Javizy wrote: Colonics are good for quickly removing large amounts of old waste that’s stubbornly stuck itself to the walls of the bowels. Some people carry tens of pounds of this stuff around, and it can take a very long time to remove through diet/supplementation.
If you don’t notice any symptoms of an enlarged colon and don’t have any issues with constipation, you could optionally skip the colonics. There are some drawbacks like the potential of losing beneficial bacteria that inhabit the bowels and other complications.
If you do have bowel issues, colonics could potentially speed up your treatment by regulating your bowel movements and making your bowels more hospitable to friendly strains of bacteria, while at the same time disadvantaging pathogens. A good time would probably be as part of the cleanse. Something like 3-4 sessions within a short period is good for a full cleanse. If you booked a consultation with a therapist, I’m sure they’d guide you through it.
What are symptoms of an enlarged colon? I do have some issues with constipation due to (treated) Hypothyroid. Occasionally, I also have diarrhea.
My main concern is losing beneficial bacteria. I’d go someplace that has “Angel of Water” and is automated.
3-4 sessions sounds good. Can you tell me what you mean by a short period? By cleanse, do you mean detox? I’m starting my detox/cleanse tomorrow for seven days of just vegetables. Should I do the colonics during this time or during the diet after adding probiotics or should I add anti-fungals then do the colonics and then add probiotics.
Sorry for all the questions, but I find it a little confusing no matter how many posts I read.
I don’t want to ask the hydro therapist because she has something to sell and is very pushy.