Colonics, also referred to as colon hydrotherapy or colonic irrigation, involve introducing a tube into the rectum to flush the colon with water, typically to eliminate waste and toxins. This practice is believed to aid in detoxification, alleviate constipation, and promote better digestion. Colonics, while sometimes sought for their perceived benefits, come with potential risks that should not be overlooked. The invasive nature of the procedure can lead to bowel perforation or infection if not performed by trained professionals. Additionally, overuse of colonics can disrupt the natural balance of the gut microbiome and may lead to electrolyte imbalances, highlighting the importance of careful consideration and medical guidance when contemplating this practice.