The benefits of an enema
Iridologists have long known that the colon contains reflex points, which correspond to organs all over the body. If the colon is particularly toxic at a certain point, the health of the corresponding organ will be adversely affected.
The bowel can in effect become a toxic pool, which pollutes the rest of the body and has a profoundly adverse effect on overall health and vitality. The liver is first in line as toxins have a direct route from the bowel to the liver via the special hepatic portal circulatory system.
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Step-by-step instructions on how to give yourself an organic coffee enema
Allow plenty of time and ensure you won’t be interrupted. The best time for an enema is first thing in the morning, ideally after a bowel movement.
- You will need body temperature clean pure water and a little top up hot water.
- Finely ground organic coffee of your choice.
- Home enema kit
- A little organic olive oil
- Try to find a day where you have privacy
When you are ready to start:
The different types of Enema
WATER – Use a litre of pure bottled water (never use tap water due to chlorine content). Useful when first trying an enema or as a preliminary wash out enema before taking a second enema of coffee or herbs.
HERBAL – A blend of burdock root, chamomile, red clover and raspberry leaf is a good detoxifying and calming enema. Pour a litre of boiling water onto 4 rounded teaspoons of the herbs, infuse for 15 minutes and strain.
COFFEE – Coffee enemas are occasionally used as part of a specific and intensive detoxification regime under the guidance of a practitioner, for chronic illness. Take 3 rounded dessertspoons of organic ground coffee (the more finely ground the better) and add to one litre of bottled water. Boil for 3 minutes and simmer for a further 20 minutes. Strain, using a fine sieve, and make up the liquid to one litre by adding more water if necessary.