Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions

Almost never. Many of us have 5 or more kilos of impacted faeces in our colon. The matter built up in our colon is often hardened and rubbery material and substantial work must be done to remove it.

No mess, no fuss, no odour! In fact, a very relaxing experience. Your dignity is completely maintained with proper draping in a private room.

Colon Hydrotherapy is a valuable procedure used to assist the body with a wide variety of colon related conditions. Common effects are sinus drainage, a loosening of mucous in the lungs, improved range of motion (including core flexibility), skin tightening, feeling younger, clearing up of acne and skin conditions, improved posture, abdomen softening and shrinking, relief of headaches, less fatigue and improved bowel function.

With the use of high-tech disposable apparatus, the equipment is made ‘new’ every session. There is total hygienic safety, superior even to sterilisation.

Using an enema you are missing about 4 feet of the colon. During a colonic, the water goes all the way through 5 feet of the colon. Laxatives are irritants and leave behind impacted toxins and waste on the walls of the colon.

If your bowel is toxic you have little or no good intestinal flora to begin with. The helpful bacteria can only live in an acidic environment whereas the harmful ones thrive in an alkaline environment. Years of improper eating, lack of exercise and poor elimination, creates an alkaline colon. This cleansing program changes the environment from alkaline to acid.

Rarely. Sometimes during the procedure, the muscles of the colon contract which feels like cramping or gas with pressure in the rectum. Most of the process is mild and gentle with a wonderfully light and empty feeling afterwards.

Absolutely, It is a great time to come for a Colonic as your body is starting to cleanse itself and Colonics can help ease bloating and hormonal issues associated with your Period.

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