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Frequently Asked Questions

What does the treatment consist of?

Colonic Irrigation consists of slowly introducing warm, filtered water into the colon under low pressure via a small tube. When the colon is filled, the water is let out through a larger tube, bringing with it any loose debris. This process is carried out several times during the treatment, which lasts from 30 minutes to an hour depending on tolerance, results, bowel size and level of built-up waste. The result is a gentle flushing and loosening of old faecal debris.

What system is used at the Anahata Clinic?

We use a closed system, which means that the waste is drained out of the colon through a sealed tube, ensuring that there is no smell, sound or contact with waste matter. Rachel will massage and support you through this process. This is more of an internal massage, which benefits bowel reflexes, fascia and tissue. I find this the most gentle and profound treatment available.

What does the treatment feel like?

There can slight discomfort at times, when one feels a need to eliminate. Over time and practice a colonic will contribute to a more relaxed, comfortable and healthy bowel, and the colonic treatment will become a relaxing, pleasant exp

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