"There is no magic involved"
"Although reflex physiology has been a field of extensive research, limited attention has been given to neural control of inflammation and immunity. However, recent advances in neuroscience and immunology have revealed that neural reflexes regulate immune system function.
These new insights have identified novel potential therapeutic targets for treatment of inflammatory disease and spawned exploration of bioelectronic medicine, i.e., therapeutic delivery of electrical impulses that activate nerves for treatment of disease."
The above findings by recent research show that the immune system can be activated by stimulating the nervous system. The Panag device uses a unique probe that is placed under the tongue thus stimulating the nerve endings.