Colon Hydrotherapy is gentle cleansing of the large intestines with warm water to remove impacted feces, gas, and mucus. This allows better absorbency of nutrients and leaves you feeling revitalized and full of energy. Colon Hydrotherapy can also help tone the muscles of the large intestines.
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For most individuals who receive Colon Hydrotherapy is pain free. Minor discomfort can be experienced during the insertion of the disposable tip, but this only lasts for a few seconds. During the treatment, you may feel some cramping in the abdominal area and occasionally clients feel slight nausea. Typically, these symptoms are experienced if you are dehydrated.
Colon Hydrotherapy is very safe when performed by a qualified therapist. We only use FDA approved medical devices for the procedure and all the equipment used is sterilized or disposable and the water goes through an advanced filtration process prior to entering the colon. Our therapists are trained and certified and meet the highest professional and ethical standards. You are in very safe and professional hands.
The benefits of Colon Hydrotherapy can include increased energy, improved circulation, clearer skin and eyes, mental clarity, weight normalizing, better digestions, relief from bloating and heaviness. By removing the waste material from the colon, the process of detoxification is given a boost and the harmful bacteria that is produced by encrusted fecal matter is removed from the body. Colon Hydrotherapy helps your immune system to help itself, by giving it a chance to breathe and allow the lymph system to effectively cleanse your body.
Colon Hydrotherapy can assist the body with healing a variety of conditions: constipation, diarrhea, irritable bowel, bloating, excessive gas, indigestion, allergies, candida overgrowth, skin problems, brittle nails and hair, abnormal body odor, unpleasant breath, backache, stiffness, arthritis, fatigue, insomnia, poor concentration, and headaches.
Healthy intestinal flora is present throughout the small and large intestines and Colon Hydrotherapy helps to improve their habitat, facilitating their reproduction.
Colon Hydrotherapy involves the gentle flow of water into the large intestines thru the rectum. The therapy is truly effective. A healthy functioning and balanced digestive system is important for optimal health. When the blood stream and other organs are overwhelmed with toxins, the body can/will malfunction.
It is difficult to identify the exact time in history that colon hydrotherapy emerged, but many historians trace it back to the ancient Egyptians. The historians tell us that the practice colon hydrotherapy, or in its more basic form, the enema, was passed down from the Gods to the Egyptians. There are numerous reports of the frequent use of the enema by the Egyptians, with all of them referencing a papyrus of the 14th century B.C., which is stored in the Royal Museum of Berlin. Descriptions of various methods of preparing enemas are found in the Ebers Papyrus, of the 14th century B.C. This document was obtained in 1873 by Georg Ebers, and dates from the XVIIIth Dynasty. Directions for the use of the enema (or clyster), and remedies for over 20 stomach and intestinal complaints "to drive out excrements" are mentioned. According to William Lieberman, M.D., verification of the frequent use of the enema by the Egyptians came from Herodotus (484-425 B.C.). In the 5th century B.C., Herodotus wrote: "The Egyptians clear themselves on three consecutive days, every month, seeking after health by emetics and enemas for they think that all disease comes to man from his food."
Use of the enema was not limited just to Egyptians. Information on the use of enemas was recorded on the cuneiform inscriptions on Babylonian and Assyruan tablets, as early as 600 B.C., and there are references recorded in Hindu medical texts such as the Susruta Smhita, the work of Susruta, the father of Hindu surgery. Susruta describes the use of "syringes and bougies as well as a rectal speculum."
The Greeks and Romans also contributed to the history of the enema. First, Hippocrates (4th and 5th century B.C.) the well-known Greek physician, recorded using enemas for fever therapy, and disorders of the body in his "on Regimen in Acute Disease." Then the Roman physician, Asclepiades of Bithynia (124 B.C.) who is credited with establishing medicine in Rome, preferred the enema over the use of laxatives. Asclepiades used the enema for intestinal worms and fevers. ACCORDING TO WWW.GPACT.ORG
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