WHERE DO NEGATIVE IONS COME FROM?
Ions can carry a positive or negative electrical charge, negative ions are created all of the time in nature. When a bolt of lightning slices through the air or a wave crashes on the shore, it creates negative ions. Volcanoes and waterfalls create the ions as well. As the water mists is falling, it loses an electron, creating that fresh air smell filled with negative ions.


HOW DOES THE BRACELET WORK?
The World Ionics wristband has taken these good ions, which are known as "negative ions", and have found a way to encapsulate them into a durable silicone band to produce amazing results for its owners. There is no secret machine that magically inserts an electrical charge into our hologram. The reason is simple; it won't last. The World Ionics encapsulating process allows the Ions to continually release healthy frequencies when in contact with human electrical fields.

Tourmaline Is A Big Part To Our All Of Our Products
So what is tourmaline? Tourmaline is known for its color and collectors item for geologist. There are many different uses for tourmaline and also many different formats. By formats we mean its chemical state. Tourmaline has become a primary focus for our special blend and why our energy bands, balance bands, power bands and many other synomoms are of the highest quality and count of negative ions.

Tourmaline Known As A Gem
Tourmalines are gems/semi-precious stones that have a wide spectrum of colors. There is a long history behind this stone, as far back as old Egyptian times. Tourmaline is known for its rainbow look and multi-colors. In fact, the name tourmaline comes from the Singhalese word "tura mali"; it means the stone with mixed colors. Tourmaline is a very beautiful and out performs all other known gems because of it's multiple color schemes. Tourmaline is special it's ability to change colors in different light settings. No one tourmaline stone is alike, they can range from red to green to blue and yellow in color. The science behind this color is due to mixed crystals of aluminum boron silicate and its ability to change composition. The changing of the composition is the reason for the variety of colors.

Tourmaline Can Be Electrically Charged
Despite tourmaline’s notorious reputation for color scientist love tourmaline because of its ability to be electrically charged. This means you can heat the stone and allow it to cool and as a result the stone can carry a negative charge. Tourmaline has a positive charge at one end and a negative charge at the other end. This is known as a pyro-electric charge and stems from the Greek word, "pyr", meaning fire. The stone can also become charged from intense pressure, such as volcanoes. Actually volcanoes are the biggest producer of tourmaline ash and rock that carries the electrical charge found in tourmaline. This is where negative ions play a huge role in tourmaline and why we use it in our products. Chemical bonding of atoms to lose an electrical charge takes quite a process and is very difficult to do by man. Natural is better! Nature is better! World Ionics, carries such high negative ionic charges in our produce due to the nature of tourmaline and its ability to become charged under extreme pressure.

 

 

 


In our busy world, positive ions bombard us daily from things like pollution, computers and TV; and they make us feel tired, depressed and irritable. On the other hand, negative ions, found in nature in places like beaches, waterfalls, forests and mountain tops give people increased levels of energy and a sense of well-being.

 

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