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Far infrared energy dates back to ancient methods of healing in China, India, Japan, and other ancient eastern civilizations. Alternative healing methods, such as Reiki generate natural Chi energy used for a healing in many alternative clinics in China. Palms of energy healer radiate FAR Infrared Light which then if held over patient's body, started to emanate an invisible light, turning the healer's hands hot, causing tingling and sometimes a wave-like sensations. This heat (an invisible light) which grew in intensity as it penetrated through skin, entered an area that was most in a need of healing.
Far Infrared is part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Our bodies respond readily, in healthful ways, to Far Infrared energy (Light/Heat Therapy). Yogis in India used Kundalini hot-light energy (Shakti) that emanates from within the root chakra and moves up the body while removing energetic blocks and illnesses. Following the ancient traditions, in China and Japan Reiki is still used as a way of healing culminating the “cool" chi (life force) energy. As well as Qi Gong, Tai Chi that is widely used as a natural way of moving and harnessing energy. Let's not forget Martial Arts and Bruce Lee, who himself used Chi as the primal force during a fight and with a great success!
Many ancient civilizations in Italy, pre-Colombian America, as well as Egyptian cultures and others used biologically created light therapy. Today, the most advance clinics and hospitals use Far Infrared technology for its abundant healthful effects. There is no doubt that the secret of light emanating heat has been around for centuries with an incredibly powerful healing effect.
The role of far infrared irradiation at improving blood flow and patency of arteriovenous fistulas in hemodialysis patients. Dialysis for kidney disease is a tremendous problem world wide.
(3- Lin CC, Chang CF, Lai MY, Chen TW, Lee PC, et al. Far-infrared therapy: a novel treatment to improve access blood flow and unassisted patency of arteriovenous fistula in hemodialysis patients. J Am Soc Nephrol. 2007;18:985–992. [PubMed])