Friday, December 08, 2006

Therapy with Water

I will dicuss two therapy method with water.


What is enema?

An enema (plural enemata or enemas) is the procedure of introducing liquids into the rectum and colon via the anus. Enemas can be carried out for medical reasons (as a treatment for constipation), as part of alternative therapies, and also for erotic purposes, particularly as part of BDSM activities. In earlier times, they were often known as clysters. Enemas have even been used to administer beverage alcohol to alcoholics who have developed stomach ulcers. From wikipedia.

Here we will look at it as a therapy or treatment as to erotic. Normal practice is to use soapy water administrated through the rectum, this however practice any more in proper therapy centre. The replacement for soppy water therapy is 'Herbal Enema", not sure if it is any reassuring that soppy water up the rectum!! Herbal Enema is a combination of castor oil, juice from wheat leave and lemon mix in warm water. This suppose the clean the intestine make it strong. During this procedure the reaction between the intestine and the Herbal enema has no side effect and safe.

This how ever is not for everyone, those that has the following should avoid Herbal Enema therapy.

1. Suffering from high fever.

2. Hole or ulcer in the intestine or stomach

3. Blockage of the intestine.


How can taking a bath a therapy. A bath is to shower and get clean.!! Well we are talking about steam bath not your regular to the shower bath. The temperature in the steam bath will help open the pores in the skin and allow the cleaning of the skin making it glow or shine.

This therapy is believe to easy

1. Piles

2. Sciatica

3. Irregular periods

4. Along the waist pain

This therapy is gaining popularity in the big city as the hectic way of life would need such therapy. Some centre have incorporated some sort of exercise in the Steam-bath therapy. What type of exercise? Not heavy workout but stretching, just to get the limbs moving while the body is heated up from the steam. The therapy also involve getting first in cold water then hot, this is repeated at least twice or if needed repeatedly.

Another bath therapy is call 'Friction Rub Bath'. An Ancient Indian Granths have advice to massage or rub the head, neck, hands and feet after a bath, with the help of a dry towel. Acupressure points are strewn all over our bodies and as and when these points are pressurized, the bodies develop strength to combat various diseases, internally. During a 'Friction Rub Bath', you press and rub against these special acupressure points and increase your body's immunity power. If you normally finish your simple bathing ritual in 10 minutes, 'Friction Rub Bath' wouldn't take you more than 15 minutes!

What does this therapy help to the body is;

1. High blood-pressure or weak heart

2. Headache, burning sensation in the feet and hands

3. Pins and needles

4. Fatigue or body ache

5. Indigestion

6. Insomnia

Well if rubbing your body with a dry towel is not your gig as taking a bath, you can try while in your normal shower apply pressure and rub your head, neck from left to right, behind the ear.

So this is not your normal step in to your shower and waste water. Best to try out the above when you are in your bath.


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