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Ordinary People. Ordinary Things. with Melissa Radke

Feb 19, 2019

Theresa Grecco has been one of my closest friends for 20 years. Theresa recently bought a practice from a woman who is retiring. Her business is killing it, and she has clients who are raving about her. I've been a little curious and have been wanting to see what she does. I flew to Nashville, where Theresa lives and works, to try it for myself. I even recorded it for you.

In case you're wondering,Theresa is a colon hydrotherapist. I know you're thinking that this isn't the type of therapy that you thought I needed. The reason I'm sharing this experience is because everyone I told about this said they wanted to know more. What you’re about to hear can't be glossed over. It can't be called anything other than what it is. I'll be giving you a first-hand account of what happens when you hop on the table and take your friendship to a whole new level.

You can find Theresa here:

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Show Notes

  • [05:55] Water has started going in.
  • [06:56] Now it is being increased to release gas.
  • [07:54] Water is now going into Melissa’s colon.
  • [08:59] The water goes in and then when Theresa releases pressure things get pushed out.
  • [09:59] As the water goes in it breaks up the poop, so it can be released.
  • [10:54] Theresa had digestive issues. A doctor suggested she try colon hydrotherapy.
  • [11:30] She didn't want to do it, but she felt a big relief after the first visit.
  • [11:59] We all have mucus to facilitate going poop and to protect us from our stomach acid.
  • [12:41] Cloudy water can be a sign of candida.
  • [13:11] After they flush everything out, they put the good bacteria back in.
  • [15:03] Candida can double in size in a half an hour with one dose of sugar.
  • [15:16] Colon hydrotherapy is great for people who suffer from constipation or diarrhea, candida, are coming down with a cold or flu, people who've consumed excessive food or alcohol, and people who have been flying.
  • [16:19] This therapy can actually help you get unblocked physically and emotionally.
  • [18:56] Each session takes between 45 minutes and an hour and 15 minutes.
  • [19:38] The left side of our body is where the more solid poop is.
  • [20:15] There are great benefits to doing coffee enemas. Theresa also encourages her clients to do coffee enemas at home.
  • [21:14] Benefits include healing the colon, rebuilding the liver, reducing pain, eliminating parasites, helping with depression, improving mental clarity, improving energy, helping digestion, releasing toxins, and more.
  • [21:45] David is in the room doing the recording, but he is as far away as he can possibly be.
  • [22:30] It's recommended to start with three sessions in 7 days. Maintenance is once a month. If you are eating healthy and doing coffee enemas, you can skip a couple months. A package of three is $325 and one session is $115.
  • [23:58] It's important to make sure that you eliminate the bad stuff and put the good stuff back in.
  • [25:51] We can hold anger in our liver, and the cleanse can release it.
  • [30:38] The worst part of this whole process for Melissa is that it feels irritating, because it feels like she needs to go to the bathroom.
  • [32:48] One of Theresa's clients lost 8 pounds, afterwards.
  • [34:13] When doing a coffee enema at home run water through your body before you start the coffee.
  • [36:13] Melissa answers Theresa's rapid fire questions for her.
  • [39:08] Melissa went into the experience with an open mind, and she liked it.
  • [39:50] Melissa answers the questions that everyone wants to know about the process.

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