HVP Natural Colon Cleanse Therapy – Health2Wealth Detox Program
Colon cleanse has been used throughout history to improve the body’s natural detoxification processes, restore digestive health and improve someone’s overall quality of life.
In fact, the use of water to cleanse tissue throughout the colon, called “colon lavage,” has been practiced since as early as 1500 B.C. in ancient Egypt.
Colon cleanse helps to flush out built-up waste stored by rehydrating old stool that’s become impacted. Most colon cleanses use water to infiltrate hardened stool and loosen it up so it can be passed more easily.
The ultimate goal of a colon cleanse is really to help the digestive organs do their job in the best way possible, managing things that get in the way and interfere with normal bowel functions.
Colon cleanses aren’t necessarily needed by every person, but some people can really benefit from eliminating waste, bacterial matter and toxic material that’s stored in their bodies.
How do you know if you could benefit from a colon cleanse? Keep reading.
Why Do a Colon Cleanse?
The colon is home to billions of microflora (bacteria) that actually make up approximately 70 percent of the dry weight of feces.
Besides forming stool, the various beneficial bacterial organisms living within the colon and digestive tract are important for proper nutrient absorption, maintaining pH balance, controlling hunger and counteracting potentially dangerous bacteria. This is why a well-functioning colon is so important for overall well-being.
Are colon cleanses really necessary?
While the digestive system has its own processes for removing waste, many people struggle with having regular, complete bowel movements due to various reasons like poor gut health, allergies, consumption of pesticide chemicals and inflammation within the digestive system.
Irritable bowel syndrome is estimated to affect about 15 percent to 20 percent of the adult population worldwide, while chronic constipation is one of the most common gastrointestinal problems in the world.
These problems are especially common among people with poor diets, women during pregnancy, older adults, people recovering from surgery and those taking medications.
If you’re not having at least one bowel movement every day, this makes you a good candidate for a colon cleanse. It’s well-known that a variety of health problems stem from poor digestive health — for example, stomach pains, abdominal cramps, chronic fatigue, constipation, low energy, headaches and allergic reactions can all be traced back partially to problems with waste elimination.
An impacted bowel can easily cause sluggishness, irritation, irritability, low energy, “brain fog” and changes in someone’s appetite. That’s because unreleased food and waste particles can cause mucus and bacteria to ferment and form in the colon, which might result in “toxins” being released back into the bloodstream when they’re circulated. Failing to have regular bowel movements also poses the risk for problems absorbing nutrients properly, which can lead to low energy and other complications.
How Colon Cleanses Work
The colon is the longest part of the large intestine, which is attached to the small intestine at one end and the anus at the other. The role of the colon is to eliminate stool from the body that’s made up of a combination of bacteria, water, unused nutrients, unneeded electrolytes and digested food. (1)
There are many different methods for performing a colon cleanse, which sometimes go under the names colonic, colonic irrigation, colon therapy or colonic hydrotherapy. You can also effectively flush the colon doing something like a juice fast, salt water flush or performing an enema. Colon cleanses are split into two main categories: one type requires that a professional perform the cleanse, while the other involves using a solution or supplement at home.
One of the most common reasons someone would have a colonic done by a professional is because he or she is preparing for surgery or a medical procedure (such as colonoscopy) that requires the colon to be completely clear from accumulated waste. On the other hand, cleansing is commonly done at home using an enema, laxatives or herbal supplements to relieve constipation, bloating and other digestive symptoms.
What Are the Benefits of a Colon Cleanse?
Millions of people over the years have found relief from doing colon cleanses, and when done safely and correctly, they shouldn’t pose many risks. For people who haven’t found lasting relief from things like laxatives or prescriptions, a colon cleanse can finally help bring about regular bowel movements and decrease symptoms.
Studies show that bowel movements are important for removing bacteria, heavy metal detox or eliminating excess fatty acids from the body. A colon cleanse can also impact the nervous system positively, which is why it might help symptoms like anxiety and fatigue.
That’s right — your poop can affect your mood! That’s because nerves in the bowel communicate to the brain and affect chemical signals sent via the entire central nervous system throughout the body. (2) A well-functioning colon therefore is important for hormonal balance, appetite control, sleep and mental processing.
Certain enemas might also be able to help the body absorb nutrients better. When doing a colon cleanse using coffee, for example, antioxidants and caffeine travel via the hemorrhoidal vein to the liver. Together, they can help open up blood vessels, improve circulation, relax smooth muscles that control bowel movements, and increase production of bile that’s needed for proper digestion and excretion. (3)
Are Colon Cleanses Safe?
Amazingly in the U.K, where practitioners carry out over 5,600 colon irrigations each month, no serious side effects have been reported. Naturally cleaning the colon with water is safe for most people, but it’s not for everyone
If you’re pregnant, have active hemorrhoids, suffer from kidney disease or are dehydrated, it’s possible for colon cleansing to cause side effects like weakness or dizziness, cramping, bloated stomach, nausea, and vomiting. (4) When a cleanse is done too often, it can lead to an electrolyte imbalance or make the rectum susceptible to tears and bleeding. It’s also crucial to use sanitary equipment in order to reduce the risk for bacteria transfer and a possible infection.
To start, I recommend not performing a colon cleanse or enema more than once weekly. Check with a doctor if you plan to do one more often, especially if you’re trying to treat a specific condition or taking medications. Always get your doctor’s opinion if you have a form of IBS such as Crohn’s disease, diverticulitis or ulcerative colitis.
It’s also a good idea to take a probiotic supplement after a colon cleanse to help repopulate the gut with healthy bacteria. Additionally, make sure to drink plenty of water and consume foods that supply electrolytes, like vegetables and fruit. This helps prevent kidney, liver or heart problems, which can develop when you fall short in water, salt or electrolytes like magnesium or potassium, for example.
When it comes to using laxatives or herbs for cleansing colon, some are safer than others. I recommend trying natural laxatives such as herbal supplements like aloe vera, collagen protein, magnesium, psyllium husk and triphala. These tend to be gentler than over-the-counter laxatives, nourish the digestive tract and help produce regular bowel movements. Always monitor your reactions and check for signs of dehydration, like muscle weakness, dizziness or excessive thirst, even when using natural supplements.
How to Do a Colon Cleanse the Right Way
First and foremost, bear in mind that the single best way to detox and cleanse the colon is by removing harmful substances in your diet and eating nutrient-dense, real foods.
Packaged foods, fast foods, processed snacks and artificial ingredients (high fructose syrups, hydrogenated oils, dangerous food dyes, fake seasonings, MSG or preservatives) all make it harder for the digestive system to work properly and raise inflammation in the colon.
The kinds of foods you want to eat for optimal colon health include:
- fermented foods that contain probiotics (yogurt, cultured veggies like kimchi or sauerkraut, kefir, kombucha)
- high-fiber foods like seeds, leafy greens and other fresh veggies
- fresh fruit (especially berries, or apples and pears, which contain pectin fiber)
- bone broth
- healthy fats like coconut or extra virgin olive oil, plus avocados (very high in electrolytes and fiber)
- veggie-based soups, smoothies and salads are high in fiber and water, plus easy to digest
Colon Cleanse Takeaways
- The ultimate goal of a colon cleanse — whether it’s a type of enema or a colonic — is really to help the digestive organs do their job in the best way possible, managing things that get in the way and interfere with normal bowel functions.
- If you’re not having at least one bowel movement every day, this makes you a good candidate for a colon cleanse. It’s well-known that a variety of health problems stem from poor digestive health — for example, stomach pains, abdominal cramps, fatigue, constipation, low energy, headaches and allergic reactions can all be traced back partially to problems with waste elimination.
- There are many different methods for performing a colon cleanse, which sometimes go under the names colonic, colonic irrigation, colon therapy or colonic hydrotherapy. You can also effectively flush the colon do something like a juice fast, salt water flush or performing an enema. Colon cleanses are split into two main categories: one type requires that a professional perform the cleanse, while the other involves using a solution or supplement at home.
- Colonics are thought to be one of the most productive and thorough colon cleanses, since they target the entire colon.
- Enemas work by cleansing the colon with liquid (usually water), which helps flush out accumulated waste. Compared to colonics, they’re usually milder and target a specific region of the colon (the left side, or descending colon) as opposed to the whole colon.
- The idea behind hydrotherapy is that water itself has healing abilities, and when combined with other substances like coffee or salt, it also supplies essential nutrients like various antioxidants or trace minerals.
Introducing Health2Wealth HVP Natural Colon Cleanse Therapy
Colon cleanse is one of the ongoing Health2Wealth Natural Total Body Detox Therapy.
Our colon cleanse program is based on what we call HVP, which stands for Hydrotherapy, Vitamin C flush and Probiotic Diets.
Hydrotherapy is the term for “the use of water to treat a disease or to maintain health.” The idea behind hydrotherapy is that water itself has healing abilities, and when combined with other substances like coffee or salt, it also supplies essential nutrients like various antioxidants or trace minerals.
The use of water in hydrotherapy to cleanse the colon is basically the same as an enema or colonic. The water helps expel waste, can relieve constipation, improve energy levels, treat dehydration and sometimes provide important minerals safely.
About Vitamin C Flush
This bowel or colon detox flush is attributed to Dr Linus Pauling, the American scientist and educator, who advocated large doses of Vitamin C for health and took 10 grams every day himself. It has also been called an Immune Booster Flush because it flushes the lymph system, an important part of your immune system. The bowel contains many areas of lymph tissue that become clogged with toxins. The Vitamin C colon detox can help flush them out as well as cleansing the bowel.
It’s easy to forget the importance of the lymph system and we don’t pay enough attention to keeping it healthy. According to Dr. James Balch, physician and nutrition consultant, a Vitamin C colon detox flush is useful for the treatment of flu, bacterial infections, cancer, AIDS, and chemical allergies.
Humans, monkeys, and guinea pig are the only mammals who cannot make Vitamin C. It is an essential nutrient that we have to get from our food or risk dying of scurvy. It is an important antioxidant that helps to counteract free radicals and plays a part in healthy gums, skin, vision and connective tissue. It has been used to detoxify lead.
Vitamin C is also known as ascorbic acid. Some people find this form too acidic and irritating to the gastro-intestinal tract so prefer to use forms that are buffered with mineral salts such as calcium ascorbate or sodium ascorbate.
About Probiotic Diet
Probiotics have been in our systems from the moment we were born. When a newborn is in the birth canal of the mother during delivery, the baby is exposed to the bacteria of his or her mother for the first time. This event starts a chain of events inside the baby’s GI tract, and the infant’s GI tract starts to produce good bacteria.
Historically, we had plenty of probiotics in our diets from eating fresh foods from good soil and by fermenting our foods to keep them from spoiling. Over a century ago, the Russian Nobel Prize winner Elie Metchnikoff theorized that “health could be enhanced and senility delayed by manipulating the intestinal microbiome with host-friendly bacteria found in yogurt.”
Today, however, because of refrigeration and agricultural practices like soaking our foods with chlorine, much of our food contains little to no probiotics in the name of sanitation. Actually, many foods actually contain dangerous antibiotics that kill off the good bacteria in our bodies.
Your gut contains both beneficial and harmful bacteria. Digestive experts agree that the balance of gut flora should be approximately 85 percent good bacteria and 15 percent bad bacteria. (5)
If this ratio gets out of balance, the condition is known as dysbiosis, which means there’s an imbalance of too much of a certain type of fungus, yeast or bacteria that affects the body in a negative way. By consuming certain types of probiotics foods and supplements (often in capsule form), you can help bring these ratios back into balance.
How To Join tHE Program As Participant
STEP 1 – Request to join My Health Journey Facebook group with the access code COLON CLEANSE.
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STEP 2 – Order the HVP Colon Cleansing Wellness Pack from our Shop2Wellness Store. Because this high demand products are in limited supply, we advise that you call us first to confirm if the products are available before placing your order.
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