Chemical Exposure and Colonics

I heard someone say the other day, ” I don’t need colonics, I’m regular.”

The purpose of colon hydrotherapy is not to simply to promote regularity. It is to cleanse the length of your colon which kicks off a cleanse of the rest of your body.

The goal of cleansing the length of your colon (also called the large intestine or bowel) is to cleanse your tissues, organs and cells.

This type of tissue cleansing does not occur in this deep way from your daily bowel movements alone.

We are exposed to a lot of chemicals in the world today and have been throughout history. There was a time when the chemical DDT was sprayed directly and liberally onto people including children. We now know that is very toxic.

Today many are exposed to chemicals on the job, from indoor environments where various furniture, flooring, and paints are off gassing. Indoor environments can be among the most toxic environments. Chemicals can build up in the body. Often people notice health issues after being exposed to certain chemicals.

The goal of cleansing the length of your colon… is to cleanse your tissues, organs and cells.

There are chemicals in the air from car exhaust, pesticides, factories, etc. Living in Los Angeles or other densely populated cities, you may notice a black dust accumulating on your furniture, etc. You are also breathing this all the time.

And we are ingesting chemicals in the food supply and recreational drugs. Some of this is eliminated, and some builds up in the body.

The aim of colon hydrotherapy is to alleviate the buildup of toxins in the body so it can resume optimal performance.

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Cindy Fulsom

About Cindy Fulsom

Cindy Fulsom, CNC, I-ACT, certified colon hydrotherapist and nutritionist, has spent over 20 years in the holistic healing field, and has given colonics to hundreds of men and women in the Los Angeles area. She avidly follows advances and breakthroughs in both conventional and alternative health modalities, and researching products and services to keep her practice alive and evolving.

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