What is colon hydrotherapy?
Colon hydrotherapy is a highly effective detoxification treatment that removes accumulated toxins from the body by flushing the colon with purified water. It is one of the most powerful and effective ways of cleansing and detoxifying the overall body system.
The colon is the key waste evacuation route for the body. It is five to six feet long, absorbs water and nutrients back into circulation, has a microbial terrain that is often out of balance, and serves to eliminate fecal matter, thereby decreasing our body’s toxic burden. When our colon is overburdened by toxins, fungal overgrowth, or impacted fecal matter, the body reacts and produces signals of this imbalance – these are the symptoms we begin to notice.
A series of 3 to 6 colon hydrotherapy treatments promotes proper colon function, allows vital nutrients to be absorbed more easily, restores regular bowel movements, strengthens the colon wall, improves general health, and leaves you feeling rejuvenated.
Why not use enemas, laxatives, or suppositories?
Everything has its proper place, but those methods are not substitutes for colonics. Enemas are useful for people who are severely constipated and need at least something moving. Many laxatives include harsh chemicals which can negatively irritate the colon; when used too frequently, the body’s natural peristalsis (the natural contraction of the colon) can become impaired. Furthermore, both enemas and suppositories will empty the rectum only, whereas a colon hydrotherapy series will flush out the whole colon while also strengthening the colon walls. Colon hydrotherapy is the most effective method for holistic colon cleansing.
Conditions that respond well to colon hydrotherapy (but not limited to):
- Food Allergies
- Mood Swings / PMS
- Chronic Diarrhea
- Candida Albicans
- Weight Gain
- Skin Problems (acne, eczema, and psoriasis)
- Joint Pain
- Bloating Gas
- Muscle & Joint Pain
- Parasites and Fungus
- Sugar Cravings
“Every tissue is fed by the blood, which is supplied by the intestinal system. When the intestines are overburdened, the blood is overburdened and so are the organs and the tissues. It is the intestinal system that has to be cared for before any effective healing can take place.” – Dr. Bernard Jensen