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Colonics (colon hydrotherapy) is the cleansing of
intestine (colon) with
warm water to expel old hardened waste and harmful toxins via the rectum. It is
similar to an enema but more extensive. Whereas an enema (which you can do
yourself) bathes only the lower portion of the colon, colonic irrigation (which
must be done by a trained practitioner) attempts to clean the entire length of
the colon (5ft long by 2 ½ inches in diameter).
Stimulating the immune system
Allowing freer passage of nutrients into the
Increasing prevention of toxic absorption
Providing a favorable environment for bacteria
and micro flora for digestion
Strengthening natural muscular contraction
activity in the colon
Promoting a return of normal, regular bowel
- Restoring proper balance to the body
- The client rest on a massage bed.
- The client is covered for privacy.
- A disposal speculum is inserted into the
rectum. Attached to the speculum are two tubes, a little (size of a pencil
in diameter) one for filling and a bigger (size of a small penny in
diameter) one for emptying.
- Purified water, carefully controlled by the
practitioner, is allowed into the colon via a small water tube.
- Impacted waste and residue flow out through a
second evacuation tube. Expelled waste can be viewed by the client.
- As the water flows out of the colon, the
practitioner gently massages the abdomen to help the colon release its
contents. There is no mess or foul odor because it is a closed system.
- The process is repeated many times during the
session, which lasts about 45 minutes. Unlike an enema, the therapy does not
require any "race to the toilet" afterward, since most of the water is
removed by the end of the session.
- At the end of the session, the client is
allowed to sit on the toilet for about 5 minutes because he/she will
continue to release water and maybe feces.
- One colonic session is basically equivalent to
15 to 20 bowel movements.
- The number of suggested treatments depends on
your reason for seeking out colonics.
There are no scientific studies to support any
therapeutic claims for colon therapy. On an individual basis, people do report
that colon treatments relieve the distention and bloating associated with
constipation and help restore regular bowel movements. Anecdotal evidence
suggests that colon therapy may be useful for a number of ailments including
indigestion, gas, headaches, joint problems, allergies, asthma, skin problems,
and even toxicity from drugs, alcohol, and smoking.