Enema and Haritaki benefits

Enema and Haritaki work together to increase health, Paramahamasa Nithyananda recommends.
Enema and Haritaki work together to increase health, Paramahamasa Nithyananda recommends.

Use Haritaki and Enema together for maximum benefit

Paramahamsa Nithyananda recommends using both Haritaki, and enema for maximum cleansing. When I was just in India at the Nithyananda ashram I met a second year medical student who is an expert at body scanning, trained by Nithyananda. He has scanned many hundreds of people. He says that he sees a consistent pattern in the internal health. He sees that all disease starts in the intestinal tract, in various places. He says that he sees a remarkable difference in people who take both haritaki, to eliminate bacterial, worms and parasites, and then also use enema to cleanse the lower colon.

Why use enema?

In my own research I find out that the lower colon is where the bacteria really multiply, as they sit, waiting for excretion to take place. For every hour the waste sits stagnant the bacteria multiply many times over, literally millions of times! Now some of this bacteria is not harmful, in fact, it is was helpful further up the digestive system. But some bacteria  is very harmful. We want to move that bacteria out as fast as possible. This is what the enema does. It reduces the amount of time poison takes to go through our system.

 

What is enema?

Enema is a flush of the lower digestive tract using water to enter the anus. I do my daily enema right after I wake up. It cleanses the whole system. I do feel a clearing and cleansing. The effects are quite noticeable.

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The most frequent use of an enema is to relieve constipation or for bowel cleansing before a medical examination or “procedure”.[2] In standard medicine an enema may also be employed as a lower gastrointestinal series (also called a barium enema),[3] to check diarrhea, as a vehicle for the administration of food, water or medicine, as a stimulant to the general system, as a local application and, more rarely, as a means of reducing temperature,[1] as treatment for encopresis, and as a form of rehydration therapy (proctoclysis) in patients for whom intravenous therapy is not applicable.[4]

Enemas are used as part of some alternative health therapies and are also used to administer drugs for recreational or religious reasons.

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