How to Prepare for a Colonic Irrigation

The first colonic irrigation I did was not very pleasant. I learnt later that with a little planning any discomfort can be avoided. So directly before, and for 2/3 days after you should avoid the following:

The obvious:

Alcohol, caffeinated tea and coffee, carbonated drinks, dairy products, desserts, fried and fatty foods, flour products, ice cream, processed junk food, sugar, wheat products

gas producing foods:

Beans, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, onions, peppers, soya products, raw apples


Also make sure you drink pleanty of water before and after (not just before). You should stop eating a few hours before the colonic. I find it easier to fast that morning until it is done, but oats are a good breakfast to have beforehand if you are hungry, and a salad for lunch if you are having it done in the late afternoon. 

It is a good idea to go for the following before and after:

vegetable juice, chamomile and pepermint teas, fresh vegetable soup, fish and poultry, green leafy vegetables, seasonal organic vegetables, seeds (pumpkin and sunflower)

This good advice was given to me at the clinic I attend: where I did not experience any pain, having avoided the gas producing foods outlined above.

Liver Flush #2

I have now completed my second liver flush and it was even more sucessful than the first.

I released around 300 stones (!) this time, some of them quite large. And the flush itself was much easier as I hardly felt any nausea this time around (I drank a lot of water during the day of the fast, and am pretty sure that it was dehydration that was making me feel sick last time.

I can’t stress how important the colonic irrigation afterwards is. I passed about half of the stones during it, so don’t skip this important step if you are going to do a flush.

I actually felt a quite sick during the colonic, and had to ask for water. This happened because of how toxic the release was.

If the idea of a colonic irrigation makes you uncomfortable, look for a clinic where they use the modern Libbe open system such as the one they use at the clinic I go to: it means that you are in control and the therapist leaves you to it once you’ve got the hang of it. I highly recommend it, and will not be going back to the old system!!

I also recommend a thorough reading of Andreas Moritiz’s book beforehand.