Questions about Colon Cleansing?

Does colon cleansing really work? I know it flushes/cleans the colon, but ive heard it also flushes/cleans other parts of the body as well (considering everything in your body are connected) like ive read a blog of a woman that claims that the Master Cleanse actually rid her of he eye floaters. do colon cleansers flush the eyes too? is there a certain age u should be for a colon cleanser? thanks.

6 comments

  • Vital Force

    Colon cleansing really works. However, there are a lot of bad colon cleanse products on the market.

    I think the best colon cleanser on the market is Colonix by http://www.drnatura.com

    The company has been in existence for over 10 years and has helped thousands get healthier and in many cases help people to regain their health. That was certainly the case for me http://healthbanquet.com/colon-cleanse.html

    You know, even Jesus Christ talks about dispelling worms form the colon and flushing the colon with water. Enemas have a long healing history.

    But do your research. You can always run the colon cleansing and parasite ridding product by you doctor if that will make you feel more comfortable.

    Remember the saying, "Death Begins in The Colon." It is very true, and sometimes the old colon just needs a little extra help cleaning itself out.

    Choose well,

    Vital Force

  • James K

    be very careful

  • ☮Jen D☮

    Colon-cleansing programs disrupt the balance of fluids and electrolytes, causing dehydration and salt depletion. Long-term or excessive cleansing programs can lead to problems such as anemia, malnutrition and heart failure.

    Your colon is meant to have a natural balance, like every other part of your body. If you feel it isn’t functioning as it should, increase the amount of raw fibrous vegetables you consume, and drink plenty of filtered water.

    The best colon-cleanse on the market is a bag of carrots.

  • Moxie

    It is all a gimmick. They are selling you a bunch of lies. The colon does not need cleansing, natural fiber in your diet does this healthfully and safely, ask you doctor. These things can be very expensive and dangerous, do not do it. Save yourself the money and the aggravation and just eat an appropriate diet with a minimum of 30 grams of fiber daily.

  • onelm0

    Generally colon cleansers work if you are consistent in following the directions.

    No, they do not get rid of floaters or enhance vision in the eye. IV chelation therapy has the potential to flush out the capillaries in the eye and incrementally improve the vision.

    In addition to colon cleansing, squatting in order to push the waste out more efficiently also helps get rid of most of the waste and thereby contribute to your health.

  • Dona Anya

    I believe certain colon cleansing programs are helpful, when used properly and ideally under the guidance of a holistic practitioner. The rest of your body becomes "cleaner", as you are able to absorb/assimilate foods better (more fuel = more building blocks your body can use to fix itself), and you are ridding your body of toxins, easing the burden on the liver and excretory organs.

    Reading the other replies thus far, yes, you do need to make sure you compensate for potential mineral losses as you clear out (easily accomplished with an electrolyte supplement – I happen to like Trace Minerals 40,000 volts or Morin Labs Selectrolytes). Ease in to a cleanse, and afterward be sure to eat a good, healthy diet with a balance of soluble and insoluble fiber.

    A cleanse is one kind of body detox program. I imagine the woman you mention probably experienced an overall bodily improvement – better absorption of nutrients she needed to heal – though I could not directly say a colon cleanse could get rid of floaters. Generally I’ve seen people after a cleanse reporting skin improvement, better digestion, less digestive related pain, less allergies and much more energy, in addition to the weight loss which would naturally occur.

    Cleansing is not a walk in the park, no matter how nicely packaged the product is, so I would only recommend it for adults. Even for adults, it should be used infrequently.

    Hope this helps!

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