Poster: WhosPlayin Posted: 2008/1/6 23:13:06
It's a good question. You may be the first person I've heard to mention the effect.
If it happens, it could be for several reasons:
- The "toxins" have all come out and aren't there to color the water any more.
- More likely, the electrodes have eroded and are thus less conductive with the water - performing less electrolysis which leads to the colored salts
- The practitioner could be intentionally skewing the results by setting a lower power setting or adding less salt to the water.
If it's an observed effect, it ought to be able to be studied quantitatively.