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Re: Why does it have to be filtered water and what temperature?
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Published: 17 years ago
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Re: Why does it have to be filtered water and what temperature?

On the question of temperature a few questions come to mind. 1st, what is the temperature based on? Is is based on a person's body temperature? If so would that necessitate the person having their temperature (and I'm assuming it would be a core reading))taken first to match the water temperature to their body temperature. 2nd, is there any guidelines or regulating factors that say how hot or cold a temperature a thereapist can administer? 3rd Is the temperature of the water regardless of type unit (Open or closed system)limited by the unit's design, so as to remain around 37C or 98.6F what I guess is considered normal body temperature.
A personal note here: When I started colonics many years ago, I was always first given a check of my vital signs including having my temperature taken, always orally. Actually being that I was about to receive the colonic, I asked the nurse (CCT also) why it wasn't a rectal reading. She just said they didn't take it that way. Wouldn't have made any difference to me which way it was checked. I also believed a core reading was most accurate and would be considered prior to the colonic being given. Thanks.

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