Terms used on this site further defined:

Array – The array is the component that is placed in the water during a PES Detox Systems session to distribute electricity, necessary for the electrolysis process to take place.

Electrolysis of Water – Electrolysis of water is the process running an electrical current through a metal electrode while it is submerged in water. Salt is added to the water to increase its conductivity. The metal electrode has a positive electrode (anode) and a negative electrode (cathode).

Lymphatic System – A complex network of vessels, ducts, and nodes moving fluid and substances between the cells and tissues. It assists your body to cleanse and eliminate toxins when functioning properly.

pH – The degree of acidity or alkalinity of a person is defined on the pH scale. The pH scale ranges from 1 to 14, with 7 being neutral. Anything below 7 is acidic, and anything above 7 is alkaline. The pH of blood is approximately 7.34 – 7.43. The ideal pH level for a person is between 7-7.5. You can test your pH level using pH paper on your saliva or urine.