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Spectro-Chrome Color Therapy in Modern Medicine

Spectro Chrome Color Therapy in Modern Medicine
Original air date: May 23, 2020

Dr. Elaina George on Liberty Talk FM - Medicare for All

BY: Dr. Elaina George, Host & Contributing Health Editor
PUBLISHED: May 24, 2020

Is Spectro-Chrome Color Therapy a Viable Therapeutic Modality? 

Mr. Darius Dinshah, author of Let There Be Light joins Dr. Elaina George for this week’s episode of Living in the Solution to discuss Spectro-Chrome Color Therapy, a modality that has been present since 1897. It uses the electromagnetic energy from visible light to restore cellular balance and support health.

Spectro-Chrome and light therapies are garnering renewed interest as potentially beneficial in treating patients with COVID-19. As such, one  study recently published in the Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology on May 1, 2020 highlights this potentiality and is available for review on the National Center for Biotechnology Information under the heading, “Light as a potential treatment for pandemic coronavirus infections: A perspective.”

Full Tour of a Real Live Spectro-Chrome Machine

About Darius Health Society

Darius Dinshah Interview Photo Scpectro-Chrome light therapyDinshah Health Society – Spectro-Chrome System, is the preeminent spectrum-based health system. Spectro-Chrome therapy is a safe, natural, inexpensive home-use medical system that does not rely on any drugs or chemicals, with their uncertain side effects. This system has been in use since 1920, and was used in a major medical center in Philadelphia, PA for many years.This system utilizes safe, specific colored light for particular problems with a simple, low-powered lamp and color filters.

[Dinshah Health Society Website]

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Dr. Elaina George is a Board Certified Otolaryngologist. She graduated from Princeton University with a degree in Biology, received her Master’s degree in Medical Microbiology from Long Island University, and received her medical degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York.