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Coffee Enemas

Coffee Enemas

I know it can sound a little bit scary but I want to remind you that the first time you try anything it feels scary.

Enemas have long been used in traditional medicine to treat a variety of health issues.
The coffee enema is used primarily to detoxify the colon, liver and gallbladder.
Its not new at all and has been done for centuries. We need to consistently get the toxins out of our bodies. The enema helps open the bile ducts and the toxins can move out. 1 time every 3 min the entire blood stream goes through liver. You want to hold the enema between 10-15 min. The first time i did one I think i held it 3 minutes. lol
During a coffee enema  caffeine and other compounds travel via the hemorrhoidal vein to the liver. Coffee opens up blood vessels, relaxes smooth muscles that help with bowel movements and improves circulation. Once it makes its way to the liver, coffee is also believed to help open up bile ducts and increase production of bile that’s needed for proper digestion and excretion.When you are making your enema coffee on the stove, always use distilled water to cook it in. Never tap water.

Things you will need

  • coffee ( make sure its organic and not flavoured)
  • filtered water — do not use tap water without boiling it!
  • an enema kit

To start fill the enema bag with this first quart of 2 cups coffee and  2 cups of water.

Lubricate the tip of the enema kit with coconut oil, insert it, release the clamp, and let the coffee slowly flow in. Make sure to hang the enema bag higher then the tube so no air pockets form.

You can hold it in as long as you can. The 1st time I couldn’t hold it very long, but each time it is easier to hold it longer.

Use 3 tablespoons of coffee to 2 quarts of water.

Here are some  tips that might help  you

–If you can’t comfortably hold your finger in the coffee + water mixture  then its a good temp.

— Massage your tummy if you feel any cramping. Gas can cause cramping. Its just a  build up in the large intestine or air from the enema tube. Rolling on to your back or to your left side will often alleviate the cramping, as will a light tummy massage.

— Remove all air from the enema hose. After you fill the enema bag with coffee, release the valve and allow the coffee to flow out and come out the end of the hose first.

— Lay on your right side during the enema. The coffee travels up the transverse colon (on your left side) and to the portal vein of the liver/gallbladder (on the right side).

— Your enema liquid should be room temperature. Too hot, and you risk burning yourself or the inside of your colon. Ouch. Too cold, and it can be very difficult to retain and may cause cramping.

—Drink plenty of water after your enema . Something i drink every single day is  a pinch of sea salt  to  water. Its really good to drink after a enema because it keeps your  electrolytes balanced.


Coffee Enema Ingredients

  • Typical Foundation Formula
  • ½ quart (about 16 oz or 2 cups) purified water (not tap water) for heating
  • 2 tablespoons organic coffee  ( I buy mine at 1 thousand villages)
  • Enema bag or bucket
  • Lubricant (for insertion of tube into rectum): a few drops of olive oil or coconut oil (Avoid petroleum jellies such as KY or Vaseline)
  • Old towels (to use when kneeling/lying on the floor); do not use good towels since any coffee drops will cause permanent stains

Coffee Enema Directions

1.  Add 4 cups of distilled or purified water into a . Pot.  Do not use an aluminum pot.

2.  Next, add 3 tablespoons of  Roasted Enema Coffee, fine grind, into the pot of water and stir it in.

3.  Place on stove and bring to a rapid boil.  Boil for 5 minutes.

4.  Next, turn the water down to a very low simmer and simmer for another 12 – 15 minutes.

5.  Remove from stove and let the coffee solution cool to lukewarm or body temperature.  To speed up the cooling time.

6.  Next, take your enema bag or bucket and tubing and make sure the white clamp on the tubing is shut tightly.

7.  Place a very fine mesh 304 stainless steel strainer over the bucket and pour your cooled enema solution into the enema bucket. Do not use paper coffee filters, as the paper filaments can get into the solution.

8.   Fill the bucket up to 1 quart at least.  1 Quart of solution provides at least enough liquid for 1 enema.


1.   Hold the tubing over a sink and release the clamp so that a little of the solution runs through the tubing and into the sink.  Then quickly close the clamp again.  Doing this will remove air and air bubbles from the tubing.  This is important to do.

2.  Next, place an old towel on the bed or floor where you will be lying down.  You can cover the towel with plastic sheeting as well. Plastic is easy to clean and wipe up if there is any spillage out.

3.  Next, take the enema bag or bucket to where you will administer your enema into the rectum.

Hang or place the bucket 16″ to 45″ above where your bottom will be. The higher the bucket, the greater the flow.

Coffee enemas are usually  administered  lying down on the bed or floor.  But you can also administer it while standing in the shower area, and then moving to the bed to lie down on your right side and hold in the enema  for the required 10-15 minutes.

4.   Make sure the tubing from bucket to your body is in a straight line, with no waviness.  Waviness can inhibit the flow. If you have to cut the tubing a little, you can do so.

5.   Lubricate the end of the enema nozzle with olive oil and insert into your rectum.   Do this carefully. You do not want to tear any tissues.

6.  Release the clamp and allow the solution to flow.  When you feel full, shut the clamp. You should not feel uncomfortable.  If you do, then you took in too much solution.

7.  Lie on your right side for 10-15 minutes if you can, and hold the enema solution in.

13.  When finished holding in enema, go to the toilet and eliminate.

What does our liver do for us?

  • Processing nutrients absorbed by the intestines so they are more efficiently absorbed
  • Regulating blood composition to balance protein, fat and sugar
  • Destroying old red blood cells
  • Producing essential chemicals to help blood clot properly
  • Breaking down and metabolizing alcohol and medications
  • Producing essential proteins and cholesterol
  • Removing toxins from the bloodstream, including bilirubin, ammonia and others
  • Storing of minerals, iron and vitamin A

Functional and alternative medicines use coffee enemas to help manage conditions including:

Here are some symtoms of an unhealthy liver

  • Skin and/or eyes that are yellowish (a symptom of jaundice)
  • Inability to lose weight
  • Excessive sweating
  • Bruise easily
  • Poor appetite
  • High blood pressure
  • Moodiness, anxiety or depression
  • Dark urine
  • Bloating and gas
  • Acid reflux and heartburn
  • Constipation
  • Rosacea
  • Chronic fatigue
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