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“To take care of the inherent weaknesses, we must take care of the whole person. But always the bowel first. If we take good care of the bowel, we can make the most of it and have better health as a result.” Dr. Bernard Jensen
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What Kind of Equipment is Used?
We use a state of the art colon hydrotherapy device that:
What are the Benefits of Colon Hydrotherapy?
A healthy, strong functioning colon is essential to maintaining good health. The colon, together with the kidneys, lungs and skin are responsible for eliminating toxic waste from your body. Over time, your colon may lose its ability to properly eliminate waste from the gastrointestinal tract due to a combination of poor diet, improper food-combining, drug intake, stress and/or lifestyle. Many people experience this, yet more often than not ignore the significance. When the colon is not functioning properly, it places the rest of the body on overload. Cleansing, hydrating and re-toning a poorly functioning colon may help reduce the risk of illness and 'dis-ease.' While the lungs, skin, kidneys and liver also serve to eliminate toxins, people have experienced that when they ensure that the colon is cleansed and rejuvenated, the well-being of the whole body is greatly enhanced. Colon hydrotherapy has been found to be an effective process available to accomplish this work quickly and easily.
Colon hydrotherapy is medically indicated as a colon cleansing method in preparation for a radiologic endoscopic examination such as a colonoscopy. In addition, colon hydrotherapy may be beneficial for individuals who are experiencing symptoms such as constipation, indigestion, headaches, lower back pain, fatigue or low energy, hemorrhoids, diarrhea, gas or bloating, occasional nausea, mood swings, leaky gut syndrome and irritable bowel syndrome.
What is Colon Hydrotherapy?
Colon hydrotherapy, also referred to as "colonic" or "colonic irrigation", is a safe, effective method of removing waste from the large intestine. By introducing a small amount of water into the colon, the waste is softened and loosened, resulting in evacuation through natural peristalsis. This process is repeated several times during a session. Use of water as a method of cleansing was first noted by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans. Devices for mechanically introducing water into the rectum were developed in Europe as early as the 10th and 11th Century. Today's sophisticated technology makes this health practice both safe and sanitary.
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“There is no ailment, sickness, or disease that will not respond to treatment quicker and more effectively than
it will after the administration of a series of colon irrigations.” Dr. Norman W. Walker