A Coffee Enema is a type of colon cleanse that is used in alternative medicine. It is a practice that involves inserting liquid (mixture of brewed or caffeinated water) into the rectum to relieve constipation. Coffee enemas are thought to stimulate bile flow and the production of glutathione, a detoxifying antioxidant.
Coffee Enema has many purposes. But the main purpose is to have a physical cleanse that is conducive to your body. It is known to help flush out bacteria, heavy metals, fungus and yeast (like those responsible for candida symptoms, for example) from the digestive tract, including the liver and colon, and also lower inflammation which helps to restore bowel function, increase energy levels and may help to heal from disorders that may have caused problems for years.
These two come together. A Water enema helps to remove the waste in the lower colon that will make the process of coffee enema smooth and more effective. Once the lower colon is empty it will be easier to hold the coffee enema in for the full needed 15 minutes and it will be easier for the coffee to reach the liver. It will cause bowel movement if you do not do a water enema because the coffee can stimulate the lower bowel.
Without a gallbladder, there’s no place for bile to collect. So, the answer is a big YES! This can actually help the liver which has extra responsibilities now that you no longer have a gallbladder to detoxify.
It depends on your usage but if you are a heavy user, we highly suggest that you change it every few months when it becomes discoloured.
Yes, water enemas are safe during pregnancy but we strongly advise you to check with your health care professional before doing this.
Absolutely! When performed correctly, enemas are very safe and have been used for hundreds of years in the medical profession. Coffee Enema Australia kits are medical grade, TGA approved and come with instructional guides on how to use them safely. There are very few recorded side effects of enemas, and enemas are extremely gentle on the bowel using only gravity to fill the colon. Should you feel any discomfort you can stop and remove the enema. Consult your health care professionals before use if you have any pre-existing health conditions.
Ground coffee that we can drink is slightly different from the one that we use in coffee enema. The elasticity and natural oil present in the bean have to be ground using a professional grinder that is why we only offer our coffee enema in a ground format and we strongly suggest that you procure yours from an enema company like us.
It suggests brewing all 400g of coffee enema grinds to produce between 8 and 16 coffee enemas, depending on the strength you prefer.
However, if you prefer to perform 1 coffee enema from time to time then follow the following instructions –
- Take 50g of coffee and boil for 5 minutes in 1 litre of purified water. After 5 minutes of boiling, simmer for 30 minutes. Be sure to stir regularly. Also, keep a lid on to ensure less evaporation.
- Filter out the grinds and refill to 1 litre.
- Ready to perform your coffee enema
The instructions on the back of the pack are designed to give you the best enema experience. The back of the Coffee Enema Solution packet offers clear instructions on how to prepare your coffee enema solution concentrate. We have made the solution pouch as user-friendly as possible.
One is short and stiff – silicone-based and the other is long and flexible but medically sealed. Both are non-leaching and bio-friendly. We offer these different choices to customers to find which variety they prefer.
You may thoroughly wash the steel enema buckets in soapy hot water or a dishwasher. You can also use a non-toxic organic soap such as a coconut oil soap. You can turn the silicone bags inside out and wash them with water and soap.
There are various ways to set up your enema equipment depending on your personal needs and space. But we strongly suggest setting up your enema equipment in close proximity to a toilet for easy cleaning. Begin by hanging your kit about 75cm above the toilet bowl. Use this set up for a while and make an assessment as to whether you prefer a stronger liquid flow pressure, (higher) or a weaker liquid flow pressure, (lower).
Or better yet set up several hanging points in the bathroom to suit both water and coffee enemas. One high point, one middle and one low.
- Starter Tester Kits – for those people who want to have a little try.
- Full Silicone enema bag or Steel Bucket coffee enema kits – for people who are committed to using coffee enemas to help cleanse their bodies.
- Premium advanced coffee enema kits – or those people who are ready for an advanced cleanse.