Hi there! It's me Svetlana. Today I will describe another effective and cheap colonic cleansing method that can be done in the comfort of your home in addition to the periodic fasting.
The simplest, cheapest, and most popular option of colosic cleansing is enema.
Go to the nearest pharmacy (or on line!) and get a home enema kit like this one.
By injecting water into the colon, you can dissolve all of the waste that is sitting stagnantly there. It is then flushed out, and your colon is left as good as new. Many people avoid using enemas due to the fact that they are not very natural, and involve doing something that you would not normally do to your colon. While it probably wouldn't be a good idea to do an enema every day, you probably aren't going to suffer any long-term consequences just from cleaning out your colon once in a while. You can buy the home enema/colon kits in many different places, and do the actual procedure in a matter of minutes.
Colonic cleansing technique using home enema kit.
This procedure is contraindicated if one is diagnosed with rectal tumors, masses, diverticulitis (inflamed bowel pouches), history of any operation on the rectum (unless you get a specific permission from your doctor), appendicitis (or symptoms of), intestinal blockage, ulcerative colitis, ileitis, heart disease, rectal bleeding, high blood pressure, kidney disease.
Do not use in the presence of abdominal pain, nausea, fever or vomiting, (this could refer to signs of appendicitis or inflamed bowel), cardiac disease, severe dehydration or debility.
Frequent or prolonged use of enemas may result in dependence for bowel function. Use only when needed or when prescribed by a physician. If in doubt, consult with your doctor before attempting enemas at home.
Take 2 liters (8 full cups) of distilled water at room temperature. You may or may not add 1 tablespoon of lemon juice or apple vinegar. Mix well. Put a tube of fragrance-free Vaseline within a reach. Clean a colonic kit reservoir (bag)well. Put a flow stopping valve ("pinch clamp") in a closed position. Pour water with lemon juice into a colonic kit reservoir (bag). Hang reservoir as high as possible, making sure the flow stopping valve (clamp) is within easy reach. Sit comfortably on the toilet; put a small amount of Vaseline on the insertion plastic tip of the reservoir tube, covering it well. Carefully, without any force, insert the tip in the rectum. NEVER FORCE THE INSERTION OF THE TIP INTO THE RECTUM! Withdraw the tip immediately if you feel pain, unusual resistance, or blood coming from the rectum.
Even though if done properly, home colonic cleansing is extremely safe and the serious complications rate is very low, stop the procedure and seek immediate medical assistance if you develop severe and/or lasting pain in your rectum or abdomen, or if there is more than traces of blood coming from the rectum. If you are not sure if you are able to perform home colonic cleansing safely for whatever reasons, DO NOT ATTEMPT IT!
Breathing deeply through open mouth, slowly release water into the rectum. Shut the clamp valve close and pause as many times as you need to allow the colon to accommodate coming water without too much pain. After releasing all water into the colon, withdraw the insert tip from the rectum. Hold water as long as possible, ideally 2-3 minutes, but some people can not hold for so long. Have a bowel movement when you can not hold water any longer. Make sure you take your time and eliminate as much water and fecal material as possible. Frequently, after you have a bowel movement, the second “wave” of elimination may follow in several minutes, so wait on the toilet until you feel that the colon is empty.
Often one enema is not enough to cleanse out all fecal material, especially if one suffers from constipation, so feel free to repeat the procedure right away (sometimes 4-5 times in a raw) until water comes out clean or almost clean, and there is a feeling of relief and emptiness in the belly. To recognize such feeling may require personal experience, and we have all time in the world to learn the technique.
How frequently should you do colonic cleansing without harming the natural flora of the colon? There are no strict guidelines. Use common sense and caution. Do not abuse it. Too much of anything is bad, and in case of colonic cleansing too much of it may result in even more constipation and loss of normal bowel function. Literature does not give a straightforward answer, but the majority of sources I have read do not recommend to perform home colonic cleansing more often than once in 7-10 days. I would recommend to do it only 2-3 times a month, to be safe.
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