Photon Therapy Advantages
PureWave® technology uses specific wavelengths to activate each of the 7 chakra lights.
This is different than traditional lights that mix a few colors such as primary red, green, and blue to create an appearance of secondary colors like orange, yellow, cyan, and violet.
LED technology emits narrow band emission at particular wavelengths and thus are well-suited for chakra light activation.
The first chakra is activated with a deep red color at 660nm wavelength. This longer wavelength penetrates more than 3mm into the body. The effect is a increased blood flow through all layers of skin.
The second chakra is activated with a deep orange color at 625nm wavelength. This wavelength penetrates less than 3mm, increasing blood flow through most layers of skin.
The third chakra is activated with a deep yellow color at 590nm wavelength. This light source is broader, spanning half width from 560nm to 640nm, providing a calming effect. It penetrates 1-2mm into the body.
The fourth chakra is activated with light green color at 521nm wavelength. This wavelength penetrates 0.5mm into the skin. It promotes focus as it energizes the upper layers of skin above the sternum.
The fifth chakra is activated with cyan color at 503nm wavelength. This wavelength works on the thinner layers of skin on the throat, penetrating less than 0.5mm.
The sixth chakra is activated with a light blue color at 465nm wavelength. This wavelength also penetrates less than 0.5mm into the last layer of skin, increasing blood flow to the third eye.
The seventh chakra is a proprietary blend of deep blue and deep red that produces a violet that provides a more calming activation. This blend is good for grounding patients in early stage treatments as it gently connects the upper and lower chakras.
It is a pure violet color at 415nm wavelength. This high energy activates only the surface of the skin. It is recommended for advanced patient healing and higher conscious development.
StellarWaves LED Light Therapy has not been evaluated by the US Food & Drug Administration or the American Medical Association. This technology is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Medical advice must only be obtained from a physician or qualified health practitioner. Results may vary between individuals. There are no guarantees, expressed, or implied.