Enemas, laxatives and colon cleansing
The administration of laxatives is performed orally, as they interfere with the digestive processes. Laxatives stimulate the walls of the large intestine to contract abnormally, causing continual irritation, dependence and dehydration of the body.
An enema is the introduction of water into the rectum, retained for a few seconds and then released. The water retention time is very short due to the natural tendency of the large intestine to expel rectal contents. Besides the enema does not reach beyond the rectum and involves undesirable odours.
Colon hydrotherapy is a complete cleaning of the large intestine from the rectum to the cecum. The person is not involved in the evacuation process, which is odourless, the retention time of water lasts a few minutes because of the convenience it offers, it stimulates peristalsis naturally, the water is filtered and purified and can be controlled and the temperature and water flow changed as desired.