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.)
Can you use regular coffee for Enema?
The vast majority of people who are sensitive to caffeine consumed orally typically have no problem with an enema made with coffee. This is because the digestive process is bypassed with an enema and so absorption of caffeine into the bloodstream is very low. Any type of coffee can be used for enema as long as it is caffeinated.
How to do coffee enema for beginners?
- Gerson Institute on how coffee enemas work
- Gerson FAQs on coffee enemas
- Dr. Vickers explains coffee enemas with Chris Wark
- Dr. Vickers explains the “sludge”
- Dr. Wilson’s excellent resource
- What to do when you can’t hold the coffee enema
- Dr. Linda Isaacs on coffee enemas
- Dr. Kelly Brogan
How to make a safe enema solution easily at home?
Method 1 Method 1 of 2: Mixing a Saline Solution Enema
- Pour 4 cups (0.95 L) of warm water into a large clean bottle. …
- Add 2 teaspoons (11 g) of table salt to the bottle. Use a measuring spoon to drop the table salt right into the bottle with the warm water.
- Seal the bottle shut and shake it until the salt dissolves. …
- Pour the recommended amount of warm saline into the enema bag. …