Sublingual Blood Irradiation
The medlouxx- blood irradiation with low level blue and red laser light is a non-invasive procedure, whereby a miniaturized adapter is placed under the tongue / sublingual laser blood irradiation (SULBI). The treatments can be performed by intravenous, transcutaneous and transmucosal irradiation.
Clinical studies have demonstrated that this is more effective than the intravenous and transcutaneous approach.* There is no risk of infection.
The irradiation of blood by monochromatic light induces several effects at the cellular level, It stimulates cellular metabolism, resulting in increased immunoglobulins IgA, IgG, IgM, improvement of the deformability of the leucocytes, and modulation of T-cell activity, which can improve the immune status and the immune reaction of the patients.
* A Wirz-Ridolfi. Comparison Between Intravenous And Various Types Of Transcutaneous Laser Blood Irradiation. The internet Journal of Laserneedle Medicine. Vol3 No.1 2013
Sublingual Blood Irradiation with
low level laser light.
SULBI Clinical applications
Common cold infections of adults and children
Burnout syndrome or low energy (highly effective)
Reduce the side effects of chemotherapy
Chronic liver diseases
Type 2 diabetes mellitus
Allergic conditions and eczema.