Where is a good place where I can purchase a good colema board. I remember seeing a site which says their colema board was the original one and the others are inferior models that were copied off of the original. I know that probably every company would claim that but where can I get a good colema board that works. Also I need one at a good price. thanks
Technically, the original Colema board is THE Colema Board, from colema boards of California, which is what I chose to buy, and I opted for the Deluxe model because it's easier to clean and more comfortable (it's wider, plus it comes with a foam comfort pad)
I surfed all over the web for at least an hour seeking out the best price, and www.therawworld.com is numero uno, plus they're service is always good. I highly recommend getting the reusable stainless steel tip as well, since buying a new plastic tip with each colema session would get pretty expensive.
And just in case you didn't know.. the plastic 5 gallon bucket doesn't come with the colema board, but can be picked up from a hardware store for about 5 bucks.
If you want technical. Colema was the first to come out with the particle board that is laminated, including the folding board. The also created the name "Colema" the real name for these boards is colenema. So a Colema is not a catagory of units created for home use, it is in particular the Colema board of California.
Colema was the first with the particle boards, but the first deluxe blue one piece board on the market was the Ultimate Trends board. They held the first paten on the deluxe type and originally it was white. The maker was good friends with Dr. Bernard Jensen . Dr jensen recommened that he change the board to the blue that it is because of the soothing and healing effect of the color. This is the board that has been copied by everyone else. Colema came out with a delux blue board only after the Ultimate Trends paten had expired.
I purchased the Ultimate colon cleansing board. Their unit comes with a plumbed solution container so that you do not have to siphon, like you do with Colema Boards. They have never sold a stainless steel tip, because they say that most of the people that use the home units are not necessarilly familiar with the turns that the colon takes. Inserting a hard steel tip could lead to poking a hole in the colon wall. The only sell a flexible tip, that can be sterilized and used over and over by the same person. I have seen them on E-bay. Use colonic as a search term on E-bay.