Internal Wellness Center
Internal Wellness Center
History of Colon Hydrotherapy
Ancient Cultures:   Egyptians, Sumerians, Chinese, Hindus, Greeks, & Romans used enemas for medicinal purposes.
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21st Century:
Use   of   enemas,   called   clysters,   became   quite   popular   in   the   17th   Century.   It   was   common   to   add   color   and fragrance   to   the   fluid   in   the   clyster,   and   it   was   not   unusual   for   people   to   have   as   many   as   three   to   four   daily.   It   is recorded that King Louis XIII had more than 200 enemas in one year.
Improvements were made in the process, which became known as colon hydrotherapy.
Century:   Liz   Marcano-Pucillo   certified   colon   hydrotherapist,   opens   Internal   Wellness   Center   using   The   Angel   of Water CM-1 System.
Colon Hydrotherapy
J.   H.   Kellogg,   M.D.,   of   Battle   Creek,   Michigan   and   the   cereal   company,   is   responsible   for   popularizing   colon hydrotherapy   in   the   States.   “He   reported   in   1917   in   the   Journal   of   the   American   Medical   Association   that   he   was able   to   successfully   treat   all   but   20   of   40,000   gastrointestinal   patients   using   only   diet,   exercise   and   enemas—no surgery.
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