Colonic FAQs

You should not use Colonics if you have any of the following conditions

  • Intestinal surgery within 12 months
  • Active colon cancer
  • Significant bleeding from rectum
  • Inflamed, bleeding hemorrhoids
  • Aggravated fissures and fistulas
  • Receiving kidney dialysis
  • Renal insufficiency
  • Some hernias
  • Liver cirrhosis
  • Organ failure, recent or pending
  • Tumor in colon or rectum
  • Extreme deficiency
  • Acute pain in your lower right abdomen
  • Acute pain in your upper right abdomen
  • Colitis (acute, bleeding)
  • Crohn’s (acute, bleeding)
  • Colostomy bag
  • Diverticulitis (active, infected)
  • Early stage pregnancy
  • Uncontrolled cardiac disease
  • History of colon perforation
  • Kidney insufficiency
  • Ileocecal valve malfunction

Some exceptions apply, with doctor’s referral.

The waist material, which over the time being accumulated in the colon such a compacted feces, fecal stones, dead tissue cells, accumulated mucus, parasites, etc. may cause discomfort.

First, these wastes are toxic (poisonous). They enter the body in his bloodstream, and this produces the state of illness, fatigue and weakness.

Second, compaction reduces the ability of the intestine to absorb minerals and vitamins produced by good bacteria.

And, finally, the build-up to the walls of the intestine weaken muscle contraction, the sluggish decline is slowing the passage of food leads to constipation and, in the end – to the disorder of the gastrointestinal tract.

No. Just as we don’t eliminate bacteria from the mouth by drinking water, we don’t eliminate it from the colon when we flush the colon with water. During a colonic, we use purified water to hydrate, dissolve and transport solid waste and gas out of the body. It does not disrupt the mucosal membrane where the majority of beneficial bacteria colonize.

No. Since a colonic cleans out your colon, once your treatment has concluded, you may not need to go to the toilet for a day or so after your treatment. You can safely go about your business after your treatment without worrying about getting caught short.
Having a colonic can fit easily into your day without any disruption.

No. The procedure is generally not painful at all. In fact, many people find it to be a relaxing experience. A speculum is inserted into your rectum with lubricant for ease of insertion. We use a gentle, slow flow of water to cleanse the colon, and the water temperature is adjusted to the individual’s comfort level.

No. Colonics are a safe and gentle treatment when performed by a trained and certified therapist. We use filtered water and sterile and disposable equipment to ensure the utmost cleanliness and safety.

While it is true that the body has its own natural processes for eliminating waste, there are many factors that can disrupt this process, such as a poor diet, stress, and medication. Colonics can help to flush out any built-up waste and toxins in the colon, which can improve overall health and well-being.

Your appointment will last about one hour. This includes time for preparations, followed by your colonic (approximately 35-minutes) and time after the session.

The normal water enema only reaches rectum and lower part of the colon, while as hydrotherapy washed all colon (the length of which in adults is up to 2 meters). Colon irrigation is much more efficient than the usual enema. According to some studies “One wash is equivalent to 30 ordinary enemas.”

No. This time is quite convenient for the treatment. Your body is already doing its self-purification which makes colonic much more effective.

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