In recent years the human colon has received more than its fair quota of periodical and unwarranted assaults by ‘health experts.’
It seems that this inoffensive organ is fated to be the long-suffering target of attention and attack by dozens of laxatives, detergent remedies, enemas, cascades and colonic irrigation machines.
Even toxic substances like coffee are being deliberately injected into the colon.
All remedies, drugs, enemas, and colonic irrigations cause enervation - they needlessly use up vital nerve force
which leads to enervation.
Colonic irrigation is a particularly violent process which involves the irritation of the colon and leads to
expenditure of excessive amounts of nerve force.
Since enervation is a prime cause of toxemia we should avoid any procedure which may cause it.
The case for auto-intoxication caused by undue retention of faeces in the colon has been grossly overstated.
The so-called remedies are hazardous to health and represent a greater danger to health than the costiveness they are designed to ‘cure.
Those who wish to avoid auto-intoxication would be better employed attending to their life-style and adopting biologically sound living habits.
By doing this they can avoid the possible deleterious affects of auto-intoxication, colonic irrigations, enemas and laxative drugs.