Colon hydrotherapy also referred to as “colonic” or “colonic irrigation”, is a safe, effective method of discountremoving waste from the large intestine.  By introducing a small amount of water into the colon, the waste is softened and loosened, resulting in evacuation through natural peristalsis.  This process is repeated several times during a session.  Use of water as a method of cleansing was first noted by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans.  Devices for mechanically introducing water into the rectum were developed in Europe as early as the 10th and 11th Century.  Today’s sophisticated technology makes this health practice both safe and sanitary.

What are the Benefits of Colon Hydrotherapy?

A healthy colon that functions properly is critical to a healthy body. When the colon is not functioning properly, we know it, we feel it, yet we more often than not ignore the significance. Waste that is not thoroughly eliminated on a daily basis can place the rest of the body on overload – an open invitation to illness and disease.

Colon Hydrotherapy

    • Is safe and gentle
    • Benefits the colon, all of the organs, and systems in the body
    • Improves digestion and absorption of nutrients
    • Stimulates the immune system
    • Helps to restore muscle tone and normal peristalsis in the bowel


Why do People Choose to Have Colon Hydrotherapy?

Colon Hydrotherapy may be beneficial for individuals who are experiencing symptoms such as:

  • Constipation
  • Indigestion
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue or low energy
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Diarrhea
  • Gas or bloating
  • Occasional nausea
  • Mood swings
  • Leaky gut syndrome
  • Irritable bowel syndrome

Colon Hydrotherapy is a way and means of assisting the body’s efforts to maintain a state of balance or equilibrium through the elimination of waste.  Cleansing, hydrating and re-toning a poorly functioning colon may help reduce the risk of illness and ‘dis-ease’.

At the following link you will find a MEDICAL STUDY. This study was accepted and delivered as an oral presentation at the American College of Gastroenterology -ACG- Annual Meeting, October 2006.