Colonic irrigation involves flushing of the bowels with water in different amounts, pressures, and temperatures. A normal colonic irrigation process involves the passing of water under high-pressure through one tube and removing all accumulated fecal debris through another tube. The entire process could last an hour.
Check all colonic irrigation equipment thoroughly before use for any possible infections and contaminations through previous clearing of colon bacteria.
Adhere strictly to the recommended quantity of water put into your system during a colonic irrigation. Excess water can cause severe electrolyte imbalances in the blood. This might lead to fluid in the lungs, heart failure, vomiting, abnormal heartbeats, nausea or coma.
Do not undergo too many colonic irrigation treatment sessions. There can be risks of breaking the bowel wall, which could be fatal.
Only do a colonic irrigation with the help and personal supervision of an experienced, qualified colonic therapist.
Colonic irrigation cannot treat serious ailments of the colon. It is only a way to help to clean your colon and is most useful as a prelude to other medical procedures.
Always follow the suggestions and advice of your doctor or specialist before deciding on colonic irrigation.
Avoid colonic irrigation if you suffer from any disease, especially ulcerative colitis, diverticulitis, Crohn's disease, tumors in the colon or rectum, or internal or severe hemorrhoids Pregnant women should never have colonic irrigation.
Source of Information : Your Guide to Colon Cleansing by By Peter Mason