In this blog post, we?ll look at the right way to do colon cleansing with enema and what you?ll actually need to do the enema procedure on your own. We?ll also tackle some notable benefits for taking an enema and the best way for starting out with your own enema equipment and supplies. This information is useful for anyone looking to get started with enemas as a detox solution and treatment for a wide variety of ailments. Let?s get right to it!
Using enema kits for constipation and detoxification
Although an enema procedure may appear daunting, to start with, you just need some basic home enema equipment which you can easily obtain online.An enema kit should contain an enema bag, tubes, nozzles and an enema solution. For the enema solution, an organic coffee enema solution is highly recommended as it?s a potent antioxidant all on its own. When introduced directly through the rectum, caffeine increases bile production and strong bowel movement that unsettles and expels accumulated toxins and waste deposits in the body. You can opt for a readymade coffee enema solution or make your own from fresh organic grounded coffee beans. We?ll tackle how to do the latter with the instructions below.
General instructions for cleansing your colon and proper use of enema supplies
1. Prepare your enema equipment; make sure you?ve got everything you need and that it?s thoroughly clean and sterile. While taking an enema does have its risk of complications, much of it can be attributed to improper use of unsanitary home enema equipment which can lead to infection.
2. The next step is to prepare you coffee enema solution. Mix 2 spoonfuls of organic ground coffee with approximately 2 cups of clean water. Bring to a boil and then leave the solution to cool until it’s lukewarm to the touch. If you?ve opted for a ready-made enema solution, simply open the packet and its ready for use.
3. Take the enema; your equipment for enema solutions ought to come with specific instructions for proper use. Follow the instructions and assemble everything together. Fill the enema bag with water and allow it to flow through the tubes and nozzles expelling air that could otherwise end up in your colon causing constipation. Only then can you fill your enema bag with your coffee enema solution. Again make sure that the solution has cooled down to a safe and comfortable temperature before proceeding to the next step to avoid injury.
4. Find a good place to administer the enema preferably near the toilet. Hang the enema bag about 2 feet high and lie down on an old towel, either on your back or on one side of your body. Slowly insert the tip of your enema muzzle at least 2 inches into your anus. If necessary, use a water-based lubricant to ease discomfort. Disengage the clamp and let the enema solution flow into your rectum and through your colon. Take in as much of the solution as you can and re-engage the clamp.
5. Now retain the solution in just long enough for it to work its magic. Set a goal of at least 12 minutes, then proceed to the toilet and expel everything. Repeat the process until you?ve used up the rest of your enema solution
6. Thoroughly clean and sterilise your home enema equipment using soap and water then rinse with hydrogen peroxide. At this point, you are done and you can store your enema equipment for your next colon cleanse.
Purchasing the right enema kits in Australia
If you?ve taken a look at the market for home enema equipment, you?ll find that you?ve got a wide range of options from enema douche bulbs, full sized enema bags and disposable enema kits. Choose one depending on your needs and preferences.
For convenience and portability, you might want to consider getting an enema douche or bulb irrigator. ?These hold no more than 80 to 310 ml of enema solution. Perfect for occasional use or if you?re looking to do a quick enema at work or when travelling. For a deep colon cleanse though, there?s no substitute to a full size enema bag that holds 1.5 to 2 litres of enema solution.
Of course there are a couple of things you?d want to consider when buying your home enema equipment. For one thing, you want to make sure that you avoid anything that is made of plastic. Unlike rubber or silicone, plastic degrades quickly leeching toxins into your enema solution and to your colon. Hardly the results you?re looking for when doing a colon cleanse.
Also make sure that you?re using an enema solution made from organic coffee beans. Regular coffee is made with a considerable amount of preservatives and chemicals which again can find itself into your colon if taken as an enema.
Looking to get started? We at ?Coffee Enemas Australia? would certainly love to help! Call us today on 0414 064 491 or check out our fine selections of home enema equipment and supplies that you can conveniently purchase online.