Water enemas take a long time. The key( for expelling ) is to stimulate bile flow into the colon, which then stimulates pertalisis and purges mucus from the colon. During my colonics It takes 20-30 minutes of water flushing just to stimulate bile into the colon. I do not release fecal matter or mucus until the bile has been stimulated.
I'm just wondering how much candida likes to hang out right before the colon ready to recolonize the colon at any given time. If colonics can flush out good bacteria-- Then it seems like there would be some good flora located right before you enter the colon to recolonize the gut. Otherwise, colonics would make people very constipated if colonics flushed out all the good flora. I think colonies whether candida or good flora establish some ground right before the colon?
I thought candida can penetrate tissue with its rhizoids and anchor itself in tissue? Dont know how much of that applies to colon tissue though?