Colonic Hydrotherapy Treatments
Deep clarification (Colon Hydrotherapy) is the most effective way of monitoring and stimulating the work of the intestines. It removes toxins from the organ and successfully treats dysbacteriosis. The procedure helps in improving the exchange processes, in the removal of allergic intensity, and in restoring immunity in conditions to do with the polluted environment.
HOW THE PROCESS WORKS
The process is the most effective and harmless method for removing all the bad substances that flow in the blood. It effectively removes toxins that are caused from medications or harmful preparations (e.g. alcohol, narcotics).
This method of prophylaxis can be performed as a routine course once or twice a year, to clean the organ from harmful substances and avoid problems and diseases that may develop.
The method of deep clarification of the intestine is also helpful if used in combination with diagnostic inspection of the thick gut (X-ray research).
Colon Hydrotherapy is a very effective therapy for patients who suffer from heart problems, kidney diseases, encephalopathy. If the course of treatment is performed at least twice a year, it offers these patients a better quality of life and longer life span.
Patients with liver or kidney diseases, chronic or acute, benefit from this course of therapy, significantly improving state of health.
Patients with encephalopathy achieve better blood circulation including the blood circulation of the brain, as it removes toxins found in the blood and relieves much of the pressure in the brain.
COLON CLEANSING TECHNIQUES
Colon cleansing has been performed since 1500 BC by the Egyptians, however Dr. Elmer Lee introduced the first method used by USA physicians to irrigate the intestines in the late 1800s. This was successfully used in the St. Petersburg cholera epidemic of 1892 as a cure for cholera and other bowel diseases at that time. Dr. Lee’s methodology is similar in principle to that used today.
Colon therapy to detoxify is also known as colonic cleansing, high colonic irrigation colon cleansing, high colonic, high enema, colonic enema, home self-colonic, colon hydrotherapy, or colonic hydrotherapy. They are all similar and performed with the same purpose, to wash out stagnated and putrefied fecal materials from the large intestine.
Cleaning is done best with high colonic irrigation water that is purified and saturated.
MEDINSTITUTE COLON HYDROTHERAPY METHOD
The MedInstitute technique is self-cleansing, using ozone (O3 or activated oxygen) and other oxygen therapies to increase the oxygen content in blood and cells. Those who have administered oxygenated water for colon cleansing to their patients in the past have achieved remarkable results.
For hydrocolonotherapy, the system of hoses has a one-way traffic of water with adaptations for closing apertures. Together with the built-in clearing system, the device and process observe all hygienic norms.
There are several colon cleansing techniques available, and those that choose the common chemical laxatives over the herbal remedies usually suffer additional problems.
High colonic irrigation colon cleansing is a safe and simple method that irrigates the large intestine with water (gravity flow) to clean out the years of toxins and accumulated waste lining the walls of the large intestine. This will improve colon function and other normal functions.
Ozone is being used with great success by oxygen therapy users who ozonate the water and add some hydrogen peroxide for high colonic irrigation. In the anaerobic world of bacteria, pathogens and virus, oxygen is an effective eradicator.
Why have this procedure?
Colon cleansing is essential to your well-being and for elimination of waste products and toxins. Every day, more professionals are starting to realize that many diseases can be traced to the toxic colon or deficiencies in vitamins and minerals.
Threats from degenerative disease agents in today’s lifestyle and environment, necessitates some type of colon cleansing therapy for everyone.
THE ROLE OF THE INTESTINE
The colon is the major part of the large intestine. It is the segmented tube within the abdominal cavity is (large M shaped loop) about 1.8m long and 6.4cm wide. The large intestine ends at the anus.
The small intestine is situated below the stomach and liver. It is the major part of our digestive tract. It occupies much of the central and lower parts of the abdomen. The small intestine is about 6.4m in length and 4cm wide. The total surface of the gastrointestinal system is about 557 square metres.
The main role of the large intestine is the absorption of water and the removal of waste products and toxins. The two-way membrane of the colon allows for the absorption of nutrients into the blood.
Most vitamins and minerals from food are absorbed through the walls of the colon. Deficiencies of vital nutrients can result in dirty colons or not eating properly.
In Europe, doctors consider the colon as the third lung because it can absorb up to 70 percent of the oxygen introduced to it during surgery.
COMMON DISORDERS, SYMPTOMS AND COLON HEALTH PROBLEMS
Common disorders of the intestines: congenital defects, infection and inflammation, tumors, impaired blood supply, obstruction, peptic ulcers, and ulceration in the smaller intestine.
Other disorders: appendicitis, diverticular disease, overweight, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, worms, bowel or colon cancer, and other types of cancer. Medical science acknowledges that up to 85 percent or more of all adults suffer from some type of intestinal problem. Children are also affected by these same problems due to diet.
Some symptoms of intestine dysfunction: allergies, appetite loss, asthma, backache, bad breath, bad odor, concentration loss, depression, eczema, fatigue, food craving, gingivitis, headaches, hemorrhoids, indigestion, insomnia, irritability, memory loss, menstrual problems, nausea, nervousness, prostate problems, stomach pains, swelling, tension and weight problems.
Weight: Over years, the walls can become encrusted with un-eliminated waste, making its function inefficient. The average person may have up to 4.5kgs or more of waste in the large intestine. Others can have as much as 4.5 to 14 extra kilograms of unnecessary weight that can be eliminated doing high colonic irrigation.
Appendicitis: Inflammation in the appendix due to an obstruction by lumps of feces or parasites. The tissue lining becomes infected, inflamed and causes swelling of the appendix. This condition can lead to gangrene or bursting of the appendix if not treated.
Auto-intoxication: Occurs when poisons and toxins are absorbed into the bloodstream via the colon. This is due to the dirty build-up of old waste matter that is not properly eliminated.