How to do a Coffee Enema

Coffee enemas are easy and I’ll show you how to do them safely. They remove toxins from the body and are a gentle detox!

I have been doing coffee enemas for years. I love the way my body feels afterward and there are numerous reported health benefits from coffee enemas! Don’t be intimidated if you know nothing about them. They are easy and you’ll love the rewards.

Enemas are one of the oldest medical practices and are still practiced today to cure the most common general health issues like constipation and colon cleansing. Coffee enemas have appeared in medical writings dating back to ancient Egypt and have been cited in case reports and articles from the late 1800s. It is an excellent way to pull all the gunk from your intestines that doesn’t belong there. It’s easy and effective.

As you know probably know, I’m not a fan of using medications or laxatives to relieve constipation or to flush away those toxins. I much prefer natural remedies that work and are complementary to my system.

Hence I recommend this Coffee Enema Kit which uses distilled water and organic coffee to cleanse.

Benefits of Coffee Enema

The purpose of coffee enemas is to remove toxins accumulated in the liver and to remove free radicals from the bloodstream.

In the 1920s, two German professors tested the effects of infused caffeine on rats. They found that the caffeine travels via the hemorrhoidal vein and the portal system to the liver, opens up the bile ducts and allows the liver to release bile, which contains toxins.

The theobromine, theophylline, and the caffeine in coffee dilate blood vessels and bile ducts, relax smooth muscles, and increase the bile flow.

Doctors at the University of Minnesota showed that coffee administered rectally also stimulates an enzyme system in the liver called glutathione S-transferase by 600%-700% above normal activity levels.

This enzyme reacts with free radicals (which cause cell damage) in the bloodstream and makes them inert. These neutralized substances become dissolved in the bile, are released through the bile flow from the liver and gallbladder, and are excreted through the intestinal tract.

Coffee enemas are held in the colon for 12-15 minutes. During this time, the body’s entire blood supply passes through the liver 4-5 times, carrying poisons picked up from the tissues. So the enema acts as a form of dialysis of the blood across the gut wall.

The purpose of the coffee enema is not to clear out the intestines, but the quart of water in the enema stimulates peristalsis in the gut. A portion of the water also dilutes the bile and increases the bile flow, thereby flushing toxic bile (loaded with toxins by the glutathione S-transferase enzyme system) out of the intestines.

There are multiple benefits of Coffee Enema, but let’s look at a few that I’ve found during my own research.

  • Boosts body immunity
  • increases energy levels
  • palmitates of coffee enhance GST which removes toxic radicals from blood serum
  • stops overgrowth of yeast
  • treats autoimmune diseases
  • removes parasites from the digestive tract
  • removes heavy metals from the body
  • may help treat depression
  • may help in treating cancer
  • dilate blood vessels and counter inflammation of the gut

Now that we know the benefits of Coffee Enema, you must be wondering how do I do a Coffee Enema?

How To Prepare Coffee Enema Solution

Doing a Coffee Enema is very simple. I like to use this Detox Organic Green Enema Coffee.

You’ll need the following supplies:

  • enema kit (I use this enema kit)
  • colon tube (this kit includes one)
  • 3 rounded tablespoons of ground, organic, caffeinated coffee made from Arabica beans (never instant) I use this coffee
  • 1 quart (or 1 liter) of distilled water (never tap water)
  • Stainless steel pot (not aluminum) with a cover
  • Medium to large fine-mesh stainless steel strainer
  • 10 drops CT Minerals (optional)
  • 10 drops BioMolecular Oxygen (optional)

First, put the coffee grounds and water in the pan. Cover pot and bring the solution to a boil. (covering reduces the time to bring to a boil). Remove the cover and let boil for 5 minutes. Cover pot, reduce the heat, and simmer for 15 minutes. Let the solution cool to body temperature or just above (98.6 F). Strain out the coffee grounds with a fine mesh stainless steel strainer. Some of the liquid will have boiled away. Add enough distilled water to have 32 oz of liquid or about 1 liter.

Optional: Add 10 drops CT Minerals and 10 drops Biomolecular Oxygen to the enema solution. (Message me or check out our shop page to purchase these products as they are only sold through practitioners)

You can also optionally take a good binder 20 minutes before the coffee enema and again afterwards. I recommend Cellcore BioToxin Binder. (Message me or check out our shop page to purchase this as it is only sold through practitioners)

Use this liquid (including any silt) at body temperature for the enema.

What type of coffee should I use for a coffee enema?

Many different types of coffee are suitable for use in coffee enemas. The biggest item of importance is that the coffee is ORGANIC. Coffee is one of the biggest pesticide-laden crops and you do not want to infuse pesticides directly into your bowels. ONLY use organic coffee. Some types you may use are:

  • light to medium roasts
  • caffeinated
  • organic
  • made from Arabica beans

*Dark roasts are not appropriate because the potent compounds have been roasted out.

If you are new to coffee enemas, start with a medium or light roast.

How Do To Do A Coffee Enema

The best time to do a coffee enema is in the morning, after you’ve had your first bowel movement.

Begin by preparing your coffee enema solution as outlined above. Allow to cool to 98.6 degrees F.

Close the stop valve on your enema tubing (very important!) and then add the cooled coffee enema solution to your enema bucket. Next, prime the tubing by slowly opening the stop valve over the sink to get the air out of the tubing. Close it once the coffee reaches the end.

Place the enema bucket about 2 feet above you so the solution will flow slowly into you.

Lie on the floor with towels under you or you can even climb into your bathtub.

Lubricate the tip of the enema tube with organic aloe lubricant (never petroleum jelly!!). I like to use this lubricant. Insert the tube into the rectum 5 to 8 inches. Be sure to relax and allow it to easily push in. Never force it.

There is a little bump inside us a few inches into the colon, make sure the tube gently goes over that bump further into the colon.

Open the stop valve and allow the solution to slowly flow into your colon. If you go slowly you will avoid cramping.

If you are worried about cramping, you can also open the clamp slowly and allow some to flow in and then stop it and wait a bit. Do a little at a time until you have all of the solution in.

As the solution goes in, you can slowly turn over on your right side with your legs pulled up to your chest and stay in the position for the duration of the enema.

If you have any cramping just massage your abdomen gently until it subsides. The more often you do coffee enemas the less cramping you’ll have.

Once you’ve got all of the coffee enema solution in the colon you can remove the tube. Try to retain the enema for 12-15 minutes. Then evacuate it on the toilet.

Be sure to wash all of the parts of the enema kit thoroughly after every enema to prevent bacterial growth.

How To Clean Your Enema Bucket

You will want to use good quality, nontoxic soap, like Dr. Bonner’s Castile soap. After the coffee enema, disassemble the entire kit, wash each part in hot, soapy water, then reassemble the enema kit, and put hot soapy water in the enema bag/bucket.

Run the hot soapy water through the kit, and then run clean water through to rinse all the soap out. Once a week you can deep clean your kit by adding a final step of running Hydrogen Peroxide through after you have rinsed the soap out.

Make sure to run clean water through the kit after you run the Hydrogen Peroxide through.

Disassemble the kit and dry the bucket and catheter with a paper towel. Hang the tube to dry.

Can I prepare extra enema solution ahead of time?
Coffee is prone to mold so making your enema solution the same day is preferred however you can make extra and use it the next day if you need to.

To double the recipe, use 6 tablespoons of coffee with 5 cups water and cook as the normal recipe. This will be enough for 2 enemas. Divide into two portions and refrigerate any portion not being used. Before using, add enough distilled water to each portion to make 32 oz. and heat to body temperature. This way you do not have to cook a fresh batch every day. Prepared enema solution is good for 24-48 hours in the refrigerator.

Who Should Not Do A Coffee Enema?

If you have any of the following conditions you should not do a coffee enema unless you are under the supervision of a qualified professional:

  • undergoing chemotherapy
  • ulcerative colitis
  • renal, cardiac or respiratory failure
  • Crohn’s disease
  • Ileostomy (no colon)
  • bleeding and/or ulceration in the colon tract
  • anyone who is pregnant
  • 6-8 weeks post-surgery (always check with your primary physician or practitioner)

If you are unsure if you should do a coffee enema please consult your primary care practitioner.

Are electrolytes lost during a coffee enema?
Yes, electrolytes are lost during a coffee enema and as such you should drink plenty of water when doing coffee enemas and also add in electrolytes. Along with plenty of water I recommend taking Cellcore’s CT Minerals or one of our safe electrolyte drinks (contact me for ordering).

Many electrolyte drinks contain chemicals and defeat the purpose of stripping the body of toxins. Don’t replace lost electrolytes with something such as a mass-market electrolyte drink loaded with sugar and chemicals. Another good alternative is to drink coconut water. Liquid Minerals are another good solution to add to the water you drink in order to replace lost electrolytes.

Will doing coffee enemas make me become dependent on them to have a bowel movement?

No, doing coffee enemas will not cause you to become dependent on them in order to have normal bowel movements. People are able to stop doing coffee enemas and return to normal bowel function. Many things can inhibit good bowel function and identifying the underlying cause is crucial.

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