Demystifying the Colonic

As seen in Indy Metro Woman

 

What is a colonic (colon irrigation, colon hydrotherapy)?

Colon Hydrotherapy is a safe, effective method of removing waste from the large intestine, without the use of drugs. By introducing filtered & temperature-regulated water into the colon, the waste is softened and loosened, resulting in an evacuation through natural peristalsis.  This process is repeated throughout the session.

Why Should I be concerned about my colon?

The colon has been referred to as the sewer system of the body.  We would rather not think about it and most of us don’t until our health becomes poor or we feel constipated or have diarrhea.  Colonics best benefit the body due to release of accumulated congestion in the bowel.

Is a colonic painful?

The infusion of water is very gentle, modest and a comfortable experience for most people. Occasionally, if your bowel movements have been infrequent, you may feel mild cramping (usually gas) until eliminated.

 

Where does the waste go? Does it smell?

No smells! Waste and odors travel through a viewing tube and then goes down the drain, like flushing the toilet.

Will Colon Hydrotherapy remove the good bacteria?

There’s little research indicating a colonic’s effect on bacteria in the colon.  Most people are known to have very acidic colons, full of toxic material that acts as a breeding ground for parasites and pathogenic bacteria. If any good bacteria or electrolytes are eliminated from the colon they can easily be replenished by a probiotic beverage after the session.

Colon Hydrotherapy is best used in combination with adequate nutrient and fluid intake as well as exercise. Today’s sophisticated technology promotes both safety and sanitation of this popular cleansing practice.

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