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In this episode of HealthMade Radio, Dr. Michael Karlfeldt interviews Dr. Michael Weber, M.D., and Jennifer Miele about a noninvasive phototherapy device that can be used at home to protect individuals from viruses, bacteria, and fungal infections. All over the world, researchers are rushing to find therapeutic approaches and useful measures for day-to-day-life to deal with infectious agents. In December 2020, Dr. Weber and several colleagues conducted a study in acute virus patients to find out whether Photodynamic Therapy with Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) was able to help patients in the early stages of infection and whether it would mitigate the progression of the disease. The applied protocol consisted of highly dosed Riboflavin-5-Phosphate as a photosensitive agent (taken orally, as a nose spray, and as a solution to gargle), combined with systemic blood irradiation through the laser watch, Spectra, and local irradiation of the mouth and nose with specifically designed adapters containing UV and blue diodes. It was a great success!

In this episode, learn: 

Photo Light Therapy at Home

This home-use device is equipped with four different light colors (Red, Yellow, Green, Blue) and can easily be attached to the wrist to irradiate the main arteries and acupuncture points.

It comes with three different accessories that work simultaneously with the main device:

> Area Pad – Easy irradiation of topical areas with all four colors

> Nasal Probe – Targeted irradiation of nasal capillaries with red diodes

> Ear Probe – Targeted irradiation of the ear from the inside with red diodes

Please look at the picture of how Riboflavin works. It makes an immediate covalent binding to Guanin of DNA or RNA chain, and by stimulation with UV and blue, the chain breaks.

The four nucleotides Adenine, Guanin, Thymine, and Uracil, are in all chains of DNA and RNA. That is why it will work against mutations as well.

Visit the website to order yours: weberlaser.com and get a 5% Discount with the code!

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More About Low-frequency laser therapy:

Low-frequency laser therapy (LLT), the medical technique that the modern world uses successfully to treat many diseases, is based on many past scientists’ hard work, who understood light’s power and curative properties.

Since 1870, ultraviolet light has been known to have an inhibitor effect on bacteria. Doctor, university professor, and scientist Niels Ryberg Finsen was the one who demonstrated that bacteria that attack tissues could be destroyed by light therapy. 

In 1895, he used concentrated beams of ultraviolet light (UV) to treat patients with lupus and tuberculosis, and the excellent results obtained were rewarded in 1903 with the Nobel Prize in Medicine!

In the following years, light therapy was widely spread and used to treat several diseases. However, due to a lack of technology for clinical applications, it began to be neglected with the occurrence of antibiotics.

The laser invention was revolutionary for the medical world, and the latest medical technological innovations facilitate the use of laser light on different wavelengths. LLT can be applied, depending on pathologies, in large joints, periarticular, paravertebral, near the nerve roots, or directly into the bloodstream.

Low-frequency laser therapy is today a therapeutic method consecrated with extraordinary effects, which can be used by self-state or complementary to conventional methods.

Michael Weber MD

Pioneer of Modern Laser Therapy

Dr. Weber has been working as a Medical Doctor in Germany for more than 20 years. Today he manages three medical centers for general and internal medicine, pain therapy, naturopathy (acupuncture), and photodynamic tumor therapy.

Besides his medical degrees, Dr. Weber holds a diploma in biochemistry, which made a decisive contribution to the new laser technology research and development.

As president of the International Society for Medical Laser Applications (ISLA) and co-editor of several international medical journals, his focus is on research and publication of new methods. For this purpose, Dr. Weber collaborates with numerous international institutions and universities.

The patented Weberneedle® technology, which was developed by Dr. Weber himself, allows us to apply highly focused and efficient lasers of different wavelengths for the benefit of overall wellness.

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