Papimi

Ion-induction therapy – IIT
Papimi is based on the principle of the IIT (ion-induction therapy). The mechanism of action of induced, pulsed electromagnetic oscillation does not only influence the whole organism, it also precisely affects a specific indication. The high induction power of these magnetic fields lies within the quick frequency modulation and in the enormous power output.
 

 

 

Synonyms for the IIT:

  • Electrically pulsating magnetic field therapy
  • High pulse therapy (HIT)
  • Non-invasive induction therapy (NIIT)
  • High frequency therapy
  • Pulsating magnetic field treatment
  • Magnetic field therapy
  • Cell therapy
  • Electromagentic therapy
  • Pulsed magnetic field therapy
  • PEMF

How does the ion-induction with papimi work?
Without direct contact with the body, the induced voltage influences the energy balance of the somatic cells (mitochondria). This elevates the potential of the membrane (electroporation). As a matter of principle, the effect is athermal.

History
The Greek physicist and mathematician, Prof. DDr. Panos T. Pappas, is the inventor of papimi. Trigger for the development of this high-end device was the observation of a spontaneous recovery from a chronic illness after being hit directly by a lightning.

In 1987, Pappas started his research on physical reactions within somatic cells. His observations led to a series of new discoveries about the foundation of all living organisms and about the positive effects of papimi on the biochemical and electrical processes in the somatic cell.

 

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