quality of the air we breathe depends on the kind of electrical charge
and concentration of the ions. The environment we live in today has far
more sources of positive ions than in the past, creating an electrical
imbalance in the air. These surplus Positive Ions are produced by
various human activities and electrical appliances; e.g. TV’s, radios,
transmitters, radar systems, computers, high-voltage networks, heating
and cooling systems, car exhaust and cigarette fumes, all of which are
contributing reasons for the deterioration of our physical and
emotional well being In nature. Negative Ions are created by means of
wind, sunlight, surf, waterfalls and rainstorms and as such, negative
ions can be found in their billions on mountain tops, waterfalls and by
the sea. They give the air its invigorating freshness, which is so good
for us, they are the unseen "vitamins of the air"..
A series of scientific studies show that Salt Crystal Lamps can increase the negative ion count by up to 300% in their vicinity.