As literature becomes available in adobe acrobat format, we will attempt to keep this page updated.-
* COLONIC IRRIGATIONS: A REVIEW OF THE HISTORICAL CONTROVERSY AND THE POTENTIAL FOR ADVERSE EFFECTS - by Douglas G. Richards, Ph.D., David L. McMillin, M.A.,Eric A. Mein, M.D., and Carl D. Nelson, D.C. (Downloaded from the Meridian Institute Web Site)
* Townsend Letter Article by Morton Walker, DPM; August / September 2000
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Information for all Clients and Members (outside Texas): "Colon irrigation devices are prescription devices by federal law. A practitioner licensed by state law to use such prescription devices must authorize the purchase of the colon irrigation device, must use or supervise its use, and must order each colon irrigation for a patient."
Information for all Clients and Prospective new members in the State of Texas: "Colon irrigation devices are prescription devices and their purchase must be authorized by a physician licensed by the Texas Board of Medical Examiners. A colon hydrotherapist must be supervised by such a physician to use a colon irrigation device and must have a written order on file for each procedure from a physician licensed by the Texas Board of Medical Examiners."
Information for all Clients and Members (outside the USA): "Comply with the laws of your country to ensure that you are in compliance.