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The mere word “Colonic” makes some people shiver in their seats. Or on their toilets. Since our colons are organs, colonics sound like they would be some extremely intrusive procedure—perhaps even a surgical one. But colonics are actually rather common, outpatient procedures. And they can have a lot of benefits. Perhaps you’ve had your concerns about them because you consider your rectum an exit-only avenue (for those who don’t know, you’ll have to allow something in there for a colonic). Or, maybe you just believe that our bodies are self-healing and that your colon cleans itself out and repairs its own damage. That may have been true thousands of years ago before we had access to all of the toxins and artificial ingredients we eat today. But now, our bodies need a little outside help. Here are things you should know about colonics.

What it is, exactly

During a colonics, a hydrotherapist sends water and other fluids into your color, in order to break up stuck feces, and flush it out. It’s very effective at pulling toxins out of your body.

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