Light heals and makes things grow. NASA pioneered light therapy decades ago when it developed light-emitting diode (LED) technology to stimulate cell growth in space. Today low-level lasers are commonly used in medicine today for “photostimulation”, to help patients with chronic pain and to speed healing.

The Chi Lite is a laser-like wand designed for both clinicians and lay people. It uses a red LED light, which softly disperses photons into the body without creating heat, at a 660 nanometer red wavelength, the closest possible resonance to a healthy cell. The light increases circulation, stimulates collagen production (the protein that repairs tissues), improves lymphatic function, and boosts adenosine triphosphate (ATP), to improve cell efficiency.

There are two ways for the Chi Lite to reach problem areas in the body. It can be applied directly to the skin, where it will penetrate about one inch into the soft tissue. Or it can be placed above acupuncture points for deeper and multi-location penetration.

When using single-wavelength light, the beam will travel through the body’s acupuncture meridian channels like fiber optics, reaching internal areas within the body – making it an extremely effective acupuncture point stimulator. Using a combination of direct application and acupuncture/ acupressure point techniques, any problem area within your body can be reached.