Coffee Enema Recipes

An enema may be taken alone or it may be given. If taking it by yourself, try to lie down and have complete control over the flow, always take it slowly. The temperature of the fluid should never be hot or cold but pleasingly warm. You should allow yourself time to gently take it if you are able. Always put down a plastic mat and a towel for leakage. If it is being given always remember to take your time, if you have to lower the bag and allow fluid to flow backwards to relieve the pressure and if there is air present have the person taking the enema hold the tube closed as close to the rectum as possible and work the air out before beginning again. This will usually relieve a lot of cramping.

Using a bulb on a person should not be a bad experience. You should squeeze it very slowly and if cramping starts allow them to go to the toilet and expel all that they can before starting anew. This will make it much less upsetting and a less troubling experience.

Always remember that you should never use anything in the fluid that is not doctor recommended and never use alcohol because it is directly absorbed into the bloodstream and can kill you.

Instructions for use of the Enema Bag
1. Sterilize the Enema Set thoroughly with bleach (check with your physician for how long and what type of bleach to use). Rinse thoroughly to remove bleach. Never use your enema bag on another person, their bacteria and yours may not be compatible remember you are at the opposite end from a kiss.

2. Fix the tube with enema bag by inserting bottom nozzle of enema bag in one end of tube.

3. Close the clamp on the tube. Fill the bag with the appropriate solution at the appropriate temperature. (I feel 101 degrees Fahrenheit is best). However, get your physician’s approval concerning temperature, solution and quantity. Never use alcohol or drugs as their effect is greatly magnified and can cause death.

4. Open the clamp and run the solution through the tube to eliminate any air and close clamp immediately after air is out. This should stop excess cramping.

5. Place the enema bag at a height to ensure a good flow (approximately one foot to eighteen inches above your bottom, check with your physician).

6. Lubricate the nozzle with a good water-based surgical lubricant. (You can obtain one from any drugstore under many brand names)

7. Lay down on either side, on your belly, or your back if lying down. Or, sit on the toilet, however the sitting position is more difficult for most people. You must have your physician’s approval to take an enema, this is medical procedure.

8. Insert the nozzle into the anus and release the clamp so that the solution flows through it. If necessary lower the bag below you to release gas that is stored inside yourself, this will make it flow better with less cramping. If the nozzle becomes clogged close the clamp and squeeze the tube then proceed with the enema.

9. Take out the nozzle when the enema is over and go to the toilet. Hold the solution for only as long as your physician allows. Allow your self plenty of time for all of the solution to release.

10. Clean the enema set thoroughly with soap and water. Then hang up the bag with the hose hanging straight to dry out completely. Use the bleach in step one as often as the physician instructs you to.

I am including some enema recipes for your perusal. They are not mine and I do not recommend them. If you choose to try them, you should first get your Physician’s approval. You will notice they recommend different heights and other variations, check with your physician before trying as the pressure may be too great for you.
- Lactobacillis Acidophilus Enema -
AIDS; Candidiasis; Crohn’s disease; Irritable bowel syndrome; Ulcerative colitis
Ingredients:
2 Tbl. yogurt or
4 – 5 caps dry acidophilus or
1/8 tsp. powdered acidophilus
2 quarts water

Clinical Indications:
AIDS
Candidiasis
Crohn’s disease
Irritable bowel syndrome
Ulcerative colitis

Do not use yogurt if dairy allergy
Last day of fast

Directions:

Fill enema bag
Hook about 4 feet above floor (on towel rack)
Knee-chest position with chest against floor and rectum higher than head
Insert nozzle tip into rectum, using lubricant (olive oil) if needed
Empty water into rectum, and hold inside rectum as much as possible
Massage abdomen in counter-clockwise direction
When bag is empty or no more fluid can be held, remove tip
Lie on each side for 5 minutes, while massaging abdomen
Discard contents of rectum into toilet
Repeat until bag is empty

- Vinegar Enema -
Ingredients:
2 Tbl. white vinegar
2 quarts warm water

Directions:

Fill enema bag
Hook about 4 feet above floor (on towel rack)
Knee-chest position with chest against floor and rectum higher than head
Insert nozzle tip into rectum, using lubricant (olive oil) if needed
Empty water into rectum, and hold inside rectum as much as possible
Massage abdomen in counter-clockwise direction
When bag is empty or no more fluid can be held, remove tip
Lie on each side for 5 minutes, while massaging abdomen
Discard contents of rectum into toilet
Repeat until bag is empty

- Wheat Grass Enema -
Ingredients:
1-2 oz. fresh wheat grass juice
2 quarts water
Can substitute green juice or chlorophyll for wheat grass

Directions:

Fill enema bag
Hook about 4 feet above floor (on towel rack)
Knee-chest position with chest against floor and rectum higher than head
Insert nozzle tip into rectum, using lubricant (olive oil) if needed
Empty water into rectum, and hold inside rectum as much as possible
Massage abdomen in counter-clockwise direction
When bag is empty or no more fluid can be held, remove tip
Lie on each side for 5 minutes, while massaging abdomen
Discard contents of rectum into toilet
Repeat until bag is empty

- Mae West Coffee Enema -
Ingredients:

To the coffee enema, add:

1 Tbl. sea salt
1 Tbl. baking soda
Add enough water to coffee enema to make 2 quarts

Directions:

Fill enema bag
Hook about 4 feet above floor (on towel rack)
Knee-chest position with chest against floor and rectum higher than head
Insert nozzle tip into rectum, using lubricant (olive oil) if needed
Empty water into rectum, and hold inside rectum as much as possible
Massage abdomen in counter-clockwise direction
When bag is empty or no more fluid can be held, remove tip
Lie on each side for 5 minutes, while massaging abdomen
Discard contents of rectum into toilet
Repeat until bag is empty

- Salt and Soda Enema -
Ingredients
1 Tbl. sea salt
1 Tbl. baking soda
2 quarts water

Directions:

Fill enema bag
Hook about 4 feet above floor (on towel rack)
Knee-chest position with chest against floor and rectum higher than head
Insert nozzle tip into rectum, using lubricant (olive oil) if needed
Empty water into rectum, and hold inside rectum as much as possible
Massage abdomen in counter-clockwise direction
When bag is empty or no more fluid can be held, remove tip
Lie on each side for 5 minutes, while massaging abdomen
Discard contents of rectum into toilet
Repeat until bag is empty

- Garlic-Epsom Salt Enema -

Ingredients:

3 cloves of chopped garlic in 2 quarts of water
Simmer for 5 minutes
Add 2 Tbl. Epsom salt

When cool, pour into bag
Add extra water to fill bag and correct temperature
Use warm, not hot water

Precautions:
Very purging
Use no more than twice during a fast

Directions:
Fill enema bag
Hook about 4 feet above floor (on towel rack)
Knee-chest position with chest against floor and rectum higher than head
Insert nozzle tip into rectum, using lubricant (olive oil) if needed
Empty water into rectum, and hold inside rectum as much as possible
Massage abdomen in counter-clockwise direction
When bag is empty or no more fluid can be held, remove tip
Lie on each side for 5 minutes, while massaging abdomen
Discard contents of rectum into toilet
Repeat until bag is empty.

– Coffee Enema – Simple –

Regular ground coffee, not instant
4 Tbl. coffee to 2 quarts of hot water
Brew in coffee maker/pot
When cool, pour into bag

Clinical Indications:

Dysmenorrhea
Eczema
Gout
Irritable bowel syndrome
Psoriasis
Rheumatoid arthritis
Rosacea
Chronic constipation
Liver ailments
Past or present drug abuse
Cancer
AIDS

Directions:

Fill enema bag
Hook about 4 feet above floor (on towel rack)
Knee-chest position with chest against floor and rectum higher than head
Insert nozzle tip into rectum, using lubricant (olive oil) if needed
Empty water into rectum, and hold inside rectum as much as possible
Massage abdomen in counter-clockwise direction
When bag is empty or no more fluid can be held, remove tip
Lie on each side for 5 minutes, while massaging abdomen
Discard contents of rectum into toilet
Repeat until bag is empty

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