I have colonics done once a week to get rid of mucus, candida waste, and to help relieve me of my constipation. I dont recommend colonics unless you have severe constipation/have no flora in the colon. I think too many colonics can disturb the friendly flora too much. Im pretty sure that My colon has been taken over by candida fungus due to the reaction I have when I do anti-fungal enemas+the amount of gas produced by the candida at the end of my colonic.
Colonics itself might help to get rid of some candida but does not eradicate the deep rooted fungal candida. Thats been my experience. Im hoping very soon I can stop doing colonics and start re-establishing normal bowel movements again. Colonics are not cheap, but having your colon removed is not a good alternative.
Maybe you experienced some die-off/healing reaction from the bile that is released into the colon while the colonics are done. I noticed the colonics definetly piss the candida off and make it more exposed. Candida does not like the water pressure caused by the colonics. The end of the colonic can make me nausous due do the release of bile and the gases that the candida produces.
You can do a probiotic enema done right after the colonic but be careful of how much you do because the die-off can be pretty bad when the candida is exposed out in the open. Right now im going to try to focus on converting the candida instead of killing it. Then once I can convert it then i will do the probiotic enemas. I have some undeconeic acid in dry form(candida helper) and am going to experiment with that as well as sodium bicarbonate and vitamin C, maybe lufenuron. Might add just a little sugar to the mix to act as bait.
I think colonics cause some electrolyte loss as well. Cause I think the colon is responsible for some electrolytes. Seems like my sodium/ blood pressure levels always are a little lower after a session. Probably very minimal though.