Discussion:
How Foot Detox Works
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detox
2004-01-11 16:40:13 UTC
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firstly, i must say im appalled at the fact that you are posting on a subject you actually know nothing about.

the question that appears first in my mind is have you actually tried the treatment out?

secondly, the machine does not just produce a rusty colour! the rusty colour of which you are referring to shows up that the client has got toxins around their joints.
the colours the water can change to are endless and represent certain areas of the body of which are affected by the build up of toxins.

may i ask you to look again at what you have written, then go and have the treatment done yourself. at this point then come back to me and tell me what you think of the treatment.

i myself am a complimentary health therapist who specialises in the treatments of Aqua Detox.

i am afraid you may be just too skeptical to have posted this subject and suggest that before you post something else like this you study further into what you are claiming to be a scam.
pastoral
2004-02-24 18:42:42 UTC
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I suggest that proponents of the detox treatment look at the myriad of litigation claims now being formulated in the USA over the side effects of uncontrolled electrolysis/foot detox. There is absolutely no biological or physiological way in which the body can excrete solutions through the skin unless it is part of the normal excretory process ie urination or sweating.The only way in which we may excrete solutions through the skin is at death when the osmotic potential of the skin is lost.
joe4321
2004-12-02 21:15:51 UTC
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I have used the body cleanse machine. Afterwards I feel wonderful. The
individual who posted this topic is ignorant. He does not have his facts
correct:

1: The salt is to match the Ph of the water with the Ph of your body. The
Ph of water is usually 7, with slight variations caused by evironment,
additives, etc. The Ph of most people is 7.14, slightly acidic.

2: The "array" or electrodes that go in the water with an ioncleanse
machine are made of stainless steel, so it won't do much good to duplicate
the experiment with a fast rusting steel.

3: Electrolysis causes the water to ionize, the bubbles you see is the
water losing particles of, usually hydrogen, which results in ionization.
In your body there are millions of free radicals and ions, they move in
and out of cells through osmosis, that is the inside of the cell has a
different charge that the outside, so particles move the area of lesser
concentration. The water is so highly ionized to either a positive field
or a negative field that it pulls these free radicals into the water.

4: More colors are created than just rust. At first the color is yellow
and it smells like urine, this is typical of people who do not drink
enough water to allow their kidneys to function. Black flecks are common
from people who drink a lot of soda from a can. White cheese like
particles can also be present, this is yeast (never seen that in rust).
Green can also be present from people with toxin in the Gallbladder (never
seen that in rust either).
joe4321
2004-12-02 21:17:09 UTC
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I have used the body cleanse machine. Afterwards I feel wonderful. The
individual who posted this topic is ignorant. He does not have his facts
correct:

1: The salt is to match the Ph of the water with the Ph of your body. The
Ph of water is usually 7, with slight variations caused by evironment,
additives, etc. The Ph of most people is 7.14, slightly acidic.

2: The "array" or electrodes that go in the water with an ioncleanse
machine are made of stainless steel, so it won't do much good to duplicate
the experiment with a fast rusting steel.

3: Electrolysis causes the water to ionize, the bubbles you see is the
water losing particles of, usually hydrogen, which results in ionization.
In your body there are millions of free radicals and ions, they move in
and out of cells through osmosis, that is the inside of the cell has a
different charge that the outside, so particles move the area of lesser
concentration. The water is so highly ionized to either a positive field
or a negative field that it pulls these free radicals into the water.

4: More colors are created than just rust. At first the color is yellow
and it smells like urine, this is typical of people who do not drink
enough water to allow their kidneys to function. Black flecks are common
from people who drink a lot of soda from a can. White cheese like
particles can also be present, this is yeast (never seen that in rust).
Green can also be present from people with toxin in the Gallbladder (never
seen that in rust either).
caddilac
2005-01-05 02:26:49 UTC
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I'm interested in learning about the litigation in progress in USA i was
introduced to a business opportunty but this site got me concerned.I
apprecciate anyone help.
caddilac
2005-01-12 01:16:41 UTC
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PLEASE PLEASE ANYONE
Did anybody care about doing some test on the water after the treatment?I
do Know the potential risk for people have this treatment done,HEALTH AND
FINANCIAL.Theory is not the answer to this consumer need fact and be alert
for possible negative outcome.I wonder why no one as allerted the
authority, to investigate this scam, if it is a scam.I'am not interested
the claim manufactory makes.I need fact.
jtimc7
2005-02-01 20:28:02 UTC
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I have a friend where I live who had high uranium levels in her body, as
diagnosed by her M.D. physician. The Dr. worked with her on this issue for
2 years and made no progress.

She started using the BioCleanse foot bath device and within 2 weeks her
uranium levels came down by 40%. ( ! )

I went and had a treatment with a Q2 machine and was so impressed I set
out to make one. I was able to make one for les than $100 with parts from
Radio Shack. It works! I love it and use it regularly...So there is
something to the technology..now the bogus part of the whole deal is the
pricing structure...that I agree with you on.

Best Regards,

Tim Campbell
Blatant
2005-02-08 15:57:36 UTC
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Post by jtimc7
I have a friend where I live who had high uranium levels in her body, as
diagnosed by her M.D. physician. The Dr. worked with her on this issue for
2 years and made no progress.
She started using the BioCleanse foot bath device and within 2 weeks her
uranium levels came down by 40%. ( ! )
I went and had a treatment with a Q2 machine and was so impressed I set
out to make one. I was able to make one for les than $100 with parts from
Radio Shack. It works! I love it and use it regularly...So there is
something to the technology..now the bogus part of the whole deal is the
pricing structure...that I agree with you on.
Best Regards,
Tim Campbell
Has anyone bothered to do any kind of research on these devices.. There
are probably about 15 of these devices on the market around the world,
if not more.. starting with the Q2 ENERGYspa in 1996, and from there it
just becomes a little blurred, I think then the Aqua-Chi, bio-cleanse,
ion-cleanse, platium detox, Aqua Detox, MEDEC detox in whatever order
they appeared on the market, most of which rip off copies off each other
with their own little spin on whatever effect and efficiency their minds
would conjure up.

I personally believe that any form of electrolysis affects the already
present Bio-Energy in water, but to what degree is uncertain. Similar
small bubbles can be achieved just using two small electrodes, or shall
we say two nails in a bucket of water. I tried this. Its a dam deal
harder to dis-color the water without having to add a huge amounts of
salt and also increase the voltage considerably, but does that mean that
I just increase the Bio-Energy in the water.. Well who knows, there is
no device on the market yet which measures such quantity. Hence the
only thing we have to go on, is the trials and testimonials
manufacturers publish. And since most of the manufacturers of these
devices make such unbelievable claims, which do contravene most of the
FDA guidelines, It may be about time someone did get the FDA involved,
if for no other reason but to limit the bullshit being published.

In light of the fact that to say you can build you own for less than
$100, I think you just joined the other rip off copies mentioned above.
Have you got any idea of the material being used. Do you really know
what is going on in the water? can you see the field being created ? Can
you see the Bio-Energy? can you measure it?..
But by all means take you own life into your hands and stick you feet
into water with electricity. These two dont normally mix.. The
guidelines or shall we call them safety regulations around the world
although they vary a little, maintain that no more than 30Vdc should be
used. All normal spas and other water related devices must meet this.
Furthermore, such devices must meet certain regulations, which I doubt
you would do for the $100. Ok so lets say that it may cost the
manufacturer at the most $250 to $300 depending quality and regulation
requirements. You dont have advertising budget, travel allowance to go
see the people in need and I could keep going.. I just think that you
have been a little short sighted here. It takes a great deal more to
keep a company running in order to continue to supply a product.

The only reason you would add salt to the water is to increase the
conductivity of the water sufficiently for the product to function.. If
you check the Q2 website, they claim that no salt is necessary unless
using rain water where is may become necessary to add salt, due to the
lack of conductivity.

Never the less, if you believe that any of the water colors you get from
using any of these devices are due to detoxing through you feet, then
you are not thinking clearly. I am no doctor, but as far as I know, the
body's way of detoxing is through urine, sweat and other excretions. To
say all these floaty bits and what ever color is from the few pores in
you feet is ludicrous. Specially if the same color can be derived at
without having anyone in the water.. Must be magic then... Think NOT...
So Joe4321, please dont try to diagnose by the water color, that will
most certainly get the FDA's attention and besides there are just far
too many variables to allow for any form of accuracy.. There are better
means of diagnosing..

I have however seen urine tests done with considerably higher content of
heavy metals after a session with this Bio-Energy. I have also seen
before and after readings taken with devices such as the Bio-Graph,
Listen and vega machine. most of these devices do measure a difference
in the person before and after..

If you have been in a room where say a painter or farmer who has handled
poisons all their lives have their feet in water with say the Q2, you
can smell the poisons in the air and in some cases, no one else can
stand being in the same room.. So is something happening... It has
certainly convinced me.. I have personally seen golden staph gone in
less than a week on more than a few occasions, incontinence, arthritic
pain reduced, skin problems aliviated, 2nd to 3rd degree burns cleared
up with scaring, dis-coloring and even the hair on the arm grew out
again.. Wounds healing faster. In my personal opinion I dont believe
that there is really any limitation to this.. Because it would seem
that the devices only enhance the Bio-Energy without any form of
targeting any specific ailment. The body does the rest.

So please do some reading/research, find all the devices. Find out when
each of the manufacturers started to produce their product. Collect
all their testimonials, trials and other proof. If just one of these
products actually has proof, it would validate the entire industry to
the point that the FDA would probably have to create a whole new
classification for these types of devices..

I dont know about you, but my vote goes to the Q2 ENERGYspa.
With some of the shit I have seen, I would be afraid to stick my feet
anywhere else except up the ass of someone who blindly takes a
salesman's word for it and buys one of these products without doing any
form of research.

To future health or better yet prevention.

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