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Ionization: another relevant measure of the level of health and pollution

By measuring different elements in nature, we observe differences, such as in the graph below.

In other words, when the charge of negative ions/cm3 rises, we see much better health in humans, animals, plants and also in the soil.

Conversely, when the charge of positive ions increases, so the negative decreases, health decreases

ps: "hey hey, the negative creates positive in us and in nature and vice versa: it confuses the neurons, right?! »

This will also help us to detect pollutants. So far, we have noticed that some inputs are thus pollutants (mainly chemical NPKs, pesticides, but also some organic fertilizers, etc.), and others, such as SolStart, restore or increase the ion load -.

But we noticed that when the inputs used were of "good quality" and the negative ionic charge does not rise, it is that there are other pollutants, which led us to look for other causes than Geobiology highlighted.

When there are causes other than the inputs, it can be a real headache for those who are organic and who run around in circles on problems, but even more so for those who are conventional, using organic inputs and who don't not seeing the expected results. And there, whether it's our products or others, we hear "it doesn't work".

In any case, after a rebalancing in Geobiology, we noticed an increase in the negative ionic charge and concrete results in culture.

This also constitutes a global approach, which aims to take energy into consideration in the process of healthy and abundant living.

This is why we have now introduced an offer in Geobiology.

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