All about saline enemas

Enema to which is added saline solution softens hard fecal mass and allows the intestines to freely get rid of them. Usually saline enemas prescribed by the doctor for chronic constipation, but today they are widely used by women who want to lose weight effortlessly. The advantage of such enemas is that their application is possible not to restrict your diet as the weight loss starts from within and is due to the removal of fecal stones and toxins.

The alkaline environment created by salt, enhances the cleansing process, and the salt water is slowly absorbed by the mucous membrane, so that the purification lasts longer than usual.

The use of saline enemas the bowel is cleared of poisonous impurities which interfere with its cells updated. Weight loss occurs by improving the absorbability of nutrients from absorbed food, which leads to improved functioning of the entire body and allows to burn excess body fat. To do a salt enema, you need to dissolve two teaspoons of salt in a small amount of hot water, and then enter the solution into a liter of warm water. If an enema is necessary to put periodically to treat constipation, to water you can add one tablespoon of vinegar.

Regular saline enemas

Doctors categorically do not recommend to abuse the body cleansing using saline enemas, as they are eluted from the gut natural microflora. If you put an enema of saline solution a day for several weeks can cause many unpredictable complications. Bowel gets used to the mechanical evacuation and will cease to function properly, and mineral-salt balance of the body will be substantially impaired.

To use saline enemas were more effective, it is desirable to use English, Morshynska, Karlovy vary, or any other laxative salt except sodium chloride.

So, a saline enema is recommended to do not more often than once a week, if the therapy is aimed at weight loss or relief from chronic constipation. For ordinary colon cleanse old feces, an enema of salt, it is desirable to make two or three times a year. The water temperature of this enema should be about 23 degrees, but if you suffer from gastritis with high acidity, the temperature can be increased to 37-38 degrees.