The Elysium Device – LED Beds

 

The Elysium Photobiomodulation Therapy Bed

The Elysium Device is an experimental medical device

Energy Medicine per doctors and scientists dating back to before pioneers like Albert Einstein and Raymond Rife have posited that energy is the new frontier for wellness. Hospitals scan the body with light, sound, heat, X-rays, and electromagnetic waves to reveal energetic disturbances in the body so that doctors can assess an issue that requires treatment.

For over 1000 years, light, color, and sounds have been used to build wellness within the physical body. Companies like NOVOCURE are researching and finding resonant frequencies behind specific diseases and treating those diseases with resonance. Pulsed electromagnetic waves, TENS, radio-frequencies, and photobiomodulation are supported by thousands of peer-reviewed published clinical trials.

Bioresonance is a term that defines the wavelengths of light and energy that resonate from the body. Bioresonant scanning represents scanning the body to identify frequencies that are not normal. Bioresonant therapy might be defined as using energetic signatures to seed or rewrite dysfunctional energy patterns. Like a blueprint for a building, a design flaw in a building’s wiring can create functional challenges, electrical shorts, and even fires. The building can burn down.

What if we could identify the flaws in the blueprint, and then correct them?

The Elysium Device combines all of the incredible benefits of the ATP system, with the patent-pending technology of the ATP RF system, with energetic scanning designed to

  1. Assess dysfunctional energy patterns using a combination of scanning technologies
  2. Code in corrective frequencies to augment the assessment
  3. Augment the assessment with a predetermined carrier wave combination of PEMF, TENS, Haptic, RF, or Photobiomodulation

The Elysium Device is Patent Pending for a number of indications. The actual device will be introduced for testing in Q2 of 2021.

Disclaimer: The FDA has concluded that due to the inherent safety of low level light therapy, light therapy devices may be offered OTC for relief from minor aches and pains. The ARRC LED makes no claims as to the effectiveness of its devices other than minor aches and pains. Statements expressed within this site have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Any and all information and/or statements found within this site are for educational purposes only and are NOT intended to diagnose, treat, cure, prevent disease or replace the advice of a licensed healthcare practitioner.

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