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Body Cleanse Research

Below you will find two major studies, one using water analysis and the other using blood analysis. These studies are specifically related to the Body CleanseTM and reveal its ability to detox harmful chemicals from the body. Because the Body CleanseTM generates a unique Electromagnetic field during the Ionization process and the amperage setting is also specific these results cannot be implied as viable to any other ionization device. You may want to print a copy of the research studies for you and make copies to hand out to your clients.


Study #1
REID-LINE Scientific Services CC

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FLAMINGO VLEI MEMBER: G. T. Reid
Reg. No. CK 98/26906/2
E-Mail: gtr001@telkomsa.net


CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS: 1 March 2003 WATER SAMPLES: IONATOR TREATMENT
Table-1: Compounds identified in water after full Ionator Treatment procedure.


 

COMPOUNDS IDENTIFIED

Without Ionator Treatment

With Ionator Treatment

 

General information

mg/l

mg/l

Alkylbenzene Sulphonate

ND

3.2

Used in Detergents and Soaps

Alkyl phenol ethoxylates

0.2

4.5

Cationic Quaternary Ammonium

ND

2.8

Surfactants

Alkyl aryl sulphonic acid

ND

1.3

Unknown

Tri-alkyl aluminium

ND

2.2

Anti-perspirant and from Fatty Acids

Alkyl-benzene-sulphonate

ND

0.55

Unknown

Sodium Tri-polyphosphate

ND

1.2

Detergents

Methyl chloride

ND

0.8

Petroleum & Refrigeration

Naphthalene’s (Total)

ND

1.4

Insecticides & Fungicides

Benzyls (Total)

ND

0.3

Petroleum

Organic Ammonia (Total)
(R-N-RH)

 

ND

 

2.43

Normally used as raw material in agricultural industry

Calcium Phosphate
Ca (H2PO4) 2

ND

0.23

Use as raw material in various industries

Alkyl Oil (RCOOR)

ND

0.46

Suspected to be natural skin oil

Nicotine Sulphate

ND

0.08

Smoking & Contact Insecticide

Dimethoate

ND

0.08

 Aphid Insecticide

Acetaldol

ND

0.22

Used to denature alcohol

Mercaptans (R-S-R)

ND

0.08

Used to denature alcohol

Formal

ND

0.05

Plastics Industry

Phthalonitrile

ND

0.08

Dye Industry

ND = Not Detected

Please Note; This report only relates to the actual water sample supplied and analysed. No responsibility can be accepted, related to the use of these results and recommendations provided.  

  • SAMPLING
The two columns of data represent the following samples collected. Sample-1:  Feet placed in lukewarm water and left in the water for a time period of 30 minutes without implementation of Ionator treatment process. Sample-2:  Feet placed in lukewarm water and put through a complete Ionator treatment procedure.
  • DISCUSSION:
The points to take into consideration are the following:
  • Only the compounds or constituents not identified in Sample-1, but noted in Sample-2 were logged in the above analytical Table-1.  Compounds found in both samples of water were omitted from the Table-1, simply due to the fact that it can be stated that these compounds were present in any case and that it thus can be expected to be found in Sample-2.
  • Please note that the units of measurement are recorded in micro-grams per litre or parts per billion, in contrast to the previous analytical tests performed where the units were recorded in mill-grams per litre or parts per million.  In other words the concentration of compounds noted can be regarded as diminutive.
  • The literature available, related to the toxicity of the above compounds identified, mostly recorded all toxic tests and levels at concentrations in the order of mg/l.  In other words speaking in conventional medical terms, the concentration levels noted were found to be far below concentration levels of concern.
  • In contrast homoeopathically speaking the concentration levels of most of the compounds picked up can be regarded as significant.
  • For interest sake the compounds identified were linked to processes or products.  It is merely an attempt to possibly link the source of the compounds identified, but by no means is stated as a categorical fact.
  • It can however categorically be  stated that the compounds noted in Sample-2 cannot be generated via the Ionator equipment, since all surfaces (electrodes) were thoroughly cleaned before use.
  • It is my personal belief that the compounds noted in Sample-2 were in fact generated during the treatment procedure and can only be attributed to the interaction of the Ionator equipment with that of the subject’s body.
  • For some compounds noted it is clear that these could feasibly and easily be pulled off or out the body (feet in this case), as a result of the ionisation process.  In contrast some of the compounds noted were surprising and unexpected, and the mechanism of extraction or volatilisation into the water analysed, is personally not fully understood.  For example, respectively the compounds linked to detergents or soaps versus some of the exotic organics noted.
At this stage the above points are all I can think of and which I personally regard as of significance.  Please have a look through the analytical data and see if any questions crop up.  It will be interesting to think any additional thoughts through carefully in an attempt to clarify the ionisation process under examination.  The one simple statement I can however make is that it was surprising to me, to see the range of compounds identified in the water, after the treatment process.Thanking you for allowing me to be of service and assuring you of me best possible attention. If any additional information is required please do not hesitate to contact me.Yours sincerely

Gordon Reid

Water & Waste Water Treatment Division

Study #2


REID-LINE Scientific Services CC
5 Flamingo Vlei Village
7441 Stilt Avenue
TEL: (021) 557 2774
FAX: (021) 557 2774
FLAMINGO VLEI     
MEMBER: G. T. Reid  
Reg. No. CK 98/26906/2      
E-Mail: gtr001@telkomsa.net
  
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS:
18 September 2003
IONATOR DETOXIFICATION STUDY:
Introduction:
The possible ability of the Ionator to act as a detoxification system if used as specified has for some time now been questioned by concerned parties who make use of the process to treat various ailments. Numerous subjects who underwent treatment procedures reported positive results and anecdotal evidence was arguably mostly forthcoming from gout suffering patients. The controversy about the efficacy of the Ionator system to treat gout, debatably stems from the inability to fully explain the exact way in which the Ionator function. A literature search on ionization techniques used medically, additionally proved fruitless, since very few publications were found on the subject, which could explain or support the anecdotal results encountered.

Some publications were noted where research studies proved that skin, mud and salt packs, showed that some compounds could be extracted from the body. For both types of skin packs the method of extraction was reported to be of an electrolytic nature and additionally was reported to be highly effective for specifically the treatment of gout. Since both ionization and electrolytic chemical reactions are charge orientated it is conceivable that these two processes may function similarly.

In lieu of this a study was implemented to objectively investigate the chemical compounds associated with gout in the hope of developing some understanding and to obtain some explanation of the results achieved with the use of the Ionator system.

Gout:
  Gout is described as a chemical disease where Uric Acid crystals precipitate out as crystals in body-tissues. Uric acid crystals forming around joints cause most of the painful symptoms linked to gout.

There are numerous sources of the Uric Acid in the body. It is a breakdown product of nucleic acid and all foods contain some, with the highest concentration found in animal products such as kidney, liver and vegetable seeds such as peas. A more important source than the diet is the regular breakdown of the body’s own cells and Uric Acid is also synthesized from ammonia formed in the body.

In a healthy person the concentration in the blood and tissue fluids is kept to about 0.02% or +-2 mg/l, by excreting any excess in the urine. The solubility of Uric Acid is about 0.06% or +-6 mg/l and above this level; crystals may precipitate with the corresponding development of gout. The excess Uric Acid normally arises in three ways:
    • Too much in the diet.
    • Too much synthesized in the body and,
    • Too little excreted by the kidneys.
The penultimate stage in the synthesis of Uric Acid in the body is a harmless substance, Xanthine.
It stands to reason thus that a study of chemical compounds linked to Gout could possibly explain
the beneficial results reported by subjects who make use of the Ionator Treatment process to
relieve the symptoms of gout.

In lieu of this it was decided to investigate the following compounds within the treatment process:
    • Uric Acid
    • Xanthine
    • Tartaric Acid
    • Maleic Acid
    • Fumaric Acid
The compounds were selected because of their direct link to gout as well as being readily available to make use of for the study. If it can be shown that any of the above compounds are in fact extracted out of the body by means of the Ionator treatment process, it follows that this will provide a better understanding of the Ionator process and the anecdotal beneficial results reported as mentioned above.

Test Procedure:

The step-by-step experimental procedures followed to implement the study were as follows:

IX. The test subject consumed 500 grams of liver to physically increase the Uric Acid content within the body.

X. In addition to the liver 50 mg of each of the Acids, Tartaric, Maleic and Fumaric was consumed in the hope of establishing baseline values of each of these Acids within the blood.

XI. Blood was extracted after 3-hours and thereafter every 20 minutes. Each of the compounds above was analyzed to physically establish baseline blood concentration levels.

XII. Once baseline values were established the control sample was prepared by placing the feet in the lukewarm salt solution for a time period of 30-minutes without implementation of the Ionator treatment process.

XIII. This solution was analyzed to verify the presence of any of the compounds under investigation.

XIV. In contrast placing the feet in the lukewarm salt solution followed by a full 30-minute Ionator treatment procedure generated the comparative sample.

XV. This solution was analyzed to verify the presence of any of the above compounds under investigation.

Results:The following Table-1 depicts the results obtained from the analytical tests performed:

 

Constituent

Blood Concentration

Water Concentration without Ionator Treatment

Water Concentration with Ionator Treatment steps completed.

Xanthine

 

820

Nil

103

Uric Acid

 

1660

Nil

255

Tartaric Acid

 

2750

18

311

Maleic Acid

 

980

Nil

62

Fumaric Acid

 

85

Nil

12


Please note:
    • Concentration values of all compounds investigated expressed in micrograms per litre (mg/l) or parts per billion (ppb).
    • Values depict the average values of five consecutive samples taken.
DISCUSSION:

The most important points to take into consideration concerning the results obtained are the following:
    1. The compounds under investigation were easily picked up in the blood samples collected. It was not established if these concentration levels attained were the maximum values and it is possible that an increase in time could have shown either an increase or a decrease in blood concentration levels.

    2. The level of Tartaric Acid picked up in the control sample was unexpected and this test was repeated to verify results. A similar concentration of Tartaric Acid was picked up with the repeat test performed.

    3. The results clearly showed that the water samples collected after implementation of the Ionator treatment procedure, contained significant levels of the compounds under investigation.

    4. Concentration levels of roughly 6.3 to 15.3% of the concentration levels found in the blood, were picked in the water samples collected, after the implementation of the Ionator treatment procedure.

    5. The latter point can maybe be interpreted, that roughly 6 to 15% of the Acids under investigation could possibly be extracted from the body by means of the Ionator system. (A more detailed study will however have to be performed and a more extensive set of data will have to be obtained to be able to state this as fact).

    6. The subjects under investigation or being treated will no doubt play an important role or have an impact on the achievable results. Physiological effects such as blood chemistry, electrolyte levels etc could influence the results and may form part of a future study.

    7. Please note that only the acids under investigation were analyzed for these tests performed but by no means were found to be the only compounds extracted from the body. (Please refer to previous analytical work completed and dated: 1st March 2003).

    8. Indicators gained from the study point to the treatment process as being a charge related methodology, where the ionization and corresponding negative/positive poles formed and the strength of the ionization field induce the extraction of the acids investigated. The following Schematic illustrates the possible extraction reaction.

    9. It remains to be seen if the strength of the ionization field could possibly improve the extraction efficiency and it is my suggestion that this should further be scrutinized. It may not fully be possible to exactly control the ionization field since very carefully controlled salt solutions will have to be prepared to achieve this.
      "This is absolutely irrefutable evidence that the system can extract some compounds from the
        body and if the compounds are extracted, how it can benefit the subject being treated."
 

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