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springshowers
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I still use coffee enemas as major part of my detox ongoing regimen. I have progressed to longer larger and series of treatments as I got used to then.
As I have researched the recipes are endless.

Look here
http://www.health-information-fitness.com/enemarecipes.html

I want to add.
It's recommended to drink a few cups a day of cistus tea for biofilm treatment. I did these last months a test and added a cup of the tea to one if the enemas in my series.

I can say if you try this start with 1/4 cup as it's very powerful.
Use after you have done a general cleanse or have cleared the colon to make sure you get the tea high up.

First time I did this I almost passed out as it created such a stronger surge from liver and bile ducts.

For serious experienced users only.

Don't add things until you have built up with basic saline and coffee enemas.

Night time probiotic enema inserts are amazing too !

Also I find if you have gut palsy the enemas can help make sure things are not in the gut too long and can absorb toxins through intestines as the longer the time in the intestines it actually can start to ferment giving off worse toxins as days go on and then also even bacteria and infections can start if your not having often enough BMs and movement is too slow. Nerve damage and brain signal disfunction can cause this and if your detoxing you want things cleansing including moving along. So enemas and coffee enemas ( most effective detoxing type ) have many benefits.

If you read up the coffee stimulates the liver and bile in accelerated fashion which gives surges of other good chemical responses like glutathione .


You can add essential oils and tea tree oil or coconut oils and herbs and teas and vinegar and baking soda and aloe juice and list goes on and on.

I usually make sure I add a real salt as it is disinfectant and softener too dissolving deposit areas cleaning sides of colon and is not just stool softener .


Do many variations and benefits.
And you probably have most things at your home.

If I knew a person with no money to treat.
I would tell them to start detoxing with these and other cheap home modalities like baths and dry body scrubs and diet elimination technique and measured water intake.

You can do even six separate enemas a day and it's been used in the Gerson protocol. But if you do you have to replenish by juicing intake inbetween each otherwise you can dangerously deplete yourself.

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Aren't coffee enemas dangerous?
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Thanks for the info. I gave my daughter her first coffee enema 2 days ago. She was so nauseous from the last antibiotic increase that she was throwing up her liposomal glutathione. She'd been nauseous for a week when she finally said she was willing to try the coffee enema.

3 hours after the enema, her nausea was completely gone. And it hasn't returned thus far.

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quote:
Originally posted by BBinme:
Aren't coffee enemas dangerous?

No, but if it's the first time you're trying it, I'd use really weak coffee (like a quarter strength or less) to be sure you tolerate them. Once in a while a person who is a really bad detoxer has problems with them.

I found them to be essential when I was sick and I felt 30% better every time I used them.

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I agree, enemas are very helpful.

I use a very soft 1/4 inch catheter extension.

The enema "spout/tip" that came with my kit is hard, and I think that increases the risks of enemas.

So I buy the catheter extensions and use those.

Normally I will do a warm salt water enema first, then will do an organic coffee enema afterwards.

Sometimes if the coffee is too strong, I will be nauseated when I am holding it in.

The enemas help me immensely.

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Great suggestions Springshowers! I love coffee enemas too. Thanks for posting all the other alternative recommendations. :)

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