Enema Can (1no)
It is believed that the Egyptian god Thoth invented the enema. Indeed, the legendary hygiene the Egyptians were famous for, in ancient times, owes much to the enema. Ancient Greece and India, among other countries, were also known to have a history of using an enema. An enema is routinely administered before a colonoscopy, among other procedures. It is prescribed before major surgeries as well and also administered in the case of severe constipation as well. It is believed to flush out toxins, help with weight management and improves energy levels. In an enema, the rectum, situated in the lower part of the large intestine is filled with liquid. The liquid often consists of a laxative, or oil. In some cases, gas may also be used. While there are variations, the enema kit most commonly consists of a bag or can, tube, and nozzle. The Veyr Enema Can must be used with caution and patience. Read the directions carefully before use.