Old School Naturopaths and Herbalists have employed this process to improve recovery from illness for hundreds of years. Infusions and Implants can dramatically support detoxification of the colon administered after colonic sessions. There are many implant/infusion protocols that can be effective for therapeutic purposes. Certain herbs as tea concoctions (not alcohol preserved tinctures) can be used. Examples are chamomile or catnip for calming a nervous person. Black walnut for parasites, peppermint to cool an inflamed bowel, fennel seed tea for excessive gas, fresh raw aloe juice is wonderful for diverticulitis and inflammation of the bowels.
What is the difference between an infusion and an implant?
Why the colon?
The colon lining is an extremely permeable tissue. Infusions and implants through the colon are absorbed through the rich capillary network of this amazing organ directly into the bloodstream. In the days before IV therapy and nutritional supplementation via IV portals healers using natural medicine would/could feed an invalid through the colon. Additionally treating poorly functioning colons with herbal therapies, aloe juice and other healing agents such as bentonite clay and wheat grass.
Basically the colon is the perfect delivery system. So much so, that innovations in the treatment of a variety of diseases using ozone therapy are administered via the colon for maximum absorption into the system!
Cleared of fecal matter the health benefits of the infusions or implants are able to fully penetrate the colon lining with it’s rich capillary network and be absorbed into the bloodstream, a powerful way to boost detoxification and increase nutrient levels!
Implants and Infusions offered by Bridge to Health Colonics
If you have questions or seek more information about which implant or infusion is best for you feel free to connect with Bridge to Health @ 805-235-8071 or email
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NOTE: Infusions and Implants are self administered according the FDA regulations.
WARNING: It is always advisable for anyone undergoing medical treatment to obtain permission for their MN or ND
before opting for implants or infusions as part of their colonic regime.
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