Negative Ion Detoxifying Far Infrared Sauna: In Home Sauna
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No more trips to the gym is needed. You can now have your very own negative ion portable detoxifying far infrared sauna right in your house. This portable far-infrared sauna is the perfect addition to your lifestyle. Being that it's portable, this in-home sauna gives you the ability to easily maneuver it throughout the house. If you are on the go, you can definitely bring the in-home sauna with you because it's easily foldable. The Digital LED display allows you to easily designate the temperature and the time. This inexpensive sauna can be easily set up within seconds. The only thing needed is you and a beach towel or robe.
Why go to the gym when you can enjoy a detoxifying sauna at home! Get your hands on our negative ion detoxifying far infrared in home sauna today!
Can a sauna cure cancer?
It has been reported to significantly shrink cancerous tumors in people that used sauna therapy every day for 30 days.
Can a sauna help with poisoning?
Because a sauna has the ability to detox the body, it is a perfect solution for poisoning and toxicity caused by mold, pesticides, heavy metals, cyanide, etc..
Can a sauna cure infections?
Because most bacteria, viruses, and parasites are heat sensitive, saunas are very effective in helping the body fight these infections. At elevated temperatures, these pathogens are unable to replicate and at elevated temperatures, your immune system is strengthened and more able to fight-off infections.
Frequently asked questions:
What are negative ions?
Oxygen atoms that are charged with an extra electron
What are the temperature ranges?
113 degrees Fahrenheit to 140 degrees Fahrenheit
What color is it?
How many people can fit in the sauna?
What type of sauna is it?
What material is it?
What size is it?
80 by 70 by 100cm(LXWXH)
*** These statements have not been reviewed by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any illnesses or condition. All comments are based on informal evidence. There is no guarantee you will have similar positive experiences.
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