A Breath of Fresh Air
Throughout most of recorded history people took fresh air for granted. Most people spent plenty of time out in it. After the industrial revolution, that changed.
Fresh air is chemically different than the re circulated indoor air the most of us spend our time in. High quality fresh air is actually electrified. The life-giving oxygen molecule is negatively charged or “negatively ionized”. This negatively charged oxygen gives rise to a number of benefits:
- Improved sense of well being
- Increased rate and quality of growth in plants and animals
- Improved function of the lung’s protective cilia
- Tranquilization and relaxation – some research has centered on animals that were raised in such a way as to develop the equivalent of human anxiety disorders. When these animals were allowed to breathe fresh air they were protected against some of the physical changes linked to anxiety such as ulcers and HBP.
- Lowered body temperature
- Lowered resting heart rate
- Decreased survival of bacteria and viruses in air
- Improved learning in mammals
- Decreased severity of stomach ulcers.