Well after reading all the nonsense about Ionic foot baths I actually puchased one to find out for myself.
These are the facts;
A very close female friend of mine has crystaline deposits in her joints. They are from the kidney stones which have been confirmed by doctors. She had all sorts of aches and pains in her joints and really struggled. Well after using the Ionic foot bath everything changed. The water was like mud after an hour on the highest level but the most incredible thing happened. NO MORE JOINT PAIN! She was able to curl her fingers and toes and the pain from her hips dissapeared. It's been a week now since she used the foot bath and the pain which she had for 2 months has not resurfaced. I'm convinced without doubt that this unit works. I don't care what disinformation the establishment feeds people but unless you try it for yourself to treat a legitimate problem I can be confident in saying that a result will be achieved. In addition I have been using the unit myself along with my girlfriend and our skin is looking much healthier along with regular bowl movement. It cost me $500 and I'm sure my friends doctors visits along with prescription drugs cost 10x more. I can see why the disinformers (ie people paid by the Big Pharmas to subscribe to this forum) would be keen to stop people from alternative therapy.