Herbal Implants & Infusions

What are herbal implants & infusions?

A herbal implant is similar to an enema, as it's not just water being infused.

 

Herbal implants can be an infusion of a single herb and water, or a blend of herbs, depending on the issue being treated.

See below for a complete list of the herbs and what they can be used to treat.

How does it work?

The herbal infusion is inserted into the rectum.

 

The infusion travels through the lower bowel and straight to the liver via the hepatic portal vein.

 

This allows the properties of the herbs to be transported through the vascular colon wall and into the blood stream quickly. 

What's on the menu?

Liquorice root

Anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, releases gas, soothing, laxative, smooth muscle relaxant

Fennel

Anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, releases gas, carminative, anti-depressant, anti-bacterial, smooth muscle relaxant

Chamomile

Anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, releases gas, carminative, sedative, analgesic

Peppermint

Anti-spasmodic, smooth muscle relaxant, releases gas

Raspberry leaf

Toning, astringent, stimulant

Senna pod

Tonic, laxative, stimulates peristalsis

Dandelion root

Bitter, laxative, stimulant, diuretic

Artichoke

Bitter, tonic, laxative, helps IBS, reduces bloating, releases gas, reduces abdominal pain

I am not allowed to make claims for treatments that have not been scientifically proven. Most complementary therapies cannot be proven despite having been found to be very effective. All the information you find on this website has not been qualified by scientific research and any treatment you undertake will be at your discretion.

Sarah Chadda Colonic Hydrotherapy

Aspire North Wales Clinic

13 Princes Drive

Colwyn Bay

LL29 8HT

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