healthy colonBowel cancer kills about 90 Australians every week with around 8,500 new cases being diagnosed annually. The sooner you discover bowel cancer, the better your chances are of beating it.
Colon hydrotherapy creates a greater awareness of colon health and is an excellent screening device for colo-rectal cancer. It provides early detection of abnormal bowel wastes, mucous and blood which may be pre-cancerous signs, as well as removing toxic wastes which poison the bloodstream and provide a breeding ground for tumours to thrive in.
All cancer patients would benefit greatly from colonic irrigation as they have problems breaking down and assimilating proteins and absorbing vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids, creating deficiencies and further lowering their immunity. They may also suffer from constipation and other digestive disorders which puts more load on their livers and other organs of elimination.
It is vital that anyone with cancer eliminates toxins and wastes efficiently otherwise they can end up with toxaemia or auto-intoxication, where they can die from their own internal pollution. Dr. Max Gerson discovered this when treating his cancer patients. He lost a number of patients due to toxaemia as when their cancerous tumours were being broken down they were unable to eliminate these toxins effectively which ended up poisoning them.

Colon hydrotherapy tones and strengthens the colon and increases its blood and oxygen supply and nutrient uptake. This makes it harder for cancer cells to grow in as they can’t survive in an oxygen-rich environment and alkalised body. It also functions as an important diagnostic tool for doctors wanting information concerning digestive and clinical disorders as it offers the location of faecal impactions. It also decreases the risk of post-operative infections and complications by removing bacteria and toxins.
Colon cleansing would also be extremely useful for patients undergoing drug and alcohol detoxification by enhancing the elimination of toxins from the colon and circulatory system so that they don’t end up back at the liver causing a re-tox reaction.