What Is Ionization and Why Is It so Important

In March 1968, Le Monde reported that the presence of negative ions or ionization facilitates oxygen absorption, aids elimination of CO2 in the alveoli of the lungs, yet positive ions have precisely the opposite effect. Gases, dust, chemical fumes, all enter the body as positive ions, trapping the tiny negative ions in their large absorbent form, rendering your air technically 'dead'.

Without adequate negative ions, we're literally working ourselves to death and we don't even realize it . Yet the technology now exists to replace the body's load, to support the immune system and to promote not just a long life, but a strong and vital one.

With ionization (ionized water), you're now able to derive huge quantities of negatively charged ions as Hydroxyl ions in a micro-clustered form that will flow between cell walls and react with acid wastes that are causing energy loss, lethargy, and a predisposition to almost every major illness; all in water direct from your tap.

With the ionization of air, you'll receive ionized nitrogen and oxygen that gives itself away immediately to facilitate energy conversion and storage. The ionized nitrogen acts on your cellular communication system and dilates the blood vessels to maintain not only a strong nutrient transport system, but an efficient messaging service, allowing your body to reinstate real communication.

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