Questions we are often asked:

Who are Platinum Energy Systems?

At Platinum Energy Systems, we offer a one of kind system that allows your body to cultivate well-being from the inside out.

The PES system was designed for one purpose: to accelerate the body’s own natural cleansing process.

We do not treat, diagnose, or even address specific body issues. Our approach is to create an environment to allow the body to heal itself. There is only one disease – toxicity —and human cells need to be pollution-free through detoxification.

How do you use a PES System?

The PES Detox system features fully automated design for a user-friendly experience.

To begin, simply immerse your feet in the basin containing warm, salted water. Intelligent technologies contained within the array will then direct and regulate all aspects of the session and alert you when the session is complete.

You will notice a change in the appearance of the water as the session progresses.

 

Where do toxins come from?

You are exposed daily to numerous foreign chemicals which are a source of internal pollution inside you. Your body needs to cleanse these chemicals that you have absorbed from your food, water, the air you breathe, and the world around - your skin is the biggest sponge of all.

Daily, more chemicals, and toxins are entering your body than can be eliminated. When you notice a lack of pep and energy, your body is signalling that something is wrong and needs correcting. This signal is your body's way of calling for help.

Ever since the industrial revolution and the post-World War II petrochemical industry, foreign chemicals have been accumulating in the human body faster than they can be released.

Each day your body absorbs a broad range of toxins such as industrial chemicals, pesticides, food additives, heavy metals, tobacco, and polluted air.

Modern medicine and scientific testing have linked the accumulation of internal pollution and toxins as the significant cause of degenerative diseases in the body.

What happens when toxins accumulate?

You are a walking sponge. Toxins from the environment are just a few of the foreign chemicals you are absorbing daily into your bodies. Your body's natural process for eliminating foreign chemicals is through the liver, the kidneys, colon, sweat glands in your skin, and your lungs. These eliminatory organs are already working overtime, trying to cope with the sheer volume. When your body can't keep up and the elimination process becomes overwhelmed, the excess toxic content that is not released accumulates in the body.

Over your lifetime this accumulation becomes your "toxic load," hindering your body's natural ability to heal and repair itself. Your body has to refocus its internal resources to the more urgent problem of dealing with internal chemical poisoning.

Toxic load can inhibit and block your natural, innate healing processes and interfering with your cells ability to absorb nutrition and expel toxins. This is why the body goes into a degenerating cycle instead of rejuvenating. 

Can anyone use the PES System and how often?

The following conditions are contraindicated for those planning to receive a PES System session:

  • Pacemaker users
  • Recipients of organ transplants
  • Sufferers from psychotic episodes, seizures, or epilepsy
  • Pregnant or lactating (breastfeeding) mothers
  • People with open wounds on feet

A schedule of one or two sessions a week is advisable as a regular routine, to begin with.

Will the water become coloured without feet in the water?

Yes. When you run the system with no feet in the water, you will always have colouration of the water.

When the chemistry of water, sea salt, and the positive and negative electrodes from the electrolysis process interact with each other, this will cause coloration to occur naturally.

One of the characteristics of a session, when run with feet in the water, may be the appearance of an oily film which may or may not be accompanied by a distinctive odour. This film will cause a ring to appear around the edge of the liner in the basin and around your feet at the end of a session.