How to Use Red Light Therapy to Treat Chronic Lung Disease at Home

DISCLAIMER: Always consult a doctor before undergoing treatment of any kind. 

Red light therapy is a simple yet effective treatment for a wide range of different diseases and disorders, including lung diseases. It has been used successfully in the treatment of the lung diseases listed below: 


  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Bronchial asthma
  • Respiratory infection (including COVID-19)
  • Anosmia (lack of a sense of smell)
  • Pneumonia
  • Pulmonary fibrosis
  • Acute respiratory distress syndrome


Red light is antiinflammatory and pain-relieving treatment that also increases the production of ROS (Reactive Oxygen Species) and ATP (adenosine triphosphate, the main energy source for cells). It can relieve cytokine storm syndrome and therefore the symptoms of many different respiratory problems, such as those listed above. 


Red light therapy should be administered using a light in the spectrum of 680-790nm. This type of red light in particular has the ability to penetrate deep into the body and tissues to incite healing. There are a few different kinds of red light therapy, but all of them involve applying red light to affected areas of the body. Some types of red light therapy also involve the use of medicines like Methylene Blue as well which interact in a specific way with Red Light to promote electrification of tissues and cells to make them stronger and better able to combat disease. 

How to Administer Red Light Therapy At Home

Red light therapy is easy to administer at home and it is very safe in most cases. You will need a red light or infrared light that uses light between 680-790nm, as mentioned above, in order for the treatment to be effective. When used properly, red light therapy can reduce the symptoms of cytokine storm within 48 hours after only two 10-minute sessions. For the treatment of lung diseases, follow the instruction below: 


  1. Set yourself up with your red light someplace where you can relax. You may either hold the red light in place or situate it so that you don’t have to be holding it in your hand.
  2. Apply the light to your chest or back (but preferably to your chest, to start). The light should be about 2-3 inches away from your skin. This is close enough for the light to work correctly, but not so close that it will burn your skin. 
  3. Administer the light for 10 minutes every 12 hours until you begin to experience relief. If you have other areas that are in pain, you may apply the red light to these areas, too. 

Using Methylene Blue with Red Light Therapy

WARNING: Women who are pregnant or nursing should not use Methylene Blue. 


WARNING: Only use pharmaceutical grade Methylene Blue for treatment of lung disease.


WARNING: Individuals with kidney disease, liver disease, or a G6PD deficiency should not use Methylene Blue.


Methylene Blue and red light, when combined, function similarly to Reactive Oxygen Species medicines like chlorine dioxide (CDS) or Artemisia annua. The Methylene Blue is “excited” by the wavelength of the red light, and then is stimulated to release ROS either in the form of singlet oxygens or hydroxyl radicals. These ROS can then kill pathogens or target other toxins throughout the body. 


To use Methylene Blue with red light therapy, take the appropriate dose according to your bodyweight (20 drops of 2% Methylene Blue is appropriate for average sized adult of 150 pounds) and then wait 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, follow the instructions above to administer the red light therapy. Do this once every 12 hours as described above. 


Note, however, that many people with lung problems are also likely to have problems with the kidneys or liver. Methylene Blue should not be used in people who have active problems with these organs, and therefore, people with lung diseases who suspect they may also have a problem with one or both of these organs should reconsider using Methylene Blue. Individuals in this situation can safely use red light therapy on its own without Methylene Blue safely, however. 


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