What is an Ionizer and What Are They Used For?
It would be simple if I could just tell you that an ionizer is what is used to make ionized water. Look up ionized water in a science book, however, and you’d draw blanks, as there is no scientific process called ‘water ionization’. You would be better served looking up the term water ‘electrolysis’. But even then, that doesn’t explain what is an ionizer exactly, and explains even less on what an ionizer is used for.
So what is an ionizer? And what would you use one for? An ionizer is something that can improve your health dramatically if used regularly. Got your attention now? Good, let me explain how and why.
What is an Ionizer Machine?
‘Ionization’, ‘ionize’ and ‘ionizer’ itself are terms created by the health industry to describe water that has been electrolyzed through the electrolysis process. This process is generally used to turn tap water into an extremely nourishing alkaline and antioxidant-rich water, called ionized water (also specifically termed ‘reduced’ water).
Whilst there is only one appliance that can be called a water ionizer, there are more than one type of machine that (wrongly) claim to create ionized water. This is what leads to some confusion. But the reality is that only a water ionizer machine, like the Genesis and Revelation 2 from EOS, can produce the type of water that is akin to a natural elixir for your cells and body.
What is an Ionizer Machine, exactly?
The reason that only top ionizer machines like those from EOS can produce this special type of water is because they are state-of-the-art pieces of tech. You are not going to get powerfully antioxidant ionized water from a water pitcher or by simply dropping alkaline water drops into tap water. Neither of these two processes gives you acidic water, termed ‘oxidized water’, that good water ionizers produce as well as healing ionized water.
This works by the ionizer unit being installed next to your kitchen sink, or any area where you have taps, and being hooked up to your tap water supply. Once fully installed and operational, tap water that has been fed into the unit is produced as ionized water from your tap faucet (EOS ionizers come with a faucet diverter valve, allowing you to switch back to straight tap water should you choose) whilst oxidized acidic water is produced from a
separate hose leading into your sink. Oxidized water is a great natural disinfectant, perfect for cleaning purposes. So what is an ionizer? A home appliance that can have a massive effect on your health.
What is an Ionizer’s Electrolysis Process
The central and most complex mechanism inside a water ionizer machine is its electrolysis chamber. This is where the special process of turning normal tap water into alkaline antioxidant-rich water takes place. This works by a special attachment re-directing tap water out of the faucet through a plastic hose into the ionized water unit. Inside the unit, the water is first filtered and then passed on into an electrolysis chamber equipped with a platinum-coated titanium electrode where electrolysis takes place.
Cations (positive ions) gather at the negative electrodes to create cathodic water (reduced water). Anions, negatively charged ions, gather at the positive electrode to make anodic water (oxidized water). Reduced water is what we need to drink regularly to boost our health and strengthen our resistances to disease and illness. The special electrolysis process, which mirrors nature’s methods of making spring water tremendously healthy, changes tap water to something that is alkaline and full of free-radical destroying antioxidants, and also water that is micro-clustered, the perfect property that water needs to flush toxins from the body.
And as much goodness that ionizers put into tap water, they also filter out the bad, with the 16 filtration systems found on best top models guaranteed to remove 99.99% of contaminants. I think that all this explains what is an ionizer pretty well, but to get the full picture, you need to have one in your home, and see what benefits it has on your health.
To your health,
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