Enema Therapy is a treatment method of Chinese medicine, and other countries like Greek also have this therapy from their ancient time. For patients with kidney disease, Enema Therapy can help diseased kidneys to remove toxins and waste products. But the function mechanism and used medicines of Enema Therapy in different countries is different. Here, we will introduce Enema Therapy in Chinese medicine.
Enema Therapy uses medicine liquid of traditional Chinese medicine, and may mix with powers to treat disease. This therapy has better effect in treating many systemic diseases or partial diseases, like intestinal diseases, uremia, bronchial asthma, etc. Besides, it can also be used to treat infertility caused by tubal nowhere or mild adhesion. This therapy is simple to operate, and the medicine can be absorbed rapidly, which can have rapid effect.
The used medicines will be compounded according to patient’s own condition, and the medicines will be concentrated into a certain dosage, or the medicine power should be mixed well before the operation. Then, the medicines will be imported into patient’s body through anus.
Enema therapy is often used to treat kidney failure and intestinal diseases.
In treating kidney failure, medicines like rhubarb, concha ostreae, dandelion, liquorice, etc, are often used, which can reach the effect of reducing the amount of nitrogen in patient’s body, which can improve patient’s condition effectively, even for patients who have very severe kidney faiure.
In treating intestinal diseases, lots of medicines will be used, like root of common peony, salvia miltiorrhiza, radix notoginseng, sophora flavescens, scutellaria baicalensis, Chinese gall, etc. These medicines can effectively treat diseases like ulcerous colitis, intestinal obstruction, etc.
Matters need attention:
•Medicines can corrode enema should not be used when clysis fluid is compounding.
•The operation technique should be mild, so as to avoid harm patient’s mucosa. If patients have haemorrhoids, this process should be operating more carefully.
•The clysis fluid should be kept for a period in patient’s body, and if it can not be retained, patient’s head should be lowered and feet should be raised.