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|In 2010, Fusion IONZ began developing a mineral mixture consisting of silicate rare earth minerals. These minerals have been shown to produce FAR Infrared (FIR) rays as well as negative ions.
FAR INFRARED (FIR) - Validated By Harvard
These minerals are powdered and blended directly into our silicone products. According to laboratory tests, our products are the strongest in the market place.
NEGATIVE ION NANO TECHNOLOGY
Why is Negative Ion Support needed? Negative Ions are nourishing molecules that work as anti oxidants inside of the human body. When we are born our body is 80% negative ions but that amount diminishes as we expose ourselves to toxins, poor diets and positively charged free radicals such as EMF's from electronics and cell phones.
Our powerful TourmaMix™technology is mixed into every band we offer. This mineral mixture emits up to 4,000 negative ions per second, nourishing our body with wave after wave of negative ion support!
Patented Silicate Mixture
TourmaMix™ is Fusion's patented mineral mixture that is derived of black tourmaline, germanium and titanium. The black tourmaline naturally emits negative ions and FAR Infrared (FIR) while the germanium and titanium increase the amount of oxygen your blood has the capacity to carry. These powerful elements working in unison creates many health benefits.
Fusion Ionz™bands have been lab tested to emit up to 4,000 negative ions per CC per second. Additionally, they have been tested to release high levels of FIR. Our body needs this constant support to perform at it's optimal level.
Clinically Proven and Lab Tested
Fusion Ionz™commissioned a double blind, placebo controlled human clinical trial to test and prove the effectiveness of our negative ion technology. After several weeks of testing the study provided the following data:
- Up to 66% Increase in Human Performance
- Up to 29% Decrease in Pain after one week
- 1,950 negative ions per second MORE than the closest competitor.
- From a FIR scale of 0 - 1, Fusion has tested at a .923.
Laboratory Test Results