Sanitary Pad (Anion)
Do you know?
Most Sanitary napkins are made from Bleached and Recycled Papers?
Most Sanitary napkins may cause rashes, inflammation and even Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)?
Most Women are prone to a lot of Vaginal/Bacterial infections during their Menstrual Period?
Anion pads are negative ions in Sanitary Pads! Negative Ions have proven to improve your health & well being.
What are ANIONS? Anions are also called “Vitamins of the Air” Negative ions are odourless, tasteless and invisible molecules that we inhale in large quantity in certain environments such as mountains, waterfalls and beaches.
Anions “Vitamins of the Air” negative ions are odourless, tasteless and once they reach our bloodstream, anions produces biochemical reactions that increase levels of the mood chemical serotonin, helping to alleviate depression, relieve stress and boost our daytime energy. Negative ions increase the flow of oxygen to the brain, resulting in higher alertness, decreased drowsiness and more mental energy.
How does these Anions work in the sanitary pad?
Every cubic cm. of the anionic padding in each piece of sanitary napkin can release up to 6070 anions. The intensity of anions released will effectively suppress the survival and multiplication of bacteria and viruses on the sanitary napkin. The anion padding releases large amount of oxygen, has balanced pH level and enhance hormonal balance that effectively improves incretion, strengthening immunity, reducing stress.
MAIN BENEFITS of using “ANION” Sanitary Pads:
– RELIEVES STRESS
– CONTROLS BACTERIA
– CONTROLS INFLAMMATION
– ELIMINATES BAD SMELL
– ENHANCES METABOLISM
– IMPROVES HORMONE SECRETION
– STRENGTHENS IMMUNE SYSTEM
– REDUCES BODY FATIGUE
– CAN PREVENT DYSMENORRHEA
The secret is the Negative ions that it contains. Many users have testified on several occasions of being able to treat the following by simply using Anion Sanitary Pad:
1. Vaginal itching
2. Pelvic Inflammation
3. Contact Dermatitis
4. Yeast Infection (Vaginal Candidiasis)
5. Fallopian tube infection
6. Uterine fibroids/ infections
7. Cervical Erosion
8. Ovarian Cysts
9. Genital Herpes
10. Irregular menstrual cycle
11. Bladder Infection
12. Excessive vaginal discharge