Is the LBG/ST-8 a laser?

Technically speaking, the LBG/ST-8 is not a laser. It produces coherent light photons (a discrete element) that assist disorganized protein molecules to disassociate, thus releasing their bond from the water molecule and sloughing off in discrete particles to be transported away by the lymphatic system.

The waveform is a coherent waveform, but the blue light is in a lower range (400 nm) rather than the higher range (700 nm) of most laser devices. In addition, the blue light produced by the LBG/ST-8 operates at an ultra-low temperature coefficient of .05 nm/oC as compared to 0.3 nm/oC for low-level laser emission or cold laser therapy.

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