"The Road to Longevity is Paved with Good Intestines."

by Drs. Gurney & Marina Pearsall 28. February 2014 09:12

drs. g and m Pearsall

Since our environment is full of toxins {Food, Air, Water}, it takes a multi-modality process to combat it.  Recently we have been discussing detoxification therapies including Chelation and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy.  Today we will continue our series with another key component to the detoxification process:  Colon Hydrotherapy.  Colon Hydrotherapy is a gentle and effective process of introducing warm purified water into the large intestine {Colon} to wash out the build-up of toxins.  It is also a procedure that stimulates the liver and lymphatic system to activate deep tissue cleansing. 

The average Colon is 5-6 feet long.  To effectively irrigate/cleanse the colon, a simple enema will not do and neither will a "Home Colonic Kit" because it is simply an Enema Kit that is erroneously called a Colonic Kit.  An Enema has the ability to irrigate 6-12 inches of Rectum {That’s Rectum….not Colon} effectively.  It takes a Professional with a Professional Grade Colonic Irrigation System to be able to irrigate all 5-6 feet of colon safely and effectively.

Colon Hydrotherapy is useful for those who suffer: Constipation, diarrhea, excessive gas, digestive disturbances, distended abdomen, intestinal dysbiosis {an intestinal lack of a balanced gut flora}, frequent yeast infections, headaches, depression and anxiety.

Next week we will continue our discussion on Colon Hydrotherapy and introduce the Colon Implant.

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