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Salt and Soda Enema:

1 Tbs. sea salt (I recommend Himalayan or Real Salt)
1 Tbs. baking soda
2 quarts water

Directions for Standard Enema:

Fill enema bag
Hang about 4 feet above the floor (on towel rack)
Knee-chest position with chest against floor and rectum higher than head.
Insert nozzle tip into rectum, using lubricant (olive oil) if needed
Empty water into rectum, and hold inside rectum as much as possible
Massage abdomen in counter-clockwise direction
When bag is empty or no more fluid can be held, remove tip
Lie on each side for 5 minutes, while massaging abdomen
Discard contents of rectum into toilet
Repeat until bag is empty.

I personally prefer taking an enema in the bathtub.

Fill the tub with hot water and add Epsom salts and/or Miracle Soap. I also at times use baking soda.

Hang the enema bag from a string or wire connected to the shower head at the desired height. Fill the enema bag with warm water and desired ingredients.

While lying on your back or left side, insert the tube and take in water. The descending colon is on the left side and you want to get the water into the ascending colon on the right side. Raise up your buttocks the best you can while rolling to your right side. Then massage up the left side of your abdomen and across the top to the right side to encourage the water to move to that side. Then jiggle the right side of your stomach to cause the water to swish back and forth like a washing machine. Hold as long as you can, then step out on a towel to the toilet and evacuate your bowel.

Doing this three or more times in a session will begin to soften up and remove a lot of hardened fecal material. Without getting the water over to the ascending colon, an enema is somewhat superficial. If done correctly, you can irrigate the colon quite thoroughly.

The Coffee Enema for Liver Detoxification

The use of coffee in enemas for detoxification purposes is well known. It is a common herbal remedy that has been used by holistic and alternative medicine professionals for many years.

Recipe 1

The Coffee Enema for Liver Detoxification

The coffee enema has been used for many years to detoxify the liver. It is a low-volume enema that remains only in the sigmoid colon. There is a duct between the sigmoid colon and the liver called the entero-hepatic circulation system. When the stool reaches this point, it contains many toxins, which are sent to the liver for detoxification. The coffee enema will increase the transit time in the bowel. The caffeine that is absorbed into the entero-hepatic system causes the liver ducts, including the bile ducts, to empty into the sigmoid colon and be eliminated. Releasing the toxins in the liver ducts makes room for toxins from the body to enter the liver for detoxification. The alkaloids in the caffeine stimulate the production of glutathione-S-transferase, which is an enzyme that facilitates the liver detoxification pathways.

Coffee enemas will not waste minerals and electrolytes because they have already been absorbed in the previous sections of the intestines. The coffee enema is safe even for people who are sensitive to caffeine because the coffee remains in the sigmoid colon, where it will not be absorbed, provided the proper amount is used and the enema bag is not place too high.

Boil 1 quart of water in a non-aluminum pot. Add 2 tablespoons or more of organic coffee and continue to boil for 5 minutes. Remove pot from the heat and add 1 tablespoon of unsulfured molasses (optional). Cool to 90 degrees F. or less. Pour the coffee mixture through a fine mesh strainer or coffee filter into two 1 cup measuring cups. Clamp the end of the enema bag. Pour 1 cup of filtered coffee mixture into the enema bag. Release the clamp until the coffee begins to flow out, and then clamp the bag again immediately.

Hang the enema bag at a height of about 3 feet, not higher. Lie on the floor and gently insert the nozzle. Use olive oil on the nozzle if needed. Release the clamp and let the coffee mixture flow into the sigmoid colon. Clamp the tubing as soon as there is a sensation of “fullness” or when the enema bag is empty and remove the nozzle. If possible, without forcing yourself, retain the enema for 10 minutes, and then empty your bowel.

After emptying your bowel, repeat the process with the remaining (1 cup) of coffee mixture. If you cannot hold 1 cup of coffee mixture enema, take several smaller enemas.

When the bile duct empties, you will hear or feel a squirting sensation in the area of your right rib cage. After feeling the bile emptying, you can stop taking enemas for that day.

If you do not feel the bile duct emptying after one week of daily enemas, increase the strength of the coffee or take slightly larger volume enemas.

You should not feel nervous or jittery after the enema because the coffee does not get absorbed systemically. If you do feel nervous, jittery, have palpitations, or irregular heartbeats, after a coffee enema; reduce the amount of coffee by half or more.

Repeat enemas as needed to detoxify chemical toxins and/or allergic reactions.

Recipe 2


You will need to buy a re-usable enema kit, available at most pharmacies.
Distilled or purified water.
Organic coffee, any roasting level will do.
French Press pot.

Preparing the Coffee:

Bring 8 cups of water to a boil.
Grind eight heaping spoonsful of organic coffee. Put it in a French press pot.
Pour the water over the coffee grounds and let it steep then cool for one hour.
After this amount of time, the liquid should be about body temperature. If you stick your finger in the water it should be lukewarm, but not hot.
Filter the coffee grounds and then pour the coffee liquid into the enema bag.


Follow the directions that accompany the enema kit. Lie on your right side, inject and retain the coffee for 10-20 minutes.
I recommend lightly massaging your abdomen from left to right (up the left side, and then left to right just below the navel).
Additionally, I recommend changing positions while retaining the coffee. After a few minutes turn over onto your back, a few minutes later switch to your left side before evacuating your bowels.

The effects of a coffee enema are different than a saline enema. The most important difference between a saline enema and a coffee enema is the presence of caffeine in the coffee. Caffeine, theophylline and theobromine, combine to stimulate the relaxation of smooth muscles causing dilatation of blood vessels and bile ducts. The effects of having a coffee enema are not the same as drinking coffee. The veins of the anus are very close to the surface of the tissue. The caffeine is therefore absorbed more quickly (and in higher concentration) than it is in when drinking coffee.

Coffee has a chemical makeup that is stimulative. The enzymes in coffee, known as palmitates, help the liver carry away the toxins in bile acid. The coffee is absorbed into the hemorrhoidal vein, then taken up to the liver by the portal vein. With the bile ducts dilated, bile carries toxins away to the gastro-intestinal tract. Simultaneously, peristaltic activity is encouraged because of the flooding of the lower colon. Thus, when the colon is evacuated, the toxins and bile are carried out of the body.

Recipe 3

Pour 4 cups of filtered or distilled water into a non-metal pot or saucepan.
Stir in 3/4 cup of finely ground organic coffee from a health store and make sure it is mixed well in the water. Then, bring to a boil and boil for 3 to 5 minutes while stirring occasionally.

Reduce from heat and cover pot or saucepan with lid and let simmer for 15 to 20 minutes.
Remove from stove element and let coffee enema cool down to room temperature.
Strain coffee through fine sieve or coffee filter to remove as many coffee grinds as possible.

Because of the boiling process, some of the water evaporated, so add plain filtered or distilled water to the coffee to bring it up to 4 full cups.

Store the coffee in a sealed container and keep refrigerated.

Coffee enema will normally stay good for 4 to 5 days and should be used within that time for optimum benefits.

Coffee Enema Setup:

In a large measuring container (at least 4 cup size):
Pour 1 cup of the concentrated organic coffee from the container in the fridge.
Add 3 cups of filtered or distilled water to make 4 cups total.
Pour diluted coffee into a saucepan and heat it until it is lukewarm.

Immediately pour it into the bucket or bag and infuse right away so it doesn’t get too cool. In whichever way is most comfortable (kneeling, squatting or laying down) gently insert tube tip into the rectum for at least 4 inches if possible.

You can lubricate it with olive oil for easier insertion.

If there is rectal bleeding or severe pain or swelling, it is risky to force the tube, as this may aggravate the problem or even perforate the bowel wall. So, it is best to wait until any bleeding or severe discomfort passes before doing an enema.

It is best to place the bag bucket about 18 inches to 2 feet above floor level so gravity will send the coffee downward to your colon. Any higher may result in too fast a flow and cause abdominal cramping and gas. If the bucket is too low then the flow will be too slow. Each person has a different preference. Just make sure the level of the bag bucket is best for your particular comfort and needs.

After the tube is inserted as far as is comfortable, lay down on your Left Side and allow the lukewarm coffee to enter your colon.

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