The vagus nerve is the longest cranial nerve extending from the brainstem to the abdomen, by way of multiple organs including the heart, esophagus, and lungs. According to the scientist’s observations stimulating the vagus nerve resulted in the immune system functioning properly and fighting diseases such as Chrohn’s disease and Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Panag Multitherapy, uses a special probe that placed under the tongue transmits a special frequency to the hypoglossal nerve which innervates the vagus nerve. Diseases that are related to immune system malfunction show great improvement with the use of Panag. The treatment with the Panag device is safe since it has been licensed by the FDA (USA) and it has no side effects. It can be used very successfully in combination with other medicines. For example cancer patients may use Panag in combination with chemotherapy to lessen the bad side effects of chemotherapy.
The most recent research by world reputable institutions points to the fact that there is a definite interaction between the nervous and the immune systems. These institutes, to name but a few are:
- Imperial College London
- US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health
- The Journal of Experimental Medicine
- Brainimmune a Resource Bridging Neuroscience and Immunology
“Neural reflex circuits regulate and optimize organ function, including immune responses. The emerging field of bioelectronic medicine holds promise, and it is possible that nerve stimulators will be part of the standard treatment for select inflammatory diseases in a not very distant future.”
 Eva Sundman , Peder S. Olofsson, “Neural control of the immune system” Advances in Physiology Education Published 1 June 2014 Vol. 38 no. 2.
Panag Multitherapy is not intended to diagnose, cure or prevent any diseases. Stopping any existing prescribed medical treatment must only be done in consultation with your health care practitioner.