Probiotic Implants

Probiotic implants


A probiotic implant is a specially designed combination of healthy and beneficial bacteria inserted directly into the colon via the rectum following a colonic hydrotherapy treatment. This allows direct access to the mucous membranes for immediate absorption, leading to greater population and retention helping to strengthen and reinforce the gut flora for optimum colon health.

Scientific research has uncovered a fascinating ecosystem within each of us called the Microbiome. This complex network of bacteria, fungi, and microflora live primarily in our gut and impact the health of virtually every system in the human body.  

The gut microbiome begins to diversify and affect your body from the moment you are born. There are up to 1,000 species of bacteria in the human gut microbiome, and each of them plays a different role. Higher microbiome diversity is considered good for your health and is achieved from eating a healthy balanced diet rich in plant fibres which feed the good bacteria. However, toxins in the environment, antibiotics, a sedentary lifestyle, and poor food choices can have a negative effect on the microbiome and thought to be the cause of many inflammatory bowel conditions. Lots of research and studies are currently being carried out to identify links between our gut microbiome, auto immune diseases along with many other health issues.

Colonic Hydrotherapy with Probiotic Implant – £105.00

About The treatment

Each dose contains 28 billion viable cells:

Its job is to maintain the micro flora balance within the intestines, control the increase of detrimental bacteria, bolster the immune system, and aid in the digestive process.

This has been described as one of the most significant and important types of good bacteria that inhabits the human body. Bifidobacterium longum maintains a normal digestive tract, inhibits the growth of harmful bacteria, and also boosts the immune system. Other benefits of B. longum include diarrhoea prevention in antibiotic treated patients, cholesterol reduction, alleviation of lactose intolerance symptoms, immune stimulation, and cancer prevention. In addition to this research various studies have been conducted regarding the health effects of B. longum, and researchers have concluded from these studies that it  may minimize the effects of or prevent the following: constipation associated with weight loss, various types of allergies and inflammation associated with Crohn’s disease or colitis, or high levels of cholesterol.

One of the main functions of probiotics in the acidophilus group is to provide aid in the digestion process. Lactobacillus acidophilus is found naturally in humans in the mouth, the intestines, and the vagina. Classified as healthy bacteria, L. acidophilus helps guard against infections and disease.  It assists in the breakdown of foods and thereby produces hydrogen peroxide, lactic acid and other substances that create an acidic, unfriendly environment for harmful organisms. L. acidophilus also creates lactase, which is an enzyme that converts lactose (milk sugar) into a simple sugar. Because of this latter capability, ingestion of L. acidophilus may be useful for people who suffer from lactose intolerance.

Is a beneficial bacteria that is found naturally in both the mouth and intestines of human beings. It produces lactic acid which helps lower pH levels in the digestive system and impedes the growth of harmful bacteria. It can improve and promote digestion. Some strains of the bacteria help control diarrhoea, while other strains have an anti-inflammatory effect on the gut. Other advantageous effects include reducing lactose intolerance, alleviating constipation, and even modulation of the immune system.