Colonic Irrigation Courses

Colonic Irrigation Courses (Australia)

Australian Colon Health - Training

BECOME A CERTIFIED COLON HYDROTHERAPIST IN 3 SIMPLE STEPS.TGA APPROVED EQUIPMENT AND DISPOSABLESENROLMENTS NOW OPEN.

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FAQs About Colonic Irrigation Courses

What should I do before colonic irrigation?

Before they perform colonic irrigation, the colon hydrotherapist will interview you regarding your medical history. This will help them determine any potential contraindications or whether they should proceed with the treatment or not.

Does a colonic hurt?

No, colonic irrigation doesn't hurt. In fact, most people who have tried it would describe the session as relaxing and invigorating. The introduction of warm, distilled water into the bowel is done in a gentle manner that you will hardly feel anything.

What should I eat during a colon cleanse?

Before colonic irrigation, it's advisable to eat fibre-rich foods like broccoli, green, leafy vegetables, cereals, oatmeal, berries and raw vegetable juice. You also want to consume foods that are rich in omega-3 fatty acids like nuts and oily fish. Most importantly, see to it that you drink plenty of water.

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