Benefit from the giving you a basic understanding of how you digest food and eliminate waste as well as how the Colon Care system works and what to expect during the session. This is a good time to ask questions and I will do my best to answer them or point you in the right direction. Many people are nervous the first time and I want to address any questions or concerns they have before going further.
Watch Part 1 of the Colon Care LLC 2-Part Series
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You will comfortably recline on the Colon Care System with a padded back rest and support. Your bottom will go over a basin to eliminate waste into. The waste and odors will go down the basin and out the system.
You will insert the sterile, disposable rectal tube inside your rectum. The tubes are about the diameter of a pencil and are inside your rectum. goes inside your rectum and .
Through this tube, water that has been , is gently infused into the colon. The colon will receive the water and after a few moments, (5 - 30 seconds) the colon will contract to release waste, water and debris out around the tube, into the basin and out the system. It will not come out until you decide to come off of the tube.
The Colon Care system has a that automatically stops the flow of water from going into the colon while you release waste. When your colon is ready to contract and release waste, the system senses that and stops the water from flowing in so you can release waste.
You will get into a rhythm of taking water in and releasing waste out. The Colon Care System works with your . This process takes place for approximately 60 - 90 minutes of cleansing and may tone and reshape the colon. It is like taking your colon to the gym. After all, the colon is a muscle and it can be strengthened.
There is during the session. (Colon Care systems vent out all odors and waste goes down the basin without getting waste on you).
If you like, you can watch your releases as they leave your body through the view tube (seeing is believing). If you prefer, you can watch an educational dvd or relax to soft music.
Although Colon Care Sessions last "approximately" 1 hour, we are "not by the clock, but by the colon". Some people need less time and some more. We allow plenty of time for each person to meet their intestinal cleansing needs. (Please allow 1 hour and 15 minutes per session at Colon Care, LLC).
Some clients are comfortable with the I-ACT certified therapist in the room assisting them during the session and stimulating the colon to release or you may choose to relax and cleanse in privacy. , so over your hour long session, you will get the therapist's undivided attention.
You may release water, waste, bacteria, microbes, mucus, debris, undigested food/pills and may "pass gas". You will be able to view your releases during the session. The session should , but a few people experience a little cramping like diarrhea sensation when they are releasing. This passes after the release and ends when the session is over. Many people find the sessions enjoyable and relaxing and report "I feel so much better" or "I feel lighter and cleaner". If you have a chronic illness, you may experience more discomfort than someone who is in general good health.
(unless assistance is requested) you will gently come off the tube and spend a few minutes making sure you have eliminated all you can. You will get dressed and meet us in the lobby or aftercare room for a few moments of reclining on a comfortable chair to relax and enjoy a refreshing "after session replenish" drink.
Stop by our receptionist desk to handle any fees and schedule your next colon care appointment or register for one of our nutritional seminars or healthy cooking classes. If you are under a physicians care, we can send your physician a feedback report.
We also invite you to share your experience with others in our guestbook and are always striving to offer you better service. We welcome your suggestions on how to improve our facility and services.
Most people go back to work or even to work out. Most people have absolutely no issues with "needing to be near a bathroom" after the session. However, if you already have incontinence issues, you may have them after the session. If you do, please bring a pad with you for after the session. If you are on a "cleanse" and/or are "fasting", you might prefer to dedicate the rest of the day to resting. If you have a chronic illness, you may prefer to rest after the session - please check with your physician.