Proper execution of an enema is only one part of the equation. The overall quality of an enema experience depends on the quality of the equipment, too! You can?t expect efficient waste elimination if your enema kit is lacking crucial bits and pieces.
What is an enema kit?
An enema kit is a pre-packed solution that includes all the equipment and ingredients you need to perform an anal enema at home. A standard enema kit may contain saline preparation whilst a coffee enema kit includes coffee grounds formulated to be used specifically for coffee cleanse detox.
The main components of a basic anal enema kit are the following:
- Hose or tubing
- In-line pumps
- Hose connectors
- Bucket or bag
An important element of a home douching kit is the enema bag or bucket. An enema bag and bucket has the same job- storage space for the water, coffee, or enema solution to be used for the procedure. An enema bucket is also the largest component of an enema kit. When not in use, an enema bucket may also function as storage unit for the other equipment such as clamps, tubing, in-line pump, and nozzles. Without an enema bucket, executing an enema properly will not be possible.
The different types of home enema buckets
Enema buckets come in an assortment of sizes, liquid capacities, and constructional materials. For instance, standard home enema kits include plastic buckets with at least 48-ounce capacity. Aside from the usual home enema equipment, a standard kit also includes instructions on how to do anal enema at home. This is best for beginners who want to try anal enema for the first time.
There are also stainless steel enema buckets for those who want to invest on personal enema kits. Stainless steel buckets are ideal for those who regularly perform anal douching or colonics at home. Enema buckets made from stainless steel are perfect for enemas that make use of saline, coffee, or other enema solutions.
The basics of how to use an enema bucket is simple and straightforward. A stainless steel bucket not only comes with a nozzle, tubing, and hose but also with a hanger. Place the bucket on a hanger or hang the bucket with its handle 12 to 18 inches away from the floor to accommodate the smooth flow of solution towards the anus.
The stainless steel bucket is a must buy when shopping for an at-home enema kit. It is made for lifetime use. It will never rust nor lose its shape even if you use it often.
Although an enema bucket made from stainless steel is a bit of a splurge at first, its usefulness and resilience for many years to come will prove it is a wise investment after all.