"So, now what about the different Ions charges contained in the outside air during the winter months vs the summer months?
Do you supposed these Different Charged Ions during these changes of the Seasons, when taken into the inside of these buildings could still have an effect on these inside dwellers?"
The last time I heard that you need more potassium to keep cool in the summer and more salt to stay warm in the winter. But now it's the different ions in both seasons. Is it still true that you need potassium to stay cool in the summer and salt to sty warm in the winter?
By the way, I use a ionizer in my apartment all year round. So the air can be modified. Doesn't the air ions change as it is filtered, cooled, and heated?