The XJ-2000 Ionic Air Purifier - Over 3 Million Sold !
Every day we consume 2 lbs of food, 4 lbs of liquid, and about 35 lbs of air. We breathe about 23,000 times going through 10,000 litres of air. We get over 50% of our energy from the air we breathe. Therefore, we should make every effort to breathe the best quality air possible, especially since we spend 80% of our time indoors (at home and at work).
However, our buildings are designed to shut out fresh outside air. As a result, the air inside becomes stale and polluted with a mixture of bacteria, viruses, dust mites, smoke, mold, cooking grease, paint fumes, textile fibers, formaldehyde, asbestos, lead, chlorine, car exhaust fumes, and many other pollutants. It's no wonder that 90% of sickness is caught indoors. That's why most people are on some type of medication and why we experience headaches, fatigue, stuffiness, sinus problems, colds, flu's, dizziness and other related problems. There simply isn't enough clean, fresh air and the stale inside air becomes a breeding ground for germs, bacteria, and viruses.According to the Canadian Lung Association, indoor air pollution has become a major problem because it can be up to 10 times more polluted than outside air. One in 5 Canadians now has some form of respiratory problem. Asthma, allergies, and chronic breathing problems have increased 80% since 1980. Lung disease is now the 3rd leading cause of death in Canada and is on the rise.
We Need Healthy Air to Have a Healthy Body
Do you know why many people feel energized and exhilarated after a thunderstorm? Have you noticed how fresh and clean the air is?
Air contains positive and negative ions. Positive ions make us feel depressed, sluggish, and tired. Negative ions make us feel alive, energetic, and exhilarated. After a thunderstorm, in the mountains, or near a waterfall the air has the highest concentration of negative ions. That's why we feel so good near them. In our homes and offices, the air has the lowest concentration of negative ions.
Average ions per cubed cm
Clear Mountain Air
Normal Outside Air
Before a Storm
After a Storm
Average Home / Office
Notice the difference in positive and negative ions before and after a storm. Also notice how the average home or office, and vehicle compares to outside air. Yet this is where we spent 80% of our time.
Niagara Falls has the highest concentration of negative ions - 100,000 per cubed cm
Many doctors, scientists, universities, and government agencies have tested the effects of positive and negative ions on a variety of people and have found amazing results. There are currently over 700 documented case studies in which many people have experienced exceptional health improvements from negative ions. Not once has there been any reports of detrimental effects from negative ions.
Oxygen: Two hundred years ago the oxygen content in the air was about 38%. Today, it is about 19%, and in some urban locations with high pollution, lower than 10%. Lack of oxygen contributes to a host of medical and physical conditions like aching muscles, headaches, feelings of irritation and depression, low energy, foggy thinking, as well as infections and disease.
One way to combat this is with negative ions. A negative ion is an oxygen atom with an extra electron. The XJ-2000 produces a continuous flow of over 1,000,000 negative ions per cubic centimeter which purifies, energizes and revitalizes the air.
The 3 Most Important Ingredients for Good Health are:
Air conditioners and heating ducts deplete the air of ions. As a result the only source of "fresh" air in many homes and offices is not fresh at all. Computer monitors are positively charged. Acting as giant magnets, they clear the air around them of negative ions. Yet many people work at a computer in an air conditioned office everyday, the worse combination possible. In test studies, computer operators complained of headaches, lethargy, dizziness and nausea, but when exposed to negative ions many of these symptoms dissappeared. A recent study in Japan which was published in the October 2002 issue of the American Journal of Home and Industrial Medicine and which also appeared on CNN showed that the more time an office worker spent in front of a computer, the more likely they were to suffer a host of physical, mental, and sleep related problems.
Some companies are rectifiing this problem such as Santa Clara County Communications Center in Palo Alto City Hall where negative ion generators were installed on the ceiling over the computer monitors. Philco and Emerson Electric have ion-controlled air conditioner systems on the market, and RCA, Westinghouse, General Electric and Carrier Corp. have similar products under study or development.
Bring Real Fresh Air Into Your Office, Home and Workplace!