Has anyone ever heard of them? I have a friend who lives in the States and visits here about once a year. She lives solely by selling these foot baths as she said it sells itself. People feel better, get healed, etc. She herself had arthritis and it is completely gone, hepatitus C, and it's gone and, worst of all, she had Lupus and it's also healed. She said it's because of this detox foot bath.
The way it works is the module (placed in a small tub of clean water) negatively charges the water. All toxins that donít belong in our bodies are positively charged. Positive is attracted to negative and all the toxins go out through the 2000 pores we have in our feet. Sounds too simple, but believe me, it works.
She brought her machine with her as she wanted to convince me. So I did the 40 minute procedure with her, but I had just finished an intensive detox fast 2 weeks previously, so not much came out. The water looked like it had several thin layers of wax floating on top.
Then she did this guy right after me who eats lots of pork and processed food and after 40 minutes, the water looked like sewer water!
The next day we went to visit this friend of hers who does 10 day health cures. This lady had bought one of Ileah's machines and she told a freaky story. She said, "I did the detox on a big fat man and his fat mother and I actually got scared because the water had foam floating on top!"
It's really freaky how this thing works, but it really works. So, I'm thinking about starting to sell these things myself. The other day, I just casually told someone I was planning on doing this and she said immediately, "I'll be your first customer."
These machines are NOT cheap, though. They cost around $1500. Here's a couple of links. The first one is from the curezone.com where there are posts regarding people's experiences with the foot bath and the link at the bottom is the company I'm thinking of doing business with. It's the same one Ileah, my friend, is selling for.
One important point: The detox foot bath should not be used by anyone with a pace-maker (for obvioius reasons), by people who've had an organ transplant, by pregnant mothers, people with a history of epilepsy and by small children.