coffee enema a complete guide

What is a Coffee Enema? A Complete Guide On How To Do It

Origin of Coffee Enemas:

During WWI, the purpose of the enema was to reduce the chances of infection during war but with the common water shortages coffee enemas were employed as a method to address symptoms of poisoning or sepsis. The reasoning behind using coffee enemas was based on the belief that caffeine could stimulate the liver and enhance the production of bile, which might aid in detoxification. This is how the coffee enema became standard practice instead of a water enema.

Enemas were historically used as a routine part of the labor process, especially during the mid-20th century. The idea was to empty the rectum and lower part of the colon to reduce the risk of fecal contamination during childbirth. However, practices in maternity care have evolved, and the routine use of enemas before childbirth is no longer common in many healthcare settings. Enemas are now typically reserved for specific medical indications, such as cases where a woman has difficulty with bowel movements during labor and it becomes necessary to empty the rectum for medical reasons.

Today, the coffee enema protocol is used by healthy individuals to optimize their vitality and maintain a healthy body. This is merely a functional or more holistic approach to emptying the bowels without medical intervention.

So WHAT IS A COFFEE ENEMA, how does it impact the body and how we can implement it.

How can a coffee enema detoxify and protect the Liver?

The liver is our “dustbin” and our lifeline of the detoxification system.
Supporting liver function can change the course of your health journey.

Coffee Beans contain the following ingredients:
  • Kahweol palmitate &
  • Cafestol palmitate
  • Caffeine

Both these ingredients found in coffee beans, can increase the level of glutathione in the intestines and the liver.

Glutathione:
  • a vital detoxification antioxidant.
  • helps to prevent damage from reactive oxygen species and heavy metals.
  • breaks apart chemical carcinogens so our body can remove them: (carcinogen is an agent with the capacity to cause cancer in humans).
  • Kahweol palmitate seems to increase glutathione more than cafestol palmitate.

The less roasted the coffee beans, the higher the amount of these two powerful ingredients.

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Benefits of coffee enemas:

Coffee is also a significant source of antioxidants.
It is known to lower inflammation in the liver and help the liver cell regenerate.

Coffee contains caffeine:

  • This may help to prevent chronic diseases like type II diabetes and liver problems.
  • Coffee can inhibit fibrosis of liver tissue.
  • Helps to dilate blood vessels.
  • This increases the coffee enema benefits dramatically.

How do the coffee ingredients / constituents go straight to the liver so it can upregulate glutathione?

  • Approximately 6 inches inside the rectum are the hemorrhoidal veins.
  • These veins directly connect to the hepatic portal, which leads straight to the liver.
  • The caffeine in the coffee dilates these blood vessels.
  • This increases the absorption of the coffee and its valuable ingredients.
  • The nutrient uptake happens much faster than drinking the coffee. Acids from the stomach haven’t changed the components, so the coffee is processed by the liver differently.

What about the Liver?

  • This process with the liver stimulates the release of bile from the liver. Proper bile flow is vital to the detoxification system.
  • Our livers do a fantastic job of filtering our blood.
  • At any given moment, the liver contains around 10% of our blood, cleaning it to protect us.
  • The liver filters about 1.4 litres in a minute.
  • It deposits all the waste products that need to get out of the body into the bile. Then this waste material gets removed in our stools.

Coffee enema detox can help unblock the bile duct, so this backup in purification does not occur.

Unfortunately, sometimes these toxins can build up and create a sludge that blocks the bile duct. If the bile cannot flow freely to the intestines, these toxins build up in the liver. This causes inflammation, leading to more health issues. It also can impair digestion and the ability to absorb nutrients fully.

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What is a Coffee enema’s impact on the intestine?

  • The main coffee constituents can also have potent detoxification effects in the intestines as well.
  • Different enzymes and chemicals control all our genes within the body.
  • The rate of detoxification in the intestines is no exception.
  • These palmitates can double the amount these genes are expressed.
  • Coffee enema protocols can double your detoxification rate in the intestines.
  • Glutathione has also been shown to increase after this type of colon cleanse.
  • It’s important to note that glutathione is more than a powerful antioxidant in the body.
  • While it’s performing its amazing detoxification action, it also helps to inhibit neoplasia: (Neoplasia is the growth of new, abnormal, and uncontrolled tissue). Blocking our tissues from this abnormal growth could be vital in preventing disease. It can also help to create optimal function of our intestines.
  • Another health promoting part in coffee is theophylline. Theophylline reduces inflammation in both the liver and the intestines. It might be especially useful in ulcerative colitis. (Theophylline is used in therapy for respiratory diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma under a variety of brand names).

Before doing a Coffee enema make sure you have done a normal water enema mentioned previously or make sure you have a regular bowel movement daily. Need more info? Take this course to build your knowledge: Body Detox Course.

The following steps can be used to perform a coffee enema.

  • Brew 2 tablespoons of coffee in a 1-liter mixture of distilled water. The coffee can be brewed in a traditional coffee maker that makes about 4 cups of coffee.
  • Remove from heat and do not reheat again.
  • Pour the coffee through a sieve so that no grounds are left in the coffee. You need the liquid and not the grounded granules.
  • Add ½ teaspoon of Magnesium Crystals to the above mixture while warm (not boiling coffee). Magnesium Crystals dissolve quicker in warm water.
  • Allow sufficient time for the coffee mixture to cool to room temperature. Never use hot or too warm water for the coffee enema.
  • Place towels down on the floor near the toilet or if a person is too ill or old to lay on the floor, place plastic sheeting (in case of accidental messing) on the bed, couch, or other area where the person can lie on their right side to instill the coffee mixture in the anus area using the enema DIY kit.
  • Being close to the restroom will be extremely helpful as the person may need to use the restroom urgently.
  • Instill the coffee mixture into the rectum using the enema DIY kit.
  • Enema buckets are available at pharmacies or ask your Health Care Practitioner or shop around locally or online.
  • Most have a water bottle with tubing attached that is inserted into the rectum.
  • A person may wish to use a water-based lubricant (olive oil or coconut oil) on the edge of the tip to ensure ease of insertion into the rectum.
  • Instill as much of the 1-liter coffee/water solution into the rectum as possible. The entire solution may not go in at the 1st attempt, and one should not force it.
  • The solution should be held in the rectum for 10 to 15 minutes. Enemas are most effective when held for this amount of time. Afterwards, a person should try and go to the bathroom.
  • A person may have to repeat the enema a few hours later if they did not experience significant results from the first one.
  • Only do an enema at seasonal changes or in extreme cases of dis-ease or illness.

I feel worse after the coffee enema! What did I do wrong?

  • Feeling worse after a coffee enema detox is revealing that there is something you are fixing in your liver bile duct! Most people feel better and energized after a coffee enema, but a small group of people don’t. This means that the bile duct was indeed clogged up. Releasing those toxins can make you feel worse for a short time. It may also mean you have a parasitic infection in the liver bile duct, and you’ve stirred those critters up.
  • You can do a few different things to help get around this. First, you can hold the enema for a shorter time. Work your way up to the fifteen minutes as the liver bile duct starts to clear out with each enema. Second, you can make the coffee with fewer grounds, so it isn’t as strong. Start with a tablespoon and work your way to two tablespoons and later to four tablespoons.

Healthy Enema Bucket:

  • Always clean the equipment that you used for the enema. Bacteria or mold could begin to grow on the equipment if not properly cleaned.
  • Wash the bucket with hot water and gentle soap. Make sure it has completely dried before storing. Wash the hose as well but do one additional step. Disinfect the end of the hose that was used in the rectum with hydrogen peroxide which is available at your local pharmacy. Make sure all parts are thoroughly dry before storing it.

Do Coffee Enemas Deplete Minerals?

  • Coffee enema benefits aid in the purging of toxins.
  • Getting these toxins out helps take the burden off your liver.
  • It’s important to keep in mind that other substances get purged as well.
  • Minerals can be removed along with the toxins. Doing three or four coffee enemas a week shouldn’t be a problem.
  • Coffee enemas are energizing, and some people choose to do them multiple times a day. This is too often and can cause electrolyte imbalance.
  • Your body will only release so many toxins at once.

Homemade Electrolyte drink: Mix & drink:

  • 500ml water
  • 3 x tablespoons maple syrup
  • 1 x flat teaspoon Himalayan salt
  • ½ flat teaspoon Pure Haven Magnesium Crystals
  • Lemon juice to taste
  • Lime juice to taste
  • Ice

 Other option:

  • 1 x beetroot
  • 1 x cucumber
  • 1 x apple
  • 1 inch ginger
  • Pinch of Himalayan salt
  • Pinch of Pure Haven Magnesium Crystals
  • Juice together: sprinkle with Himalayan salt, shoot & enjoy

Sherbet Maggie:

  • 3 x teaspoons soft icing sugar
  • 1 x teaspoon citric acid for baking
  • 2 x teaspoons jelly crystals (optional)
  • ½ flat teaspoon Pure Haven Magnesium Crystals

Remember that this is a journey. Give your body time to benefit from your coffee enema protocol and replace lost minerals immediately (ask your Health therapist or local pharmacy for electrolytes which you can simply add to your drinking water).

Heal the source & restore your balance and allow your body to restore its natural flow.🌿

Safety First:

Always consult your medical doctor before attempting any procedures. This isn’t medical advice, but it’s your journey towards holistic wellness. Stay well-informed and make informed decisions. ☕✨

1 thought on “What is a Coffee Enema? A Complete Guide On How To Do It”

  1. What an incredible revelation! I would never have imagined that coffee could offer such a surprising benefit. Wow! 🤯☕What an incredible revelation! I would never have imagined that coffee could offer such a surprising benefit. Wow! 🤯☕

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