For those looking to introduce colon cleansing or coffee enema, it is important to choose your enema equipment wisely. In essence, there are three types of enema kits that you can use for colon cleansing, coffee enema or any retention-type enema procedures.
Disposable Enema Kit
A disposable enema kit is best for first timers. As they are only meant for single use, the materials used in the construction of enema equipment is of low quality. This means that you need to throw away the kit after your session. Fleet enema kits used to treat chronic constipation are also disposable and should be discarded after completing the colon cleanse procedure.
Enema Kit with Steel Buckets
Enema kits with stainless steel buckets are an excellent option among those who plan to perform enemas on a regular basis. Examples of such users are cancer patients who perform a coffee enema at least 5 times a day. Enema kits with stainless steel buckets are typically more expensive as the bucket will certainly last you a lifetime.
The majority of users who plan on using enema as a detox routine prefer stainless steel buckets for the following reasons:
- No rusting
- Sturdy construction
- Holds large volumes of enema solution
- Easy to clean
Enema Kit with Enema Bags
Enema bags are typically made from clear rubber or silicone. If you opt to purchase a bag for its portability feature, may we suggest you choose the silicone material as it is more hygienic and easier to clean than rubber. Enema kits with silicone enema bags usually come with lifetime warranty, so you don?t have to worry about purchasing a new one if and when the bag you?re using becomes defective in the future.
So which is better? All three have their own sets of benefits. In the end, your personal preference and budget will determine which of these enema kits you are to purchase.
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