Nogier frequencies**

Thanks to VAS, Paul Nogier discovered that certain zones in the ear speculum and body react in an identical way to a range of 7 specific frequencies.


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In the 1970s, Paul Nogier found the physiological correspondence of a range of frequencies with various parts of the skin using the RAC. By stimulating the skin using light emitted by a diode and hertz by hertz adjustments, he discovered that some areas of the pinna of the ear and body react identically to specific frequencies:

A = 2,28 Hz, basal area, represents anabolism
  • Stimulation of cell work
  • Anti-inflammatory action
  • Anti-oedema action
B = 4,56 Hz, nutrition and assimilation area (metabolism)
  • Stimulation:
    • Of nutrient functions
    • Of inter-cellular exchanges
    • Of cellular cohesion
    • Of immune effects
  • Anti-allergic action
C = 9,12 Hz, kinetic area, represents movement
  • Stimulation of functions:
    • Locomotion
    • Muscle contraction
    • Those related to agonism and antagonism
    • Those related to Dopamine secretion
D = 18,25 Hz, associative area represents the link between the right and left sides of the body
  • Stimulation of inter-hemispheric fibres causing stimulation of functions relating to symmetry and laterality.
  • Action: motor activity, walking, posture
  • Action: language, mood, concentration, memory, location in space/time.

E = 36,50 Hz, distribution area represents transmission of influx between cortex and soma

  • Stimulation of spinal cord
  • Analgesic action
F = 73 Hz, sub-cortical area represents instinctive organisation
  • Stimulation of central grey nuclei
  • Healing, antidepressant action
  • Regulation of the hypothalamus and appetite
G = 146 Hz, cortical area, represents mental organisation
  • Stimulation of the cerebral cortex
  • Treatment of psychosomatic disorders
  • Treatment of chronic pain
  • Adjuvant treatment of epilepsy