Previously, the procedure of inserting an enema to rinse the colon was popular, however, it was not pleasant and ineffective. Modern approaches to the problem and are simpler, yet many times more effective and comfortable.
Famous clinics offer the most common type of cleansing procedures called colon hydrotherapy. Colonic irrigation, with herbs and other beneficial solutions included, will help completely restore the function of the digestive tract. The procedure is better known as a method for the complete purification of the intestines and the whole body, thereby fully improving the patients health.
It is not recommended to do the procedure by yourself, as clinics that specialize in that treatment are widely available and are a more reliable alternative. The procedure itself requires the patient to lie horizontally and a specialist will administer water into the body with or without medicinal herb solutions, enterosorbents or probiotics.
After cleansing, the waste is discharged from the body through a hose without any leaks and unpleasant odours. This is facilitated by a well thought-out system of waste tubes intended for single use. However, if the procedure suddenly causes any possible inconveniences, the expert will immediately settle all the irritations.
Like most medical procedures, colonic irrigation is not an instant treatment and is composed of multiple stages. Cleansing the intestine and softening the waste takes time, so a one-time session is not enough to reliably clear the digestive tract from any possible toxins. Usually, it takes up to six procedures to achieve the desired result. Colon hydrotherapy, with herbs or other additives, helps to improve your health and restore the whole body back to its original state.
Active sorbents, that are added to the water during a colonic irrigation treatment, help to remove any endogenous and exogenous toxins from the body, which can, additionally, have a rejuvenating effect on the skin and remove old and harmful faecal deposits. Furthermore, the treatment has a massaging effect that normalises colon motility and restores the peristaltic movement of the intestine.
As the numerous food-borne bacteria and viruses are washed out, the immunocompetent bowel structures begin to function normally after the procedure. Also, by stimulating the intestines, organs that are directly linked to the digestive system (liver, kidneys) are stimulated too, allowing them to also recover and function properly.
These sessions also restore the blood supply to the bladder and uterus/prostate, which prevents the occurrence of a number of diseases of the genitourinary system.