Congratulations for taking a big step toward improving your health and well being. You’ve decided to cleanse your colon but are worried about the financial implications of such a procedure. In these financial times, it is smart to be investigating the costs involved with colon cleansing enema clinics because, like almost everything else, the costs vary somewhat significantly. This article will give you an idea of what you can expect to spend on different types of colon cleansing enema clinics and whether or not they are worth it.

Believe it or not, there are actually clinics out there that cater to the rich and rich only. We call these clinics First Class Enema Clinics. You can expect to get your colon cleansed while listening to a Bose Surround Sound System, candles of various scents lit, and while wearing a silk robe. The average cost of a First Class clinic would be between $450 and $700. At the end of the day, all you will receive is an enema but if you can afford luxury, why not?

Secondly, there are clinics that market themselves as more advanced or more knowledgeable about the process of giving enemas. Mostly, they will use many different types of liquids in the enema including coffee, tea, dirty water (thin mud), vegetable juices, and many more. They will claim that the benefits of these liquids versus plain old water are significant, but most experts will disagree. There are no proven facts to support their claims. The cost of these clinics can vary between $150 and $250 per session. Not worth it.

A plain old alternative healing clinic that offers standard enemas should cost you no more than $100 per session and will include all services necessary to complete the enema. These clinics are by far the best bang for your buck.

If you’re willing to pay for frills, by all means go for it. But standard colon cleansing enema clinics are the best choice for most Americans. Of course, there are many do it yourself enemas that are just as effective and much less expensive than any clinic. The choice is ultimately yours.



Source by Mike H. Kim