If the answer is yes, that’s great.
Because the other great news is, all natural colon hydrotherapy is available,
and can be super supportive to colon and digestive health.
See what Dr Jenn Stanley, https://www.fromscratchwellness.com/colon-hydrotherapy, has to say about it …
It can be many things and one should really do their research as well as check with a doctor if severely impaired.
Because our colons play a big role in overall health, we may struggle because of ever increasing toxins all around us,
potentially causing intestinal waste buildup, digestive issues and worse, autointoxication,
according to Ernst, E. M.D., Ph.d., F.R.C.P, who further points out;
Autointoxication is an ancient theory based on the belief that intestinal waste products can poison the body,
and are a major contributor to many, if not all, diseases.
As did Hippocrates, before, circa 460 bce.
The concept is, by rinsing the colon with purified water, using gentle water pressure, waste will flush out as the water is released.
Plus, it’s an ancient therapy recorded as far back as early Egyptian cultures,
so that’s cool.
Colon issues can, but not always, begin with poor diet, leading to constipation, as well as, bad bacteria overgrowth, excess gas and bloat,
and continuing over a long period time.
So put it all together, a toxic intestinal environment, yuk.
And as the theory of autointoxication by Dr Earnst’ reports, these toxins from your colon can return to ones bloodstream,
effecting us negatively.
The concept is simple.
Colon hydrotherapy simply rinses the colon with purified water, and should always be researched thoroughly to see if it’s right for you.
That said, Clenz does not prescribe, advise, treat or cure any medical disease or disorder.
One of the most common questions asked about colon hydrotherapy is, is it painful?
Simply put, no, colon hydrotherapy is not usually painful.
However, some report brief and minor discomfort as the nozzle entering your rectum slips into position.
And occasionally a few reports of cramping sensations from gas, though usually short lasting.
Colonics are easy to prepare for and only require a few steps.
To prep, refrain from food and liquids two hours before your appointment,
as advised by the International Association of Colon Hydrotherapy.
You can make an appointment online by clicking Request Appointment
Or call (323) 206 – 2282
Dr Jennifer Stanley, owner of From Scratch Wellness