Colonic : Irrigation Therapy - Cleansing Hydrotherapy

14 October 2007 by
Editorial team
Colonics or Colon Hydrotherapy/ Colonic Irrigation, is generally the internal cleansing of the large intestine with water. Similar to an enema, it involves the introduction of discrete amounts of purified water, sometimes infused with minerals or other materials, such as organic coffee, into the colon using medically approved class II colon hydrotherapy devices with sanitary, disposable speculums or gravity-fed enema-like systems inserted into the rectum. The fluid is released after a short period, and the process will be repeated multiple times during the course of a treatment. A colema is a type of colon hydrotherapy performed by oneself using a bucket with an attached hose, while lying on a board positioned over a toilet, into which the contents of enema are released. Colon’s purpose in human body is to collect all fermented and putrefied toxic waste from every part of the anatomy and, by the peristaltic wave of its muscles, remove all solid and semi-solid waste from the body. Causes that slow down bowel transit time: • Intake of high-fat, low-fiber diet. • Over processed and over cooked food. • Drinking less water. • Consuming food that dehydrates the bowel like, caffeine in coffee, tea, chocolate, and colas etc… • Mental and emotional stress. When colon hydrotherapy is performed, the body is rejuvenated, toxic debris is removed and over time, the colon is returned to its natural shape and function ability. Colon Hydrotherapy also restores pH balance to the body, stimulates the immune system, allows free passage of nutrients into the blood, prevents toxic absorption into healthy mucosa and strengthens natural muscular contractions in the colon as well.
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