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Cardarone (Amiodarone)

Other names: Pacerone
A colonic irrigation is, in effect, a glorified enema, using, perhaps, a hundred, to a hundred and twenty, litres of water during a half hour, to one hour, period. The patient lies relaxed on an appropriate table and is connected to the colonic equipment, by a trained operator, who controls water flow and explusion, throughout the treatment.
It is a painless, and efficient, procedure to remove accumulated faecal matter from the bowel. It is of particular value, in that it can reach along the full length of the colon to the cecum — something which the enema cannot do. Thus, the vital digestive and peristaltic processes, of the first half of the colon, can be improved and, eventually, returned to normality by a number of treatments. This number may vary from six to twenty, or more depending on the degree of compactment. The colonic process allows the plaster-like coating to be thoroughly soaked and saturated with plain water. This enables its removal gradually, and comfortably, without causing the inner lining of the colon to become raw and painful.
Modern colonic equipment incorporates the injection of oxygen into the colon, together with the water. This process was invented back in 1938 by Dr Roy W. De Welles who, for years, was considered to be the outstanding authority in America, on diseases of the colon and methods for their recovery. European investigators, at the time, reported the results of tests of this treatment. They found that pint doses of oxygen, injected into the body by way of colonic irrigation, were more beneficial than hundreds of gallons taken by inhalation. The most dramatic results came from the application of oxygen to bowel disorders. Because putrefactive bacteria, abounding in these conditions, are anaerobic, they cannot live in the presence of oxygen. Consequently when oxygen is introduced, these germs are rapidly destroyed and normality can return.
Apart from the flushing and cleansing effect of the water, it also has a therapeutic effect on the intricate system of nerves and blood vessels within the colon. Proper regulation of water temperatures, by the operator, results in increased blood supply to the colon, greatly assisting in normalising its function.
It is important to realize that there are practically no sensory (pain-recording) nerves in the colon. This explains why people can often develop colonic disease, to a terminal state, before they are aware of any trouble. Thus, an allergy-caused pollution in the bloodstream can be developing without the victim being any the wiser, except that he feels bad and does not know why. The resultant poisons, generated in the lower bowel, will attack tissues, organs and glands which are congenitally the weakest. The result may be impairment of the kidneys, Bright’s disease, damage to the pancreas, diabetes, stomach ulcers, high blood pressure, cancer and so on. Therefore, the ramifications of allowing allergenic matter to impact and ferment in the bowel, year after year become obvious. There is only one result — serious illness, followed by major surgery, and even death.
It has been shown, over many years, that some serious conditions of the colon can be reversed and, eventually, cured by colonic irrigation. For allergy sufferers, not only is there an immediate benefit, that of removing allergens from the body, but also a longer term benefit — that of ensuring that accumulating toxins from an impacted colon, do not continue circulating in the body, to cause further disease and eventual death.
Colonic irrigation is relatively inexpensive, painless and effective. Many food allergy sufferers will have a degree of malfunction of the colon, due to impacted allergenic matter. Therefore, as part of the recovery process, allergy sufferers should consider colonic irrigation as one of the options that can help a return to efficient bowel function. If you decide to undergo colonic irrigation, ensure that it is carried out under medical supervision, by properly trained operators. Within these guidelines, I have found the procedure to be safe and effective. However, if you have any doubts, you should consult your doctor.

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