Below is an email I have permission to post from a wife who has the unique ability for smelling Parkinson’s. She reports below that when her husband (who has Parkinson’s symptoms) was using the new Vielight Gamma device she was unable to smell it, but when he interrupted use, she could not detect the Parkinson’s smell.
I interviewed the inventor of this new device on the radio show and posted his interview here on the blog for those of you who need more information about what she is talking about when she refers to the “Vielight machine.” http://www.blog.parkinsonsrecovery.com/photobiomodulation-therapy.
Robert Rodgers PhD
Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease
My partner has Parkinsons. I have been with him for nearly 4 years. And he has had a strong smell, not pleasant, since that time – until using the Vielight machine. After 3 days I noticed that his smell wasn’t there – I didn’t know he had started using the machine – it took him a few weeks to work it out! and have the confidence to try, but I did notice ‘no smell’ and when I asked him, found he had started. I think he felt a bit more energy too. He has been using the machine on alternate days.
About a week ago the smell had returned, not strongly but enough to notice, I said have you been using the machine? “Not for a few days” so he has started again, and no smell!
Have been meaning to feed this back to you and was reminded by posts on Facebook about a woman in Scotland who can ‘smell’ Parkinsons.
Joy's sense of smell is more dog than human. She's using it to help change lives for Parkinson's sufferers.
Posted by BBC Scotland News on Monday, December 18, 2017
Keep up the good work!