How do you want your coffee?” is a question that we hear a lot. A coffee colon cleanse probably would not immediately come to mind.
Coffee Enemas Have a History in Healing
In many cultures, colon cleansing has been used to improve health. As early as 1917, the renowned Dr. Kellogg from the U.S. reported to the Journal of the American Medical Association that in excess of 40,000 individuals with gastrointestinal disease had benefited from enemas.
Digestive Health Issues On The Rise
Our current lifestyle has presented enormous health challenges due to additives and chemicals in our food and water. Processed foods create toxic ridges of mucoid plaque in the colon. These ridges are not very easy to remove, and they limit the amount of faeces that can move through the bowel, allowing parasites to flourish.
Toxins are ultimately released into the bloodstream and make their way to the liver. Adverse reactions in the body ensue, which can eventually lead to disease
How Can Colon Enemas Help My Overall Health?
Coffee enemas help to remove the toxic mucoid plaque around the colon walls, thus killing parasites. Coffee enemas are better than water, because they stimulate the liver to create more glutathione which is the body’s best antioxidant, assisting in intracellular DNA health and eliminating toxins residing inside the cells.
Studies have shown that green coffee beans increase glutathione in the liver by almost 700% in the small intestine.
The enema is the best way to gain beneficial effects before reaching the liver.
How Do I Use a Coffee Enema?
A coffee enema should be done at least once a week for general health maintenance and up to four times a day for those with chronic disease.
Use organic coffee boiled with pure water for 3 minutes. Simmer uncovered for about 15 minutes and let cool. The suggested ration is 3 tablespoons of coffee to 1 quart of water. Place the mixture into an enema. Lie on your right side with your knees curled up, insert the nozzle about 2 inches inside the rectum and deposit the water.
After the enema has been deposited, move around a bit to shift the coffee around. It may be challenging, but try to hold the fluid in for 12-15 minutes but no more than 15 minutes.
If allergies are an issue, an alternative to coffee is raw apple cider vinegar, a green juice enema or organic green tea.
Coffee has many wonderful benefits, and using it as an enema probably didn’t come to mind first! It is always a good idea to consult with a medical professional, as some issues present may be a sign of a more serious condition.