How Ionizers Work
The process of electrolysis
- Water ionizers run water over positive and negative electrodes in a process known as electrolysis.
- The electrodes ionize the water into negative ions and positive ions—creating acidic and alkaline water.
- Acidic water is released out of one ionizer tube, while alkaline water is shunted out of another tube. You'll know you're getting acid or alkaline output based on the water output mode that you select on the electronic LCD screen.
- Before Ionization, water molecules typically cluster in groups of 11 to 16 molecules
- What water ionizers do is break large water molecule clusters apart, creating smaller clusters of 5 to 6 molecules.
- What smaller clusters of water molecules mean for you is that the water you're drinking is microclustered, and more easily absorbed at the cellular level, which means improved hydration and detoxification, as well as improved delivery of nutrients at a cellular level.
Both alkaline and acidic water have benefits.
- Alkaline water is ideal for drinking, cleaning vegetables, and cooking. Its antioxidant properties promote health.
- Acidic water is a natural cleanser and excellent organic skin and hair toner.
- The astringent properties of acidic water in the 4.0 to 6.0 range are ideal for cleaning and toning the skin.
- Used as a rinse when washing your hair, acidic water helps the scalp, reduces tangles and gives hair a radiant shine. It also helps the hair and skin of pets.
- In higher concentrations, acidic water has strong disinfecting properties and can be used for cleaning around the house and for cleaning toothbrushes, hands, and even as a mouth wash.
Only water ionizers both clean and ionize your drinking water for better health.
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