NOGIER FREQUENCIES BENEFITS
292 Hz – Cellular Vitality
Resonates with Ectoderm (outermost tissue) that forms:
skin, glands, nerves, eyes, ears, teeth, brain and spinal cord Assists in wound healing, Repair of the skin, Nerve repair, reduces scar tissue, reduces inflammation, and Reduces tumors.
584 Hz – Nutritional Metabolism
Resonates with Endoderm (innermost tissue) that forms:
Lungs, Bladder, Urethra, Lining of the intestinal tract, Liver, Thyroid Gland, Thymus Gland, Auditory Tube, Gall Bladder, Pancreas Improves nutritional assimilation, Balances the parasympathetic nervous system and can Alleviate allergy problems.
1,168 Hz – Movement
Resonates with Mesoderm (middle tissue) that forms Connective tissue:
Ligaments, Tendons cartilage, Muscle and Bone, Heart, Testes, Cortex of the Adrenal Gland, Blood, Kidneys, Lymph vessels, Spleen, Pain in muscles, skeletal or myfacial areas and the Ovaries.
2,336 Hz – Coordination
Coordinates the two sides of the brain and Reduces stress
4,672 Hz – Nerves
Pain, Spinal Cord, Skin Disorders
Resonates with the spinal cord and the peripheral nervous system:
The spinal cord carries the messages of the central nervous system from the brain to all other parts of the body.
The peripheral nervous system extends from the central nervous system. These nerves extend to the outermost areas of the body – to the organs, limbs and skin. Veterinary experience:
Reduces excess calcification such as bone spurs and arthritic joints
73 Hz – Emotional Reactions
Balance Hormones, Muscles Spasms, Facial Pain, Headaches, Depression,
Healing of non-healing bone fractures, Balance thalamus and hypothalamus – two major body control centers Resonates with the subcortical or lower regions of the brain: Speech, Hormones balance, Unconscious reactions/reflexes, Memory Veterinary experience: Improves circulation
146 Hz – Intellectual Organization
Memory, Psychological Disorders, Nervousness and worry
Resonates with the cerebral cortex of the brain:
Thinking, Imagining, Creating Veterinary experience: Reduces inflammation and scar tissue on tendons and ligaments.