If good health is a priority to you, you must realize it is important to keep our bodies healthy and clean from unwanted waste, toxins, and parasites, at all times. This way, diseases and infections will never get a chance to take control of our bodies.
Two important rules to good health include having a balanced diet, and avoiding foods that can cause harm to the human body. But even if we do that, environmental toxins from the water we drink to the air we breathe, get absorbed and clog up our colons. And in the end, the human colon is a very vital organ.
There are times where the only reasonable way to get rid of certain infections or contaminations of the colon is through a colon flush. The colon flush process is also called colon hydrotherapy or colonic irrigation hydrotherapy. The idea here is to remove unwanted material from the human rectum and colon.
DrFloras does not recommend you start with a colon flush, and instead recommends a gentle, all natural colon cleanse which goes through the entire digestive tract. The following three videos explain why a good cleanse is so important.
Video -- Determine if YOU Need a Cleanse
Video -- Avoid Detox Cleanse Scams
Video -- Detox Cleanse Reviews
If you’re dead-set on a colon flush, be sure to watch the irrigation video here:
Colonic Irrigation Video
The Colon Flush Process
If you still want to proceed with a colon flush, the following information should be helpful. The colon flush treatment involves a tube that is inserted into the rectum of the patient. The tubing is approximately 6 inches in length and is attached to a hose that runs to a colonic irrigation hydrotherapy machine.
The colonic irrigation machine then pumps gallons of warm water into your lower intestines, flushing out waste.
Colon Flush: The Good
A colon flush works quickly. You are in and out of the clinic the same day.
Colon Flush: The Bad
You have to visit a clinic and let somebody place tubes in your anus. This can be very embarrassing for many people. The colon flush only hits a few feet of your lower intestine, so it’s a partial cleanse at best, and not one that hits your entire digestive tract.
When To Avoid a Colon Flush?
If you have certain medical conditions, you should probably avoid a colon flush. Victims of certain diseases that are related to the colon or digestive system should probably stay away from hydrotherapy. Some of the diseases and infections that are included in this particular category are Crohn’s disease, diverticulitis, , tumors in the large intestines and rectum, ulcerative colitis, and hemorrhoids
The Safe Way to Flush
A colon cleanse accomplishes practically everything a colon flush does, but in a more effective and sustained way. Using an intelligent cleansing system like that from DrFloras is not only safe, but it’s gentle, very thorough, and cleanses the entire body of toxins, waste, and even human parasites.
And let’s not forget that you mix the cleanse into your favorite drink at your convenience, in the comfort of your own home. You won’t be lying there in a cold room with a stranger placing 6 inch tubes in your nether regions.