Red is a strong physical stimulant that will help restore vitality, courage, and self-confidence. Red activates blood circulation and the sympathetic nervous system. It is great for sports when you need to be aggressive or break through a plateau.
Associated organs/systems: Adrenal
Use red to treat:
- Esotropia (eye turning in)
- Miotic pupils
Orange stimulates the emotional center in order to bring about a renewed sense of enthusiasm for life. It strengthens the metabolism and is used for lung problems like asthma or bronchitis.
Associated organs/systems: Reproductive, kidneys, bladder
Use orange to treat:
- Aching muscles
- Digestive problems
- Urinary incontinence
Yellow is very advantageous for the nerves and brain, creating a sharpening of mental abilities. Yellow affects the nutritional organs and can influence insulin levels. It eliminates shadows while playing sports.
Associated organs/systems: Pancreas, liver, stomach, spleen, gall bladder, muscles
Use yellow to treat:
- Motor dysfunction
- Multi-tasking problems
- Athletic performance
Green is a strong healing color and can be used to soothe irritation, bring balance, and promote healing and growth. It tends to have a stabilizing effect while creating a sense of peace within.
Associated organs/systems: Thymus
Use green to treat:
- Back problems
Blue decreases blood pressure and heart rate. It is the coolest color and stands for rest, relaxation, sleep, regeneration, and communication. It helps in stimulating learning and encouraging new thought processes.
Associated organs/systems: Thyroid
Use blue to treat:
- Memory & focusing problems
- Exotropia (eye turning out)
Violet is the highest frequency and is considered an inspiring and spiritual energy. It assists in stimulating dream activity and helps the body assimilate nutrients and minerals.
Associated organs/systems: Pineal
Use violet to treat:
- Mental problems
- Severe headaches
- Vision problems
- Lack of motivation
Clear is the best lens to use with autistic children in the early stages of treatment.
Smoke offers no color therapy, keeping one in a neutral field. It may be used as a sunglass lens.