Colonic Irrigation Therapy Part 1
I’ll start by saying that colonic irrigation therapy is not for everyone, but it certainly was for me.
I had built up several years of unevacuated faeces sitting in my colon - rotting in my colon and making me sick and bloated. From years of taking anti-depressants (Paxil) in large doses I had developed a very lazy bowel; only having a movement once in every few days. At the time though, I was so relieved that my anxiety and panic and lack of sleep were all alleviated that I didn’t care too much about not having regular and daily bowel movements. And so my problem grew…
Sadly after a few years though, I could no longer ignore the fact that I was developing a bloated distended stomache and I was starting to obsess about what could be going in there; as plenty was going in (eating) and little was coming out!
Fate had it (and I’m starting to believe in fate) that one of my colleagues who sat next to me at work began talking alot about parasites and bowel movements. I was very interested and horrified at the same time, never in those early days thinking that I could be harbouring a literal zoo of them (parasties) inside of me. For weeks she talked about parasites, and what she was doing to alleviate what she thought was an infection of them in her, for example eating pineapples and pineapple juice and a few other protocols of which I do not remember now. One thing however which did stick in my mind was how she talked about colonic irrigation and how a friend of hers had “had it done", and that she had witnessed something called “flukes” passing through the viewing tunnel once she had evacuated them with the help of a colonic session.
I was horrified but ofourse I wanted to know more. She went on to tell me all sorts of stories about her friend and how colonics worked, and what to expect etc. I became excited and I made an appointment, and then quickly thereafter I cancelled it. I was scared!
It took me about six months to finally make another appointment and keep it. My stomache was growing, I was building up more and more faeces in my colon despite increasing fibre and trying to convince myself that a single bowel movement in every 4 days was not too bad. Unconsciously I thought I might have some parasites there; but at the very least, I was hopeful that colonic irrigation might help to “move” some of this build-up out of me and that it would be a step in a positive direction for my health. And so it was!
In many ways colonic irrigation was one of the best things I could do for big and quick results. Next time I will go into all of the gorey and wonderful details about my colonic sessions.
Colonics are great, they do help. Although I'm sure they did something for me the colonics still didn't alleviate any of my symptoms. It was very frustrating for me.
My colonic lady told me treatment for parasite infections depend on how long a person has been infected. The bigger the infection, the longer the treatment. And she wasn't wrong there!
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