Colenzing vs Colon hydrotherapy


What Is the Difference?


What is Colenzing?

Colenzing is the self-administered enema of gently introducing warm filtered water into the colon through a small flexible rectal nozzle that is ¼” in diameter, rounded on the end and lubricated for easy insertion. The water is gravity fed through medical grade hose from a specially designed container mounted about 4’ above the colenz® board where the person is laying supine with the head and shoulders slightly elevated. As the water hydrates and softens the bowel matter, the body naturally eliminates the loose material through a collection scoop on the board and cleanly deposits the waste into the toilet or bowl. This process continues for a period of time allowing the water to eventually hydrate and cleanse the entire colon.


Colon hydrotherapy
(as defined by I-ACT)

Colon hydrotherapy, is a safe, effective method of removing waste from the large intestine, without the use of drugs. By introducing filtered and temperature regulated water into the colon, the waste is softened and loosened, resulting in evacuation through natural peristalsis.

This process is repeated a few times during a session.

Note: The language in a number of recent court decisions and proposed legislation attempts to equate the term colon hydrotherapy with colonics and colon (colonic) irrigation, which could require that the procedure be done only on FDA Class II equipment. We, therefore, suggest that Colenz® owners make an attempt to substitute the term colenzing or colon cleansing for the term colon hydrotherapy.

E. Bryan Poulsen, VP of Colenz, Inc. (April 13, 2013)