An enema is a method to flush waste out of the colon. It’s not such a bad idea when you consider that the average person may have up to 10 pounds or more of non-eliminated waste in the large intestine!
Simply put, an enema cleans up the colon and induces bowel movements, leaving you feeling cleaner, lighter, and healthier almost immediately. The main job of the colon is to absorb water and nutrients from food and remove waste and toxins. Over the years, the colon walls can become encrusted with non-eliminated waste, making it sluggish and inefficient.
When that happens, you might experience some of the following symptoms:
- Loss of appetite
- Inability to concentrate
- Stomach pains
- Weight problems
When Do You Need an Enema?
Before we get into enema-techno, let’s take a look at what you could see disappear with regular home enemas:
- Candida yeast infections
- Loss of concentration
- Sinus congestion
- Skin conditions
- Unpleasant breath
- Weight issues
- If you experience any of these conditions, perhaps you should consider an enema. Whenever you’re feeling lethargic or constipated, it’s a sure sign that an enema should be scheduled into your immediate future. Even if you’re feeling great, releasing extra toxins can only make you feel better.
Watch the video below to learn more about this and how to do an enema.