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Re: Ionic detoxification foot bath scam explained by a manufacturer
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Re: Ionic detoxification foot bath scam explained by a manufacturer

Take a chill pill stridar! Not everyone quotes out of date info like you do, check into things and you'll find that everything that you think you know is wrong. But you probably get that a lot so you probably are immune to it.

OK, now on for a response to the question about the site, here is a link to the interview with Mary Staggs:

I found it just now by doing a google search on: mary staggs ionic detoxification, earlier I had come across it while looking for info to explain to my wife that there really were no toxins in the ionic detoxification unit which her chiropractor used on her.

Stridar you may want to check it out too, she goes into how the colors in the water don't mean anything, plus the colors appear regardless of the presence of feet etc. Not that you really want to know or anything. Just be honest enough to stop selling sessions if you are doing that.


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