Clean from the inside out!
The process of colon cleansing has been around since the time of the Essenes when they used a hollow reed to allow river water to flow into the colon. Cleaning the colon has always been thought to assist in maintaining health, like changing the oil in your car protects the engine.
The purpose of a colonic enema is to clean the colon, thereby strengthening the muscles to permit 1. better elimination of waste, 2. increased absorption of nutrients, 3. detoxification of the lymph system in the abdominal cavity. This is best done gently, allowing a retraining of the muscles and a renewed possibility of healing abnormal shapes of the colon, such as strictures, pockets and prolapses.
The procedure usually takes a little over an hour and can be accomplished in a variety of ways. At home, you could use a two-quart enema bag or a colema board. Professionally, a trained registered nurse will use a closed, continuous flow colonic machine, which is a safe and clean, and a thorough alternative to home enemas. In the state of New Jersey, colonics must be ordered by a medical doctor and administered by a registered nurse.
Don’t use an enema if you are experiencing internal bleeding (dark red blood that looks like coffee grounds), recurring urinary tract infections, or high blood pressure that can’t be controlled by medication. Review your health history and recent medical tests with me to determine the appropriateness of a colonic enema.
Look for deviations from function and normal structure to find the cause of symptoms. Don't follow a prescribed procedure that is designed to eliminate or relieve symptoms,
because every body is different!