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Our intestines are responsible for many of the problems that are affecting the health of our population. Therefore, the maintenance of an adequate flora is very important.

Colon hydrotherapy is the most suitable technique for intestinal sanitation and replacement of the flora. It is a medical technique that should be practiced by health personnel where, with treated water and with a specially designed and cataloged equipment as medical equipment, we will introduce that water treated with a certain temperature inside the intestine through a cannula.

To perform this treatment, we will get to one third of the large intestine and, keeping that water inside the intestine for a period that can vary between a few seconds and a minute, we will return that water again and so on we will do several washes of the final third of the colon.

What happens to the toxic waste that we do not eliminate?

The waste inside the body is too toxic. These toxins are reabsorbed in the body and circulate in the bloodstream, consequently they make us feel sick, tired and weak.

Some of the common symptoms to know if you have a toxic colon are:

  • Headache
  • Back pain
  • Constipation
  • Fatigue
  • Bad breath
  • Body odor
  • Irritability
  • Confusion
  • Abdominal gas
  • Inflammation
  • Diarrhea
  • Pain in sciatica
  • Overweight

Open system colonic method

This system consists of a large “recliner chair” which is molded and conditioned with a type of washing where the back / buttocks of the patient will be accommodated, in the washing is a catheter that is the size of a pencil and is connected to a small and flexible hose. You undress from your waist down, and position yourself on the table, then you will hold the catheter in position and slowly slide down so that the catheter is a couple of inches to your rectum. Then recline on the table / armchair, with pillow on the head and try to relax.

The therapist will open the warm water which will enter your body slowly. When you feel full or have a need to evacuate, you simply remove the water in the wash, as if you were evacuating in the bathroom. The catheter will remain in place and you will simply evacuate around the tube. You can see all the debris through the pipe that is transparent in color.

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