Negative Ion Therapy: Are Negative Ions a Legitimate Treatment or Just Medical Quackery?






Midway through 1999, Americans¬†got their first taste of ionic technology when high-tech retail giant, The Sharper Image, launched its Ionic Breeze line of air purifiers. Although The Sharper Image never pushed the device based on its output of negative ions, the implication was quite clear: using electronic filtering added something to the air that was supposed to make you feel good. Incidentally, the Ionic Breeze also added ozone to the air which deteriorates indoor air quality. The product line ultimately ended up heralding the downfall of The Sharper Image which filed for bankruptcy in 2008. Read More →