Colonic Hydrotherapy, also known as Colonic Irrigation or a Colonic is a treatment which addresses digestive and inflammatory concerns. Your gut health can be exasperated by stress, emotional difficulties, travelling, our modern lifestyles and processed foods. Alleviation can be provided from embarrassing and uncomfortable digestive concerns, such as constipation, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), a disrupted ileocecal valve, leaky gut, Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth (SIBO), candida, flatulence, bloating, cramping, parasite overgrowth and dysbiosis. Providing an effective maintenance tool for a healthy diet & lifestyle and to aid detoxification and a weight-loss program. Professional enemas and probiotic implants can be added to your treatment, to further the results, address specific concerns, support your motivations and reinoculate your microbiome.
All disease begins in the gut. - Hippocrates 460-370BC
A weak, irritated and congested large intestine is a breeding place for bacteria that simply do their job, that is, to decompose potentially hazardous waste material. As a side effect of their life-saving activities, the microbes produce poisonous substances. Some of the toxins produced by the bacteria enter the blood, which sends them straight to the liver. Constant exposure of liver cells to these toxins impairs their performance and reduces bile secretion, which leads to further disruption of digestive functions. - Andreas Moritz (1998).
If a person has eaten processed, fried and overcooked foods, devitalized starches, sugar and excessive amounts of salt, his colon cannot possibly be efficient, even if he should have a bowel movement two to three times a day! Instead of furnishing nourishment to the nerves, muscles, cells and tissues of the walls of the colon, such foods can actually cause starvation of the colon. A starved colon may let a lot of fecal matter pass through it, but it is unable to carry on the last of the digestive and nourishing processes and functions intended for it.
In order to live, the human body must be nourished. The cells and tissues composing the anatomy are live organisms with an amazing degree of resilience, elasticity and buoyancy. To be able to replenish and re-invigorate these cells and tissues, their nourishment must necessarily be composed of live elements, i.e., foods with life-giving properties. There are also foods whose ultimate function is to cleanse and remove used-up cells and tissues and pilot this waste matter to the colon for evacuation. - Norman W. Walker (1979).