The Coffee Enema
The Simple Yet Profound... Coffee Enema
32 oz filtered water
2 tablespoons of fresh ground organic coffee
Enema Bucket Lubricant for tubing (organic olive oil or organic sesame oil)
Heat up 16 oz of filtered water until near boil Add the 2 tablespoons of finely ground coffee beans Let steep for 20 minutes Strain out the coffee beans using a fine wire mesh strainer or an unbleached coffee filter Add the remaining 16 oz of cool water to the mixture. Enema mix should be tepid (slightly warm).
Pour enema solution into the enema bucket. Apply lubricant to the tip of enema tubing for insertion into the rectum. Place the enema bucket on a surface or hang it so that it is higher than you but still allows you to lie on the floor or in tub. (You can put old towels down under you if you are worried about leakage and to be comfortable).
Take in 16 oz of the enema fluid, and then clamp off tubing. Hold this first half of solution as long as possible up to 10 minutes. When you feel the urge to expel, expel into the toilet.
Take in second half of enema fluid, and clamp off tubing. Attempt to hold this half of the enema for 10 minutes if possible. When you expel this portion of the enema, you want to look for yellow/green color in the expelled fluid. This is the color of BILE. This is the goal of your enemas. This is a sign that the bile ducts are opening. However, do not be discouraged if you do not see this color right away. Many people have to do multiple enemas before seeing bile. Do not give up. Continue on your weekly regimen of 1-2 enemas, and you will eventually get this result.
Congratulations! You are on your way to a much better version of you by cleansing your liver and gallbladder, one of the most profound efforts you can make in achieving supreme health.
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