Could An Oxygen Colon Cleanse Improve Your Colon Health?

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A healthy colon is a vital part of a healthy body as all of the organ systems converge in the digestive system.  The colon, along with the small and other sections of large intestines, are a major area where the nutrients in food are absorbed.  If the colon is not clean, it cannot fulfil this important task.  Not only that, the impacted faecal material that builds up in the colon and intestines releases toxins into the bloodstream.  You are in effect getting toxins instead of nutrients – not a very good trade.

Symptoms that a colon detoxification might be in order include tiredness, PMS, headaches, and of course, constipation or diarrhoea.  There are a variety of ways colon cleansing can be done, including colonic irrigation, enemas, dietary fiber, and laxative herbs. These methods all have their risks plus benefits depending on the case. 

An unusual therapy I heard about the other day was explained to me as ‘’another natural option for colon health, which is to use an oxygen-based colon cleanse.  This method uses magnesium oxide that has been treated with oxygen and ozone.  This substance will react with the hydrochloric acid in the stomach to release oxygen.  The oxygen gets into the bloodstream to nourish all parts of the body, but it does more than that.  It also nourishes the favorable bacteria that live in the digestive tract. These are some of the oxygen colon’s cleanse benefits. 

Unfavorable bacteria in the digestive tract will give you vomiting, diarrhea, and cramps.  Favorable bacteria compete with the unfavorable ones for living space.  An oxygen colon cleanses will encourage those good microbes, for better all-around health.’’

 So how exactly does it work?  The practitioner I met explained oxygen colon cleanse benefits.

‘’An oxygen colon cleanse health products creates a chemical reaction that releases oxygen and melts the impacted material in the intestines and colon into gas and liquid.  It will make you need to stay close to a bathroom for a day or so while you eliminate the material from your colon, but you will feel much better afterwards.’’

She continued:

‘’Look for an oxygen colon cleanse product that is available in a capsule form.  Make sure it does not include ascorbic acid among the ingredients because ascorbic acid is an antioxidant.  An antioxidant will undo the good that could be done by the oxygen.  A good ingredient to look for, however, is GE-132’’. ( I must admit I had not heard of this so thought I had better research this a little- I suggest you do too and make up your own mind☺)  

‘’This is the germanium-132, which is good for the health of the immune system.  It also facilitates and adds oxygen colon cleanse benefits. It is considered to be a nutrient that is helpful for many ailments.

Oxygen colon cleanse can help with weight loss.  Many people who have eaten an average diet for years have accumulated ten to twenty pounds of impacted faecal matter in their colons.  An oxygen colon cleanses benefits can help the body eliminate this material, resulting in a quick loss to jump-start your weight loss plan.  Follow up the cleanse with reasonable portions of healthy natural food.  You should have enough energy after the cleanse to start an exercise program, too.’’

Well, I have to admit I’ve heard of many forms of colon cleansing and do agree they are great for overall intestinal health, but this one specifically had passed me by, however when I looked into it more there were many oxygen colons cleanses, so I do suggest if it interests you, to do lots of research and check out all the many different oxygen colon cleanse products and grab a cuppa beforehand because there are a lot!!

Happy colon cleansing!!

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