FAQs- What you need to know
1. Is colon hydrotherapy safe?
Yes. In fact, sessions are much safer and easier than the common enema.
2. How does a colon hydrotherapy treatment compare to an enema?
An enema only reaches the rectum and lower part of the colon, whereas with colon hydrotherapy the entire length of the colon is reached and it is many more times effective. According to learned centenarian Dr. Norman Walker, “One colon irrigation is equivalent to 30 enemas.”
3. Do the treatments hurt?
No. In fact, many people report their colon hydrotherapy sessions as being both refreshing and relaxing.
4. How much of the intestines are actually cleansed during a colon hydrotherapy treatment?
It is possible to cleanse the entire length of the colon during a professionally administered session. The small intestine is not specifically involved; however, the small intestine may be cleansed with the help of an oral, intestinal cleanser.
5. Are there any contraindications to colon hydrotherapy?
If you have a concern about your health or the appropriateness of colon hydrotherapy for you, you should consult your physician or licensed healthcare practitioner. Contraindications include, but may not be limited to recent colon, rectal or abdominal surgery, congestive heart failure, intestinal perforations, carcinoma of the rectum, fissures or fistula, severe hemorrhoids, abdominal hernia, renal insufficiency, first or last trimester of pregnancy and cirrhosis of the liver. Professionally administered colon hydrotherapy is otherwise very safe.
6. Is there any possibility of bacterial or viral contamination from prior use of the colon hydrotherapy equipment?
At Azisa we use disposable, sterile rectal nozzles. The use of sterile disposables coupled with the implementation of a seven multi-stage sanitation protocol with EPA registered disinfectants leaves no danger of contamination.
7. How long does a session take?
Actual session time is about 30-40 minutes, but you should plan on about 1 ½ hour for your first consultation with the session.
8. Does having a menstrual period at the time of a colon hydrotherapy session have any effect on the experience?
No. Some consider it a good time to have a session since your body is already cleansing. Your flow will not interfere with the success of the session. However, some women prefer to wait until after their period is over to do a cleansing session.
9. What should I do to prepare for a colon hydrotherapy cleansing?
Refrain from eating about 2 hours before the
cleansing, be as relaxed as possible and maintain a positive, cheerful attitude.
10. Will I experience any intestinal discomfort or fatigue after the cleansing?
Usually not, but everyone is different. Some report a slight feeling of tiredness, but this is similar to the feeling you have after exercising vigorously. After a session, sipping warm liquids is usually very soothing. If you have concerns, consult with your colon hydrotherapist.
11. Can I work directly after having colon hydrotherapy?
Yes. You can work just as you would after a regular bowel movement.
12. Will I be left alone during the session?
A client can be given Intervals of privacy using our device. However, I will be monitoring you throughout the session for both your comfort and safety.
13. How much does it cost?
Thanks to our low overhead, the cost of colonics have not increased in 5 years. The initial session is $75. If you decide to do follow-ups, we reward you with a rate of $65. We also offer packages of 3 for $190; 5 @ $310 and 10 @ $600.