Saline cleansing of the intestine has been known to people since ancient times. It came into the modern world from Indian yogic practices. This procedure is also known as Shanka Prakshalana.
Like other techniques of yoga, it consists of several steps, and it should be done in strict accordance with the rules; otherwise, the salt needed to cleanse the intestines, can harm the body.
Being more than seven meters long, the intestine is the largest organ of the human body. The importance of its function is difficult to overestimate.
Most of the nutrients that we get from food are absorbed into the blood in the intestine. Waste generation occurs in the same place.
A healthy body regularly gets rid of waste by defecation. But even perfect health does not guarantee that natural bowel cleansing saves us from all the toxic waste that accumulates in the body. Dirty colon is an excellent breeding ground for bacteria that violate the natural beneficial microflora.
As a result, the body absorbs nutrients, minerals and vitamins worse and becomes more vulnerable to toxins.
It affects the condition of the liver, immune, excretory and cardiovascular systems. People with a dirty intestine usually have skin problems, early wrinkles, rashes and papillomas appear.
The most common symptoms of toxicity are:
These symptoms are usually associated with stress and depression and are treated accordingly. And a lot of the time of sterile therapy can pass before the real cause of depression is established.
Saline cleansing of the intestine is easy to carry out at home. The main thing is to follow the rules and make sure that you do not have contraindications to the procedure.
When is the saline cleansing of the intestine strictly prohibited?
The list of contraindications for cleaning includes the following items:
The level of efficiency and safety of colonic hydrotherapy is higher, and the specialists of our clinic in London will explain all the nuances of the treatment.