I am not aware . Of this being a standard therapy or of any documented double blind studies verifying its benefits.
Another antioxidant? Don't believe any claims made by sellers of "nutraceuticals", "health tonics", "anti-oxidant supplements", home-health led or colored lamps, and the like, unless you see good research studies comparing 2 large groups of patients who are being treated identically except for the one "therapy" being tested. Lots of sellers market "anti-oxidants" because the word is out that "anti-oxidants" are good.