What Are Biophotons?

Scientifically, Biophotons are special light photons to impact all forms of life at the individual cellular level as well as the whole-body level. Biophotons are commonly known as life force energy.

Biophotons are an innate part of our body's emission. Depending on the state of the health condition, a healthy person emits a weaker and low level of Biophoton while a healthier stronger and high level.

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 demonstrate the possibility of our human physiology may be dependent on this very living light (biophotons).

As later research confirmed our bodily cells generate and emit biophotons and constantly release and absorb biophotons via DNA and Mitochondria of our cells. Biophotons are to 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.