how does a coffee enema work?

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How often should I do a coffee enema?

Some of the most common retention enemas include ( 5, 6, 7 ):

  • Coffee. Coffee enemas are a mixture of brewed, caffeinated coffee and water thought to promote bile removal from the colon. …
  • Mineral oil. This type of enema works primarily by lubricating waste inside of your colon, sealing it with water, and promoting its removal.
  • Probiotic. …
  • Herbal. …

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What kind of coffee should you use for an enema?

  • Where and how the product was grown (the best coffee is organic and grows near the equator at altitudes of more than 5,000 feet).
  • When it was harvested.
  • When it was roasted (generous estimates claim that coffee beans stay fresh for about four weeks after roasting. More realistic claims give you about 1-2 weeks.)

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What is the best way to do a coffee enema?

  • Prep yourself a little bed of towels to lie on in the bathtub or bathroom. …
  • If you have not had a bowel movement, take a plain water enema first, before the coffee enema. …
  • Be sure the plastic hose is pushed or fastened well onto the enema bag and the thin enema tip is attached to the other end.
  • Remove any air from the enema tube the following way. …

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How and why to do a coffee enema?

  • Brew 2 tablespoons of coffee in a 1-liter mixture of distilled water. …
  • Allow sufficient time for the coffee mixture to cool to room temperature. …
  • Place towels down on a bed, couch, or other area where the person can lie on their left side to instill the water. …
  • Instill the coffee mixture into the rectum using an enema system. …

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