The presence of probiotic bacteria (the good bacteria), in the body, are crucial in achieving overall health and wellness. Probiotic bacteria are especially important for the health of the digestive system. Its insertion into the colon via enema is the most effective way to assure that the good bacteria are successfully arriving at, and repopulating in, the areas of the body that thrive off of their presence, as is the case with the digestive system.
Probiotic enemas are retained in the colon for approximately 30 minutes. It is during this time that the probiotic bacteria plant themselves in the colon.
In addition to the amazing benefits that probiotic bacteria supply to the digestive system, the positive effects are felt system wide:
- Probiotic enemas assist in ridding the body of candida – candida refers to the overgrowth of yeast in the body. The body naturally has some yeast however when its presence is in abundance, the body can experience a multitude of effects such as fatigue, digestive issues, and frequent colds and flus.
- Probiotic enemas improve digestion – a sluggish digestion system can involve a variety of symptoms such as gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, and indigestion. The incorporation of probiotic bacteria into the digestive system can significantly improve these digestive discomforts.
- Probiotic enemas increase energy – One of the side effects of having too much bad bacteria in the digestive system – the presence of dysbiosis – is fatigue, therefore flooding the colon with beneficial bacteria will evidently cause a surge in energy levels.
- Probiotic enemas help boost the immune system – A common side effect of too much bad bacteria are frequent illnesses such as colds and flus. By incorporating probiotics into the body consistently, bad bacteria will be minimized and ideally crowded out, reducing the likelihood and occurrence of illness.
- Probiotic enemas contribute to a better state of mind – there is a very strong connection between what occurs in the gut and what occurs in the brain such that if bacteria levels are within proper range there is rarely any significant onset of extreme emotion whereas if the gut bacteria are imbalanced and the bad is crowding out the good, the effect can be as significant as the onset of depression.
Consistent incorporation and repopulation of the beneficial bacteria in the body are crucial for three reasons:
- Probiotic bacteria are cleared from the body both easily and frequently
- The pace, practices, and habits in today’s current society that involve high stress, poor diet choices, and use of antibiotics promote greater growth of harmful bacteria than they do beneficial bacteria, even wiping them out. This imbalance of good to bad bacteria is referred to as dysbiosis.
- Without a significant amount of beneficial bacteria in the digestive system, the body falls vulnerable to possible imbalance, illness, and disease – such as allergies, irritability, and depression.
Probiotics can be consumed through specific food choices or by use of supplementation. However, the location that probiotics need to get to is the digestive system. Although food and supplementation are good options, receiving a dose of probiotics via enema and into the colon assures a direct placement of the beneficial bacteria exactly where they need to be.