Conclusion of this clinical experiment:
Far infrared radiation has a promoting effect on the differentiation of peripheral blood stem cells. The experimental results indicate that a wavelength of 9.35μm has the optimal differentiation effect. This effect may be due to the stimulation of -OH-containing compounds (such as carbohydrates, cholesterol, NADH, vitamin B6, pyrimidine, and purine) in cells by far infrared radiation at 9.35 μm, which promotes their biochemical reactions and, consequently, cell differentiation.

Clinical Experimental Product: Photon Energy Wave Thermal Instrument