The answer to that is YES, I have had several Colonic Hydrotherapy treatments and YES they are extremely beneficial. They have really worked for me and helped me hugely. While there are still some sceptical people out there about this treatment, all I can say is - Come and have a treatment with ME! I will prove to you that these treatments really are beneficial to the body and more importantly that they do work.
I have treated several patients with various chronic illnesses and following a few treatments they were feeling much better than they had in a long time. I am currently researching some illnesses and Colonic Hydrotherapy and am currently writing a book on Colonic Hydrotherapy so, I will share more about the research in the book.
Here is my story:-
The rest of the holiday was pretty much the same - feeling awful and running to the loo all the time! Other guests were reporting the same ailments but nothing was done at the resort regarding the infest!
I self diagnosed myself with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and I knew that certain foods would trigger a relpase so I tried to avoid those foods but it was hard. I had read articles about Colonic Hydrotherapy and like most, was a bit nervous about it to begin with. After conducting lots of research, I knew that this was a beneficial treatment and I trained in Colonic Hydrotherapy.
The treatments have really helped me with my IBS and the parasite hasn't reared it's ugly head! Along with a Colonic Hydrotherapy treatment a Parasite Cleanse Colonic Enema does the trick and I recommend that everyone have one of these on a yearly basis.
I honestly believe that if I had a Colonic Hydrotherapy treatment all those years ago, I wouldn't have had to endure the trauma of the Flexisigmoidoscopy and the trauma of a suspected perforated bowel!