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                   "Death begins in the colon" Don't believe it? Ask any coroner.  

Autopsies often reveal colons  that are clogged up to 80% with waste material." Chronic constipation resulting from stress, poor diet, and the use of antidepressants and other harsh prescription medications are just some of the many reasons people seek colonic treatment.


To help reach their individual goal series of 3 colonic sessions are recommended to start so that you can enjoy the relief in knowing that all that impacted fecal matter as been removed.  Even though everyone needs are different and it takes approximately 10 to 15 colonic sessions to reach and remove waste from the right side of the colon.

Frequent Asks Questions : 

What physically happens during a colonic session?
Once you and your therapist have discussed the procedure and you feel more at ease with your new health venture. The therapist will typically advise you of the schedule of colon cleansing that you will need to plan in order to accomplish these goals. A series of colonics is generally required to bring the body back to a state of optimal health. Before starting the procedure you are given a gown and asked to remove appropriate clothing. Then you need to empty your bladder in a nearby toilet so that your session won't be interrupted. ​A Colon Hydrotherapy session is a restorative, painless procedure that is both relaxing and effective. During your appointment, your modesty and personal well-being are always maintained, a the procedure begins with you lying comfortably treatment table. A small speculum is gently inserted into the rectum, and your therapist monitors the temperature and gentle flow of warm, highly filtered water into and out of your large intestine through a disposable, sanitized tube. Unlike other methods, no pressure or force is ever used. Instead, patients sometimes describe a "sensation of movement," and your therapist may encourage energy flow by lightly massaging key reflex points on your abdomen. As your body continues to relax and the water begins to flow out, it carries with it built up waste matter, toxins, and trapped gasses through a completely closed system, with no fear of exposure to you or your therapist. A session usually last 30 to 45 mins tops.

How will I feel during the session?
Most people are nervous at first. After that, they relax. By the end of a session, generally people feel cleaner and healthier. As a therapist, I am also encouraged by the people who don't feel better after a session. A difficult colonic session can signal a distressed colon and progress being made to change that state.

Does it hurt?
No. As your colon fills with water you may have some cramping. This is good. Your therapist uses this cue to empty your colon and assist you to release. Good communication with the therapist is what makes it a pain-free experience. I stay with the client during the entire treatment. This allows me to "work" the colon therapy machine in order to move out the 2 to 20 feet of stool during a regular session. Also, I pay attention to a person's body language as some people experience more discomfort than others. When someone is experiencing discomfort, I will massage the belly, or slow the flow of water, or let them sit on the toilet. One of the main jobs of the client is to tell me when he or she feels full. At this point, I will let out the water that has been building up in the colon. With the release of water comes stool.

Will I leak or make a mess all over?
No, most people don't leak. Part of the colon therapist's job is to diminish your chance of leaking by controlling the water flow and listening to you. It is rare that a client makes a mess.

How long does it take?
A colonic session usually takes between 30 minutes and one hour.

After a colonic will I need to be close to the toilet all day?

No, this is not a worry.

How will I feel when I am finished?
Some feel relaxed and a little tired, others feel empty or lighter, and 95% of my clients state that they feel great!

Is there any time I shouldn't have colonics?
You shouldn't have colonics if you have uncontrolled hypertension or congestive heart failure, an aneurysm, severe anemia, GI hemorrhage/perforation, severe hemorrhoids, renal insufficiency, cirrhosis, carcinoma of the colon, fistulas, abdominal hernia, recent colon surgery (less than three months prior), or are in the first or third trimester of pregnancy. 

Are colonics more effective than in-home enemas?
Some people say yes, absolutely. Others  In many ways, the effectiveness issue really comes down to personal preference and skill. You certainly do have access to a lot more water during a colonic session. Thirty to fifty gallons of water is much more than 6 quarts. Also, you have access to a trained professional with valuable experience. If you have access to colonics and you can afford it, I would definitely give it a try. In addition, because this program can be difficult to stick to at times, setting up and paying for your colonic sessions at the start of your program can make all the difference in the world, because you have made an agreement with another person and it is this person's job to support you throughout the process.

How often should I have a colonic?
Like brushing your teeth, you might choose to make colon cleansing a part of your regular hygiene program. Regular colon cleansing can be a very healthy choice. There is no one prescription for everyone. Most people find that after a colonic experience, they feel much better. It is this renewed vitality that is your guide. Keep it in mind. As soon as you find it diminishing, have a colon therapy session, to feel better instantly, most people benefit greatly from cleansing their colon at least one time per month.

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