Watch The Video Below - It Reveals 5 Problems With Water Ionizers
Ever since I was first exposed to water ionizers way back in the 80's I've been watching how long it has taken the US market and the alternative health industry many years to begin even looking at it. The Asian market, which pioneered water ionization, embraces it in a big way. They believe in ionizers so much they even use them besides many hospital beds.
I used to think the U.S. was innovative when it came to alternative health. But it was the Orient who pioneered herbalism and energy medicine thousands of years ago. It's just now becoming more popular in mainstream America. In many ways we're the followers of Ancient teachings, not the innovators. So here comes water ionization, and all the controversy that goes with it.
If you haven't been to the Ionizer Factories themselves you'll find this information of great value.
While I've spent some time in the Orient my business partners - who lives there often (two weeks out of every month) has done extensive research on the water ionizer industry, exploring almost every factory that manufactures and produces them. In some cases you ironically have factories with very poor health conditions that are creating ionizers for the health market. Over time I'll be sharing more of the stories about ionizer factories and production, how they're made, from our Insider information.
Some of the stories are funny, some of the safety issues are alarming, and hopefully much of which I share will be helpful in educating you to the best water ionizer for your needs.
Let's examine some of the differences between Japanese, Korean, and Chinese manufacturing of alkaline ionizers. It's interesting that this is the exact order that these three countries first appeared in the ionizer market and also that these three countries fall in exact order of price - Japan being the most expensive and China being the least expensive.
One of the things you will notice is a historical pattern from all three countries in terms of cost, quality, and how they relate to the U.S. market.
At the end we'll answer the question: which is best?
Japan, while being the most expensive place to produce products, has high quality standards. When I was growing up in the 60s and 70s made in Japan = cheap. Even the early Japanese cars were poorly made, poorly designed, and broke down frequently.
Japan however is the
originator of the water ionizer and even today there Kangen water ionizer
is still considered the gold standard, while being the most expensive as
well. The models from Japan include Kangen primarily. The high cost of the Kangen reflects both quality and the high expense in their labor costs and production.
Korea has established itself as a quality car manufacturer, amongst other things, and is now considered a
quality manufacturing nation with much lower manufacturing prices than Japan. At one time Korea products like Hyundai were considered cheap but now look at them:
Hyundai's cumulative exports to the U.S. exceeded one million in 1990. In 1993 its Elantra was selected as the "Best Car of 1993"
You're most likely seeing the pattern here - an asian country starts out with cheap products and cheap labor, and as they improve the quality they start to capture more of the market and undercut the market leaders.
KYK, Ionways (which includes Athena and Jupiter) are two of the makers of Korean Ionizers.
now you see the pattern and here it comes again…
It used to be considered that Chinese products were the cheapest and most poorly made. In much the same way that MADE IN JAPAN meant cheap and poorly made until the 1970s today some of Chinese factories are some of the most cutting edge manufacturers in the world.
If you use an iPhone and iPad or you love your mobile phone there's a 99% chance it was made in China. It's a mix of cutting edge quality and cheap. right now there are several models recently developed in China that are comparable to the best ionizers on the planet at 30 to 70% less.
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