, bursitis, or tendonitis Chronic knee pain, neck pain, or low back pain Pain and inflammation associated with arthritis Aches and pains from fibromyalgia, TMJ, or carpal tunnel syndrome Psoriasis, rashes, dermatitis, or acne Difficult-to-heal wounds related to diabetes And much more!

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