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   Posted 2/23/2010 10:10 PM (GMT -7)   
anyone know about biomat for lyme? is this like infrared sauna ?

I saw it says amythist ?? anyone have ever experience this mat?
hep c , lyme
Dad has lyme

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   Posted 2/27/2010 11:49 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi bucci,

I am not familiar with the biomat but I think our HW member, named GWB, recently used one at the Hansa clinic run by Dr Jernigan. Maybe you can post to him directly about it?

Best wishes, bablymers mom

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   Posted 2/28/2010 6:51 AM (GMT -7)   
Yes, I used the biomat at the Hansa Center.

The biomati provides detoxification and restoration of fluid viscosity and core body warmth through variable infrared heat and negatively-charged ions from amethyst crystals. (copied from Hansa Center website.)

They use the biomat on the massage table and the also have what's called Lux Theapy:

This photo-matrix therapy incorporates over a dozen gemstones and minerals which are transduced into electromagnetic energy as well as using light, color, and frequency modulation to cause profound restorative and healing effects in the body, mind, and spirit. Gemstones were used to optimize the human heart's receptivity to hearing and communicating with God in the Bible in Levitcus.

These are great healing tools and really helped me a lot. I plan to go back to the Hansa Center this week for follow-up and treatments. Can't wait to get the Lux Therapy, along with all the other wonderful treatments they offer.


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   Posted 2/4/2014 5:29 PM (GMT -7)   
I bought one about 2 months ago. I first bought the biomat pro, but I then wanted the mini, because there is no 1 hours setting (recommended maximum for detoxing). So I was using it in the morning, since every single time, even in the low setting would me make fall asleep, and I didn't want to "waste" an extra hour a day. But waking up an extra hour earlier to change the setting to the highest heat, would interrupt my sleep, and would make me waste some time too. I figure at least with the biomat mini I would use while doing things on my laptop. I'm petite, and both didn't make me sweat that much at all, with the mini barely anything, and not while I used it in the chair. I didn't care about costumer service either, they didn't send me notifications for 3 out of 4 items I order with them. I had to be on top of their things for like half the time. I don't recommend it over all, because of the price and that I didn't seem much change.

-The only thing that has made me wake up refreshed [now I don't noticed it much anymore, but still better than before
-my mild depression is gone
-the first few days made me feel more productive
-I don't feel like I have any stress whatsoever, very good for stress
-makes you fall asleep, but I only fell comfortable on the ions setting
-my mild anxiety is mostly gone
-my immune system might have improved and skin tone too maybe

-mild to moderate benefits
-I don't recommend getting the waterproof cover for sweating, because it hardly made me sweat
-it didn't improve my sleep

I recommend hyperbaric oxygen therapy more than the biomat.

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   Posted 2/4/2014 8:59 PM (GMT -7)   
I have one and it gets used a lot. My daughter likes it on the high heat and will usually spend an hour on it. The first time she did it she was sweating a lot, but not much since, so I don't know what the deal is with that. I always fall asleep on it and feel better the rest of the day. The week I used it every day caused some herxing.

/ This is the best trial period I saw. I emailed him with a couple of questions and he answered me pretty quick.

If I put a blanket over myself, I soak up more heat. We like them because we're not enclosed with heat building up around our heads.
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