How To Do An Enema To Freshen Your Insides And Reduce Toxic Build-Up
Enema is amazing for our health! They freshen your colon which is such an important organ for our overall health, wellbeing and vitality.
The colon carries out 2 vital functions that are so important to a healthy digestive system:
- It collects and removes waste and toxins from the body
- It absorbs water and nutrients from our food before releasing it into the bloodstream
Enemas are a great way to flush out waste deposits that may have accumulated over the years.
This not only takes a burden off your colon, it also helps to reduce the strain placed on the liver, kidneys, lymphatic system and even your skin as they all work to expel toxins.
An accumulation of waste and toxins can interfere with the body's metabolism, so you may even experience higher energy levels and increased weight loss as a result. If you've been feeling heavy or sluggish, it could be time for an internal flush.
We make it easy with our superior home enema kit.
How To Use
Important to note that if you're using a brand new enema kit, wash it out 2-3 times with a natural soap such as Dr Bronner’s Castile Soap or Young Living Thieves and warm water.
Your kit is private and personal to you - never share it with anyone else!!
The best time to do an enema is first thing in the morning on an empty stomach (ideally after a bowel movement). Try to do it on a day when you won't be interrupted.
Fill the durable silicone enema bag with 1-2 litres of lukewarm solution (recipes below) being careful not to overfill. Use only filtered water in your solutions and ensure it is a comfortable temperature (between 36-38C or 98-102F).
Use the easy-to-hang hook to set it no more than 3 feet above where you will be doing the enema. The flow control clamp helps to ensure a consistent gentle stream. Make sure there is no air in the tubing by allowing a little of the solution to release into the sink, then clamp the tube to stop the flow.
Be sure to clean equipment thoroughly after every use. Refill for a minimum of 2-3 times and use water in the entire enema bag for maximum efficiency.
Cleaning Your Enema Kit
Be sure to clean and sanitise your kit after EVERY use and allow to dry fully before storing away. Wash the bag with soap and water. Use natural soap or make your own.
Allow the bag, tubing and nozzle to soak for several minutes, then remove and rinse with plain tap water. Finally, run a mix of warm soapy water through the bag and tubing until empty.
Use only filtered water in your solutions and ensure the solution is at a comfortable temperature (between 36-38C or 98-102F).
Note: The recommended time to retain the enema solutions is set out in solution recipes. However, always listen to your body. This process should not cause high levels of discomfort.
The most comfortable and gentle option, this helps your body retain electrolytes (unlike plain water) while softening plaque and faecal build-up.
As well as being known for carcinogenic detoxification, neutralising free radicals, and eliminating toxic bile from the liver, coffee enemas help to promote beautiful skin.
Loaded with potent antibiotic, antifungal, and anti-parasitic properties, garlic is used to clear candida, intestinal worms and other parasites.
Suitable for relief from colitis and chronic constipation, this is a great cleansing option that also helps balance the colon's pH levels.
For people who use enemas regularly, this blend replenishes beneficial bacteria. It is also helpful for people with IBS, constipation, haemorrhoids, inflammatory bowel diseases and colon cancer.
Very soothing with strong anti-inflammatory properties, this solution will help promote the healing of haemorrhoids, irritable bowel syndrome or diverticulitis.