You Cleanse the Outside of Your Body...
Shouldn't You Cleanse the Inside too?
Why Should I Be Concerned About My Colon?
The colon has been referred to as the sewer system of the body. It is the place where we store the waste material that most of us would rather not think about. A healthy colon produces Vitamins B and K, and absorbs water. A healthy digestive tract helps support a healthy immune system.
What is a Colonic Session Like?
A colonic session is a comfortable experience for many people. The techniques utilized allow a small amount of water to flow into the colon, gently stimulating the colon’s natural peristaltic action to release softened waste. The inflow of water and the release of waste may be repeated many times. During the session, most upper clothing can be kept on – you will be draped to always ensure your modesty. Dignity is always maintained.
How Does the LIBBE* System Function?
Client/patient undresses from the waist down and will be properly draped throughout the session. The Colon Cleansing Nozzle is gently and easily inserted, the “size of a pencil,” single use, and disposable. The LIBBE* device is comfortable and may be operated in privacy for those who prefer solitude.
Temperature controlled water flows through a carbon filter which removes sediment, rust, and chlorine. The water is purified by an Ultra Violet-Water Purification System before it passes through the Colon Cleansing Nozzle and gently into the client/patient. Purified Water flows in…feces flows out when the client feels the need to release.The water used during the session is at a safely controlled temperature of 98° F to 102° F. (Water flow and temperature is controlled and can be safely adjusted to client/patient comfort.)
An odor control exhaust system insures that the session room and entire center remain totally odor-free. A rinsing sprayer, if necessary, is available for the client at the end of the session. Therapist is available to monitor and assist the client as needed. After each session the LIBBE* is easily and thoroughly sanitized.
Open vs Closed Colonic Systems:
Open System Features:
- The FDA device is designed to allow warm filtered water to flow gently into the colon and you release when you are ready. The therapist is always available and will monitor the device often.
- Active participation – you are in control of when you decide to release.
- Uses single-use, pencil-size nozzle for water flow, which is easily inserted and operated in privacy.
- Allows the colon and bladder to release as desired.
- No odor, messes, or blowouts. Waste is released into a basin where odor and feces go directly to the sewer.
Closed System Features:
- The closed device requires the therapist being present throughout the entire session to control water flow going in and coming out. You cannot release at will.
- Passive participation – the therapist has constant control.
- Uses Single-use speculum (size of a roll of quarters)
Water goes in and waste goes out through the same speculum. Released waste must be small enough to fit through speculum before entering the sewer.
- The client lays on a flat table while the therapist has to hold the speculum and control when you release.
- The procedure may need to be interrupted several times during a session by getting off the table to go sit on the toilet to urinate or release large fecal matter.