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Are you in the market for an enema kit for coffee enemas but do not know what to look out for when picking your home equipment and supplies? Perhaps you have heard some great things about coffee enemas and would like to make sure that you benefit from the same with the best equipment available? In any case, it is a good idea to learn all about choosing the right home enema equipment if only to ensure safe and efficient results.


In this post, we will take a look at some of the most recommended enema products in the market along with their pros and cons. This information ought to point you in the right direction.


Your options in enema equipment


Disposable enema kits


Non-reusable enema kits are an excellent choice for people who are looking to try out coffee enemas and not have to spend much in the process. They are the most affordable home enema equipment that you can get your hands on costing about $10 apiece. Disposable enema kits are also portable enough to slip into your luggage making it ideal for frequent travelers who can just as easily discard them afterwards.


Of course, disposable enema kits do have their share of downsides. For one thing, they can be more expensive in the long run. Any attempts to reuse the plastic material can have harmful and life-threatening consequences. Most manufacturers make disposable enema bags out of cheap PET plastic that deteriorates shortly after use.


Reusable enema kits


If you are looking to do coffee enemas as a regular part of your holistic wellness regimen, then you will need to invest in a reusable enema kit in Australia. You can choose from either rubber or medical grade silicone. Both are not that expensive compared to their disposable counterparts (about $65 to $90) and ultimately pay for themselves over time.


Reusable enema kits often come with everything that you need to do a coffee enema at home:


  • Reusable enema bag (1.8 liters)
  • set of tubing
  • clamp
  • hook
  • enema tip/nozzle
  • organic coffee enema solution/ground coffee


Both silicone and rubber enema kits do not deteriorate quickly and will serve you well for about 2 to 4 years. If possible, an enema bag that is transparent or opens fully from the top to facilitate easy cleaning. The last thing you need is to have mildew, and other contaminants build up inside the bag leeching toxins into your enema solution.


Stainless steel or glass enema bucket


If you must have the best in coffee enema equipment, then you would do well to opt for either a glass or stainless steel enema bucket. These two are some of the purest materials available and highly resistant to heat and acids. As a result, you never have to worry about your enema solution getting contaminated over the years. While such enema equipment is the most expensive in the market, they can last a lifetime (except for the tubing, enema tip and other accessories) which makes them well worth the cost.


How to Perform an Enema at Home


When it comes to your home coffee enema equipment, one question remains – how do you go about using them? Well, it is not as hard as you might think and a coffee enema is something that you can administer yourself with a few easy steps:


  1. Prepare your coffee enema solution. For convenience, you can buy packets of ready-to-use ones, or it may already come with your kit. If not, then you can always prepare them yourself. Just dissolve two tablespoons of coffee in 2 cups of boiling water and allow it to simmer for about 5 minutes. Let the solution cool to a safe temperature before use.
  2. Check your enema equipment and put everything together according to the directions that came with the kit. Get rid of any remaining air in the tube by filling the enema bag with water and submerging the end of the tube in water. Open the clamp and let the water from the enema bag flow out of the tube, eliminating pockets of air that may get into the caffeinated solution.
  3. Prepare the area where you will be taking the coffee enema. Set some clean rags or old towels on the floor to avoid a mess then fill the enema bag with your coffee enema solution. You can then hang the bag about half a meter ?from the floor or higher; make sure that you close the clamp to prevent the enema from accidentally leaking out.
  4. The next step is to administer the enema itself — lie down on your back or unto one side of your body whichever is most comfortable. Apply a water-based lubricant on your rectum and the enema nozzle to facilitate insertion and ease discomfort. Gently insert the tip at least 5 cm into your rectum taking care not to puncture the colon.
  5. Release clamp that was holding the coffee enema and allow the solution to stream into your colon and lower intestines. If the enema refuses to flow, ?raise the bag or bucket a little bit higher until it does
  6. Retain the fluid for about 15 minutes — you may have trouble doing so when taking a coffee enema for the first time but do not be overly concerned. Over time, retaining the enema will be much easier as you get used to the procedure.
  7. Go to the toilet and expel the content of your colon completely. Repeat the process until you are all out of coffee enema.
  8. Thoroughly wash your enema equipment with soap and water or throw everything away if you are using disposable enemas. If you are going to reuse anything, make sure that you disinfect it to prevent infection.


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