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ama

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Mae East found the tweets of Elia Caterina Mueller:

http://transgallaxys.com/~kanzlerzwo/index.php?topic=9027.0

There is a pic included on 2nd. April 2013:

https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vertical=default&q=eliamueller37&src=typd

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Elia Mueller ‏@eliamueller37 2 Apr 2013 West Jordan, UT

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BG3-ipHCIAE-zWf.jpg
Doing a deep cleanse this week, getting a lot mucus plaque out!
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"Colenz" was a brand name and later change to brand name and company name.

The domain

http://www.colenz.com

is associated with this shitty stuff.


The site gives the impression of a serious company. But only at first sight. the real address of the company is nowhere given.
The address which they SHOW is

http://www.colenz.com/contact/

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Contact Colenz
We'd love to hear from you! Please use one of these methods to reach us.

Mailing Address

Colenz, Incorporated.

5526 West 13400 South Suite 213
Riverton, Utah 84096

Phone (Orders & Support)
Toll free: 877-641-1845
Fax: 801-302-8233

E-mail
    Sales: sales@colenz.com
    Support: support@colenz.com

Happy man and wife
Enjoy the ultimate cleanse today!

Affordable and easy to use
Send us a message
Complete the form below and click "submit."

Your Name: *
Your Email: *
Your mailing address (include city, state, zip):
Your Phone:
Comments: *

Fields marked with a * are required.

Privacy & Legal  |  Terms of Use

© 1995 – 2015 Colenz, Inc.  All Rights Reserved.
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That is all. Nothing more. Now for the fun:

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Colenz, Incorporated.

5526 West 13400 South Suite 213
Riverton, Utah 84096


Phone (Orders & Support)
Toll free: 877-641-1845
Fax: 801-302-8233
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This is the very same address shit-head Dewayne Lee Smith uses!

http://www.deltamemberservices.com/?q=contacts

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5526 W. 13400 S., #318
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Phone: 1-866-291-6420

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The only difference, marked in red, is the post office box:

"5526 West 13400 South Suite 213"

"5526 W. 13400 S., #318"

No, it is NOT "suite 213", it is post office box 213! And it is not a real address, it is a UPS depot:


The UPS Store:
5526 W 13400 S, HERRIMAN, UT 84096.
https://herriman-ut-4976.theupsstorelocal.com/

This is a photo from that shop. Roll to the right to see the arrays of metal mailboxes in the walls.



https://herriman-ut-4976.theupsstorelocal.com/Image%20Library/Shared%20Images/Header%20Images/Shipping%20Pages/NSH_Female-Counter.jpg

The front of the shop, seen with Streetview:

https://www.google.com/maps/@40.5088719,-112.0227383,3a,30y,341.54h,93.09t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s95OVVIWRJ64KHpK4U6Xgqw!2e0!7i13312!8i6656




The WHOIS for domain also is detritus:

http://whois.domaintools.com/colenz.com

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Registrar    TUCOWS DOMAINS INC.
Registrar Status    clientTransferProhibited, clientUpdateProhibited
Dates    Created on 2005-06-05 - Expires on 2017-06-05 - Updated on 2015-08-07    
 
Name Server(s)    NS1.HOVER.COM (has 391,993 domains)
NS2.HOVER.COM (has 391,993 domains)
   
 
IP Address    205.186.155.204 - 6 other sites hosted on this server    
 
IP Location    United States - California - Culver City - Media Temple Inc.
ASN    United States AS31815 MEDIATEMPLE - Media Temple, Inc., US (registered Dec 30, 2003)
Domain Status    Registered And Active Website
Whois History    48 records have been archived since 2007-09-23    
 
IP History    13 changes on 10 unique IP addresses over 11 years    
 
Registrar History    3 registrars with 1 drop    
 
Hosting History    9 changes on 9 unique name servers over 11 years    
 
Whois Server    whois.tucows.com
Website
Website Title      Colenz - The Ultimate Enema Kit    
 
Server Type    Apache/2.2.22 (Ubuntu)
Response Code    200
SEO Score    84%    
Terms    117 (Unique: 85, Linked: 20)
Images    4 (Alt tags missing: 0)
Links    14   (Internal: 11, Outbound: 1)
Whois Record ( last updated on 2016-08-13 )
Domain Name: COLENZ.COM
Domain ID: 165934915_DOMAIN_COM-VRSN
Registrar WHOIS Server: whois.tucows.com
Registrar URL: http://tucowsdomains.com
Updated Date: 2011-11-16T20:24:51Z
Creation Date: 2005-06-05T00:19:19Z
Registrar Registration Expiration Date: 2017-06-05T00:19:19Z
Sponsoring Registrar: TUCOWS, INC.
Sponsoring Registrar IANA ID: 69
Registrar Abuse Contact Email:
Registrar Abuse Contact Phone: +1.4165350123
Reseller: Hover
Domain Status: clientTransferProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientTransferProhibited
Domain Status: clientUpdateProhibited https://icann.org/epp#clientUpdateProhibited
Registry Registrant ID:
Registrant Name: Contact Privacy Inc. Customer 0129425433
Registrant Organization: Contact Privacy Inc. Customer 0129425433
Registrant Street: 96 Mowat Ave
Registrant City: Toronto
Registrant State/Province: ON
Registrant Postal Code: M6K 3M1
Registrant Country: CA
Registrant Phone: +1.4165385457
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax:
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email:
Registry Admin ID:
Admin Name: Contact Privacy Inc. Customer 0129425433
Admin Organization: Contact Privacy Inc. Customer 0129425433
Admin Street: 96 Mowat Ave
Admin City: Toronto
Admin State/Province: ON
Admin Postal Code: M6K 3M1
Admin Country: CA
Admin Phone: +1.4165385457
Admin Phone Ext:
Admin Fax:
Admin Fax Ext:
Admin Email:
Registry Tech ID:
Tech Name: Contact Privacy Inc. Customer 0129425433
Tech Organization: Contact Privacy Inc. Customer 0129425433
Tech Street: 96 Mowat Ave
Tech City: Toronto
Tech State/Province: ON
Tech Postal Code: M6K 3M1
Tech Country: CA
Tech Phone: +1.4165385457
Tech Phone Ext:
Tech Fax:
Tech Fax Ext:
Tech Email:
Name Server: NS1.HOVER.COM
Name Server: NS2.HOVER.COM
DNSSEC: unsigned
URL of the ICANN WHOIS Data Problem Reporting System: http://wdprs.internic.net/
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Which serious company would hide their real address? NO ONE!

NEVER!


So, this "Colenz" company is another gang project by Dewayne Lee Smith? No, it was run by an older guy from there. Utah is snake oil country and full of gangsters.

A look deeper in the web archive reveals another name for the company: "© 1995 - 2006 Ultimate Concepts, Inc"

http://web.archive.org/web/20060428022023/http://www.colenz.com/

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For the most comfortable cleanse, choose Colenz.

Introducing a Class 1 non-prescription, FDA registered, client operated colon cleansing device. No Medical Director required. This revolutionary colon cleanser is so easy to use and so comfortable, your clients can do it themselves! You provide the facility, equipment and supervision, they do the rest. We carry the best and least expensive floor method water purification system available. We also have a counter-top version and a fluoride eliminating version. You’ll love your Colenz.
      
Privacy & Legal  |  Terms of Use  |  Website by Media League
© 1995 - 2006 Ultimate Concepts, Inc.  All Rights Reserved.
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With this one can go on searching.
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ama

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Colenz is not safe!
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2016, 09:42:12 AM »

The "Colenz" shit machine is sold and advertised as being safe.

But it is not!

http://www.casewatch.org/civil/imani/complaint.shtml

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Your Guide to Health-Related Legal Matters

Michael Imani Sued for Perforating Patient's Colon

Stephen Barrett, M.D.

   In 2013, Michael K. Imani, co-owner and clinical director of the Niles Wellness Center in Atlanta, Georgia, was sued by a man whose large intestine (colon) was perforated during administration of colonic irrigation with a Colenz device at Imani's clinic. The plaintiff, who has Parkinson's disease, consulted Imani for help with constipation and underwent two colonic irrigation treatments at Imani's office. The amended complaint (shown below) charged that:

        During the second procedure, the plaintiff felt bloated and became increasingly uncomfortable. After he arrived home, the pain became unbearable and he called 911 and was transported by ambulance to a local hospital, where he was diagnosed with perforated colon and underwent emergency surgery that left him with a colostomy and required a lengthly period of rehabilitation.
        Imani violated Georgia's Fair Business Practices Act by (a) advertising deceptively; (b) falsely representing that the clinic's equipment was FDA-approved, certified and/or registered; (c) making false representations about the benefits and safety of colon hydrotherapy.
        Imani improperly referred to himself as "Dr. Imani" based on a "Ph.D. in clinical hypnosis" from a nonaccredited correspondence school.
        Imani improperly referred to himself "board certified" based on certification procedures that "were not awarded as a result of any expertise or his clinical excellence" and "were simply for sale to anyone."
        Imani had been grossly negligent by failing to adequately respond when the plaintiff's life was in danger.

    During his deposition, Imani testified that 20,000 irrigations had been done at his clinic and that he had undergone the procedure about 150 times. The suit was settled in 2014 with payment of an undisclosed sum.

    Note: To protect the patient's privacy, "the plaintiff" has been substituted for each mention of his name in the complaint.

IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF FULTON COUNTY
STATE OF GEORGIA
(Name withheld by Request)

        Plaintiff,

v.

MICHAEL K. IMANI, individually, and THE
NILE WELLNESS CENTER, INC.,

        Defendants.

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CIVIL ACTION

FILE NO.: 2013CV236705


JURY TRIAL DEMANDED

Filed May 13, 2014
AMENDED COMPLAINT

COMES NOW the plaintiff, and as his Amended Complaint against Defendants Michael K. Imani ("Imani") and The Nile Wellness Center, Inc. ("Nile," collectively the"Defendants"), respectfully shows the Court as follows:
P ARTIES, JURISDICTION AND VENUE

1.

The plaintiff is a Georgia citizen and resident of Fulton County, Georgia.

2.

Nile is a profit corporation and may be served with process upon its registered agent, Deborah Imani, at its registered address located at 170 Boulevard SE, #A210, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia 30312 or upon its managing agent, Imani, at the address below.

3.

Imani is a Fulton County resident and may be served with process at 221 16th Street, N.W., Apt. 6, Atlanta, Georgia 30363-1007. Upon information and belief, Imani is a shareholder, officer, director, and primary operator of Nile.

4.

Jurisdiction is appropriate in this Court because Nile is a Georgia corporation and Imani is a Georgia resident.

5.

Venue is appropriate in this Court because Nile maintains its registered agent and principal place of business in Fulton County, Imani is a resident of Fulton County and the events which give rise to this Complaint occurred in Fulton County, Georgia.
STATEMENT OF THE CASE

6.

The plaintiff suffers from Parkinson's disease, which is a progressive, non-curable neurological disorder causing both motor and non-motor dysfunction and/or symptoms.

7.

One of the more problematic non-motor symptoms of Parkinson's burdening the plaintiff is, and has been, chronic constipation.

8.

In early June of 2012, the plaintiff began to think about exploring treatment options in the Atlanta area which would ameliorate this symptom.

9.

The plaintiff had remotely heard of a procedure known as colon hydrotherapy, but knew nothing about it other than it was supposed to be akin to an enema.

10.

On or about June 11, 2012, the plaintiff's discomfort became especially bothersome, so he decided to look for persons in Atlanta who provided such a service. He read portions of the web sites of two or three different service providers before he came across Nile's website, www.nilewellnesscenter.com (the "Website"). The Website stated that the Defendants were"digestive care experts" and had been voted "Best in Atlanta."

11.

Since he knew so little about colon hydrotherapy (also known as "colonic hydrotherapy" or simply as a "colonic"), the plaintiff wanted to assure himself, above all else, that the procedure was safe and that the individual administering and supervising the procedure possessed exemplary knowledge, skill, qualifications and experience.

12.

He read several sections of the Website, including the "Frequently Asked Questions" section (the "FAQ"). The answers to many of the questions posed in such section consistently represented, in no uncertain terms, that the procedure was absolutely safe (collectively, the "Safety Assurances"). Most of the Safety Assurances are listed below:

    '"ls Colon Hydrotherapy Safe? Absolutely . . ."

    "Colon hydrotherapy is the safe and gentle infusion of . . ."

    "Colon hydrotherapy is a safe, effective method . . ."

    “The most anyone will feel is the natural urge to have a bowel movement."

    "Professionally administered colon hydrotherapy is safe."

    "Can I continue my regular activities after a cleanse? Absolutely. You can work just as you did after a regular bowel movement."

    "Yon are able to resume normal activity after your cleanse at the Nile Wellness Center because with the newer devices we use, we are able to ensure that the water is out of your system, which allows you to continue through the remainder of the day."

The Safety Assurances were material to the plaintiff. He relied upon them and they induced the plaintiff to purchase two (2) colonic hydrotherapy treatments from the Defendants.

13.

In addition to the Safety Assurances, the plaintiff's decision to purchase the colonic treatments was bolstered by Imani's impressive personal credentials set forth in the Website and by the fact that Nile claimed to have been voted "Best in Atlanta" as recently as 2012. In reality, many of such claims were false or, at a minimum, deceptive and misleading, and used for the sole purpose of inducing the plaintiff and other potential clients to purchase services offered by the Defendants.

14.

For example, Imani repeatedly referred to himself as a "doctor" or "Dr." throughout the Website and he claimed to have worked in Mind/Body Medicine since 1997. By making so many references to the title, "Dr. Imani", coupled with his utilization of the terms medicine, medical, and other terms and phrases throughout, Imani intended to give the impression to Website readers that he possessed superior knowledge and education in the field of medicine and health care. In fact, this is not the case.

15.

While Dr. Imani does claim to hold a PhD, upon information and belief, Imani's doctorate degree is not in the medical field but in Clinical Hypnosis. Upon information and belief, there are no accredited academic institutions in the United States offering such degrees. In fact, US institutions awarding doctorate degrees in "Clinical Hypnosis" are commonly referred to as "degree mills" because they offer bogus academic degrees for a fee. Accordingly, Imani's repeated use of the term "Dr." coupled with his concealment of the nature of his PhD was deceptive and was done for the purpose of inducing consumers, like the plaintiff, to purchase colonic services.

16.

The Website stated that Imani was a Board Certified Alternative Medicine Practitioner through the AAMA and that he was also a "Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner through the American Association of Drugless Practitioners." It is an honor when physicians become "Board Certified," as it connotes, to their peers and the public, that they possess exceptional clinical judgment, skills and attributes essential for the delivery of excellent patient care within their specialty. Upon information and belief, the "Board Certified" titles that Imani claims to hold are not awarded as a result of any expertise or his clinical excellence; instead, such titles were simply for sale to anyone. Imani's reference to the bogus certifications was deceptive and for the sole purpose of further inducing Website visitors, including the plaintiff, to buy colonic services from the Defendants.

17.

Finally, the Defendants' claim that Nile was voted "Best in Atlanta" is, on information and belief, also deceptive as it is not the product of legitimate consumer voting but simply a promotional campaign.

18.

In reliance upon (1) Defendants' repeated Safety Assurances, (2) the representations in the Website as to Imani's credentials, education and expertise; and (3) the fact that Nile was voted "Best in Atlanta," the plaintiff purchased two colonic hydrotherapy procedures from Defendants.

19.

Unbeknownst to the plaintiff, colon hydrotherapy was not safe. Colon hydrotherapy treatments have in fact caused serious injuries, conditions and deaths.

20.

The plaintiff's first procedure was in mid-June 2012 and passed without incident.

21.

On or about July 9, 2012, the plaintiff underwent his second colonic treatment. Just prior to the end of the treatment, the plaintiff began to feel very bloated.

22.

The plaintiff immediately cut off the water flow. A minute or two later, Imani came into to the room to inform the plaintiff that the procedure was completed.

23.

The plaintiff told Imani that he was feeling bloated and very uncomfortable.

24.

Without asking any follow-up questions or making any attempt to examine the plaintiff, Imani said the cause of his discomfort was simply stool and water still lodged in his colon. Imani told the plaintiff to get dressed and walk around the office for a couple of minutes, explaining that doing so would cause an evacuation of his bowels which would, in turn, eliminate his pain and discomfort,

25.

the plaintiff followed Imani's instructions, but the pain and bloatedness did not subside.

26.

A few minutes later, Imani told the plaintiff it was closing time and the plaintiff had to leave the office even though he was still in considerable pain. As the plaintiff was leaving, Imani smirked and commented that he hoped the plaintiff would not "mess-up" his vehicle on the way home.

27.

At no point did Imani inform the plaintiff that he could be suffering from a serious injury, nor did he direct the plaintiff to seek medical attention if the pain did not subside.

28.

The plaintiff's pain intensified during his drive home. He collapsed as soon as he got inside his house and was in unbearable pain for an extended period of time. the plaintiff called 911 for emergency assistance and was transported via ambulance to Piedmont Hospital.

29.

After numerous tests, the attending emergency room physician at Piedmont Hospital informed the plaintiff that his colon was perforated, that it could be life threatening, and that he needed immediate emergency surgery to repair the same.

30.

Joseph Mareno, M.D., the on-call colorectal surgeon, was notified to come to the hospital to perform the surgery. Within an hour or so after Dr. Mareno's arrival, the plaintiff underwent emergency surgery to repair the perforated colon which was caused by the allegedly "absolutely safe" colon hydrotherapy and to remove the toxicity in his abdomen which had escaped therefrom.

31.

As a part of the procedure, Dr. Mareno created a colostomy in the plaintiff's abdomen. A colostomy is a procedure that brings one end of the colon out through an approximate 1.5 inch hole in the abdominal wall. The colon is then is affixed to the abdomen with sutures. Once the colostomy portion of the surgery was completed, bowel movements would no longer exit through the plaintiff's rectum, but would instead exit into a colostomy bag which was attached to the outside of his abdomen.

32.

Following surgery, the plaintiff was told that, assuming he recovered, he would have one of two options with respect to the colostomy. He could live with the colostomy for the remainder of his life or he could undergo colostomy reversal surgery in two to six months. Colostomy reversal surgery is major surgery which is accompanied by high mortality and morbidity rates.

33.

The plaintiff remained in Piedmont Hospital for six days and suffered severe pain during his stay.

34.

Upon being released, the plaintiff had to endure the indignity of continuously wearing, cleaning, and changing his colostomy bag. He was also in significant pain.

35.

The plaintiff did not want to wear a colostomy bag any more than he had to so, on September 4, 2012, he underwent colostomy reversal surgery performed by Dr. Stephen Cohen, a colorectal surgeon at Southern Regional Medical Center in Riverdale, Georgia. To avoid the risk of abdominal infection the surgical wound had to be closed by "secondary intention," a procedure in which the wound is left open to close naturally. Due to this and other complications, the plaintiff was forced to remain in the hospital for twelve days. The reversal surgery left the plaintiff in a very weak and frail condition.

36.

Following his release from the Southern Regional Hospital, the plaintiff had to hire private caretakers to provide around-the-clock assistance because he was unable to care for himself. He also had to hire in-home nurses who came daily to clean his surgical wounds, change the dressings and repack the open wounds with gauze until they healed sufficiently enough to assure there would be no infection. When the wound finally healed, the plaintiff was left with an eight to nine inch ugly, gnarly, scar on his abdomen which measured over one-half inch wide in places.

37.

In an attempt to ameliorate his scaring, the plaintiff underwent cosmetic surgery performed by Dr. Diane Alexander at Northside Hospital on February 14,2013. The surgery was somewhat successful, but the scar is still clearly visible and will remain that way, and serve as a reminder of the incident for the rest of his life.

38.

In total, the plaintiff spent eighteen days in the hospital for multiple surgeries, and his medical bills were over $175,000.00 as a result of the injuries caused by the Defendants' colonic treatment, which Defendants represented to be "absolutely" safe. The damage that the "absolutely" safe colon hydrotherapy procedure inflicted upon him is particularly tragic given the progressive nature of Parkinson's disease which will never permit the plaintiff to return to the lifestyle and quality of life he was experiencing on July 8, 2012. In essence, almost an entire year of the plaintiff's quality of life was taken as a result of the Defendants' deceptive Safety Assurances and the misrepresentation regarding the credentials held by Imani.

39.

the plaintiff brings this action for violation of the Fair Business Practices Act, O.C.G.A. §§ 10-1-390 et. seq., fraud, negligent misrepresentation, negligence and attorneys' fees, and for such other and further relief as the COURT deems proper.
COUNT ONE
(VIOLATION OF THE FAIR BUSINESS PRACTICES ACT)

40.

the plaintiff realleges and incorporates herein by reference each paragraph above as if fully set forth herein.

41.

Defendants are now, and have been for a period of time, engaged in consumer transactions or consumer acts or practices in the conduct of trade or commerce in part or wholly within the State of Georgia, as defined in O.C.G.A. § 10-1-392.

42.

Defendants have used, and are using, unfair or deceptive acts or practices in the conduct of consumer transaction and consumer acts or practices in trade of commerce as declared unlawful by O.C.G.A. § 10-1-393.

43.

Specifically, Defendants have knowingly and intentionally deceptively advertised, promoted, and solicited business via the internet (through the Website) in violation of O.C.G.A. §§ 10-1-393(a), (b)(2), (b)(3), (b)(5), (b)(7), (b)(9) by making the Safety Assurances, which they knew or should have known were false and misleading.

44.

The Defendants also violated the Fair Business Practices Act by making false and deceptive representations regarding Imani's expertise and credentials and marketing Nile as having being voted and awarded "Best in Atlanta 2012" when in fact, upon information and belief, such award was not the result of any legitimate consumer voting.

45.

The Defendants also violated the Fair Business Practices Act by representing that the equipment at Nile is FDA approved, certified and/or registered which Defendants knew or should have known was false and misleading.

46.

The plaintiff relied on the deceptive representations to his detriment.

47.

Such action constitutes unfair and deceptive acts and practices within the meaning of O.C.G.A. § 10-1-393 because (1) said representations were false, intentional, and misleading; and (2) said representations were designed to mislead and fraudulently induce the plaintiff and individuals like the plaintiff into purchasing colonic treatments.

48.

The Defendants have also violated O.C.G.A. §§ 10-1-393(b)(2) and 10-1-393(b)(5) by: (1) representing that the equipment at Nile is FDA approved, certified and/or registered; (2) representing that the services the Defendants sold have characteristics, uses and benefits that they do not have; and (3) marketing the equipment at Nile in a manner which is inconsistent with its FDA classification.

49.

All conditions precedent to bringing this claim, and the relief sought herein, have occurred including a written demand for relief from the plaintiff to the Defendants which was delivered more than thirty (30) days prior to the filing of this action. The Defendants did not respond to this demand.

50.

Defendants' violations of the Fair Business Practices Act are egregious and intentional. Accordingly, under O.C.G.A. §10-1-399(a) the plaintiff is entitled to, and seeks, his actual damages, attorneys' fees, treble damages, and punitive damages. The plaintiff is also entitled to, and seeks, punitive damages pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 51-12-5.1.
COUNT TWO
(FRAUD)

51.

The plaintiff realleges and incorporates herein by reference each paragraph above as if fully set forth herein.

52.

Defendants made false representations regarding the safety of the colonic hydrotherapy. Defendants also made false and/or deceptive representations concerning Imani's experience and credentials and that Nile was voted "Best in Atlanta 2012." The Defendants also made false and/or deceptive representations that the colon hydrotherapy equipment used at Nile was FDA approved, certified and/or registered. The Defendants also misrepresented that the services sold at Nile had characteristics, uses and benefits that it did not have.

53.

Defendants made these representations with the knowledge that they were false and/or deceptive and with the intent to induce the plaintiff, and others like him, to purchase services from the Defendants.

54.

The plaintiff justifiably relied on the representations and purchased services from the Defendants.

55.

Defendants' actions proximately caused the plaintiff's damages.

56.

The plaintiff is entitled to, and seeks, punitive damages from the Defendants pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 51-12-5.1 as a result of the Defendants' fraud.
COUNT THREE
(NEGLIGENT MISREPRESENTATION)

57.

The plaintiff realleges and incorporates herein by reference each paragraph above as if fully set forth herein.

58.

Defendants made false representations regarding the safety of the colonic hydrotherapy.

Defendants also made false and/or deceptive representations concerning Imani's experience and credentials and that Nile was voted "Best in Atlanta 2012." Defendants also made false and/or deceptive representations that the colon hydrotherapy equipment used at Nile was FDA approved, certified and/or registered. The Defendants also falsely represented that the services sold at Nile had characteristics, uses and benefits that it did not have.

59.

Defendants negligently made these representations with the intent to induce the plaintiff, and others like him, to purchase service from the Defendants.

60.

The plaintiff justifiably relied on the representations and purchased services from the Defendants.

61.

Defendants' actions proximately caused The plaintiff's damages.
COUNT FOUR
(NEGLIGENCE)

62.

The plaintiff realleges and incorporates herein by reference each paragraph above as if fully set forth herein.

63.

The Defendants engaged in gross negligence and/or negligent conduct which proximately caused the plaintiff's injuries.

64.

The Defendants' gross negligence and/or negligence included, but was not limited to, (a) misrepresenting the safety of colon hydrotherapy; (b) failing to adequately disclose the true dangers of colon hydrotherapy; (c) allowing the plaintiff to self-administer the procedure; (d) allowing the plaintiff to receive the colon hydrotherapy given the fact that he suffers from Parkinson's disease which increased the likelihood that the plaintiff would have been injured by the colon hydrotherapy; and (e) failing to adequately respond when the plaintiff's life was in danger.

65.

The plaintiff suffered damages as a result.
COUNT FIVE
(ATTORNEYS' FEES)

66.

The plaintiff realleges and incorporates herein by reference each paragraph above as if fully set forth herein.

67.

By engaging in the conduct described in this Complaint, Defendants have acted in bad faith, have been stubbornly litigious and have caused the plaintiff unnecessary trouble and expense, entitling the plaintiff to recover its attorneys' fees and/or litigation expenses actually incurred pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 13-6-11.

68.

Accordingly, in addition to any right to attorney's fees he has under the FBPA, the plaintiff is entitled to his expenses of litigation and attorneys' fees pursuant to O.C.G.A. § 13-6-11.

WHEREFORE, the plaintiff respectfully prays for the following relief:

    (a) That the plaintiff be awarded actual, treble, punitive damages, and attorneys' fees for Defendants' violation of the Fair Business Practices Act;

    (b) That the plaintiff be awarded compensatory and punitive damages for Defendants' fraudulent conduct;

    (c) That the plaintiff be awarded compensatory damages on his claim for negligence;

    (d) That the plaintiff be awarded punitive damages in an amount to be proven at trial on all counts asserted herein where punitive damages are recoverable;

    (e) That the plaintiff be awarded attorneys' fees and/or litigation expenses actually incurred in this action; and

    (f) That the plaintiff be awarded all other and further relief that this Court deems just and
    equitable under the circumstances.

PLAINTIFF DEMANDS A JURY TRIAL

Respectfully submitted this 13th day of May 2014

________________________
Greg F. Hanley
Georgia Bar No. 32681
Jenn E. Ziemann
Georgia Bar No. 26428
gharley@burr.com
jziemann@burr.com

Attorney for Plaintiff

BURR & FORMAN LLP
171 Seventeenth Street, Suite 11 \00
Atlanta, GA 30363
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Re: Eldon L. Lowder and the fecal fetishism in Utah (and the whole USA)
« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2016, 03:43:09 PM »

There is a dual existence.


https://bizstanding.com/directory/UT/CO/194/

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COLENZ WELLNESS, INC

Registration:Oct 6, 2014

State ID:9182683-0142

Business type:Corporation - Domestic - Profit

Agent:E Bryan Poulsen
5066 W Crimson Patch Wy, Herriman, UT 84096 (Physical)

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COLENZ (trademark)

Riverton, UT
COLENZ

Registration:Sep 8, 2005

State ID:78709215

Reg. number:3181989

Status:702 - SECTION 8 & 15-ACCEPTED AND ACKNOWLEDGED

Status date:Jun 18, 2013

Illustration:4000

Attorney:Garron M. Hobson

Employee:Tonja M Gaskins

Goods & Services:Enema kits containing enema apparatus and enema preparations sold together as a unit for home and professional use, COLONS

Owners (2):
Colenz, Inc, 5526 W. 13400 #213, Riverton, UT 84065
Ultimate Concepts, Inc, 5526 West 13400 South, # 213, Riverton, UT 84065

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Is it not "Crimson Patch Wy" but "Crimson Patch Way":

Agent: E Bryan Poulsen
5066 W Crimson Patch Way, Herriman, UT 84096 (Physical)



TWO companies? At the same address?



http://web.archive.org/web/20060504014258/http://www.colenz.com/contact_us.php

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For some funny reasons a data grabber sorted the Lowder shit machines company as "farm machinery":

http://www.utah-webbusiness.com/company-ultimate-concepts_93220

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Ultimate Concepts (inactive)

5056 Crimson Patch Way, Riverton, UT 84096

Industry: Mfg Farm Machinery/Equipment

Phone:(801) 566-3241

Member:Eldon L. Lowder (Owner, inactive)
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Eldon L. Lowder is associated with 3 patents. Their history was not under a good sun.

http://www.patentgenius.com/inventedby/LowderEldonLSandyUT.html

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Inventor:
Lowder; Eldon L.
Address:
Sandy, UT
No. of patents:
3
Patents:

Patent Number    Title Of Patent    Date Issued

D282781    Colonic irrigation board    February 25, 1986

5951511    Colon cleansing apparatus and method    September 14, 1999
A colon cleansing apparatus and method for use thereof for introduction of water into a person's colon to flush out fecal matter. The apparatus is used with a standard colon irrigation unit having a board on which a user sits and a splash shield which holds a disposable tip for introduci

4645497    Colonic irrigation board    February 24, 1987
A one piece colonic irrigation board having a generally elongate support table with a width and length which allows a person to lie comfortably thereon. The table includes an opening at a rear end thereof and a catch basin formed over the opening for receiving and directing downwardly fe
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Shit-machine inventor Eldon L. Lowder  did not do very well, despite he grew very old. At the bottom of the following piece of proof you see the end of the patent in 2011: fee not paid...

https://www.google.com/patents/US5951511

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Patents
Publication number   US5951511 A
Publication type   Grant
Application number   US 09/033,330
Publication date   Sep 14, 1999
Filing date   Mar 2, 1998
Priority date   Mar 2, 1998
Fee status   Lapsed
Inventors   Eldon L. Lowder
Original Assignee   Lowder; Eldon L.
Export Citation   BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
Patent Citations (13), Referenced by (11), Classifications (10), Legal Events (8)
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Colon cleansing apparatus and method
US 5951511 A
Abstract
A colon cleansing apparatus and method for use thereof for introduction of water into a person's colon to flush out fecal matter. The apparatus is used with a standard colon irrigation unit having a board on which a user sits and a splash shield which holds a disposable tip for introducing water into a user's rectum and which directs water expelled from the rectum through an opening through the board into a toilet. The apparatus replaces the toilet by supporting the irrigation unit on an elevated table top above a drain basin having a drain opening leading to the sewage pipes. Water from elevated warm and cold water tanks flows through tubes into a main tube attached to the tip with a valve midway along each of the pair to blend the water entering the main tube to a desired temperature. A spray of water directed at the drain opening prevents sewage pipe clogs by breaking up expelled fecal matter. A spray washing system self-cleaning the drain basin during use. A flushing system sends a large volume of water into the drain basin to flush remaining fecal matter from the drain basin and a fan exhausts lingering odors into the sewage pipe. A hand sprayer allows cleaning of the user and the apparatus and an ozone generator provides ozone to add to the water and to a water-filled sterilization chamber to disinfect the main tube following use.
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Claims(21)
I claim:
1. A colon cleansing apparatus for connection to hot and cold water supply pipes and to a sewer pipe, the apparatus used in conjunction with a colon cleansing unit of the type having an conjunction with a colon cleansing unit of the type having an elongate support surface with an outlet opening therein, comprising:
a support structure having basin with a drain outlet therein and adapted to support the colon cleansing unit above said basin;
a water tank supported by said support structure at a vertical height above said basin and the cleansing unit;
filling means adapted to be connected to a water supply pipe and to said tank and adapted for filling said tank with water;
delivery means adapted to allow selective movement of water from said water tank to the colon cleansing unit for introduction through the rectum into the colon of a person to dislodge matter therein, which water with dislodged matter is expelled from the rectum into the opening in the colon irrigation unit into said basin; and
drainage means connected to said basin at said drain and adapted to connect to the sewer pipe for moving the expelled water and matter from said basin into the sewer pipe.
2. A colon cleansing apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the filling means automatically refills the water tank to a predetermined level upon draining of any water therefrom.
3. A colon cleansing apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the filling means is adapted to be connected to both the hot and cold water supply pipes and further comprises thermostatically controlled blending means for mixing the water from the hot and cold water supply pipes to deliver water to the water tank at a predetermined temperature.
4. A colon cleansing apparatus according to claim 3, further comprising:
a second water tank;
wherein the filling means is adapted to fill said second tank with cold water; and
the delivery means is adapted to allow selective movement of water from one or both of said tanks to the colon cleansing unit for introduction through the rectum into the colon of a person.
5. A colon cleansing apparatus according to claim 4, further comprising flushing means connected to each of the water tanks and adapted to allow selective rapid draining of one or both tanks into the basin.
6. A colon cleansing apparatus according to claim 3, wherein the blending means prevents scalding water from being delivered to the tank for introduction into the colon of a person.
7. A colon cleansing apparatus according to claim 6, wherein the blending means is a tempering valve.
8. A colon cleansing apparatus according to claim 1, further comprising ozone generating and delivery means adapted to generate and deliver ozone into the water contained in the tank for sterilization of said tank and the water contained therein.
9. A colon cleansing apparatus according to claim 1, further comprising ozone generating and delivery means adapted to generate and deliver ozone into the water delivery means for sterilization thereof.
10. A colon cleansing apparatus according to claim 9, wherein:
the delivery means includes a tube which transports the water to the colon irrigation unit with a free end thereat; and
the ozone generating and delivery means includes a sterilization chamber into which said free end of said tube can be inserted therein and water with ozone bubbled through and around the outside of said free end to sterilize said free end.
11. A colon cleansing apparatus according to claim 1, further including a fan spray means for delivering water from the cold water supply pipe and having a pair of nozzles spraying the water from opposing sides of the basin each in a fan-shaped pattern so as to substantially spray clean said basin and a bottom surface of the colon irrigation unit.
12. A colon cleansing apparatus according to claim 1, wherein:
the drainage means includes a piping means which leads from the drain opening of the basin to the sewer pipe, with said drain opening and a short section of said piping means connected thereto having a smaller cross-sectional area than the remainder of said piping means and the sewer pipe; and
a pressure spray means adapted to connect to the cold water supply pipe to channel water to a nozzle thereof directed at said drain of said basin so as to break up pieces of fecal and other matter too large to fit through said drain opening and said short section into smaller pieces which can pass therethrough.
13. A colon cleansing apparatus according to claim 1, further comprising flushing means connected to the water tank and adapted to allow selective rapid draining of said tank into the basin.
14. A colon cleansing apparatus according to claim 1, further comprising odor exhausting means having a fan which can be selectively turned on and off operatively connected to the basin and to the sewer pipe for exhausting air containing odors from said basin.
15. A colon cleansing apparatus according to claim 14, wherein the odor exhausting means includes trap means which can be selectively filled water and drained of water so as to be drained when said fan is turned on so as to let air pass therethrough and subsequently filled with water when said fan is turned off so as to prohibit odors from exiting from the sewer pipe.
16. A colon cleansing apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the drainage means includes trap means which fills with water drained thereinto so as to prohibit odors from exiting from the sewer pipe into the basin.
17. A method of cleaning and sterilizing a colon cleansing apparatus of the type having a water delivery means including a tube having a free end for delivering water from a water source through a person's rectum into their colon, the apparatus for use with a separate colon irrigation unit including bottom and an opening through the bottom which water and matter expelled from the person's rectum passes, the apparatus further having a basin positioned below the colon cleansing unit to catch the water and matter and direct it through a drain opening on the basin into a drainage means connected to a sewer pipe, comprising the steps of:
inserting the free end of the tube into a sterilization chamber of the apparatus;
running water through the hose; and
adding ozone from an ozone generator of the apparatus to the water running through the hose into said sterilization chamber and around the outside of the free end so as to sterilize the free end.
18. A method according to claim 17, further comprising the step of rinsing the basin and the bottom of the colon irrigation unit comprising the step of spraying a generally horizontally fan-shaped spray of water from opposite sides of the basin by means of a fan spray system of the apparatus.
19. A method according to claim 17, further comprising the step of breaking up large pieces of expelled matter by spraying a concentrated spray of water at the drain and pieces of matter too large to go down the drain opening and a short section of pipe connected thereto of said drainage system, wherein the drain opening is generally vertically oriented and the short section of pipe and the drain opening are of a smaller cross-sectional area than the remainder of a pipe of the drainage means connected to the sewer pipe.
20. A method according to claim 17, further comprising the step of rinsing the basin by flushing a large volume of water into the basin and down the drain by using a quick flushing system of the apparatus.
21. A method according to claim 17, further comprising the step of removing odors from the basin by turning on an electric fan means which draws air containing odors from the basin, conveys the air with odors into the sewer pipe, and which blocks the return of the air with odors from returning to the basin upon turning off the fan means by trap means therein.
Description
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

1. Field

The invention is in the field of colon cleansing devices and colonic boards or units used to introduce water into a person's colon through the rectum to flush fecal matter and other undesired matter from the colon.

2. State of the Art

Colon irrigation or cleansing as a form of corrective and preventative medicine is not a new development but rather one which has gained in popularity in recent years with the coming of age of natural remedies and holistic medicine. The colon is said to play a major role in a person's overall health with various sections thereof interactive with and affecting various parts of a person's anatomy. Colon cleansing is used to flush fecal matter, parasites, excess colon mucus and other unwanted matter from the colon so as to improve a person's health. Such cleansing is typically done periodically by users thereof.

The typical way that colon cleansing was done in the past was by positioning ones-self over a toilet and introducing water into the colon by means of a tube having an insertion proctle, speculum, or tip which was inserted into the person's rectum which tube was connected at the opposite end thereof to an elevated container containing water. Such method was messy with typically poor control of the water flow rate with some of the water with fecal matter exiting the rectum typically missing the toilet bowl and flowing onto the floor. Likewise, the tip was predisposed to fall from the rectum due to the generally vertical position of the person. Only a single temperature of water could be used without refilling the container such that introducing cold water after the warm water typically used so as to determine the extent of the water flow into the colon was difficult.

More recently, in an effort to improve on the colon cleansing process colon irrigation boards have been introduced which are typically flat and of such area as to partially support an adult person thereon with an opening over which a box-like shield is disposed to aid in directing the water and fecal matter outflow from the person's rectum into the opening. The board unit is supported at the end having the opening by the toilet and at the opposite end thereof by a box, chair, or the like. A person positions themself on the board in a reclining position with their rectum adjacent the opening therein and introducing water into the colon by means of the insertion tip into the rectum and connected at the other end thereof to an elevated container containing water as done above. In such a reclining position the flow of water into and out of the rectum is more controllable with the water and fecal matter more likely to go into the toilet due to the box-like shield. However, such colon irrigation boards are typically uncomfortable and lack a downhill drainage route for water and fecal matter which inevitably is splashed on the upper surface of the board to drain into the opening.

Such inadequacies led to the development and patenting of a colon irrigation unit similar to a colon irrigation board but with improved draining and splash shielding by the present inventor. This is U.S. Pat. No. 4,645,497 issued to Lowder which discloses a colon irrigation unit which has an opening at one end thereof with an arcuate shield disposed over the opening so as to form a generally vertically oriented opening leading into the toilet. A vertical sidewall extends laterally from each side of the shield and opening to aid in directing water and fecal matter into the opening. The upper surface of the unit slopes inwardly toward the center thereof and from the head end thereof to the opening with an upstanding lip around the perimeter thereof so as to retain and direct water and fecal matter into the opening away from the user. A tube extends through the shield and out through the opening to aid in positioning and retaining the hose and tip which deliver water to the person's rectum. While the colon irrigation unit provides improved fluid retention and direction toward the opening the unit must be used in conjunction with a toilet and be manually cleaned after each use, such that it is not well suited for use with a toilet in a professional setting such as by a doctor wherein multiple persons use it each day.

Even with the improvements in the colon irrigation unit mentioned, the separate elevated container and tubing apparatus used with the colonic irrigation unit is basically the same as has been used for years. A colon irrigation apparatus and method is needed for use by doctors and other professionals which is easily cleanable for consecutive use by multiple persons, has no odor emitted therefrom, with improved sanitation to prevent cross-contamination of users thereof, and which does not rely on the use of a standard toilet.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

In accordance with the invention, a colon cleansing apparatus and method for use thereof for professional, high-volume usage with a colon irrigation unit. The apparatus comprises an elongate elevated table of sufficient length to fully support an adult person thereon which table is supported by adjustable length legs which can be adjusted to level the colon cleansing apparatus such as on an uneven floor. A sloped basin is built into the table top with a supporting horizontal lip around the perimeter thereof to support a colon irrigation unit. A cabinet enclosed on three sides thereof extends upwardly from one end of the table at the deeper end of the sloped basin which cabinet supports a pair of tanks for warm and cold water, an ozone generator, control valves, piping, and tubing all of which are accessible from the rear thereof.

The apparatus has a warm and cold water introduction system wherein water is fed by means of a single main tube to the colon irrigation unit to be introduced through a disposable proctle or tip attached thereto into the rectum and colon of the user. The water comes from a warm and a cold water tank each mounted to the upper portion of the cabinet in an elevated position relative to the table and colon irrigation unit to gravity feed the water through the main tube and tip and to the rectum of the user. Water is introduced into the warm water tank through a tempering valve operatively connected to both hot and cold water supply pipes with flow thereto controlled by means of a standard toilet flush valve. The tempering valve is thermostat controlled and can be set to a desired temperature and automatically blends the hot and cold water to attain the set temperature so as to guarantee scald proof safety to the user which water goes into the warm water tank. Cold water is directly introduced into the cold water tank with the filling thereof controlled by means of a standard toilet flush valve. A pair of manually actuated valves are used to control the flow of water from the warm and cold water tanks into the main tube to the colon irrigation unit for introduction through the tip into the person's colon. Water and fecal matter expelled from the person's rectum is directed into the shielded opening in the colon irrigation unit, into the sloped basin, and out through a drain in the deep end of the basin to a standard sewer pipe.

A pressure spray system is used to assure that the drain and associated plumbing including the sewer pipe do not get clogged by fecal and other matter expelled during the colon cleansing. The system comprises a power nozzle fed by the cold water supply pipe and controlled by a hand actuated valve which power nozzle sprays a high pressure generally horizontal concentrated stream of cold water into the drain of the basin. The opening of the drain is generally vertically oriented and is of a smaller diameter along with a short length of the pipe attached thereto leading to the sewer pipe than the sewer pipes so as to not plug the sewer pipes and easily unclog by hand. The larger pieces of fecal matter are broken up into smaller pieces by the pressure spray so as to pass easily down the sewer pipes. A screen can be placed over the drain at the bottom of the basin to catch all large debris including items which may be of interest to the doctor such as parasites, undigested pills, etc.

An ozone system allows the introduction of ozone into the warm and cold water tanks for equipment sterilization purposes and for therapeutic reasons as prescribed by a doctor and under a doctor's supervision. The system comprises a fan driven ultraviolet ozone generator or other type ozone generator mounted above the warm and cold water tanks which feeds the ozone generated to a four-way hand actuated gang valve. Two of the valves control the flow of ozone bubbled through the warm and cold water tanks so as to sterilize the tanks, valves, and associated tubing. The third and fourth valves control the flow of ozone to the warm water and cold water tubes which connect to the main hose which connects to the tip inserted into the rectum. The main hose can be sterilized after removal of the disposable tip by inserting the end thereof into a water filled sterilization chamber in the cabinet comprising an elongate tube angled downward from horizontal such that ozonated water fed through the hose and into the sterilization chamber sterilizes both the inside and outside of the main tube for next use with a new disposable tip. An overflow pipe leads to an odor trap and into the sewer pipe.

An odor exhausting system is used to remove the odor emitted by the water and fecal matter expelled from the rectum. The system comprises a fan means comprising an electric fan mounted in a fan chamber in the table top under the cabinet which draws air containing unpleasant odors from inside the basin through an inlet positioned above the water level at the shallow end of the basin into the fan chamber and out through the water trap into the sewer pipe. The trap is filled with water during periods of time during which the fan is not used by means of the overflow pipe from the sterilization chamber to the trap below the fan chamber so odors from the sewer line do not back-up into the basin. The fan is operated by means of a manually actuated electrical switch actuated after a manually actuated valve is opened which drains the water from the trap so that air may pass through the trap into the sewer pipe when the fan is on. Upon turning off of the fan the manually actuated valve must be closed to allow the trap to refill with overflow water from the sterilization chamber.

After colon cleansing is completed a hand held sprayer means comprising a hand held sprayer system allows any fecal matter or other matter on the user to be washed into the basin drain along with such matter on the basin or other parts of the cleansing apparatus. The system comprises a hand actuated valved spray head attached to an elongate tube which pulls out from the upper surface of the table and which is connected from the tempering valve through a pressure regulator such that water of a preselected temperature and required pressure can be sprayed from the valved spray head upon hand actuation thereof.

Cleaning of the basin and of the bottom surface of the colon irrigation unit can be done by means of a fan spray washing system which comprises a pair of fan spray nozzles at opposite sides of the basin above the water line intermediate the ends of the basin. Each fan spray nozzle is fed cold water through a tube which is attached to the cold water supply pipe with a manually actuated valve therebetween to control the flow of water with each fan spray nozzle spraying a horizontally wide one hundred eighty degree spray and forty-five degree upwardly directed spray of water onto the walls of the basin and on the bottom surface of the colon irrigation unit while the unit is being used. The use of the fan spray system during colon cleansing also helps control odors while cleaning.

Cleaning of the basin can also be done by means of a flushing system similar to that used in a standard toilet using water in the warm and cold water tanks which has been sterilized with ozone. The system comprises a standard type flush valve disposed in each of the warm and the cold water tanks and a large diameter pipe extending from the bottom of each tank to a respective inlet port on opposite sides of the basin. Upon activation of the flush valve of either or both tanks water enters the upper portion of the basin intermediate the ends thereof through the inlet ports which provide a large volume of water to flush large amounts of fecal matter and other debris down through the drain and into the sewer pipes. The flushing system can be used in conjunction with the fan spray washing system.
THE DRAWINGS

The best mode presently contemplated for carrying out the invention is illustrated in the accompanying drawings, in which:

FIG. 1 is a perspective view of the colon cleansing apparatus of the invention with a colon irrigation unit installed thereon;

FIG. 1A, a fragmentary perspective view corresponding to FIG. 1 but with the colon irrigation unit removed to show the interior of the basin;

FIG. 2, a rear elevational view taken on the line 2--2 of FIG. 4;

FIG. 3, a longitudinal vertical section view taken on the line 3--3 of FIG. 5;

FIG. 4, a fragmentary longitudinal section view taken on the line 4--4 of FIG. 5;

FIG. 5, a bottom plan view of the invention;

FIG. 6, a schematic diagram of the hand sprayer system and the warm and cold water flushing system of the invention;

FIG. 6A, a schematic diagram of the warm and cold water introduction system;

FIG. 7, a schematic diagram showing the odor exhausting system of the invention;

FIG. 8, a schematic diagram showing the fan spray washing system and the pressure spraying system of the invention;

FIG. 9, a schematic diagram showing the ozone with sterilization chamber system of the invention.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE ILLUSTRATED EMBODIMENTS

The colon cleansing apparatus of the invention includes a support structure comprising a table 20 having an top surface 22, side panels 24 and 26, a front end panel 28, a rear end panel 30, and four legs 32, each leg 32 having an threaded upper end 34. Support table 20 may be constructed from wood covered with an appropriate medical grade coating or from metal such as stainless steel or aluminum. A threaded adapter tube 34 is affixed to the ends of the respective side panels 24 and 26 by means appropriate for the material such as adhesives, welding or brazing. Each of legs 32 is connected to one of threaded adapter tubes 35 by means of a threaded coupling 36, and a locknut 38. The effective length of each of legs 32 can be changed by loosening the respective locknut 38 and threading coupling 36 further onto or off of adapter tube 35 and the respective leg 32 relative to coupling 36 and tightening the respective locknut 38 against coupling 36. A basin 40 is built into table top surface 22 which has generally semicircular front wall 42, a larger radius semi-circular rear wall 44, and a bottom wall 46 which downwardly slopes from front wall 42 to rear wall 44 and which has a generally vertically oriented drain 48 at rear wall 44. A peripheral lip 50 extends around basin 40 of sufficient width to support a colon irrigation unit 52.

Colon irrigation unit 52 is an elongate structure of the type described in my U.S. Pat. No. 4,645,497 which comprises a top surface 72, a generally flat bottom surface 74, two side walls 76 and 78, a front end wall 80 and a rear end wall 82 connecting top and bottom surfaces 72 and 74. Top surface 72 is generally flat with a depressed portion 84 surrounded by a lip 86. A generally semi-conical shield 92 upwardly extends from top surface 72 defining a generally vertically oriented opening 94 which leads through bottom wall 74 to the basin 40 therebelow. Depressed portion 84 slopes inwardly toward the center thereof and toward opening 94 so as to direct water and fecal matter into opening 94 and away from the user. Basin 40 provides air separation of the user of the colon cleansing apparatus from direct connection with the drainage means and the sewer pipe such that bacteria and other pathogens are less likely to contaminate the user than if there were a solid connection.

The colon cleansing apparatus support structure further includes a cabinet 110 having a front panel 112, a right side panel 114, and a left side panel 116. Cabinet 110 may be constructed from wood covered with an appropriate medical grade coating or from metal such as stainless steel or aluminum. Cabinet 110 rests on the end of table top surface 22 and is removably held thereto by means of a plurality of bolts 118 which extend through the lower part of side panels 114 and 116 threading into the respective table side panel 24 and 26.

A fluid delivery means comprises a warm and cold water introduction system through which water is fed to the colon irrigation unit 52 for entry through the rectum into a person's colon comprises a warm water tank 130 and a cold water tank 132 attached to the upper end of cabinet 110. Warm water is introduced into warm water tank 130 by means of a blending means comprising a tempering valve 134 connected to cold water by means of a hose 135 attached to a cold water common pipe 137. Cold water common pipe 137 receives cold water from a standard cold water supply pipe (not shown) by means of a hose 139 with a manually actuated valve 140 interposed therebetween. Tempering valve 134 receives hot water to mix with the cold water by means of a hose 141 connected to a hot water common pipe 142 with the water flow regulated by means of a manually actuated valve 143 connected to hot water common pipe 142. Hot water common pipe 142 receives hot water from a standard hot water supply pipe (not shown) by means of a hose 146 connected to manually actuated valve 143.

Tempering valve 134 can be set to a desired warm water temperature for introduction into warm water tank 130 by means of a built in thermostat manually set by a dial 148, typically set between about seventy and one hundred and ten degrees Fahrenheit so as not to scald a person, and which automatically blends the hot and cold water to attain the set temperature. Tempering valve 134 has an anti-scald means built-in such that scalding water cannot be passed through to warm water tank 130. The warm water from tempering valve 134 is fed to warm water tank 130 by means of a hose 150. Cold water is directly fed from cold water common pipe 137 through a manually actuated valve 151 through a hose 152 to cold water tank 132. Warm water from warm water tank 130 is fed through a hose 153 to a pipe 154 having a manually actuated valve 155 for warm water flow control which is attached to a tube 156 extending through cabinet front 112 into a main tube 157. Cold water from cold water tank 132 is fed through a hose 158 to a pipe 159 having a manually actuated valve 160 for cold water flow control which is attached to a tube 161 extending through cabinet front panel 112 into main tube 157. Main tube 157 leads to colon irrigation unit 52 and extends through an aperture 162 through shield 94 of colon irrigation unit 52. Disposable tip 164 fits in the end of main water tube 156 which tip is inserted in the person's rectum for entry of water into the person's colon. Expelled water and fecal matter exit through the person's rectum and are directed through colon irrigation unit opening 94 into basin drain 48 which leads into a standard sewer pipe (not shown) by means of a pipe 168 having a trap means comprising a trap 170 in which water pools so as to prevent odors from emanating from the sewer pipe back into the basin 40.

A pressure spray means comprises a pressure spray system aids in keeping the drainage means leading from drain opening 48 to the sewer pipe from clogging with fecal and other matter. The system comprises a power spray nozzle 190 which is affixed to a humped portion 192 of basin 40. Power spray nozzle 190 is fed cold water from cold water common pipe 137, through a hose 194 having a manually actuated valve 195 to adjust the flow of water therethrough, and through a pipe 196. The concentrated, focused pressure water spray 198 from power spray nozzle 190 is directed generally horizontally into drain 48 which is directly connected to a about two inch long short section 200 of pipe 168, both drain 48 and short section 200 being of which are of a smaller diameter than the rest of pipe 168 and the sewer pipe such that any fecal matter small enough to pass through drain 48 and short section 200 will not go into pipe 168 nor the sewer pipe enabling easy access thereto. Also, pieces of fecal matter initially too large to pass through drain 48 and short section 200 are broken into smaller pieces by water spray 198 such that they can pass through drain 48 and short section 200. A removable screen 202 may be positioned at the bottom of the basin 40 to catch the larger debris which a doctor may find of interest including parasites, undigested pills, etc. An upwardly curved section of 203 may be used in conjunction with power spray nozzle 190 to force fecal and other matter away from basin 40.

An ozone generating and delivery means comprising an ozone system allows the introduction of ozone into the water for sterilization purposes to kill micro-organisms and for therapeutic use upon a doctors prescription and supervision. The system comprises a standard type electrical ozone generator 220 mounted to the upper portion of cabinet 110 above warm and cold water tanks 130 and 132. Ozone generator 220 has an electrical cord 221 with a manually actuated electric switch 222 interposed therein which leads to a main power outlet 223. Main power outlet 223 receives electrical current through a power cord 224 which plugs into a standard power outlet (not shown). A tube 226 extends from ozone generator 220 which conveys ozone to a four-way manually actuated gang valve 228 having individual valves 230, 232, 234, and 236. Connected to valve 230 is a hose 238 which leads to the bottom portion of warm water tank 130 and connected to valve 232 is a hose 240 which leads to the bottom portion of cold water tank 132. By opening valves 230 and 232 ozone is bubbled through the water in warm water tank 130 and through the water in cold water tank 132, respectively, which sterilizes the water therein but also sterilizes the respective tanks 130 and 132. Connected to valve 234 is a hose 242 which connects with warm water pipe 154 and connected to valve 236 is a hose 244 which connects with cold water pipe 159. By opening valve 234 and 236 ozone is mixed with the warm and cold water flowing through tubes 152 and 158, respectively, into main tube 157. The ozone sterilizes pipes 153 and 159, tubes 155, 161, and main tube 157. The introduction of small amounts of ozonated water into the colon is said to kill pathogens and parasites therein and may be done but only under a doctor's prescription and supervision.

The ozone system has a sterilization chamber 260 which is used to sterilize the end portion of main tube 157 after removal of disposable tip 164. Sterilization chamber 260 has a tubular body 262 mounted to cabinet front panel 112 by means of a bracket 263 and extends downwardly through a front panel 112 at an angle thereto and which terminates in a water tight cap 264. Sterilization chamber 260 has an overflow tube 266 attached to the upper end of tubular body 262 and which extends generally parallel thereto. The other end of overflow tube 266 is connected to a pipe 268 having a manually actuated valve 270 and which connects to a pipe 271 which connects with a pipe 272 having a trap means comprising a trap 274 therein where water pools and which connects to pipe 168 to the sewer pipe. Sterilization chamber 260 is operated by removing disposable tip 164 from the end of main tube 157 and inserting the end of main tube 157 into sterilization chamber tubular body 262. Tubular body 262 and overflow tube 266 is then filled with water by manually opening valve 154 and valve 160 to allow water into and through main tube 157 into tubular body 262 and overflow tube 266. Valves 234 and 236 are then manually opened and electrical switch 222 turned on to start ozone generator 220 producing ozone. Ozone bubbles out of the end of main tube 157 along the length thereof in tubular body 262 along the outside so as to sterilize outside as well as the inside surfaces of main tube 157.

An odor exhausting means comprises an odor exhausting system which is used to remove the odor emitted by the expelled water and fecal matter. The system comprises an electric fan 290 mounted within a bowl-shaped fan chamber 292 in the upper surface 22 of table 20 under cabinet 110. Fan 290 is located at a vertical height so as not be in danger of becoming wet. A circular removable fan chamber cover 294 is disposed at the top of fan chamber 292 so as to completely enclose fan chamber 292 and is secured by screws 296. Fan 290 is connected by means of an electrical cord 297 to an electrical box 298 which is connected to main power outlet 223 by means of a power cord 299 with a manually actuated electrical switch 300 inter-posed therebetween to turn on and off fan 290. A hose 302 leads from an air inlet 304 through front wall 42 of basin 40 at a position above the water line (not shown) thereof into fan chamber 292 below fan chamber cover 294. Fan chamber 292 connects with pipe 271 to pipe 272 with trap 274 and connects to pipe 168 leading to the sewer pipe such that when fan 290 is turned on by means of switch 300 odors are drawn from within basin 40 through air inlet 304, hose 302, fan chamber 292, pipe 271, pipe 272 with trap 274, pipe 168 and into the sewer pipe. Trap 274 in pipe 272 prevents odors from emanating from the sewer pipe backwards into basin 40. Water enters trap 274 by means overflow from sterilizing chamber 260 flowing into overflow tube 266, through pipe 268 with manually actuated valve 270, pipe 271, and into pipe 272 with trap 274. A drain pipe 308 having a valve 310 leads from the bottom of trap 274 into pipe 168 connected to the sewer pipe. When fan 290 is not being used valve 310 is closed and the overflow from sterilization chamber 260 fills trap 274 which prevents odors from emanating from the sewer pipe. Just before fan 290 is to be turned on by means of manually actuated electric switch 300 manually actuated valve 310 is opened so as to allow the water in trap 274 to drain such that air can pass through trap 274 and into the sewer pipe.

After colon cleansing is completed a hand held sprayer system allows any fecal or other matter on the user to be cleaned off and washed into basin 40 and down drain 48. Likewise, any fecal or other matter in basin 40 on other parts of the apparatus may be washed down basin drain 48. The sprayer system comprises a hand actuated valved sprayer head 330 which has a tube 332 attached thereto which extends from tempering valve 134 through table top surface 22 with a pressure regulator 333 therebetween. Tempering valve 134 assures that the water emitted from sprayer head 330 is at the same preset temperature as the water in warm water tank 130 so as not to scald a person using the sprayer system and at a lower, usable pressure. In a retracted position tube 332 fully stows under table top surface 22 with sprayer head 330 adjacent thereto. In an extended position tube 332 extends therefrom to reach the desired area to be cleaned.

Cleaning of the basin 40 and of the lower wall 74 of colon irrigation unit 52 can be done by fan spray means comprising a fan spray washing system which includes a pair of fan spray nozzles 340 positioned at opposite sides of basin 40 through bottom wall 46 above the water line intermediate front and rear walls 42 and 44. A pair of hoses 342 and 344 lead from respective fan spray nozzles 340 and 341 to cold water common pipe 137 with a hand actuated valve 346 interposed therebetween. Fan spray nozzles 340 spray a fan-shaped spray the pair of which contact all of basin 40 and the bottom surface 74 of colon irrigation unit 52 such that fecal and other matter thereon is directed through drain 48.

A flush means comprises a warm and cold water flushing system can be used to introduce a large volume of water such as about three gallons to 20 or more similar to that amount flushed in a standard toilet into basin 40 which is particularly useful to flush large quantities of fecal and other matter down drain 48. The system comprises a standard hand activated flush-type valve 360 having a flush handle 362, filling means comprising a float valve 364 to fill up the tank, and a flopper valve disposed in each of warm and cold water tanks 130 and 132 which flopper valves are each connected to large diameter pipes 366 and 368, respectively, leading into basin 40 at opposite sides thereof. Either or both of warm and cold water tanks 130 and 132 can be flushed into basin 40 depending on the volume of water needed to flush basin 40.

Whereas this invention is here illustrated and described with reference to embodiments thereof presently contemplated as the best mode of carrying out such invention in actual practice, it is to be understood that various changes may be made in adapting the invention to different embodiments without departing from the broader inventive concepts disclosed herein and comprehended by the claims that follow.
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Classifications
   
U.S. Classification   604/73, 4/443, 604/322
International Classification   A61M3/02
Cooperative Classification   A61M3/0287, A61M2210/1064, A61M3/0266, A61M2205/3626
European Classification   A61M3/02E, A61M3/02H4


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Mar 20, 2003   SULP   Surcharge for late payment   
Mar 20, 2003   FPAY   Fee payment   
Year of fee payment: 4
Apr 2, 2003   REMI   Maintenance fee reminder mailed   
Mar 13, 2007   FPAY   Fee payment   
Year of fee payment: 8
Apr 18, 2011   REMI   Maintenance fee reminder mailed   
Sep 14, 2011   LAPS   Lapse for failure to pay maintenance fees   
Oct 10, 2011   AS   Assignment   
Owner name: COLENZ, INC., UTAH
Free format text: ASSIGNMENT OF ASSIGNORS INTEREST;ASSIGNOR:LOWDER, ELDON L.;REEL/FRAME:027038/0537
Effective date: 20111007

Nov 1, 2011   FP   Expired due to failure to pay maintenance fee   
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https://www.google.com/patents/US4645497

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Patents
Publication number   US4645497 A
Publication type   Grant
Application number   US 06/812,187
Publication date   Feb 24, 1987
Filing date   Dec 23, 1985
Priority date   Dec 27, 1983
Fee status   Lapsed
Inventors   Eldon L. Lowder
Original Assignee   Lowder Eldon L
Export Citation   BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
Patent Citations (8), Referenced by (5), Classifications (6), Legal Events (3)
External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet
Colonic irrigation board
US 4645497 A
Abstract
A one piece colonic irrigation board having a generally elongate support table with a width and length which allows a person to lie comfortably thereon. The table includes an opening at a rear end thereof and a catch basin formed over the opening for receiving and directing downwardly fecal matter. The catch basin includes side walls disposed on each side of the opening, and a rear/top wall disposed at the rear of the opening to slope upwardly and forwardly over the opening, with the forward edges of the side walls and the rear/top wall defining a generally vertically oriented opening whose lower edge is adjacent to the forward edge of the opening in the table. A tube extends through the rear/top wall of the catch basin and out the generally vertical opening to deliver liquid to the colon of the person lying on the table. The upper surface of the table in front of the opening is formed to slope downwardly and inwardly from the sides and rearwardly into the opening. A lip is formed to project upwardly from the side edges of the board to retain fecal matter and prevent it from running off the edge of the board.
Images(1)
Patent Drawing
 
Claims(6)
What is claimed is:
1. A colonic board comprising
an elongate support table having a width and length which enables a person to lie thereon, said table having an opening at a rear end thereof, the upper surface of the table in front of the opening being formed to slope downwardly and inwardly from the sides, and rearwardly into the opening, said table including an upwardly projecting lip formed at the edges of the table forwardly of the catch basin, to circumscribe the upper surface of the table,
a catch basin formed integrally with the support table at said rear end of the table over the opening for receiving and directing downwardly fecal matter, said catch basin including side walls disposed on each side of the opening, and a rear/top wall disposed at the rear of the opening and sloping substantially its entire length at an acute angle upwardly and forwardly over the opening so as to divert downwardly toward the opening fecal matter which may strike the wall, with the forward edges of side walls and rear/top wall defining a generally vertically oriented opening whose lower edge is adjacent the forward edge of the opening in the table, and
tubular means for delivering liquid to the colon of a person lying on the table.
2. A colonic board as in claim 1 wherein the table and catch basin are made of fiberglass.
3. A colonic board as in claim 1 wherein the tubular means comprises a flexible tube, one end of which is for insertion in a person's rectum and the other end of which is for coupling to a source of liquid, and wherein the rear/top wall of the catch basin includes an opening through which said one end of the tube may be inserted.
4. A colonic board as in claim 3 wherein said tube is closed at said one end and includes an opening in the side of the tube near said one end.
5. A colonic board as in claim 1 wherein said table has a width of about twenty inches or greater.
6. A colonic board as in claim 5 wherein said table is about forty-two inches or greater in length.
Description

This application is a continuation of application Ser. No. 566,034, filed Dec. 27, 1983 abandoned.
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

This invention relates to a colonic irrigation board which is simple to use and easy to clean and maintain.

Colonic boards have been used for some time as a means for self-administering enemas. In addition to the traditional health benefits of enemas, users of colonic boards often times find that periodic colonic irrigations serve to improve general well being and health.

Conventional colonic boards typically consist of an elongate, flat and narrow (about 15 inches in width) boards having and opening at one end over which is fitted a box-like catch basin. A fairly rigid proctal extends through the back of the catch basin from the opening in the front thereof and is connected to an elevated source of water. A person using the colonic board simply lies on the board so that the proctal is inserted into the rectum, and then the water is allowed to flow through the proctal at a rate controlled by the user. Conventional colonic boards, however, are relatively uncomfortable because of the generally flat upper surface and the narrowness thereof. Also, the construction and shape of the catch basin can easily result in fecal matter splashing back onto the board surface and, since the upper surface of the board is generally flat, the fecal matter may flow over the edge of the board.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

It is an object of the invention to provide a colonic irrigation board which is simple in design and yet sturdy in construction.

It is another object of the invention to provide such a colonic irrigation board which may be readily utilized with any toilet.

It is a further object of the invention to provide a colonic irrigation board which is designed to prevent splashing of fecal matter back onto the surface of the board and to guide any fecal matter back into the catch basin and into a toilet or container on which the board is placed.

The above and other objects of the invention are realized in a specific illustrative embodiment thereof which includes an elongate support table having a width and length which enables a person to lie comfortably thereon, with the table having an opening at a rear end thereof. Also included is a catch basin formed at the rear end of the table over the opening for receiving and directing downwardly fecal matter. The catch basin includes side walls disposed on each side of the opening, and a rear/top wall disposed at the rear of the opening to slope upwardly and forwardly over the opening, with the forward edges of the side walls and the rear/top wall defining a generally vertically oriented opening whose lower edge is adjacent to the forward edge of the opening in the table. A tube extends through the rear/top wall of the catch basin and extends through the generally vertical opening to deliver liquid to the colon of a person lying on the table.

In accordance with one aspect of the invention, the upper surface of the table in front of the openings is formed to slope downwardly and inwardly from the sides and rearwardly into the openings. Also, a lip is formed to project upwardly from the side edges of the board to retain fecal matter and prevent it from running off the edge of the board.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

The above and other objects, features and advantages of the invention will become apparent from a consideration of the following detailed description presented in connection with the accompanying drawings in which:

FIG. 1 shows a perspective view of a colonic irrigation board made in accordance with the principles of the present invention; and

FIG. 2 shows a side, elevational view of the colonic irrigation board of FIG. 1 as it might be mounted on a toilet and bucket.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION

Referring to the drawings, there is shown a specific illustrative embodiment of a colonic irrigation board which includes an elongate support table having a width of about 20 inches or greater, with the preferred width being about 24 inches. An opening 8 is formed at the rear end of the board. Formed over the opening 8 is a so-called catch basin 12.

The catch basin 12 includes side walls 16 which project upwardly from the lateral edges of the opening 8, and a rear/top wall 22 which extends upwardly and forwardly from the rear edge of the opening 8. The forward edges of the side walls 16 and rear/top wall 22 join to define a generally vertically oriented opening 26 in the catch basin 12. The lower edge of the opening 26 is adjacent or contiguous to the forward edge of the opening 8 as best seen in FIG. 1. The sloping rear/top wall 22 serves to direct downwardly fecal matter which is discharged by a person lying on the table 4 into the catch basin 12.

The upper surface of the table 4 is composed of an upper level 30 and a lower level 34 joined by a ledge 38. The upper level 30 surrounds the catch basin 12 while the lower level 34 is for lying on by a person using the colonic board. The upper surface of the lower level 34 is formed to slope downwardly and inwardly from the sides, and rearwardly toward the openings 8 and 26, as best seen in FIG. 1. With this upper surface configuration, fecal matter, liquid, etc. will be drawn by gravity toward the openings 26 and 8. A spillway 42 is formed immediately in front of the openings 26 and 8 so that fecal matter and liquid will flow from the lower level 34 into the openings 26 and 8 and then downwardly into a container or toilet 46 as shown in FIG. 2.

An upwardly projecting lip 50 is formed on the edge of the lower level 34 of the colonic board to retain liquid and material on the upper surface of the board and prevent such liquid and material from flowing over the edges of the board. The lip extends from a ledge 38 forwardly to circumscribe the lower level 34 of the colonic board.

Advantageously, the colonic board 4 is formed of one piece of material such as fiberglass to provide a seamless, single piece board. The precise dimensions of the board can be elected to suit the typical user, but it has been found advantageous to provide a board of between 42 inches and 48 inches in length and, as indicated earlier, 22 inches in width.

A flexible tube 54 extends from an elevated source of liquid 58 through an opening 62 in the rear/top wall of the catch basin 12 and out the opening 26 as shown. The free end of the tube 54, typically referred to as a proctal, is positioned to enable ready insertion into the rectum of a person lying on the colonic board 4. The tip of the free end of the tube 54 is closed, and an opening 66 is formed in the side wall of the tube a short distance from the tip. Placement of the opening 66 on the side of the tube, rather than the end, reduces the liklihood of the opening becoming clogged when used.

The tube 54 could be made of a variety of flexible materials including rubber and plastic.

FIG. 2 shows the colonic board 4 placed on a conventional toilet 46 and bucket 70 or other support. The board 4 is positioned so that the opening 8 is directly over the toilet bowl so that fecal matter discharged by a person using the board will be directed downwardly by the catch basin 12 into the toilet.

The colonic board discribed is sturdy in construction and convenient to use. The dimensions of the board allow a person to lie comfortably thereon. The design of the catch basin 12 and provision of the sloping upper surface 34 and upstanding lip 50 serve to eliminate splashing and spilling of fecal matter and liquid.

It is to be understood that the above-described arrangements are only illustrative of the application of the principles of the present invention. Numerous modifications and alternative arrangements may be devised by those skilled in the art without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention and the appended claims are intended to cover such modifications and arrangements.
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Classifications
   
U.S. Classification   604/276, 604/356, D24/111
International Classification   A61M3/02
Cooperative Classification   A61M3/0225
European Classification   A61M3/02B
Legal Events
Date   Code   Event   Description
Sep 25, 1990   REMI   Maintenance fee reminder mailed   
Feb 24, 1991   LAPS   Lapse for failure to pay maintenance fees   

May 7, 1991   FP   Expired due to failure to pay maintenance fee   
Effective date: 19910224


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The end of Eldon L. Lowder came in 2012 - he was 89 years old then.

http://www.tributes.com/obituary/show/Eldon-L.-Lowder-94843303

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Eldon L. Lowder Obituary

Eldon L. Lowder

    July 5, 1927 - November 6, 2012
    Herriman, Utah

Eldon was born on July 5, 1927 and passed away on Tuesday, November 6, 2012.

Eldon was a resident of Herriman, Utah.
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Eldon L. Lowder is dead now for only 5 years. And this is how his tombstone looks like:

https://billiongraves.com/grave/Eldon-L-Lowder/2693800#

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Grave Site
Eldon L. Lowder is buried in the Herriman Cemetery at the location displayed on the map below. This GPS information is ONLY available at BillionGraves. Our technology can help you find the gravesite and other family members buried nearby.

Lowder Family in Herriman Cemetery3

Cemetery Information
Cemetery NameHerriman Cemetery
Cemetery Address
6018 Heritage Hill Dr
Herriman, Salt Lake, Utah
United States
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Isn't that  shame?


In the time of thrones and drones, isn't it remarkable (look at the second pic in that page!) that one's tombstone is viewable in a birds view photo of the graveyard?

Why then is it possible that in the 21st. century citizens in the greatest country of all, the United States of America, are kicked with the feet by legislation, so that companies can exist anonymously!?



WHO runs the anonymous company now?

Look at the date: 2013!

https://trademarks.justia.com/787/09/colenz-78709215.html

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Justia Trademarks Categories Medical apparatus COLENZ - Trademark Details
COLENZ - Trademark Details

Status: 702 - Section 8 & 15-Accepted And Acknowledged

Image for trademark with serial number 78709215
Serial Number 78709215
Registration Number 3181989
Word Mark COLENZ
Status 702 - Section 8 & 15-Accepted And Acknowledged
Status Date 2013-06-18
Filing Date 2005-09-08
Registration Number 3181989
Registration Date 2006-12-05

Mark Drawing

4000 - Standard character mark Typeset
Published for Opposition Date 2006-05-30

Attorney Name Garron M. Hobson
Law Office Assigned Location Code M30
Employee Name GASKINS, TONJA M

Statements
Goods and Services
Enema kits containing enema apparatus and enema preparations sold together as a unit for home and professional use

Pseudo Mark
COLONS

Classification Information
International Class
010 - Surgical, medical, dental and veterinary apparatus and instruments, artificial limbs, eyes and teeth; orthopedic articles; suture materials. - Surgical, medical, dental and veterinary apparatus and instruments, artificial limbs, eyes and teeth; orthopedic articles; suture materials.
US Class Codes
026, 039, 044
Class Status Code

6 - Active
Class Status Date
2005-09-15
Primary Code
010

First Use Anywhere Date
2005-06-09

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Event Date   Event Description
2005-09-15   NEW APPLICATION ENTERED IN TRAM
2006-03-20   ASSIGNED TO EXAMINER
2006-03-21   EXAMINERS AMENDMENT -WRITTEN
2006-03-21   EXAMINER'S AMENDMENT ENTERED
2006-03-21   EXAMINER'S AMENDMENT MAILED
2006-03-21   APPROVED FOR PUB - PRINCIPAL REGISTER
2006-04-10   ASSIGNED TO LIE
2006-04-10   LAW OFFICE PUBLICATION REVIEW COMPLETED
2006-05-10   NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
2006-05-30   PUBLISHED FOR OPPOSITION
2006-08-22   NOA MAILED - SOU REQUIRED FROM APPLICANT
2006-09-11   TEAS STATEMENT OF USE RECEIVED
2006-09-11   USE AMENDMENT FILED
2006-09-28   STATEMENT OF USE PROCESSING COMPLETE
2006-10-07   SU - NON-FINAL ACTION - WRITTEN
2006-10-10   NON-FINAL ACTION MAILED
2006-10-24   TEAS RESPONSE TO OFFICE ACTION RECEIVED
2006-10-24   CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED IN LAW OFFICE
2006-10-25   TEAS/EMAIL CORRESPONDENCE ENTERED
2006-10-25   ALLOWED PRINCIPAL REGISTER - SOU ACCEPTED
2006-10-27   ASSIGNED TO LIE
2006-10-27   LAW OFFICE REGISTRATION REVIEW COMPLETED
2006-12-05   REGISTERED-PRINCIPAL REGISTER
2011-10-19   AUTOMATIC UPDATE OF ASSIGNMENT OF OWNERSHIP
2013-06-05   TEAS SECTION 8 & 15 RECEIVED
2013-06-18   CASE ASSIGNED TO POST REGISTRATION PARALEGAL
2013-06-18   REGISTERED - SEC. 8 (6-YR) ACCEPTED & SEC. 15 ACK.
2013-06-18   NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE OF SEC. 8 & 15 - MAILED


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A real address found? Or TWO? Why do they have TWO ZIP codes for the same house?

The family company expired.

http://www.bizapedia.com/ut/ELDON-L-LOWDER-FAMILY-LIMITED-PARTNERSHIP-THE.html

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ELDON L. LOWDER FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, THE

Utah Domestic Limited Partnership · Updated 4/14/2016
      
The Eldon L. Lowder Family Limited Partnership is an Utah Domestic Limited Partnership filed on March 5, 1984. The company's filing status is listed as Expired and its File Number is 2111071-0180.

The Registered Agent on file for this company is Eldon L. Lowder and is located at 7835 S 1300 E, Sandy, UT 84094. The company's principal address is 7835 S 1300 E, Sandy, UT 84093.
   
Company Information
Company Name:  ELDON L. LOWDER FAMILY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP, THE
File Number:     2111071-0180
Filing State:     Utah (UT)
Filing Status:     Expired
Filing Date:     March 5, 1984
Company Age:     32 Years, 5 Months
Registered Agent:     
      Eldon L. Lowder
7835 S 1300 E
Sandy, UT 84094
Principal Address:     
      7835 S 1300 E
Sandy, UT 84093
      
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Talli Poulsen? Who is Talli Poulsen?

https://www.statelog.com/colenz-medical-inc-jefferson-sd

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SOUTH DAKOTA BUSINESS REGISTRATION

Colenz Medical Inc

Published February 19th, 2014 • StateLog.com

Corporate registration for COLENZ MEDICAL INC by Talli Poulsen of 805 Brookside Drive, Jefferson, SD filed on Fri, Sep 30th, 2011 with South Dakota Secretary of State


Registration Details

Business Name  COLENZ MEDICAL INC
File Date 09/30/2011
Filing type CORPORATE
Source SOUTH DAKOTA SECRETARY OF STATE [1]   

Last update 02/19/2014

Registered Agent

Agent Name TALLI POULSEN
Street 805 BROOKSIDE DRIVE
Locality JEFFERSON, SD  57038
County UNION LAT/LNG 42.585305, -96.57657

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Compare with
https://bizstanding.com/directory/UT/CO/194/

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COLENZ WELLNESS, INC

Registration:Oct 6, 2014

State ID:9182683-0142

Business type:Corporation - Domestic - Profit

[Agent: E Bryan Poulsen
5066 W Crimson Patch Wy, Herriman, UT 84096 (Physical)

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It stinks.



Here is FDA legalese of 2003:
https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_docs/pdf3/K033149.pdf

Strange ways things go in the USA, really strange...


[Pic repair services done.
"Billion" tombstone grabbers: kiss my back! ET]
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Re: Eldon L. Lowder and the fecal fetishism in Utah (and the whole USA)
« Reply #3 on: August 20, 2016, 11:00:07 AM »

Dewayne says his cure-all treatment requires "daily enemas" ... https://youtu.be/Hh8G7_380YE?t=4m15s

A colon-cleansing place in Utah, called "Whole Body Cleansing", was an agent for Dewayne's "Delta Institute" who make his "BX Protocol" fake cancer cure ... http://archive.is/5RbAk#selection-169.0-156.5

The owner of WBC at the time was Mia [Emilia] Magistro [ http://archive.is/uEOI9 ] who has made a testimonial for Dewayne's BX stuff ... https://youtu.be/Ipva5NMed18?t=5s
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Re: Eldon L. Lowder and the fecal fetishism in Utah (and the whole USA)
« Reply #4 on: August 20, 2016, 01:34:33 PM »

GyGy:
>Dewayne says his cure-all treatment requires "daily enemas" ... https://youtu.be/Hh8G7_380YE?t=4m15s

At 2:10 and the following seconds listen carefully. He FIRST says "energy-1", and then corrects himself to "bx-1".

GdGy

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Re: Eldon L. Lowder and the fecal fetishism in Utah (and the whole USA)
« Reply #5 on: August 20, 2016, 05:16:13 PM »

At 2:10 and the following seconds listen carefully. He FIRST says "energy-1", and then corrects himself to "bx-1".

Back in 2011 Dewayne's cure-all was called "VX-1" energy catalyst  ...




2012 he changed it to "BX" , ( maybe somebody had trade-marked "VX-1" and complained).


[Image fixed, VROUWENPOWER!]
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Re: Eldon L. Lowder and the fecal fetishism in Utah (and the whole USA)
« Reply #6 on: August 22, 2016, 10:12:59 AM »

The image is too small.
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Re: Eldon L. Lowder and the fecal fetishism in Utah (and the whole USA)
« Reply #7 on: August 23, 2016, 02:17:46 PM »

"The image is too small."

If you click on the small image a bigger version appears in a new browser window   
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« Reply #8 on: August 23, 2016, 03:29:37 PM »

Fixed.
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