Laxatives and cathartics are "big business." This is evident in the prevalence of constipation. What happens when one takes such laxatives and cathartics, is usually the ejection of debris from the bowel. But simply because the colon became so irritated in expelling the offending laxative that anything else that was loose went out with it.

The use of laxatives and cathartics are not only habit forming but decidedly destructive to the membrane of the intestines. They disturb the normal rhythm of the excretory organs, which sooner or later rebel. That is why so many people start with mild laxatives and soon graduate to cathartics before they reach the point of no return.

Realize a surgeon is trained to cut and amputate. It is not within their field to wash out the colon or have it done. Be wise, to quote an old familiar saying — an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Prove it yourself by taking a number of colonics. The life you save may be your own.