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What Kind of Coffee is Best for Enema?

 

Coffee enema has been hailed as a natural treatment option for cancer patients. German doctor, Max Gerson originally introduced this method using coffee beans for preparing an enema solution.

 

Today, coffee enemas are not only used by cancer patients, but also by healthy individuals who want to increase their quality of life through natural wellness procedures.

 

Can I use regular coffee for enema?

 

No. You should always use organic coffee beans even if you?re not after the liver detox qualities of coffee enema and would simply like to use it for colon cleansing. And for cancer patients, It is of utmost importance that you only use the highest quality organic coffee beans for detox.

 

The best kind of coffee beans is of the organic variety. There are growers that specialise in growing coffee for detox products, which then makes it easy for consumers to narrow down their choices for coffee enema.

 

Here are some rules you need to follow when buying coffee for enema:

 

  • Regular caffeinated variety is always the best. The worst case is using decaffeinated coffee. Both do not have any value as a liver detox.
  • Organic coffee beans are definitely the only way to go. There are no herbicides, fertlisers, and pesticides used in growing organic coffee bean varieties.
  • Look at light to medium air roasted coffee beans as they contain the highest concentrations of liver detox compounds palmitates ad caffeine.
  • Always choose Robusta over Arabica variety.

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