All's Well That Ends Well

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"The digestive tract refers to many parts and organs of the body: the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and colon. There are also auxiliary organs which aid in digestion such as the pancreas, liver, and spleen. We rely on all of these organs to function well so that we can properly break down food, absorb nutrients, kill off harmful bacteria, and eliminate waste.

The colon refers to the last five feet of the digestive tract and while its primary job is to eliminate waste and toxins from the body, it is also where we absorb electrolytes, vitamin k and water. The intestines/gut is host to the majority of the bacteria and microbes in the body, which we rely on for a strong immune system and healthy digestion.People choose to have colonics to detoxify their bodies; to prevent disease; to increase energy and well-being; to adress specific digestive issues such as gas, bloating, and constiSimply put, colon hydrotherapy is the gentle purified water-washing of the last five feet of the digestive tract known as the large intestine or colon using FDA-approved equipment. At All"s Well That Ends Well, we use what we think of as the most comfortable, safe equipment on the markepation; to diminish food cravings; to aid in the clearing of parasitic infection, heavy metals, and candida; as well as to receive guidance and support for nutritional changes and cleanses."

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