Throughout history colon cleansing has been a means for individuals to discover health. Let’s take a walk through this rich history to see how men and women have found a way to bring the health benefits of colon cleansing into their lives …

Let’s start many, many years ago back in Egypt, with several references along the way dating back to 1500 B.C. In the “Eber Pabvrus”, an Egyptian document, colon cleansing was referenced. Reports of the frequent use of colon cleansing was also mentioned in the 14th century B.C. in a document that is stored at the Royal Museum of Berlin. And In the 5th Century B.C., Herodotus (484-425 B.C.) wrote: “The Egyptians clear themselves on three consecutive days, every month, seeking after health by emetics and enemas for they think that all of disease comes to man from food.”In the middle ages the practice of colon hydrotherapy became more popular especially amongst the wealth.

In the middle ages the practice of colon hydrotherapy became more popular especially amongst the wealth.

The 17th century was termed “the age of the enema.” Parisians would often partake in up to four enemas every day. This society realized the benefits of colon hydrotherapy, and so it became part of their everyday routines.

But a shift sadly happened during the 19th and 20th centuries as laxatives and other related drugs burst onto the scene, and the popularity of colon hydrotherapy plummeted.

But there was a man, Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, who recognized the benefits to colon hydrotherapy and Dr. Kellogg brought this practice back in the United States. In fact, Dr. Kellogg used this technique to help alleviate the need for surgery. And in the 1917, in the Journal of American Medicine it stated that Dr. Kellogg treated more than 40,000 cases of gastrointestinal disease and less than one percent needed surgery.

From the 1940s to the 1960s colon hydrotherapy had its ups and downs once again due the introduction other medical devices and drugs.

In today’s world, awareness has substantially increased regarding the positive impact of holistic approaches and the importance of whole body health. As a result, many people are turning away from prescription drugs despite their prevalence. It’s all about healing the body naturally.

Are you ready to take this journey to improved health, like so many people over the centuries have done? Please join me as we work towards that common goal together.