Do not eat – approximately 2 hours before your colonic session.
Do not…. drink liquids approximately 1 hour before your session. This eliminates a full bladder during the session
Do not…drink diuretics such as coffee, tea or soda prior to colonic. This also makes your bladder full.
Do…Eat as many water content foods as possible on the days leading up to a colonic session. Examples: raw and cooked green leafy vegetables, raw vegetable drinks and whole grains. This will start moistening up the colon for better elimination.
Do….eliminate as much processed foods as possible days leading up to your colonic session. Examples: white flour products, cheese, fried foods, greasy foods, and sugar. These foods dehydrate the colon and make elimination tougher.
During the session, the client lies on a custom treatment table in complete comfort. A series of small fills and releases are done to instigate peristalsis (the natural wave-like motion that propels waste down and out of the colon).
Using a modern state of the art hydrotherapy unit – the equipment has a lighted viewing chamber, multistage water purification systems as well as individual disposables to avoid any contamination. This is a closed system so the waste is discretely transported into the drain line without offensive odor and without compromising the dignity of the client.
You can anticipate feeling more peaceful, lighter, cleaner, and more energized after a colonic. On rare occasions (if there is a long-standing condition of constipation or health problems), slight fatigue may be experienced with the first or second session.
For the first 3 days following your colonic, it is recommended to eat light. Reduce meat consumption is also recommended. Below are some soft food diet ideas:
Breakfast: grits, oatmeal, and fresh bananas, applesauce & other fruits
Lunch: soups, baked or boiled potatoes, avocados, tomatoes, beans & rice, soft vegetables, smoothies with fruit
Dinner: soups and any vegetables cooked well.