After you've enjoyed your first Optimum Focus
ion foot bath detox
for the prescribed 35 minutes, you may notice something interesting. If you are using the product correctly, the water should change color, from the clear color you traditionally expect from water to an orange or brown color. You should not panic if you witness this, in fact, this is a natural and expected product of the detoxifying process.
What Do the Colors from the Foot Bath Detox Mean?
So what does it mean? One of the goals of a foot bath detox is to force impurities, toxins and heavy metals out of the body, so it is only natural that the water might take on a rust-colored appearance, but this is not necessarily what is responsible for the color change. Optimum has
performed control tests that reveal that heavy metals are present in the water after a 35 minute ionic
foot bath detox proving that toxins do come out of the body
that were not present in the footbath water before
the treatment. However oxidation is largely responsible for the
rustic color change.
It has been stated by various
companies that the water colors relate to different
organ cellular waste and other body parts. Optimum
does not support this analysis of water. There is no
scientific data supporting this analysis & some
colors can appear without a body. Not all impurities
can be seen with the naked eye just as you cannot
see the impurities in water. In order to prove that
this process does pull out impurities, Optimum has
preformed control tests (click
here for test results) showing that heavy
metals exist in the water after the 35 minute bath &
also encapsulated on the water modules' rings. When
water samples are tested by labs we need to specify
what to test for & since the range of impurities a
body may contain are too many to specify, they
decided to focus on heavy metals. At minimum this
proved that particles are moving out of the body.
With different water
conditions your OPTIMUM unit will not necessarily
cause color changes in the water; however, the very
process of electrolysis of the water causes color
changes in the water.. this is called oxidation
(which is mainly the orange color, not joints as
what is stated in the color charts). The
interaction of the OPTIMUM water module with
the City added chemicals can cause quite a
discoloration in the water. It must neutralize
those chemicals and energize the water. Some
sediment is seen depending upon the amounts of
solids that are inherent in water to begin with.
The final result has to do with the health of the
person being treated. This will then determine
the water color change.
Are the Colors in the
Foot Bath Detox Safe?
There is no reason to believe that there is any more danger from the water after it takes on an orange hue than there was from the water when it was clear. In fact, some people find watching the water change to be an indicator that the
ionic foot bath detox is doing its work, and find it to be a soothing part of the process.
Is There Anything in the Water to Be Concerned About?
The only thing that is ever in the tub is the water you put into it, Himalayan salt crystals, the Optimizer Module, energy from the power unit, any oxidation that may occur, and cellular waste, dirt and oils from your feet.
What If There Is no Change in Water Color?
People usually see a change in water color by the time the process is finished. If you do not, make sure you have been using the
foot bath detox for the full 35 minutes and that the unit is functioning properly, with energy consistently flowing from the
foot bath detox power unit to the Optimizer Water Module and into the water.
How Do I Dispose of the Discolored Water?
It's perfectly safe to flush the water from the tub down the toilet, just as you would with regular tap water that you might be trying to dispose of.