According to leading gut health experts and medical doctors, the most direct way to restore and replant gut flora is via a probiotic enema directly into the bowel. At Vitality Centre, probiotic enemas are always carried out in combination with a colonic.
Why Should A Colonic Be Carried Out In Advance Of A Probiotic Implant Enema?
If you have taken anti-biotics even once in your life and not taken probiotics, the chances are that you have imbalanced gut flora. The main gut flora that becomes imbalanced is a resilient form known as "candida".
Candida, in the absence of other gut flora, lines the entire digestive tract and colonises in the bowel. Think of candida as a weed that overgrows and takes over your good gut flora system in your gut. When you undergo colonic hydrotherapy in advance of a probiotic implant enema, you are removing the excess Candida. This is seen coming out of the bowel during the colonic and looks like cotton wool.
If you have a probiotic implant enema on a bowel that is full of Candida, it is not as effective. That is why a session of colonic hydrotherapy is always carried out in advance of a probiotic implant enema.