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Wednesday, May 7, 2008

I have been curious about colon irrigation for a while....I mean until I watched a series of instructional videos on expert village.

I'm not sure what I thought happened during a session......but it sure was not this.

Okay putting the intrusion of that sacred area aside for second, it is a good idea to have your colon cleansed in some way.

It makes sense that the things we ingest do not always evacuate their premises...I mean the colon , even though it's smooth, does look like it would have nooks and crannies based on how it is arranged in our bodies, and there a lots of places for waste to get caught up.

It also makes sense that with it clogged up the nutrients we are supposed to absorb from the foods we eat never make it to where they are supposed to go.

So here are a few helpful tips for those planning to try it according to
Consult your primary care provider before having a colonic. People with certain conditions, such as ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, severe hemorrhoids, blood vessel disease, congestive heart failure, heart disease, severe anemia, abdominal hernia, gastrointestinal cancer, recent colon surgery, diverticular disease and intestinal tumors should not have a colonic.
Pregnant women should not have a colonic as it may stimulate uterine contractions.
Although infrequent, complications may include perforation of the abdominal wall, electrolyte imbalance, and heart failure caused by excessive absorption of water.
Refrain from eating prior to a session.
After a colonic, the client is usually encouraged to take supplements containing friendly colon bacteria, called probiotics.
And if any of you have had this procedure or know someone who has...feel free to share.


Anonymous at: 5/24/08, 12:17 AM said...

hmmmmmm interesting!!! are you? haven't heard from you in a while!


Kasana at: 5/24/08, 12:35 AM said...

Hey Hun.

I was just doing some research to update this blog.

It's been crazy here recently. Someone lost their life on the premises, and then my grandmother has been in the hospital.

But thankfully, things are looking better.

How have you been?