A healthy cell needs sufficient cell membrane voltage (approx. -70mV to -90mV) in order to maintain its regulatory processes. All illnesses and injuries have one thing in common: The affected cells no longer possess or only partially possess their natural cell membrane potential.
Weakened body cells are stimulated by the ion induction field and raised to their healthy voltage potential. The cell can resume regulatory processes, exchange trace elements and produce corresponding energy molecules.
The papimi pulse is based on a power of up to 40kV and 10kA, which is relevant for the deepest possible penetration of the tissue.
IMPORTANT: Only cells whose membrane potential has decreased react to the pulses of Ion-Induction. papimi does not cause any temperature shifts in the cells.
IIT supports the natural regulation of the cell.
Ion-Induction-Therapy raises the cell membrane potential of the cell as well as the mitochondria. A healthy cell membrane voltage enables ion exchange through membrane proteins and supports regulatory biochemical cascades that are responsible for the optimal functionality and energy supply of the cell.
IIT recharges the cells.
A healthy cell needs a sufficient cell membranepotential (approx. -70mV to -90mV) to maintain its regulatory processes. If the voltage drops, this can result in pain, inflammation, oedema or ischaemia, as well as other pathologies. Weakened body cells are stimulated by the Ion-Induction field and raised to their healthy voltage potential. The cell can resume regulatory processes, exchange trace elements and produce corresponding energy molecules.
The effect of papimi viewed under the microscope
Cell conglomerates can be seen in the form of coin rolls in this blood sample. This is a typical sign of low cell membrane voltage.
This illustration shows a blood sample from the same patient after only 15 minutes of papimi therapy.
Weakened body cells are stimulated by the ion induction field and raised to their healthy voltage potential. The cell can resume regulatory processes and exchange trace elements.
papimi promotes microcirculation.
Explanations for pain reduction after using ion induction range from the increase in central β-endorphin to hyperpolarization at the motor endplate, to the promotion of local blood flow. It is interesting that current publications on pain treatment by means of PEMF increasingly point to the influences of the nitrogen monoxide system on microcirculation as the most likely cause. Corresponding observations were also made by Dr. univ. med. Dr. rer. Nat. Manfred Hartard: