Colonic irrigation – prevention

Anatoli Silajev Comment 1 6th January 2014
Colonic Irrigation - Prevention

The best method of prevention is colonic irrigation. Colon cancer appears more frequently in women, and rectal cancer has a higher occurrence in men. Periodic cleansing would minimise the exposure of potential carcinogens to the colon walls. Would dilute the toxin concentration in the cecum and facilitate the removal of the same. 

As a result, the load on the portal and lymphatic system will reduce. Consequently, it will allow the eliminating organs to balance the removal of the toxins produced and accumulated in the body. However, if a breakdown in one or more of the systems occurs, then toxins will keep accumulating. As a result, the potential for the disease grows.

Studies have shown a particular relationship between the nature of nutrition and the type of microflora in the intestine. Thus, a high protein diet leads to the growth of predominantly proteolytic putrefactive bacteria producing toxic compounds.

Alteration of the physiologic flora(balanced) can predispose to the development of 36 of these bacterial toxins. The pathogenic flora consists of streptococcus, staphylococcus, E. coli, Bacillus Welchii, etc. They are present generally in small numbers. Where conditions exist that alter this proposed balance, the pathogenic flora can flourish and be a source of disease. Bacterial enzymes may digest small amounts of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates which have escaped digestion in the small intestine. Those bacteria can break down cellulose and synthesise specific vitamins of the B-complex and vitamin K. The E. Coli bacteria can split triglycerides(the fatty acids). Colonic irrigation is the best way of prevention and aid for good microflora.



Mucosa absorbs the products of putrefaction in small quantities and transports them to the liver via blood. Subsequently, the liver and the kidney excrete those toxins in the form of sulfates and glucuronide. The material which remains in the colon and turns into faeces contain indole and skatole, mercaptan, hydrogen sulfide and bacterial end products of cystine. These substances give the wastes an unpleasant odour.

The colour of the faeces is due to bacterial action on stercobilin (bile pigment).

Increased level of ammonia in the vascular system of the liver characterises such a disease as cirrhosis. To clarify, it causes severe neurological symptoms resembling hepatic coma. A low protein diet as prevention may ameliorate these symptoms.

Cleansing the colon serves to dilute and remove the toxin concentration in the large intestine and respective blood supply. Besides, a change in diet from high protein to high carbohydrate results in the dominance of a non-putrefactive flora. Moreover, ingestion of fermentable carbohydrates (glucose, fructose, lactose) causes a delay of or prevention or complete inhibition of the putrefactive process.

Prevention and detoxification

The liver is the main detoxification organ of the body. The hepatic (liver) portal vein drains the gastrointestinal tract, gallbladder, pancreas and spleen. In addition to removing, altering, storing, and delivering to the body digested fats, carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, and minerals, hepatocytes (liver cells) will detoxify any toxins (poisons) present and remove them from the system.

The problem arises when toxins are present in too high a number to be adequately handled by the liver. (Phenol and skatol usually escape liver action) As any organ or system in the body, the liver has a limited capacity for performing these functions of metabolism.

This breakdown results in increased absorption of toxic substances, and if left uncorrected, the body will poison itself (Autointoxification). Intestinal cleansing is a prevention therapeutic measure which addresses the cause or source of the problem. Other treatments of the symptoms only will provide only temporary relief to this problem.

Parkland Natural Health Clinic offers colonic irrigation in London. This process would clean and dilute the toxin load in the large intestine. As a result, a burden on the liver will reduce and allow the various eliminating organs of the body to restore internal balance. In conjunction with a rejuvenated immune system, it will also improve the overall health of the individual. Besides, colonic irrigation is the best method of prevention for the body.