Mineral Heat Treatment
Give me an opportunity to create fever and I shall cure any disease,”
said the Greek physician Parmenides, 2,000 years ago.
Heat Treatment Using Far-Infrared Mineral Lamp Therapy
Heat treatments incorporating the Far Infrared (FIR) Mineral Lamp started in China by a group of scientists and physicians headed by Dr. Gou Wenbin. This is a new type of therapeutic application promotes metabolism, regulates physiological deficiency, diminishes inflammation and ease pain.
The Far Infrared Mineral Therapy has proven extraordinarily effective in treating numerous ailments such as muscular aches and pains, soft tissue injuries, arthritis and various skin conditions.
Since its introduction in early 1980′s, the Far Infrared Mineral Therapy has successfully treated up to 60 million patients in China, Hong Kong, South Asia, Japan, Europe, Australia and North America.
Rapid Release of Toxins
Numerous toxins are absorbed and stored in our bodies every day. When toxins are present in the body, blood circulation is blocked and cellular energy is impaired. Further, the body’s immune system is inhibited, which makes it difficult for the body to fight disease. Far Infrared heat expands the capillaries and skin pores and breaks down the ion bond of different toxins, thus expelling them from the body safely and naturally.
Even detoxification of heavy metals like lead and mercury is assisted by Far Infrared application.
Far infrared waves speed up the removal of toxins from the body, which are often a major contributor to various health problems.
Prevention Of Cardiovascular Disease
• Far Infrared emits photons
• Photons help release enzymes
• Enzymes stimulate macrophage activity increasing the elimination of damaged and diseased tissues
• Nitric Oxide is released which expands capillaries and increases circulation
Heal Your Muscles and Joints
Occasionally the infrared energy in our body needs a boost to insure healing and tissue repair. Our Heat Treatment naturally dilates blood vessels and capillaries, providing increased flow of rich oxygenated blood to muscles and joints eliminating muscle spasms and promote healing of injured and sore muscles. Far infrared has been used to treat Arthritis, Bursitis, Low Back Pain, Shoulder Pain, Muscle Spasms, Muscle Pain, Soft Tissue Injury, Fibromyalgia, and much more.
Stimulating the Healing Process
When any cell or tissue in the body is exposed to a minimum of 9.4 micron range of far infrared, response mechanisms stimulate the healing process of the body. Far Infrared causes the water within the body to vibrate including the large water molecules carrying toxins in our body. Since the body is mostly water this vibration has a profound effect on the tissues. This vibration process heats the atoms and causes water molecules to break into smaller clusters stimulating the release of toxins. Toxins are then naturally carried out through sweat and our kidneys.
How Far Infrared Mineral Therapy Differs From Other Similar Applications
Our Heat Treatment uses Far Infrared Mineral Lamp, which is different from the conventional heat lamps, infrared lamps and microwave therapeutic devices. The Far Infrared Mineral Lamp features a round plate coated with a proprietary mineral clay formation consisting of 33 earth elements essential to the human body. When activated by the built-in electric heating element, this mineral plate emits a special band of far-infrared waves ranging from 2 to 25 microns (!) in wavelength that coincides with the wavelengths and intensity of the electromagnetic radiations emanating from the human body. As a result, the far-infrared waves are readily absorbed, resulting in many health benefits.
Heat therapy has been used since Hippocratic times to treat varying ailments. Now science has shown how patients suffering with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) and Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS) can benefit from exposure to Far infrared treatments. The study conducted on 17 patients suffering with RA and 17 patients suffering with AS showed very positive results with a decrease in pain, stiffness and fatigue.
(Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Enschede, The Netherlands, 2009).