“My study and intensive research on Colonics convinces me that no treatment or healing procedure should every be started without first giving the patient a series of colon irrigations in order to clean out the colon and remove the incipient source of infection. Any sickness or disease will respond to treatment more quickly and more effectively after the administration of a series of colon irrigations.”
What Is a Colonic?
After the plaster-like coating has over time formed on the walls of the colon, the system slows down. Removing it too rapidly would cause the inner lining of the colon to become “raw” and painful. Like the removal of plaster, the fecal coating in the colon must be thoroughly soaked and saturated with just plain water in order that its removal my take place gradually, comfortably, and effectively. This can be accomplished by a series of colon irrigations. The first two or three irrigations can prove how sensible and comfortable the procedure is.
However, even the best colonic equipment available can yield very poor and unsatisfactory results if the operator is not sufficiently knowledgeable in human anatomy. Therefore, the most important and vital adjunct to good colonic equipment is the employment of a knowledgeable, trained operator.
Is it going to hurt? What is it really like? A session is a comfortable experience for many people. Your dignity is always maintained. You are lying on a comfortable colonic table. The techniques utilized allow a small amount of purified water to flow into the colon gently stimulating the colon’s natural contractions to release the softened waste. This process is repeated throughout the session. The tube is about the size of a pencil, disposable with each client, and is privately inserted by the client. The therapist is present guiding and supporting the process. The waste is expelled around the tube into a drainage area. You will see the waste being released through a closed system in a viewing tub.
Am I going to lose weight? People have reported anywhere from 8 to 15 pounds lost during a session, including those last, difficult-to-lose, 5 pounds. Keep in mind this represents pounds of fecal matter, parasites and poisons. Call us now to make an appointment at our office in Cherry Hill, NJ. We are convenient to Camden County and all of South Jersey as well as Philadelphia, PA.