What Are Ions and Why Are They Important?

Sherrlyn Christmas-John

Sherrlyn Christmas-John

Help is on
the way

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American spends 93% of their life indoors. Which looks like this:
87% of their life is indoors, then another
6% of their life is in automobiles.

That’s only 7% of your entire life outdoors. Staggering numbers to think about when you realize how much more indoor air is polluted than outdoor air in general. Of course, if outdoor concentrations of smoke are a factor, it complicates the matter even more. (1)
The EPA stated that “concentrations of some pollutants are often 2 to 5 times higher and occasionally more than 100 times (2)— higher than outdoor levels. (3)

IONS come
to life

First of all, it works like this… you are bombarded by an excess of positive ions every day in offices, schools, factories, shopping malls and of course, electronics such as computers and cell phones. All of those positive ions are not really positive. They in turn produce negative results that affect our brain & body.

It’s the negative ions you want. They’re hidden in the spray of fast-moving water. Those plummeting waterfalls are more than breathtaking—they’re health-generating. You don’t need a science class to know, the negative ions we’re talking about are oxygen atoms that have picked up an extra electron, thus the negative charge.

Negative Ions Give Positive Results = Happy & Healthy

To recover from the toxic environment of our daily lives, you need a good dose of negative ions to breathe in. According to Pierce J. Howard, PhD, author of The Owners Manual for the Brain, these negative ions generate an increased flow of oxygen to the brain which can make you more alert and energetic while decreasing drowsiness.

Here are some easy things you can do to increase the outdoor “IONS” your body needs. Take a look at what you may have been missing that is at your fingertips!
We should very frequently expose ourselves to places with very high concentrations (tens of thousands) of negative ions such as these:











Here are just some of the enormous benefits of negative ion charged environments. Negative ions help to:

Increased Physical Energy

Support Adrenal Health by helping lower stress hormones

Detoxify Impurities from The Skin and Lymph by Deeply Penetrating The Skin

Reduce Inflammation by Defusing Excess Positive Electrons

Lessen Chronic Pain

Balance the Nervous System

Combat Free Radicals in Bloodstream

Normalize Biological Rhythms Such as Circadian

Eliminate Jet Lag

Relieve Headaches and Muscle Tension

Provide Protection from Emfs (Electromagnetic Frequencies)

Elevate A Sense of Well-Being

Enhance Mood (Think... A Natural Anti-Depressant)

Enhance Mental Clarity by Increasing Oxygen Flow To The Brain

Achieve Better Rest and Sleep

The power and knowledge of “Nature’s ION’S” can be a strong health-promoting asset to utilize! The healing power of God’s creation can quite literally benefit every single cell in your body. I love having the knowledge to take advantage of what might otherwise be overlooked. If you would simply like to jump-start your health with a dose of “ION’s”


You see, when it comes to your health, you’re in charge. You will make a food choice every day and what you choose adds up. It will affect how you think, sleep and move. All the extra tools, like ION therapy, are just that – to give your body a boost and help you be your best.

What do you think? Were you aware of the great benefits of IONS before and how you could utilize them? 


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