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Ionic Footbaths

Experience the Ionic Footbath

Ionic footbaths are a hydrotherapy detox system which uses stainless steel electrodes. Ionic hydrotherapy may help the body to cleanse, balance and enhance the bio-energy [the vital energy force present in the breath of bodily fluids]. This energy is the electro-magnetic force that is stored within the body and utilized by our cells. Chinese medicine refers to this energy as the "chi".

While the ionic body cleanse is widely used to increase energy [both physical and mental energy], vitality, and stamina, at the same time, it helps the body to purge [detoxify] toxins, chemicals, radiation, pollution, synthetics, and other foreign material trapped in the skin layers that have clogged up the body's systems of elimination. Testimonies of different clients have reported helping the body in removing yeast and liver detoxification, which results in less body fluid retention, reduced inflammation, improved memory, a more balanced pH, a stronger immune system and significant pain relief, including headaches, gout and arthritis pain.


Some Ionic Footbath Benefits

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  • Cleanse & detoxification for liver, & kidneys
  • Significant pain relief
  • Purged heavy metals
  • Improved memory and sleep
  • Increase in energy
  • Reduced stress
  • Enhances immune system
  • Internal cleansing

As believed in Reflexology, each foot is actually a channel, a conduit, through which your body attempts to cleanse itself of toxic wastes and heavy metals that are building up in many parts of your body. This process results in the correct frequency required for cells to waste that has been bonded to them over the years.

Ions are atoms or molecules that have lost or gained electrons. If the atoms or molecules lose electrons, they become positively charged ions. If they gain electrons, they become negatively charges ions. The proportion of hydrogen ions in a solution allows us to measure the PH (potential hydrogen) of the solution.

Water has an almost perfect balance of positive and the negative ions. The positively charged ions are hydrogen ions (H+) and negatively charged ions are hydroxide ions.

What this all means is that water is perhaps the greatest tool for healing on this planet.

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