An ion is a charged atom that has gained or lost an electron which creates a magnetic field capable of attaching to and neutralizing oppositely charged particles. These neutralized particles are extracted from the body through the process called osmosis. Osmosis is a scientific term that is used to describe the movement of particles through a membrane from an area of low concentration to an area of high concentration. In this case, the higher concentration refers to the ion field that is set up by placing the element into the water while running the unit.
The element is placed into the water between the feet while the power supply delivers a low level direct current to the element. This causes the metals within the element to combine with water and salt to generate a positively and negatively charged ion by separating oxygen and hydrogen in the water.
Blood mucus bubbles around the ionic element.
The white foam shows chemicals being pulled from the body.
A good example of a footbath pulling dead cells.
The greenish tint show that the toxins are being pulled from the gallbladder and liver.