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Amish Foot Detox

ion foot detox machine

What is the Amish Foot Detox and how does it help?

The Amish Foot Detox, also known as ion detox, is a cellular detoxification. It helps detox your body by removing heavy metals and other toxins. The Amish Foot Detox also makes the body's pH more alkaline, which helps to make you less prone to diseases as they thrive in acidic environments.

Doing the detox frequently has shown to help with:

  • Relieving stress and anxiety

  • Lower blood pressure

  • Improve sleep

  • Strengthen the immune system

How it works:

The Amish Foot Detox works through an electrolysis process. You begin by placing your feet into a warm tub of salt water. The electrolysis machine generates negatively charged ionic energy- "negative ions." This energy is pulled into the body by its energy meridians at the acupressure points on the bottom of the feet.

The ions move throughout the body’s circulatory and lymphatic systems. This is where the negatively charged energy breaks the positive energy bond that toxins and free radicals use to attach themselves in our tissues. After breaking the bond, the heavy metals and other toxins are drawn out from the body into the water. 

The foot detox is safe and painless.

foot reflexology chart

How often should I use the amish foot detox?

When first starting out, it is best to do 3-5 sessions to determine whether the detox will give you the benefits that you want.

After, we generally recommend coming in once a week for the foot detox to see the great benefits of it. We are exposed to toxins every day, so it is good to do an Amish Foot Detox frequently.

While we recommend once a week, there isn't really a limit to how often you could do an ion foot detox. Coming in as much as twice a week would help to get even better benefits.

person doing foot detox

Who shouldn’t use amish foot detox?

There are three categories of persons who should not use the amish foot detox unless under close physician supervision. 

1. A person who has had an organ/tissue transplant. The reasoning behind this, is that a transplant 

organ/tissue is technically not part of your body and could be identified as an “invader” by the ions which would try to “fix” the organ/tissue by attempting to flush it out.

2. A person with “electrically active” implants such as pacemakers, defibrillators, spinal stims, etc. The foot bath uses an electrolysis process which can be affected by the electronics of these implants.


3. Women who are pregnant or still nursing. The reasoning is similar to organ transplants in that the ions could identify the child as not being a part of your body so they would try to “fix” the organ/tissue. For nursing reasons, you would not want the detoxing materials to possibly transfer to the newborn.

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Amish Foot Detox?



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Mon - Thu

8:00 am – 6:00 pm


8:00 am – 5:00 pm


524 Kingwood Street

Brainerd, MN 54601

​Sat - Sun


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