Ionic Footbath…Is it Worth the Time?

Ionic Foot bath – What is it and what does it do?
Claims made about foot baths and what comes out of the feet are legend – parasites, metals, toxins – you name it…but is it all  true?  What REALLY happens when you take a detox foot bath?  Research has shown that the negative ion generator is attaching the negative ions to the positively charged free radicals that cause damage in our bodies.  This paring allows these damaging particles to leave the body via the foot-bath, sweat, feces and urine for up to 48 hours after the bath.
So while the water changes colors and looks different with each person, the reaction demonstrates anecdotal evidence gathered by practitioners and not by science. Dark brown indicates liver, yellow kidneys, green gallbladder, etc.

We do know the healing is taking place at the cellular level!  In fact we have learned that there are many benefits beyond simple detox; for example, an acid pH of the urine will be elevated to alkaline after a 30 minute foot soak using an ion generator.
In an interview with Christine Adamo, Oncology specialist, she stated that she is a supporter of true ionic foot baths, and she uses them to help with the side effects of her chemotherapy patients. She teaches that it helps with their symptoms and helps them recover from cancer.
In a recent study by the Center for Research Strategies, a statistically significant reduction in aluminum and arsenic is evident after a bath. Now that is worth doing!
As it turns out, the bottoms of the feet have tiny marmi points – more portals into the body than any other part of the body!  If you don’t have access to a high quality electronic foot bath that releases negative ions, you can make a detox bath yourself.  Try out this natural footbath during the full moon while parasites are more active!

Epsom Salt Detox

1 cup Epsom Salt

1/2 cup sea salt

1 teaspoon activated charcoal

5 drops lemon, lavender, cedarwood or sandal wood and patchouli essential oil

Mix with water and pour into a hot bath.  Enjoy!

If you can get a footbath for yourself, make sure it is a good one. Email me for $100 off.