Water thrown on hot stones produces negative ions, a healthful process normally are reserved for bucolic waterfalls, rough surf, and violent rainstorms. Men and women have been attracted to the ocean for centuries, building million dollar retaining walls so that they might be closer to the sea water. Electric heating elements in modern saunas cannot achieve this type of ionization. Scientists later proved the exact workings of the dew, which had long eluded them as suspicion hanging on the air.

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