Colonic Hydrotherapy or Irrigation may sound a far-fetched answer to all these problems but it is really no more than an internal bath, helping to cleanse the colon of poisons, gas and accumulated matter. Unlike an enema it does not involve the retention of water. Just a steady flow in and out, stimulating the colon to recover its natural shape, tone and peristaltic wave action. It also reaches along the intestines further than an enema.
A series of four to eight colonics is recommended at first, depending on the patient’s circumstances. Have no fear – colonic irrigation is a pleasant experience involving neither embarrassment nor discomfort. Some patients have been known to doze off during treatment.
The patient lies on a couch next to a temperature controlled input tank, and a triple-sterilized speculum is gently inserted into the rectum. The water temperature and pressure are carefully monitored by the therapist. Filtered water flows into the colon via a small tube and out through another tube called the evacuation tube. The colon will start to feel full, then the water is released carrying with it impacted faeces and mucus. As the waters flows out of the colon the therapist gently massages the abdomen to assist the release of its contents. The therapist can watch the contents being discharged through inspection of the evacuation tube. The system completely closed so there is no odour or external contact with the water. The whole process takes around half an hour and the patient is well covered throughout the treatment – modesty is given top priority.
Afterwards it is quite normal to have the urge to visit the toilet especially on your first session, after which you will feel extremely empty. After a series of treatments a lactobacillus implant is usually given via the rectum to replace any bacteria that have been washed out.
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WHAT IS COLONIC HYDROTHERAPY?Colonic Hydrotherapy or Irrigation may sound a far-fetched answer to all these problems but it is really no more than an internal bath, helping to cleanse the colon of poisons, gas and accumulated matter. Unlike an enema it does not involve the retention of water. Just a steady flow in and out, stimulating the colon to recover its natural shape, tone and peristaltic wave action. It also reaches along the intestines further than an enema.A series of four to eight colonics is recommended at first, depending on the patient’s circumstances. Have no fear – colonic irrigation is a pleasant experience involving neither embarrassment nor discomfort. Some patients have been known to doze off during treatment.The patient lies on a couch next to a temperature controlled input tank, and a triple-sterilized speculum is gently inserted into the rectum. The water temperature and pressure are carefully monitored by the therapist. Filtered water flows into the colon via a small tube and out through another tube called the evacuation tube. The colon will start to feel full, then the water is released carrying with it impacted faeces and mucus. As the waters flows out of the colon the therapist gently massages the abdomen to assist the release of its contents. The therapist can watch the contents being discharged through inspection of the evacuation tube. The system completely closed so there is no odour or external contact with the water. The whole process takes around half an hour and the patient is well covered throughout the treatment – modesty is given top priority.Afterwards it is quite normal to have the urge to visit the toilet especially on your first session, after which you will feel extremely empty. After a series of treatments a lactobacillus implant is usually given via the rectum to replace any bacteria that have been washed out.*167\326\8*

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