LightpathLED Pulse Large Review

Use the LightpathLED Pulse Large

This device has the red and infrared wavelengths suitable for these therapies:

  1. wrinkles
  2. scars
  3. wounds
  4. pain relief
  5. arthritis
  6. inflammation
  7. exercise recovery
  8. tendinitis
  9. cellulite
  10. testosterone

How to View the LightpathLED Pro Large

Use this link to go to the LightpathLED page for the Pro LargeOpens in a new tab. red light therapy panel. Use code REDOpens in a new tab. for a 5% discount.

Also mentioned in this article (these links open at MitoRedLight.com and LightpathLED.com):

the Mito Red Light MitoPRO 1500 panel. Use code REDOpens in a new tab. for a 5% discount there as well

the LightpathLED Blue Mini, use code REDOpens in a new tab. for 5% off

the LightpathLED Blue Tabletop, use code REDOpens in a new tab. for 5% off

Who Should Use the LightpathLED Pulse Large (Primary Goals)

The Pulse Large is particularly good for muscle pain and exercise recovery.

The Pulse Large has more range of healing possibility than any other panel I recommend.

The Pulse Large is for wrinkle reduction, pain relief, and inflammation reduction.

With 5 bioactive wavelengths and 10,000 pulsation frequencies, the Pulse Large is for the cutting-edge biohacker and those who seek the best possible answer to their goals.

before and after wrinkle reduction therapy
Use red and infrared for wrinkle therapy.

The Pulse’s wavelengths spread across the absorbable spectrum, increasing your likelihood of reducing pain, easing inflammation, and reducing wrinkles.

How 10,000 Pulse Options Makes You Feel Better

The insane 10,000 pulsing options are a biohacker’s dream.

The pulsation presets mean you don’t have to know anything about pulsation to get extreme benefits, but you can biohack a new pulse every day.

The 10 Hz and 40 Hz pulsation improve brain functioning.

These wavelengths are excellent for muscle soreness from pregnancy weight.

The Nogier frequencies accelerate skin and muscle healing.

The Pulse gets more biological energy factories (mitochondria) back into production. This empowers the cells to repair damage and rebuild tissue. It gives energy to skin, muscles, and the brain.

As the energy multiplies, so does the blood vessel dilation.

More blood flows as the Pulse detaches nitric oxide from the mitochondria to widen the arteries. The blood now brings nutrition and oxygen to damaged tissue for more repair and rebuilding.

LightpathLED Pulse Large Review Suggested Uses:

LightpathLED Pulse Large is Ideal for: Because its wavelengths:
quicker exercise recovery reduces inflammation
pain relief these wavelengths have an analgesic effect, and reducing inflammation should reduce pain
arthritis relief Multiple studies on osteoarthritis of the knee show that these wavelengths reduce knee pain. That would apply to any type of osteoarthritis.
reduced inflammation Chronic inflammation happens when the body does not know to shut off the immune response. Red light therapy appears to signal to the body that an overactive immunity is undesired, and inflammation calms down.
tendinitis relief The wrap’s wavelengths were shown in studies to reduce the discomfort of tendinitis. Researchers theorize that the inflammation reduction is part of it, but there is also evidence of tissue repair from the red light therapy.
cellulite and wrinkle reduction The red wavelength is a popular one in the studies for reducing the skin issues common with aging, including cellulite and wrinkles. Red stimulates collagen and elastic, which plump up and tighten the skin.
testosterone stimulation There’s not as much science on testosterone increases using red light therapy as there is for other goals. What there is, however points to the wavelengths in this device’s range as bioactive for testosterone stimulation.

Who Should Use the LightpathLED Pulse Large (Secondary Goals)

Secondary goals are those for which the wavelengths are appropriate, but the device might not be ideal.

Wrinkles are optional
Use this panel to replace wrinkles with collagen (and elastin)

For example, a hat with red light is ideal for hair growth. The hat fits the lights to the head, leaving no room to lose photon energy. A hat is portable, and wavelengths in the red range are good for hair growth.

A panel might have the same wavelengths as a hair growth hat, but does not fit on the head. Therefore, “hair growth” is a secondary goal for a panel. As long as you have the panel, it might work for this goal.

LightpathLED’s Wavelengths also support these goals However the idea device type for this therapy is:
Alzheimers, Parkinson’s, Mild Cognitive Impairment symptom reduction a headset, a helmet or an intranasal light
belly fat reduction a neoprene pad
acne reduction a red light therapy device with red, infrared and blue wavelengths
hair growth a helmet or hat

Where to Put the Pulse Large

Put the Pulse on the floor, the door, the wall or a stand.

Use a picture frame anchor to hang it on the wall. Use the Horizontal stand to use the Pulse lying down.

Use the Vertical stand to use the Pulse standing up. The stands allow you to wheel the red light therapy panel out of the way and back into use.

Pulse Large Panel Wavelengths

The Pulse gives you 620 nm and 660 nm red wavelengths, which relieve skin issues such as wrinkles and redness.

Rectangular metal box with 78 blue lights
LightpathLED Blue Tabletop. Click the image to view the Blue at LightpathLED.com (Use code RED for 5% off)
Silver box with six red lights and 10 other bulbs
LightpathLED Blue Mini. Click the image to view the Blue at LightpathLED.com (use code RED for 5% off)

If you add blue light from the Blue Tabletop or Blue Mini, the Pulse transforms into an ideal acne therapy light. (view my review and guide of the Blue TabletopOpens in a new tab., and view the Blue devices at Lightpathled: TabletopOpens in a new tab. and MiniOpens in a new tab.). USE CODE RED FOR 5% OFF.

The Pulse’s 810 nm, 850 nm and 930 nm infrared wavelengths spread across the absorbable range to ensure more photons trigger energy and healing. The infrared light

  • reduces inflammation
  • quiets arthritis pain
  • reduces wrinkles
  • reduces redness

How to Use the Pulse Large’s Pulsation Options for Brain Work

The Pulse gives you 10,000 pulsation options. The presets automatically choose studied frequencies for easy healing.

Human brain
Several studies confirm that certain wavelengths of light make it through the obstacles to the brain. The Pulse’s wavelengths are amonth those that reach the gray matter.

The 10 Hz pulse entrains the brain’s neurons to fire at a rate of 10 times per second. The red and infrared light pulsed at 10 Hz clears brain fog. People with brain injury responded with less depression and anxiety in the published studies and case reports.

The 40 Hz pulse entrains the brain to fire 40 times per second. People with dementia often lack natural neuron firing at this rate. Raising the 40 Hz brainwaves correlates with better mood, a desire to socialize, and less crankiness.

Woman leaning over toward woman in wheelchair
Light therapy helps the caregiver, too. Patients have less pain, brain fog, memory loss, anxiety and depression. That takes the burden of these effects off the caregiver.

The dementia studies and case reports using red and infrared at 40 Hz reduced dementia severity by orders of magnitude. “Severe” dropped to “medium” dementia, based on the mini mental status exam (MMSE) and the Alzheimer’s Cognitive Assessment (ADAS-Cog) standardized tests.

LightpathLED Pulse Large Specifications

Device Type Panel
How to Carry Device door/wall mount (included), floor, horizontal stand (extra), vertical stand (extra)
Dimensions 40 x 12 x 3
Modular Panels stack and connect together
Power Power cord
Wavelengths 620 nm, 660 nm, 810 nm, 850 nm, 930 nm
Isolated Wavelengths 620, 660 Red, or 810, 850, 930 Infrared, or all five
Bulbs 255
Flicker None
EMF at 0 inches unknown
EMF at 6 inches zero
Weight 23 lb.
Warranty 3 years
Returns 60 days
Restocking fee $0
Session time 10-15 minutes

Protection from Unwanted Artifacts and Brightness

The LightpathLED Pulse Large has no unwanted electromagnetic fields (EMFs) at 6 inches distance. The Pulse is very bright, so you will probably want to wear the goggles.

Stacking and Connecting Modular Red Light Therapy Panels

You can connect multiple Pulse panels together to daisy chain their electric power, and then put only one plug into the wall.

The LightpathLED Pulse Large is modular, meaning it connects to other Pulse red light therapy devices. The company sells the Pulse as a single panel, as a Dual Combo (two panels) and as a Quad Combo (four panels). The Dual and Quad come with a modular stand.

Red Light Therapy Panel Comparisons

While there is a company selling a device with features similar to the Pulse, I personally do not care for the way they treat customers and fellow vendors.

Therefore, I will not be comparing the LightpathLED Pulse to its most obvious competitor.

Comparison to MitoPro 1500

Large panel full of hundreds of red lights
Mito Red Light Pro 1500

The MitoPro is a solid red light therapy panel that I do recommend. The problem here is that this is like comparing the the high school science project winner with a SpaceX rocket. They’re each good at what they do, and we’re not comparing apples to apples.

There just are no other devices out there that can do what the LightpathLED Pulse Large can do, short of the one I refuse to discuss because I believe their corporation is not fair with people.

The LightpathLED Pulse is the only red light therapy device I recommend that has this range of features.

Wavelength Comparison

The LightpathLED Pulse has fiver wavelengths. There are two reds and three infrareds. The 930 nm is a special addition that I have only seen from LightpathLED. It ensures a greater amount of photon energy reaching the mitochondria.

LightpathLED’s own Pro Large has the same wavelength options, without the 10,000 pulsation features you get with the Pulse large.

The Mito Red Light MitoPRO 1500 offers a solid four wavelengths that are just shy of being as good as LightpathLED’s offering.

  • LightpathLED Pulse: 620 nm, 660 nm, 810 nm, 850 nm, 930 nm
  • LightpathLED Pro: 620 nm, 660 nm, 810 nm, 850 nm, 930 nm
  • Mito Red Light MitoPRO 1500: 630 nm, 660 nm, 830 nm, 850 nm

Pulsation Comparison

The LightpathLED Pulse has 10,000 pulse options. The LightpathLED Pro and the Mito Red Light MitoPRO have no pulse options.

LightpathLED Pulse: 0-10,000 Hz with five presets

LightpathLED Pro: none

Mito Red Light MitoPRO: none

Business Comparison

LightpathLED and Mito Red Light have the same policies. You have 2 months to return a light, there is no restocking fee, and you get a 3 year warranty.

  • LightpathLED: 60 day returns, no restocking fee, 3 year warranty
  • Mito Red Light: 60 day returns, no restocking fee, 3 year warranty

Coupons and Discounts

Use code RED at either vendor for 5% off your purchase.

Pros and Cons of the LightpathLED Pulse Large

The Pulse panel has more features that any therapy than any device I recommend.

You’re just not going to get a better return policy, warranty, wavelength and pulse option combination inĀ  another reputable light.

LightpathLED purchases come with free consultation with Scott Kennedy, light therapy expert and all-around great guy. He will not let you fail with your new light.

If you can think of a “con” for the pros and cons, please shoot me an email on the contact page.

LightpathLED Returns and Warranties

LightpathLED has a 100% refund with no-questions-asked return policy, making it easy to try the Pulse Large panel without risk. You have 60 days to return the panel for a full refund.

Use the panel light for 50 days and then decide whether it has helped you. There is no restocking fee, and the panel has a 3-year warranty.

Conclusion

The Pulse Large reaches more cells, increasing the likelihood of healing and pain relief. This is the cutting-edge biohacker’s red light therapy panel, and for those who insist on the top-of-the-line.

Get 5% off your LightpathLED using code “RED”, go to LightpathLED.comOpens in a new tab. for this discount.

 

Caroline Bogart

I research the bloody hell out of everything that interests me, then translate it into blog posts to solidify my knowledge and share the information.

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