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colonic benefits

Why Get Colonics?


Colonics are known to alleviate symptoms including Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), food sensitivities, skin rashes, constipation, mood swings, bloating, and gas by relieving intestinal autointoxication. Intestinal autointoxication may occur when foul material from the intestines, especially in the presence of constipation, reabsorbs back into the bloodstream via the microbiome. This makes the blood toxic. If your body’s eliminatory organs (liver, kidneys, lymph, skin, lungs) are not able to handle these blood toxins due to their own toxicity, stagnation, and lack of energy, then the toxins keep recycling. Autointoxication and disease may begin to occur. This is why colonics are helpful to your overall health, body, mind, and spirit. 

Do you suffer from digestive stress?


  • Poor concentration

  • Aches & pains

  • Food sensitivities

  • Mood swings

  • Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)

  • Skin problems or rashes

  • Poor sleep

  • Constipation

  • Bloating & gas

  • Poor immunity

Why get colonics? Because people report the following:


  • Improved digestion

  • Weight loss

  • Better moods

  • Enhanced adaptability to stressful situations

  • Improved skin conditions

  • Improved concentration & mental focus

  • Reduction in gas, bloating, & constipation

  • Enhanced immunity

Did you know that every inch of your colon tissue has a specific function that is connected to a certain body part and/or body system? It's likened to the art & science of reflexology and iridology. So if a part of your colon is weak and/or filled with toxins, parasite overgrowth, unprocessed foods, etc, you may be experiencing imbalances with these body parts or systems and vice versa. I can see these imbalances in the reflex points of your eye, ie: Iridology!


This is why colon cleansing and overall detoxification programs are helpful in the repair and restoration of not just the colon, but the entire body!  See the illustration below.

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