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February 10, 2013

Oral Colon Cleansing vs. Enemas for Safe Colon Cleansing

Effective and regular colon cleansing works wonders in the body. It can improve detoxification processes; encourage optimal levels of healthy bacteria such as bifidus; discourage the growth of unhealthy bacteria such as c. dificile and yeast; support the liver to filter viruses, bacteria, and other poisons; increase bile production, which aids in both detoxification and digestion; assist the body to heal from cancer; and more. In other words, using the colon cleanse effectively and regularly "lightens the load" for the entire body.

How to cleanse the colon is a controversial subject even though colon cleansing is an excellent overall support for the body. Historically, the enema was the favored method to cleanse the colon. A client, who has worked as a nurse for years, recently recounted her stories of giving enemas in hospitals:

"The doctors called the enema 'the 3H.' I was told to give patients 'the 3H' all day, every day - high, hot, and heck of a lot!"

Now, even in hospitals, most people address this question of how to colon cleanse by using colon cleanse products such as DrNatura's Colonix or Walgreen's Super Colon Detox Laxative Capsules.

Unfortunately, many people have intolerances, or hypersensivity issues, with various compounds found in colon cleanse products that put a strain on one or more of the body's organs and systems. For instance, many colon cleanse products contain licorice. Licorice raises blood pressure. People with high blood pressure should not take licorice. Another colon cleanse product, senna, contains chemicals called sennosides, which irritate the lining of the bowel and for some lead to irritable bowel and leaky gut.

The enema, or in-home colon cleanse, does not lead to these same complications. Nobody is intolerant to water. Unlike many colon cleanse products, the enema:
  • does not harm the nervous system
  • does not discolor the colon or cause Melanosis coli
  • does not weaken the colonic musculature
  • does not cause dependency
  • is usually less expensive
  • works immediately
  • acts therapeutically on the liver, gallbladder, and entire circulatory and detoxification systems
  • is historically proven
  • is scientifically proven to be the most effective method of delivering therapeutics such as frankincense into the body
  • helps the body shed a cold or the flu more quickly
To learn more about the in-home colon cleanse and enemas, view these videos:
How to Take an Enema
How to Take a Coffee Enema
How to Colon Cleanse: The Enema Series
Cancer and the Coffee Enema
How to Colon Cleanse with Essential Oils

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At April 26, 2013 at 3:24 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello, thank you for sharing and inspiration! I have a question, I haven't found an answer online, maybe you can help me. I have done my first CE few days ago and now going to the toilet everyday I see a bit of bleeding on toilet paper. I don't know what to think and whether I should do another enema at all. I eat proper amount of fibre everyday, and rarely had this problem before. Thank you for your answer.

At April 27, 2013 at 12:53 PM , Blogger Optimal Health Network said...

Thanks for your post and your question.
Sounds like you irritated an internal hemorrhoid. For this, I would use Super Salve as your lubricant and do a few lime oil retention enemas or suppositories. Let me know what happens!


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