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Not All Advertized Colonics Are Colonics,

Some are Really only Colemas!

3 kinds of colon hydrotherapy--only one is very effective!

 

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Putting water in the colon for the purpose of washing old fecal matter out of the body is called colon hydrotherapy.  There are 3 types of colon hydrotherapy with 3 different degrees of effectiveness.

1. The least effective method is an enema.  An enema is often self-administered at home with a gravity-feed bottle that has a small water line measuring a few feet with a small speculum that enters the rectum.  Usually, this procedure is messy, takes a long time, is rather uncomfortable and rarely reaches more that a foot or two into the 5 to 6 foot bowel.  Obviously this leaves much of the colon untouched with no change for the better.

2. An alarming trend is towards an open system process with a “pencil-thin” speculum that is self administered and can present many problems.  First of all, this process (termed a colema) uses an open reservoir system which can allow for a source of possible contamination.  Another issue is that the speculum that enters the body is pencil thin and if improperly inserted by the client (who is alone in the room unassisted) can result in possible damage to the sensitive rectal tissues. 

 

Now the subject, after it is inserted, lies on a table that has an open evacuation trough under the buttocks.  When water flows into the rectum any evacuation can simultaneously flow right back out into the trough.  This, too, can be a source of possible contamination and many of our clients say that it is a bit embarrassing to have fecal material spilling out into a toilet like pan underneath them.

 

It is also less effective because an impacted colon will simply not allow a small flow of water from a tiny pencil-thin speculum to penetrate up into the colon 5 to 6 feet.  Because of this it may take many colemas to equal a properly administered colonic.

3. The most effective colon hydrotherapy is the colonic.  A colonic uses a closed system that prevents bacteria from entering the system and ultimately entering the client.  Colonics use a positive low-pressure flow that is gauged and regulated.  Water temperature is also gauged and monitored.  Instead of evacuating into an open-air trough, the colonic employs a disposable evacuation hose and speculum so that the feces is never exposed to the air in the room.

 

A professionally administered colonic employs a professional practitioner that can, not only use special techniques to help in the process, but who can also answer questions as they arise unlike the “unassisted” colemas.

 

Angel Healing Center only does Authentic Colonics!

 

(Our colonics are free of fluoride!)

 

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