Question: Doesn’t the use of an enema achieve the same results as Colon Hydrotherapy?
Answer: The differences between colon hydrotherapy and the employment of enemas need to be stressed. The only common point between them is that they are administered to the same area of the body, but from this point onwards they represent two distinct types of treatment.
Thus, whereas an enema is only capable of cleaning out the lower part of the colon, and is only effective for a short time, colon hydrotherapy is able to cleanse the entire colon and its impact lasts for longer. Also, the aggressive nature of the administration of enemas could result in damage to the membrane of the colon whereas the gentle flow of water used in colon hydrotherapy has no such harmful effects.