We believe that harmful and ballast substances can accumulate in the body due to malnutrition and because of ageing. Therefore, cleansing of the intestine and liver with mineral water is an essential component of health.
So, from time to time, it is necessary to carry out procedures for the body detox covering the intestine, then the liver and the kidneys. And, as the final, body fluids are purified. Several methods of detoxing the body at home exist.
Usually, intestinal cleansing is performed as an underwater intestinal lavage or colonic irrigation. For home colonic cleansing, there are two main ways either using particular medications or using salted water.
In the latter case, we need to drink about ten glasses of salted water within 60 to 90 minutes. The amount of salt is about a teaspoon per litre of water. It is advisable to do this procedure 3 to 5 times, with interruptions of 1 or 2 days, and then repeat the process several times a year.
Contraindications are severe gastritis, stomach ulcer, diseases of pancreas or intestines, infectious diseases in the acute stage.
A great way to cleanse the intestines is colonic hydrotherapy. So, contact our clinic in London for advice on bowel irrigation.
You can begin to detox the liver after cleansing the intestine. We call that procedure “tyubazh or tubage”. Another name for that is “liver flush”. The patient is allowed to drink 200-250 millilitres of mineral water from the pre-open bottle in the morning, on an empty stomach.
You can add 5 g of magnesium sulphate(Epsom salt) or sorbitol to mineral water, which contributes to a more active release of the gallbladder. Have the same amount of mineral water in 15 to 20 minutes again. After taking water, the patient should lie down and be in a horizontal position for 1.5-2 hours, with a warmer in the right hypochondrium.
There are contraindications; therefore, it is better to carry out the procedure under the supervision of specialists. Cleansing of the intestine and liver is a guarantee of health and well-being for many years.