Colon cleaning and multiple sclerosis


Colon therapy has been practiced in some form for thousands of years. It was used in ancient Egypt and ancient Greece. The use of colon therapy in the United States began in the 1890s. At that time, it was often part of therapy that was provided at health spas. The popularity of colon therapy waned in the 1940s but has grown significantly since that time. It is estimated that tens of thousands of Americans are currently treated with colon therapy. Colon therapy is sometimes suggested for people with Multiple sclerosis and also as a component of preventive health care.

In colon therapy, the large intestine, or colon, is cleaned with liquid. Plastic tubes are placed in the rectum, and a solution, which may be water or water mixed with herbs or enzymes, is then passed through the tubing and into the colon.

Alternative Medicine and Multiple Sclerosis, Dr Allen C. Bowling, M.D., PhD

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