Colonic cleansing, sometimes called colonic hydrotherapy, a colonic, an enema, or colon irrigation, or simply a colon, is a relatively new alternative medical treatment claimed to eliminate unspecified toxins from your colon and intestinal system by eliminating supposed fecal accumulations of matter in the large intestine. Many proponents of colon hydrotherapy believe that the colon stores waste products and eliminates these waste products through your digestive tract, but some opponents think differently. Some think that colon hydrotherapy (or colonies) is actually harmful. In fact, this debate has been going on for some time now, with proponents citing evidence that colonics can reduce your immunity level and others citing research that says this is untrue. This article will discuss both sides of the debate so that you can decide if colon hydrotherapy is right for you.
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There are two types of colon hydrotherapy – one where you have a tube inserted into your rectum to pump warm water and herbal medicine through your rectum and into your colon; and one where you have a warm, plastic bag containing herbal medication and warm water poured into your rectum. Another difference between the two types of colon hydrotherapy is where the tube inserts into your rectum. Some doctors insert the tube directly into your rectum, while others recommend inserting the tube only past your anus so that the warm water can reach your colon. Whichever method you use, both types of colon hydrotherapy provide relief from constipation, diarrhea, and bloating.
There’s no evidence out there showing that colon hydrotherapy is harmful. However, it’s important to understand that colonics aren’t a cure-all. You should always consult your doctor before embarking on colon hydrotherapy or any other alternative treatments, including natural remedies like herbal clinics or natural laxatives, which can be safer for you. Hydrotherapy also doesn’t work for everyone, as some people suffer from intestinal gas, colitis, and parasites (such as tapeworms) in their colon. But most people who try colonics find great improvement and enjoy significant improvements in their bowel movements.