Nogier Frequencies – Part 2.6 of a 7 Part Series

Nogier Frequencies – Part 2.6 of a 7 Part Series

NOGIER FREQUENCIES

“Sickness results when cells, molecules or particles of matter are out of their normal resonance or vibratory pattern. By repeatedly exposing damaged tissue to the normal resonance frequencies associated with that tissue, healing often occurs, sometimes quite rapidly.”

– Dr. Paul Nogier, French Neurologist

  • Dr. Nogier discovered that all organs of the body are in resonance with a specific frequency, and all of these frequencies are in harmony with the musical note D

  • Dr. Charles McGee conducted experiments using a light therapy device consisting of LEDs

  • LEDs pulsed at Nogier frequencies were found to have far stronger healing effects than non-pulsed LEDs

FREQUENCY F: 73 HZ

  • For Hypoactive Cellular Activity, such as nonunion fractures and chronic splints

  • Can activate Humoral and Endocrine functions

FREQUENCY G: 147 HZ

  • For reducing inflammation from infections or injuries

  • Called “universal frequency” because most problems involve inflammation at some level

FREQUENCY A: 294 HZ

  • For use on Ectodermal tissue; body openings, skin, and nerves

  • Used in the field on wounds, eye injuries, and following invasive surgical procedures

FREQUENCY B: 587 HZ

  • Most effective frequency for neuropathy, as well as for circulatory and lymphatic stimulation

  • Can be applied to the GI tract, liver, and pancreas

FREQUENCY C: 1174 HZ

  • For Mesodermal tissue, such as bone, joints, ligaments, viscera, and tendons

FREQUENCY D: 2349 HZ

  • For chronic conditions that do not respond to frequency A or C

FREQUENCY E: 4698 HZ

  • Used for pain control

  • Can aid in reducing excess calcification associated with chips, spurs, and arthritic conditions

 

Join us next time in the Physiological Need for Light series as we discuss the relationship between light and age-related illnesses such as Alzheimer’s.