This article discusses old.oval.bio’s triumverate approach to nanobubble oxygen therapy in conjunction with red light therapy.
This is a repository for the notes for the wavelengths
This is a repository for the initial research on red light therapy
This is a repository on three important articles of study regarding melatonin (not all the articles we looked at regarding melatonin)
This is a repository of all articles related to ATP and RLT.
The following is a repository of important nanobubble studies and notes on the studies.
This article discusses why our wavelengths used in red light therapy provide the most efficacious experience to the user.
This article discusses how red light therapy works scientifically, and on a cellular level
At first glance, the inclusion of melatonin as the fourth supplement might come as a surprise, given its well-known role in promoting sleep. This hormone is naturally produced by the pineal gland, particularly in conditions of low light detection, and its discovery dates back to 1958 when American physician Aaron B. Lerner identified it at […]
The first supplement we will be exploring is Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10). The two forms are ubiquinone and ubiquinol and they will be compared in this post!
This article will review the current, widely available methods of oxygen therapy in the market (notably hyperbaric oxygen therapy, microbubbles, and nanobubbles) and old.oval.bio’s triumvirate approach to oxygen therapy. Specifically, it will compare their safety, efficacy, cost and time of care, among other important variables.
This article discusses how users themselves can optimize their red light experience and gain the most from the therapy