If you're being hampered up by your friends that you are a piece of crap, maybe you should take some action. Colonic irrigation, which for a long time has been considered an exotic enema that is not meant for mere mortals, may not be that at all. At least not now.
Colonic irrigation is the use of water which has been enhanced by minerals to go through your colon and a light massage.
It may sound a little vile, but therapist who practice this say that colonic cleansing has benefits which apart from improving digestive system includes brightening up your skin, to even turning around your sex life.
If you want some of this butt treatment and are not affected by the side effects which include diarrhea for a few days and excessively farting, maybe you can try this treatment.
What is Colonic Irrigation
Colonic irrigation is a process which consists of pushing a liquid into your large intestine and eliminating poisons, which are typically the gases and fecal matter that has not been eliminated.
Some people, who try this treatment once, actually prefer to return for bi-monthly therapies and claim it makes them feel better as they are free of waste material lay inside them for a long time. This of course is not true.
Critics say that colonic irrigation is of no use as the contents of the bowel are regularly cleaned on their own. The bacteria there have a very important role to play. The whole process is unnecessary interference with nature and its balance.
Colonic hydrotherapy practitioners though have other claims (understandably) and say that:
* This can cure common things like IBS, constipation and allergies, and even halitosis.
* As food passes out faster, it helps people who have bulging pouches in their tummy.
* It makes a great complementary therapy with a detox diet and can ensure a complete removal of all toxins.
* It improves many body parts like the skin, lungs and urinary tract as proper colon function is important here.
Starting with Colonic
Have a chat with a well known therapist who can explain the benefits and the logic behind the claims. He could also tell you if you would make a nice candidate.
Those who are convinced are taken to a room and made to lie on their stomachs after disrobing themselves.
A machine that is maybe intentally meant to look like a Hoover is mounted on the wall and it has a large hose protruding out. You may have thoughts of ending the session but before you can say anything this end goes between your buttocks.
Once done, the machine kicks in and water with lots of minerals and sometimes even helpful bacteria travels into and fills up your bowels.
The machine is then turned off and your stomach is massaged. After around five minutes the machine goes back on and impure water flows back out through the hose.
After you get to see the accumulated waste inside you flowing out, you are left alone by the attendant. And though you may think that all that was in you has gone out already, you will feel an uncontrolled desire to empty yourself and before you know a lot of matter will burst out when you enter the washroom.
* The treatment makes use of around 60 liters of filtered water.
* Of this around 15 liters actually enters the bowels.
* Maintenance treatments are usually recommended.
* This is quite safe, if proper sterile equipment is used, and the only side effects are short term diameter and excess flatulence.
* And the treatment is not habit-forming (thank God for that!)
If you would now like to try some colon cleansing yourself, make sure you are the right candidate by discussing the idea with a health practitioner first. Only visit a med spa where the equipment is properly sterilized, and remember that having the treatment too often is not only expensive (and disgusting), but can also interfere with your natural defecation patterns.
The information in the article is not intended to substitute for the medical expertise and advice of your health care provider. We encourage you to discuss any decisions about treatment or care an appropriate health care provider.