MECHANISM OF STIMULATION OF THE FUNCTION OF THE IMMUNE SYSTEM Samples were taken from exudates of crural ulcers; the smears made of the exudates were subject to microscopic evaluation before and after treatment using polarized light.
“We assumed that, through the treatment using polarized light of shaped components of blood responsible for immunity in the living body, we could favourably influence malignant processes by boosting the immune system via the intensified blood stream. We brilliantly proved the assumption through a series of successful treatments of tumour-carrying animals such as mice and dogs with spontaneous cancer.”
Later on, the stimulating effect of the polarized light on the immune system was repeatedly proven in laboratory tests in vitro: it was shown that polarized light stimulates the activity of T-lymphocytes in the blood. Blast transformation of T-lymphocytes – the indicator of intensification of activity in tests in vitro – was triggered without administering any stimulating agent, by treatment using polarized light alone.
Another experiment conducted at the beginning of the 1980s by Márta Fenyő and Professor Imre Lengyel, the head physician of the laboratory at the National Institute for Vascular Surgery proved that polarized light stabilizes the cell membrane of erythrocytes and steps up the ability of cells to bind and retain oxygen. (2) Based on the outstanding and spectacular results of earlier laboratory tests and treatments of animals one can safely declare that polarized light therapy is a truly natural method opening up a new chapter in the history of medical science. SensoliteR, the appliance suitable for the treatment of the whole body, offers a new method of treating patients either every day or several days a week. Light treatment induces changes in the blood that intensify the activity of immune cells, primarily white blood cells (1), (4), stabilizes the cell membrane of erythrocytes and improves their ability to bind and retain oxygen. (2) These beneficial effects reach each cell faster through the boosted blood circulation. A mediator suitable for storing and forwarding bio-positive information to other cells, organs systems, i.e. the entire human body is produced in the blood. (7) This is the reason why polarized light therapy – the natural method free of pain, discomfort and harmful side effects – may be a valuable addition to the toolkit of tumour therapy.
The researcher does not expect that polarized light would cure cancer, and neither would she replace the currently used and truly efficacious therapeutic methods, but she believes that the mobilization of self-defence system can indeed improve the health condition of patients by slowing down the progression of the malignant process. (7, 8, 9) Harmless and without side-effects, SensoliteR therapy using polarized light is now available for everyone. The incident light directly impacts the membrane of somatic, red and white blood cells while the damaged cells are restored and regenerated, and biopositive information is transferred.
FIGURE 5 – WHAT MAKES THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE EFFECTS OF LOCAL LIGHT TREATMENT AND SENSOLITER LIGHT THERAPY?
What makes polarized light particularly efficacious when the treatment surrounds simultaneously the entire body surface?
During the surround treatment of the entire body surface i.e. the skin of the human body the beneficial effect of polarized light manifests almost immediately on all cells of the organism.
How does it happen?
The polarized light incident on the skin surface exerts a stimulatory effect on metabolism, circulation, cell regeneration and cell function. The surround effect of polarized light on the entire skin surface reaches the blood circulating in the capillaries including the shaped components thereby exerting a concurrent effect on all red and white blood cells.
Of the shaped components involved in blood circulation the immune-competent cells of intensified activity may, proceeding from deep inside the body, reach almost immediately any part of the body and trigger their recognition and healing mechanisms. At the same time the red blood cells, that bind more oxygen under the effect of polarized light, transfer promptly the increased amount of oxygen to each organ and cell of the body thereby intensifying their activity and function.
Consequently the polarized light exerts, throughout the therapy, its biostimulating effect on all cells of the whole organism from inside and outside both, from the very first moment of the treatment.
This effect makes the difference between SensoliteR light therapy and the local treatment.
The beneficial effect of polarized light was also proven in the tumour therapy of animals: the results of treatment of malignant tumours in mice were truly surprising. The tests were conducted independently, on two separate groups of mice. The individuals of both groups carried Ehrlich Ascites Tumor in their bodies. After treating the spleens of one group of mice with polarized light we found that the growth of the tumour stopped.
Later we injected daily a small amount of the separated blood serum of the group of mice treated with polarized light into the bodies of untreated mice. We found that, due to the treatment, the malignant process stopped in the untreated group as well. Consequently a material was produced in the blood serum of animals treated by polarized light that stopped the progression of the malignant process. (7)
In another experiment conducted on mice the daily treatment using polarized light caused total recovery in some cases and significantly extended the life of animals carrying a highly aggressive sarcoma where the experimental life expectancy was 28 days. (8)
The mood and zest for life of the hitherto dejected dogs visibly and spectacularly improved. The beneficial effect of polarized light manifests itself in the entire function of the organism. It increases efficiency, improves the general state of health, stimulates resistance, reduces the phenomena of anxiety and stress disease thereby improving the quality of life.
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7. Kubasova T., Fenyő M. (1995) Effect of visible light on some cellular and immune parameters. Immunology and Cell Biology, 73, 239-244
8. Szenci O., Fenyő M. Effect of polarized light on the morphology of spontaneous tumors of dogs through extracorporeal exposure of their blood. (Sent for publication to the “Veterinary Record”, London, UK)
9. Fenyő M., Borberg, Kádár J. (1987) Method for in vivo treatment of tumorous tissues on body surfaces
10. Apor P., Fenyő M., Fekete Gy. (1985) Miofascial syndromes and their treatment. Hungarian Review of Sports Medicine