Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Individuals who have hemophilia, epilepsy, use blood thinners, or have an implanted organ or pacemaker, should not use the Ionic Foot Bath. Children under the age of 18 or females during pregnancy or lactation, should not use it either. There might be other situations in which one should use a Foot Bath. If you are uncertain, please consult with your healthcare provider.

For those aged from 10 to 65, it can be used every other day. However, it should not be used more than three times a week.

For those aged below 10 and over 65, it is recommended to use it twice a week.

Yes, this will not affect the session.

WARNING: Do not use any other electronic equipment during the sessions.

Waste has been building up in your colon for a long period, so more than one session is required to remove it gently. An individual may require ten to twelve sessions, depending on their health, toxicity level, and willingness to improve. It would be sensible to clean the large intestine once a month after fully the number of colonics needed to remove a lifetime of impacted waste.

The major benefits are:

  • It helps in the release of gastrointestinal toxins and fecal matter.
  • Blood cleansing.
  • Strengthens the immune system.
  • Helps restore the optimum pH balance in both the colon and body.
  • Reduces the risk of colon cancer.

Yes, having a colonic during periods is usually an excellent time, as your body is already in the cleansing mode. Generally, I do not recommend wearing a tampon during a colonic, but if it makes you feel comfortable, you can use it. I will certainly recommend replacing the tampon after a colonic.

The ear candle affects ear wax, gas exchange, moisture, and deposits of the fungus because of its length, design, and shape, from deep inside your ear membranes, sinus cavities, and ear canal.

We recommend that women steam two to three times a month as part of an overall self-care plan, even during weeks when you do not have periods. Women suffering from exhaustion, bloating, or menstrual pain should steam two to three times within the week before menstruation. Women experiencing fertility problems should steam once a week, and maybe twice during pre-ovulation to ensure the tissue is moist, and the cervical fluids are clear and abundant. You can expect three months of steaming before you see results. For the post-partum, yoni steam should be made three times a week for a month to promote uterine and vaginal healing and toning (please ensure that there are no open wounds and bleeding). Women experiencing or having passed the menopause should steam for maintenance at least three times a year. However, one may steam more frequently if it feels right. If your problems are severe, you may need to steam up to three days a week to get the most out of it.

Yoni steams the uterine lining to shed any excessive build-up every month. This is important to remember, as the uterine lining is built up during pregnancy to nourish the fertilized egg and developing fetus. Therefore, in those cases, anything that causes the uterus to contract and cleanse itself, such as yoni steam, should be avoided so that the lining remains intact.

After doing a yoni steam, your menstrual cycle can change. Frequently, much material is "encrusted" to the inside of your womb, which is eliminated after the yoni steam. The herbs have a powerful impact on the uterus. Often, this means that your flow is going to be very slow, dark, and dense only for one to two days, and sometimes, it stretches your cycle time to remove all of the excessive deposits. Your next cycle will eventually be much lighter and pleasanter than ever before. You should not expect to see results right after the steam other than feeling comfortable and pampered (there will be no apparent discharge after the steam).

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