Colonics Definition

Colonics: By introducing filtered and temperature regulated water under gentle pressure into the colon, the body is aided in eliminating the toxic wastes that have accumulated during the digestive process.

Usual colonic therapy last about 45 minutes consisting of an irrigation machine funneling water through a patients entire colon. The water induces peristaltic contractions in the colon which enable toxic wastes and harmful substances to be expelled out of the body. Most patients need a series of colonic irrigations and not just on therapy treatment. When conducted properly by a trained professional, the patient should not feel any pain or discomfort during the session.

This type of colon cleansing is said to reduce the risk of colon cancer if conducted regularly by a trained colon hydrotherapist. Colonics filter out toxic wastes and help regulated healthy colon activity.

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