Red Light Water Structuring - Infrared Hydration Techniques For BioHacking Bodywater Structure


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Our health is directly proportional to the structure and crystallinity of our bodywater. The stronger the hydrogen bonds in our bodies, the healthier we will be! When those molecules snuggle up in sacred geometries, they conduct energy more efficiently, meaning you have more life-force vitality, prana, mana, chi, whatever you call it - you’re thriving.


Dr. Mae Wan Ho, a biophysicist who studied the crystallinity of water in the human body, discovered that this matrix of h2o and h3o2 is actually a superconductor! It functions like a high-powered fractal battery.

So if your bodywater is a battery, it begs the questions - what charges the battery?


Well, I’m glad you asked. The main thing that structures and energizes bodywater is … Radiant energy!!

In nature, this radiant energy might come from the biomagnetism of the Earth when we have our feet on the soil, or the full spectrum of sunlight on our skin. But we are sadly divorced from these energizing influences in our modern lives. So we need to ramp up our revitalization tactics in order to compensate. We want to get superstructured and supercharged! And one of the most effective ways to do so is with the super hydrating biohacking miracle of infrared light therapy, aka photo - bio - modulation.


Dr. Gerald Pollack discovered that red light therapy and near infrared in general, increases the crystalline phase of water. There has been a lot of scientific research into the benefits of red light therapy, with the most well studied mechanism of action surrounding infrared light being increased mitochondrial energy production in the cells. As you expose your skin to a lamp, device, or laser with a red light, mitochondria, the “power generators” of your cells, soak it up and make more energy. It speeds wound healing and injury recovery time. And not only does it restructure your bio-water, but it also detoxifies your lymphatic fluid via sweating, which purifies cell cytoplasm. And it’s offered in many top spas for its beautifying effects. Exposing the skin to infrared light has proven effective in improving the appearance of the skin, its elasticity, hydration, color and firmness. It’s great for your collagen, which is 80% water.


Red light therapy is nothing new, it has been around the block. In 1903, Dr. Niels Ryberg Finsen won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for his successful treatment of smallpox and lupus with red light. Strangely, it has largely been ignored by the US and western Europe until recently. However it's been used in clinical settings since the 1980s - in Japan, China, Canada, Ireland, Vietnam, Latin America, and Eastern Europe. Seems like, in the wake of all the studies that have been done, the whole world knows how beneficial infraRed Light Therapy is!


They’re especially powerful when combined with sauna, which is an ancient and powerful detoxification therapy in it’s own right, cleansing the lymphatic fluid and balancing the autonomic nervous system.

So I invite you to try infrared for yourself. You can find links to purchase red light therapy devices here: