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Air negative ionizers

Discussion in 'Alternative Therapies' started by ramakentesh, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. ramakentesh

    ramakentesh Senior Member

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    Anyone had any experience with these - do they seem to help through negative ions?
     
  2. acrosstheveil

    acrosstheveil Senior Member

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    i am interested in some feedback as well. My room has recently been exposed to a small amount of toxic mold and when I killed it I think it released a bunch of extremely toxic mycotoxins. My ears are ringing, i have breakouts all over, bloated, and I think I've been on the verge of anaphylaxis the past few days.
     
  3. wintersky

    wintersky

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    I have an air filter Negative Ioniser that rates at 10M/cm2 & I use it within 0.5 metre for up to 8 hours when sleeping at night. I've been using it for good facial skin (pimples reduction) & improving lung characteristics. It elevates mood dramatically (even though I do not have depression), increases energy levels, lung breathing capacity, creates/circulates lung mucus so strongly I wake up in the middle of night due to mucus overflow

    Good Day,
    Wintersky
     
  4. Hanna

    Hanna Senior Member

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    Jerusalem, Israel
    Bought one in august. So far, no positive results.
     

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