How Does Microcurrent Electrolysis Work?
The electrical current causes “electrolysis” to occur. Electrolysis breaks down water molecules (H2-O or HOH) into H+ and OH-. The hydrogen is given off as a gas during the procedure, and the Hydroxide (OH-) combine with the sodium (Na+) in your blood to form sodium hydroxide which is the agent solution that targets the hemorrhoids vein to make it shrink down. This process is considered non-invasive because there is no surgery or cutting. Nothing is injected into the hemorrhoids. It uses the natural chemicals in your body to cause the chemical reaction that shrink the hemorrhoids.