Tesla BioHealing Information & FAQ

We've Harnessed The Power Of Biophotons With Cutting-Edge Technology

Scientifically, biophotons are unique light photons that impact all forms of life at the individual cellular level—as well as the whole-body level. Our bodies naturally generate biophotons, but factors such as illness, suboptimal lifestyles, and aging can decrease their production.

Tesla BioHealing technology uses natural materials within our devices to create a biophoton-rich environment that promotes optimal health and well-being.

These devices have been positively received by over 40,000 users, who have reported a wide range of benefits, including increased energy levels, more restful sleep, elevated mood, and more!

What are Biophotons?

Biophotons are emissions of light, also known as photon emissions, that are emitted by living organisms, including cells and tissues. The generation of biophotons is thought to be associated with various biochemical and physiological processes within living cells. Recent research indicates that biophotons may play a role in cellular communication and signaling and in regulating biological processes. The biological roles of biophotons have been extensively researched, experimented with, and validated. Biophotons coordinate most and possibly all the physiological processes in our living systems.

How are biophotons generated from Tesla BioHealing devices?

The energy field generated by our devices is the same biophoton energy that any human body or living being naturally generates and emits, and we've harnessed this power using natural, pre-activated materials through a proprietary process rooted in a comprehensive understanding of biology, physics, and chemistry.

These devices effectively recreate Earth's invigorating and vitalistic energy within your environment, offering a compelling and holistic approach to optimum health and well-being.

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How is Tesla BioHealing technology different from other technologies?

Tesla BioHealing manufactures wellness devices that have been internationally available for more than four years. In that time, we have served over 40,000 customers, collected over 2,200 testimonials, and established eight centers across the United States. Furthermore, we are establishing a solid scientific foundation on which to promote our technology as a potential breakthrough in medicine. These efforts include donating technology to be used in open clinical trials for Chronic Stroke, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, Dementia, Traumatic Brain Injury, and more.

What scientific data exists about biophotons?

Dr. Alexander Gurwitch, in the 1920s, discovered biophotons, referenced as "Mitogenetic Radiation" at the time, promoting cell regeneration.

Dr. Fritz Albert Popp proved the existence of this ultra-weak emission of light and named them biophotons since all detectable photons originated from living bodies in the 1970s. Dr. Popp used ultra-sensitive equipment to demonstrate biophotons (living light) that transmit information within and between our cells. He presented data to show that our human physiology may depend on this very living light (biophotons).

As later research confirmed, our bodily cells generate and emit biophotons and constantly release and absorb biophotons via the DNA and Mitochondria of our cells. Biophotons act as instantaneous communication channels throughout our bodies and may serve as intricate energy and information transmission networks that help to regulate biochemical and physiological processes and reactions.
Biophotons may be the foundation of life within every living cell.

Their discoveries had profound significance in demonstrating the possibility of biophotons as an energy-based modality for improving wellness.

Can Tesla BioHealing devices help with my specific concern?

Tesla BioHealing devices are not intended to suppress symptoms or treat illnesses. Instead, they are designed to promote optimum health and wellness in everyone, regardless of their health status.

Depending on one's particular state of health, an unwell person would likely have a weaker, lower baseline biophoton energy level and would benefit from a high level of external biophoton energy to improve their overall well-being.

The cells of our body take on the enormous task of maintaining a healthy state from day to day. Cellular repair, regeneration, and other vital processes require energy, so sunlight, food, and high-quality water are essential. Often, age, stress, poor sleep, and other factors can negatively impact the energy our body needs, and a supplement to that energy can prove life-changing!

For example, a sanitary dwelling is one that promotes good health. You wouldn't use it as a treatment for a particular disease or for the mere suppression of symptoms. Still, it would certainly provide an atmosphere conducive to optimal health, regardless of the health status of the resident.

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Is the effect of the technology diminished if I share it with another person or pet?

No! In fact, Tesla BioHealing devices create an environment that can be shared with as many people or pets as possible. Proximity to the devices is the most critical factor to consider when seeking to optimize the experience.  

How long do Tesla BioHealing devices last?

Tesla BioHealing guarantees our devices of biophoton generation for six years. We are still in the process of collecting stability data, and potential updates will be posted on our website. If you have questions about older devices, please contact the corporate office at 302-265-2213..



Biotechnology References & Resources: 

1. An introduction to human biophoton emission: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15947465/ view
2. Properties of biophotons and their theoretical implications: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15244259/ view
3. Energetic homeostasis achieved through biophoton energy[...]:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC10251148/ view