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What happens during a Colonic?
A case history is taken and the procedure explained on your first appointment. The appointment is 1 hour and 15 minutes. The treatment lasts approximately 45 minutes. A disposable speculum is inserted in to the rectum which is connected to a plastic hose and warm filtered water is gently introduced into the colon from a closed gravity system. Abdominal massage is used to stimulate the release of stored matter. Your modesty is preserved at all times. Enema herbs may also be used during the treatment.

Is it painful?
No. Sometimes during a colonic the colon will contract and expel large amounts of matter causing cramping and a feeling of urgency, these sensations are tolerable and brief. Many people enjoy the sensation and feel relieved, cleaner and lighter afterward.

Is it safe?
Not only is it safe but also beneficial. All equipment is either disposable or sterilized using an ARCH approved sterilizing solution. The water is filtered and introduced under low pressure; there is no danger of bowel perforation.

How will I benefit?
The colon is the waste bin of the digestive tract and few people eliminate regularly, ideally two to three times per day. Without regular emptying decay, stagnation and formation of bad bacteria occurs. High toxin levels within the body lead to halitosis, (bad breath) irritability, low energy levels, low moods to list a few!

Colonic irrigation helps unload the toxins and cleanses the ‘waste-bin’ of it’s putrefied load.

How is a Colonic helpful?
During Colonic Irrigation the muscle action is improved, the pockets are emptied and the colon begins to exercise and work efficiently; this allows this large muscle to return to it’s original form. The transit time of waste matter is improved due to this improvement. Nutrients are able to be readily and naturally absorbed through the bowel wall.

How many treatments will I need?
Your therapist will assess and advise you after your initial treatment on frequency and follow-up advice to maintain a healthy state.

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