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Re: re: ionic foot bath?
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Published: 15 years ago
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Re: re: ionic foot bath?

I have two such devices, one for normal people and one that is for profesisonal use. The professional use is brand new used. I used the automatic one for about 30 treatments.

The COLOR of the Water is 100% FAKE, a lie used by most of those who sell these machines, the color comes from the ionic canister as it dissolves into the water. I repeat, the color is FAKE, if you see a website talking about the color and diseases, they are FAKES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Lies and don't buy anything from these types.

Otherwise, YES, I felt better after doing the foot treatments, I still feel like thy operate ass backwards and put into your feet and not from your feet....I am serious, these things dissolve into the water instead of pulling from your feet to the water, so I 100% with no questions see their info as FAKED/WRONG.

I have extra canisters for the devices I have, I don't think they are a bad thing, but I also believe 100% that you can not believe the people who make these devices, they lie about the machines in order to make the sale. A $50 device for $700 dollars and God help the fools who were conned into paying $2,000.00 for such devices, those sales people are highway robbers that need ran out of town.

I think I paid about $750 for the pro model and was given the standard model in hopes I would resell them in the USA, the one has never been used and the other lifenew because I sent later for extra canisters, which I believe cost $50 each and are suppose to last 50 treatments, so with shipping and all, I suppose I have $900 or so in the experiment. I don't see anything wrong with the devices I have, but I am not an electronic minded person and probably won't take time to do further experiements. Anyone having interest in the devices that lives in the USA, I'd be glad to sell them, they came from England and was considered the latest in design and superior to the original type machines. Anyone with interest can make me an offer by e-mail. The Pro model is designed to treat people, it is far higher powered and designed to charge the customer $50 per treatment, many chiropractors do just this in the USA and people usually get treated many, many times and believe it makes them better.


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