Conditions for which colonic irrigation is effective

Anatori Sealife Comments 0 1st January 2020
Conditions for which colonic irrigation is effective - silicone breast implant exposure

“Colonic irrigation is certainly effective. Besides, silicone breast implant exposure, which results in disease symptoms, responds very well to colon cleanses. I am also at the centre of this silicone breast implant controversy by having consulted with over 500 women worldwide about the toxic environmental exposure caused by such implantation. Furthermore, I’ve given testimony as an expert witness before the United States Congress on this issue. I’ve also been advising the Department of Health and Human Services, the FDA, and consultants to the President, the vice president, the Director of Women’s Health at the White House, and the United Nations. Besides, I use colonic irrigation for the treatment of silicone toxicity. For instance, it works to chelate silicone out of the body,” says Dr Brawer.

“Let me explain! Maintaining a rheumatology practice for the past twenty-four years in Long Branch, New Jersey, Arthur E Brawer, MD, is an enthusiastic exponent of colonic irrigation for various health problems. Therefore, he cites this treatment in his published consumer book, Holistic Harmony.

“From day one of implantation, silicone micromolecules disperse throughout the body because the pore size (the porosity) of the envelope or shell enclosing the implant is larger than most of the silicone molecules contained inside. Thus, the disease symptoms derived from silicone toxicity are not dependent on envelope rupture. Therefore, symptoms begin immediately! In other words, the molecules of silicone travel through the membrane osmotically. Further, they become micro-dispersed throughout the body through the lymphatic system,” explains Dr Brawer.

Silicone is an essential component.

“Realize also that each person’s body’s connective tissue or collagen requires silicone as an essential component. Besides, the body needs a proper architectural structure for tendons, ligaments, nerve sheaths, and everything else. Silicone also makes up the glue that holds the skin together. In addition, it gives substance to the organs and acts as a regulator, signal transmitter, etc. Subsequently, it functions as an integral part of metabolism and physiology. Thus, all tissues depend on silicone as an essential ingredient,” Dr Brawer says.

“A silicone breast implant may also leak. Then, the body dumps and stores the silicone in its connective tissue. Therefore, colonic irrigation may be adequate. When that happens, a whole litany of complaints occurs:

  • joint pains,
  • dry eyes,
  • fatigue,
  • memory lapses,
  • skin rashes, as well as pigmentations,
  • chest pain,
  • muscle aches,
  • drug intolerance,
  • odour and smell sensitivity to hair sprays, room fresheners, deodorants, etc.

“The silicone molecules also become stuck in the body’s glue, and nobody can remove them by using medications, supplemental nutrients, or diet. We may apply only certain techniques to detoxify the body: colonic irrigation is perhaps the best way, and working as detoxifiers are Ayurvedic medicine, hyperthermia, steam baths, saunas, oxygen therapy, and energy-based therapies such as Reiki therapy and Qigong. Thus, any dietary approach has to be more an exclusionary basis – take the patient off of processed foods and have them eat organic,” confirms Dr Brawer. ” However, all the treatments for symptoms coming from silicone breast implants and colonic irrigation, I find one of the mainstays that offer relief.”

Conditions responding to colonic irrigation cited by rheumatologist Arthur E. Drawer, MD

“Colonic irrigation is certainly effective. For instance, it eliminates the repository of accumulated waste material from the bowel, which may be disadvantaged when absorbed. This absorption overwhelms the other purification organs, such as the liver, the kidneys, the skin, and the lungs. Besides, the toxin deposition becomes lodged throughout the body’s tissues and cells. It also becomes capable of triggering a variety of illnesses,” says rheumatologist Dr Arthur E Brawer. “There are lots of them indeed. To sum up, some disease indications for colonic irrigation responding well are:

AcneAttention Deficit Disorder
Memory LapsesHypertension
Brittle HairBrittle Nails
Cold Hands & FeetColitis
Irritable BowelMouth Sores
NauseaPeripheral Neuropathies
Pot BellyPoor Posture
Muscle PainJoint Aches
Skin RashesToxic Environmental Exposure
PigmentationToxic Occupational Exposure
Body OdorMultiple Sclerosis
Chronic FatiguePeptic Ulcer
Spastic Colon Seizures Chest Pain