The purpose of a coffee enema is to clean the fluids that surround our cells. When the cells are surrounded in toxins and are oxygen deprived they can not function properly. I think of a coffee enema as a form of blood dialysis along the stomach lining. The reason being that the blood filters through our liver about every 3 minutes. Coffee enemas held for 12-15 minutes at a time offer a therapeutic treatment to the body allowing for the release of blood toxins and the opportunity for clean, oxygenated and purified blood.
When doing a coffee enema it is best that the colon is cleaned out. If you are fasting then you can probably just preform the coffee enema without a challenge, however if you are not you could start with a simple water enema to make sure feces in the lower colon are expelled so that you can hold the coffee in for a therapeutic amount of time.
I suggest getting some high quality green coffee extract or find a reputable free trade, organic coffee that is not overly roasted. When I worked on a sustainable, organic coffee farm on the islands I experienced the bounty and the healing nature of the coffee tree. If the coffee is high roasted it can actually have negative effects instead of what nature intended which are the phyto chemicals to be intact in the coffee which makes it a healing and detoxifying gift from Mother Earth. This makes it possible for the liver and gastro intestinal system to download information from the coffee in order to clean the blood. I now recommend air roasted, mold free, certified organic coffee. Check the shop for this product! Air roasting eliminates carcinogens from traditional fire roasting.
So now that you have your high quality coffee you will require an enema bucket or bag. I prefer a bucket so that powerful herbs can be added to the coffee. Some herbs I enjoy utilizing are parasite herbs or things like wild garlic and noni powder. This allows for a deeper cleaning. The coffee alone is a great cleanser and in time you may want to experiment with herb infusions. Another idea is to add liquid minerals because doing a lot of coffee enemas can cause mineral depletion. I like to add them in or take some orally after my enema.
Take 2-3 tbs. of Ground Coffee and add to 1/2 quart of water. I let this heat to just about boiling. Then I cover and let sit for 10-20 minutes. Then strain this and add another 1/2 quart of clean water. The reason I do this is the water is then at a warm temp and not too hot or too cold. You want the water to be a comfortable temperature otherwise hot water could damage the colon.
You are now ready to pour the coffee into your bucket or bag. Prepare your bathroom by laying down a bath mat and then a towel. Set a timer for 12-15 minutes. If you don’t make it the length of that time it’s okay, over time you will. You can also do the enema in two portions allowing each portion to sit in the colon for 10 minutes.
I like to lubricate the tip of the hose with coconut oil. Hang your bucket or bag on the towel rack. You do not want to put your coffee enema bag or bucket too high like in a water enema as this is not a high water enema. We want the coffee to slowly enter the body and so the towel rack height is perfect. Then allow the coffee to enter the colon. With your bum up in the air and your head to the ground you will have a safe and effective fluid flow. Once all the liquid is in your body lie down with your legs curled up on your right side. Lay there for about 5 minutes, then roll to your left side for about 5 minutes then lay on your back for 5 if you can.
Sometimes you will be able to here the bile gurgle a bit. This is a good sign as the bile ducts are opening and creating more fluid.
If you feel the need to release at anytime or feel any signs of discomfort go ahead, sit on the toilet and let go. This is not to be a painful experience but a pleasant one. Put on some relaxing music meditate, sing or express yourself however you like.
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