What Are Probiotics?
Probiotics are living microorganisms. They live in your body and help your body with digestion, immune system, and much more. Without probiotics in your colon, your colon may experience inflammation, gas, bloating and digestive problems. Probiotics also help to absorb vitamins.
Can I Use Probiotics in An Enema?
Many customers use probiotics in an enema. One way to administer is by using an enema syringe which has a special silicone colon tube to go deeper into the colon to implant the probiotics. The best type of probiotic would be a probiotic powder form which completely dissolves.
Studies have shown that probiotic implants can improve your overall gut health, combat candida albicans. But you could also see improvement in your immune system response. Weight loss has not been studied, but there could be benefits due to probiotics aiding in the metabolism process.
Are You A Probiotic Enema Candidate?
If you suffer from IBS, Ulcerative colitis, or any digestion issues, you should consult your naturopath to find out more on probiotic enemas and implants. And always see a doctor before doing enemas.
If you have a weakened immune system, probiotic enemas may not be for you. While probiotics are good bacteria you need, they can lead to infections in those with weakened immune systems.
How To Do A Probiotic Enema
There are two ways you can administer a probiotic enema:
1) Using an enema syringe
2) Using an enema bucket and tubing (glass enema buckets are preferred)
We suggest using our probiotic powder, rather than capsules which are tedious to open and dissolve.
Simply dissolve the powder into water and add to your enema syringe or enema bucket. Using a syringe will give a more concentrated "implant" of the probiotics. Whereas using the bucket will be for those wanting more solution for an enema.
Hold the solution in for 5 minutes or longer.
Contact your doctor if you not blood in your stool
Watery bowel movements after a day.