1: WHAT IS COLOR THERAPY?
Color therapy is the use of color to assist the body in its natural ability to balance itself. Color
is energy that is measured in waves or frequencies. When introduced to the body the body energy synchronizes with the light
energy. When the body is out of balance you could liken it to a radio that is not tuned in. Adding color is like turning
the dial and clearing up the reception.
2: WHAT IS COLOR THERAPY EYEWEAR ®?
We are the first and original company to provide non-prescription colored glasses designed to provide
light energy to the system in an easy and affordable format. They come in 9 colors (and various styles), and each color or
frequency is believed to correspond to the endocrine system and a specific frame of mind or emotion. They comply with
FDA standards for sunglass safety and impact resistance.
3: HOW DOES IT WORK?
Color therapy glasses allow light to enter your eyes through each particular color. Light is converted
by your eyes into electricity (photocurrent) which powers our entire system.
4: HOW DO I KNOW WHICH COLOR TO CHOOSE?
Refer to the color chart (on colorthoughts or order pages - links below) for
this information. Each color is believed to correspond to the endocrine system and to a particular emotional state. Choose
the color that corresponds to the area of the body or emotional state you wish to address.
5: HOW LONG SHOULD I WEAR THEM?
10 to 30 minutes per color, per day.
6: DO I NEED TO BE OUTSIDE TO WEAR THEM?
No, natural sunlight is excellent but any light source will work well too.
**USE CAUTION WHEN MOVING ABOUT AS SOME OF THE COLORS ARE VERY DARK AND ALTER YOUR ENVIRONMENT. **
7: HOW MANY COLORS CAN I WEAR EACH DAY?
You may use all the colors or just one. Looking through a number of glasses is safe because they are
the same frequencies you get from sunlight.
8: CAN I OVERDO IT?
Moderation in all things is a perfect rule of thumb. There can be too much of a good thing, so stick
to the 10 to 30 minutes per day rule.
9: CAN IT HURT ME?
We do not know of any instance when a person has been injured from the use of color therapy.