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Ionic Foot Detox Bath

Ionic Foot Detox Bath

An ionic detox foot bath is a foot spa that uses water charged with positive and negative ions – electrolytes – which draw toxins in your body out through your feet through a process of exchange between the positive and negative ions in your body, and their opposite numbers in the water. It is this exchange of ions that causes the water in the ionic foot bath to change color, and the color of the water reflects the type of the toxins.

Depending on what is pulled out of your feet, the footbath will reflect various colors:

            • White particles that look like cheese: this can be yeast drawn from the body. Yeast occurs naturally in the human body, but, in excess, can become a health problem.

            • White foam: this reflects old lymph and toxins being drawn from the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system includes the lymph nodes, and is the body’s drainage system, drawing toxins away from muscles and vital organs, and storing them until they can be released.

            • Red: can reflect blood clots being dispersed within the body.

            • Orange: can indicate inflammation.

            • Yellowish green: this reflects toxins being drawn from the female reproductive system, the urinary tract, kidneys, or the prostate gland.

            • Dark green: this reflects gallbladder issues.

            • Brown: toxins being drawn from the lungs – for example, tar from cigarettes, or environmental pollutants; cellular debris.

            • Black specks: indicates heavy metal being drawn from the body.

            • Black: this reflects problems with the liver. Toxins that affect the liver include alcohol, as well as fat from red meat.

We will have the ionic foot detox baths available at our October retreat. The room where our practitioners offered the baths and the Beemer, became the hub of activity in the afternoon free time. Do you remember the movie Steel Magnolias and Truvy’s Home-Based Beauty Parlor? It was kind of like that.

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