Why It’s Important To Have A Colonic Hydrotherapy
Why it’s important to have a colonic hydrotherapy
Why it is important to have colonic hydrotherapy? reduces parasites in the colon. Parasites in the blood, come mostly from the colon. During my study at the Richter Medical & Alternative Clinic, I saw worms expelled from the colon, and a few days afterward the patient shows a clear improvement of the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome diagnosis.
A stool sample through a dark field microscope looks like pond water on steroids. There are hundreds of different fungi, bacteria, and parasites in just one field of view and each secretes products damaging to health.
There are 3,657,600 – 7,315,200 villi in an average adult’s intestine and that is a lot of surface area that can easily clog by digestion of animal products and fiberless foods.
Most people are in shock with the thought of 5 gallons of water flushes through their colon with a person standing over them massaging their stomach. Yet, it has proven benefits to health. An enema will only flush a few quarts through your intestine and never is 100% effective.
Colonic irrigation is a procedure for removing waste and toxins from the bowel also known as colonic hydrotherapy. It can help remove hardened fecal matter impacted on the colon wall and remove worms or parasites living in your intestine.
Here are some pictures of fecal matter removed through colonic irrigation.
The estimated average person will have 5 – 15 pounds (2 – 7 kilograms) of waste matter impacted on the colon wall, built up over years of eating heavy foods requiring mucus secretion to protect the stomach and colon resulting in an increase of toxins through parasites.
An impacted colon can cause:
- Acne, psoriasis, and other skin problems.
- Asthma, allergies, persistent runny nose and colds,
- Anxiety, depression, and irritability
- Bladder Infections, bloated stomach, and wind
- Chronic fatigue syndrome
- Constipation and indigestion
- Colon Cancer
- Colon Diseases
- Fluid retention
- Food allergies
- Halitosis (bad breath)
- Headaches and sinus problems
- Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Menstrual problems, pre-menstrual syndrome
- Poor memory
- Weakened immune system
Benefits of Colonic Irrigation
Colonic irrigation, fasting and enema, and a change in diet to more high fiber foods, and more fruits and vegetables in the diet may help to reduce the symptoms listed above by clearing out the impacted waste matter and enabling the colon to function effectively again.
Post Colonic Irrigation
Colonics are intrusive. Peristalsis is the rhythmic contraction of smooth muscles to propel contents through the digestive tract. After a colonic, the natural rhythm of the intestine disrupted and it takes a few days for it to get back to natural movement. Eat fruits and vegetables only for two days after the colonic. If the hygienist does not implant healthy intestinal bacteria after the flush, they are doing you a disservice. Failure to implant healthy bacteria will cause constipation for about a week and the unhealthy bacteria will take control of the intestine leading to a host of problems.
It is important to have your intestinal bacteria replaced after a colonic.
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