Internal Healing

How To Cleanse Your Colon?

A woman drinking tea to cleanse her colon

Perhaps you're feeling sluggish and trying to get back into your fitness routine? Or maybe you are interested in a spring detox and want to take care of your gut health! A colon cleanse is an excellent start to having a happy and healthy digestive system. Colon cleansing is the act of flushing out your large intestine. It allows you to get rid of toxins, undigested food, mucus buildup and can alleviate constipation. If done correctly, colon cleansing can improve your immune system, decrease bloating and leave you feeling energised! If you're looking to reset, read on because we've put together a list of different ways to cleanse your colon safely. 


Is It Safe To Cleanse Your Colon?

Everybody is different; therefore, not everyone should colon cleanse. If you're pregnant, on medication, or have any underlying health problems such as heart or kidney disease, you should check with your medical provider. If you don't do it correctly, the potential issues that could arise include dehydration, infection, imbalance of your electrolytes and a bowel perforation. That's why it's critical to choose your product (or service) wisely and approach it carefully. 


Ways To Cleanse Your Colon

There are various ways to cleanse your colon. There are all sorts of laxatives and consumables that will trigger your bowel movements, but not all of them are good for you and can result in health issues. Natural stimulation is best and will be the most gentle on your body. The two most common methods are consuming formula (or product) and seeing a hydrotherapist for colonic irrigation. We've expanded on both below.



Laxatives are a common stimulant for colon cleansing. It's in your best interest to read up on the ingredients so that you know what you're ingesting is safe. If you use laxatives for weeks or months, your colon's ability to contract will worsen and can lead to severe constipation or laxative dependency. Some laxatives draw water from the rest of your body into your colon to help the stools pass. Often, along with the water, they will absorb a lot of the nutrients and electrolytes, which is why it's vital to replenish and hydrate. If you are suffering from a headache or struggling to pee- it's most likely from the laxatives.


Our colon cleanser pill will not cause any of these issues. Our formula is made from all-natural ingredients and uses magnesium, aloe vera and oxygen to gently cling to compacted stool and toxins in your colon. It helps break down your stools in a way that makes them much easier to pass out of your body. There are no harsh herbal stimulants, artificial ingredients, uncomfortable cramping or bad tasting teas that you have to worry about. Overnight Cleanse is 100% natural, gluten-free, vegan and made here in Australia. The combination of the all-natural ingredients will replenish your colon once the toxic waste has been removed, helping you feel refreshed whilst resetting your gut.


Herbal Tea

Herbal tea is another natural way to cleanse your colon. Tea leaves derived from dried flowers, herbs and fruits don't contain toxic chemicals that can harm your gut health. They are packed with nutrients, vitamins, antioxidants and minerals. On top of aiding digestion, herbal blends can help with pain reduction, relaxation and boost the immune system. Herbal teas that you can drink for digestion include chamomile, ginger and chai. They will absorb gas and improve your blood flow to the entire digestive tract. The more hydrated you are, the more lubricated your intestines are, which means you're more likely to maintain moisture in your stools!



Hydrotherapy is also known as colonic irrigation. It is the act of physically flushing out your large intestine with a controlled amount of filtered water and should be done by a professional hydrotherapist. Although it is much more costly (and recommended in multiple treatments), it provides instant relief. The procedure involves a trained hydrotherapist inserting a speculum into your rectum, which is attached to an outlet tube used to dispense the filtered water into your large intestine. Once your intestine starts filling up with water, your body will start to alleviate the waste and gas pockets along with all of the water. The procedure generally takes around 45 minutes.


Consume More Fibre

Another excellent way to cleanse your colon! Fibre helps promote healthy microbiota and can ward off constipation. Although fibre may not provide instant relief, it is a recommended long-term solution to managing your digestive system and gut health. If you are relying on fibre to speed up the transit of your food, consume foods that contain insoluble fibre. Wheat bran, nuts, legumes, whole wheat flour, and vegetables will bulk up your stools and sweep through your bowels. Too much fibre can result in the opposite effect of bloating, gas and constipation- it's all about balance. 


What To Expect When Cleansing Your Colon

Colon cleansing can cause minor physical discomfort- but so does constipation. Whether you're consuming laxatives, tea, introducing a high-fibre diet, trying out hydrotherapy or Overnight Cleanse- make sure you have access to a bathroom and give yourself a couple of days to feel the effect. We recommend doing it before bed to allow your body time to react (as your digestive system is at rest. That way, you can wake up in the morning and (hopefully) have a bowel movement. After some minor cramping (overnight cleanse does not cause any cramping), you can expect to feel lighter, energetic, and overall good health by eliminating the unwanted waste!


These natural remedies for constipation relief may not be the cure, but they can certainly aid the process. If you are exercising the above methods and still struggling with being regular, seek medical advice.