Immune Booster

A number of people who regularly use intranasal light therapy devices have been reporting that they are not getting sick as often as they used to in the past. Some of them say they didn't fall sick at all since they started using the device. This could be a good indication that the therapy is acting as some of sort of immune system booster.

It doesn't come as a surprise. A number of scientific researches already support this theory. There are more studies that provide circumstantial evidence to support this way of treatment for an array of diseases and ailments.

Several studies that date back to the late 1990's used low level laser intravenous blood irradiation therapy funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China. Worth noting that principles of blood irradiation with the intranasal method are similar to those of the intravenous method. For instance, Qing Xu et al found that this method results in an increase of CD+T and Killer T cell counts. These white blood cells are crucial to a healthy functionning of human immune system. [1]

The effect of this therapy on the immune system is a very important aspect; most likely we would publish a separate paper on it. Please keep checking back with this website for more updates.


  1. Qing Xu, et al, "Intravascular irradiation (He-Ne) on human peripheral blood T lymphocytes and NK cells", Laser Biology, 1996(02) in Chinese.