Role Of Green Light In Managing Pain

Role of Green Light in Managing Pain

Studies have shown that green light is increases the levels of circulating endogenous opioids, causing relief from pain.

A double-blind clinical trial to study the effects of green LED light on people with fibromyalgia, a common source of chronic pain was conducted by Rajesh Khanna, UA associate professor of pharmacology and senior author of the study, along with Mohab Ibrahim, UA assistant professor of anesthesiology and pharmacology. The study participants were provided with a green LED light strip to use in a darkened room for one to two hours nightly for 10 weeks. Results were alarming leading to two participants even refusing to return the green LED light because their pain was markedly diminished, and one participant writing to Ibrahim telling him how positive the experience was.

Green is the color of Nature and the earth. It is balance and harmony in essence and possesses a soothing influence upon both mind and body. It is neither relaxing nor astringent in its impact. It can be used for just about any condition in need of healing. Green is one of the most beautiful and comforting colors that attracts harmonious feelings that can diffuse anxiety and helps us stay calm and refreshed. Beige greens and pale yellow-greens are the most stress-reducing shades in the green family.

Role of Green Light in Managing Pain

  • Green rings psychological and emotional harmony and balance.
  • It stimulates growth hormone and rejuvenation
  • Cleans and purifies from germs, bacteria and rotting material.
  • Harmonizes the digestion, stomach, liver, gall bladder.
  • Has a healing effect on kidneys
  • Increases immunity
  • Builds up muscles, bones and tissues
  • Stimulates inner peace
  • Strengthens the nervous system.

While the results of the green LED are still preliminary, it holds significant promise to manage some types of chronic pain.


The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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