Enema colon cleansing treatment

Enema| A Colon Cleansing Treatment

Enema is a process where a non-harmful liquid is administered into your system through your anus. In my opinion it is a very effective colon cleansing treatment.

An Enema is also known as gastrointestinal series.

It is known as an alternative therapy which cleanses your body of toxins.

Something that I found funny whilst researching this was that although enemas started off as a medical treatment it is also used by many people for the purposes of pleasure.

Anyway back to the article.


Enema| A Colon Cleansing Treatment


Products for Enema Treatment

There are different types of enema products that you can use to carry out this procedure.

Single use Enema Products

There are single use bottles that come with a nozzle attached at the top. You can also get disposable bags which are connected to disposable tubing. Mainly these types of enemas are normally used in hospitals and clinics.


Enemas Buckets

You can also find enema buckets kits that can be found easily in the market place today.



Uses of Enema

Enemas functions like a laxative and it helps to clear congestion in your body by inducing water into your colon.

The process of an enema helps in relieving constipation problems.

You can use different forms of liquid when carrying out an enema but the most common used is water but I would not advise using tap water because it contains too many chemicals.

In many cases enema is also use to hydrate your body.

Personally when I use enema treatment and I am using water, I find that it is a good indicator to whether I need to drink more water, because my body will absorb what I put in and nothing will come out unless I add even more water.

You can use other forms of liquid such as water infused with:

But I would suggest starting off with just plain distilled or bottled drinking water first to get used to doing enemas.

If you are suffering from some of the most common and annoying bowel diseases, using enemas is a good way to ease your symptoms.

Enemas has been successfully used on pregnant women prior to labour as to minimise the risk of faeces be passed during the contractions.

Another thing that I should mention is that the process of doing enemas is that it destroys all the anaerobic organisms in the large colon which can open a Pandora’s Box.

The induced water or liquid into the colon removes parasites from the intestine. It is also very useful in your weight loss program as it cleanses the lower gastrointestinal tract.

 Enemas are great for your immune system.

It is really great for your immune system as it will rejuvenate it.

Due to using enemas there is a better chance for the good bacteria to grow which will help in eliminating the breeding of bacteria and parasites.

The digestion process is clear to work better and therefore less problematic.

Enemas is a great treatment illnesses like:

  • Allergies
  • Insomnia
  • Indigestion
  • Colds
  • Bad posture
  • Blood pressure
  • Asthma
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Stress
  • Irritation
  • Lack of concentration

And many more.




Advantages of Using Enema as Colon Cleansing Treatment

The advantages of doing an enema treatment if that you are relieved from your constipation within around 30 minutes.

It is comparatively an inexpensive treatment that you can do in the comfort of your own home.

Although at first you may feel a little uncomfortable carrying out the procedure you will get over it in time.


Choosing the right Enema kit that is right for your can be challenging so I have added this video below to help you.



Thank you for visiting

I really hope that you found Enema| A Colon Cleansing Treatment helpful.

If you have any questions or thoughts regarding this article or anything else, please feel free to leave me a comment below.

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Thank you

Jennifer

JADa Therapy



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