I believe that 20 years from now, people will look back on 2017 as an age of ancient medicine. Why might this be so? After all, for several hundred years, medicine has focused on suppressing symptoms using medicines and surgeries.
Fast forward 20 years (or even a few years). Light (and sound) will be the therapies of the future. Many researchers and inventors have focused their energies on both.
To this end, I have been diligently searching for new biophoton (or light) therapies that might just offer relief from tremors and other Parkinson’s symptoms. Finally – I was not going to give up the search – I discovered a new invention by an inventor in Toronto. It is only one year old. There are no studies using Parkinson’s patients (or any others for that matter). But get this. I have heard from one person using it for only several weeks that it reduced his tremors.
This is my introduction to an interview that I will host on the radio show with the inventor next month. My intuition tells me this may be a way to suppress symptoms without incurring the side effects of the medicines.
I am excited about this one and suspect you will be too.