How to do a Coffee Enema:
- Boil a pot with 1 cup of distilled water.
- Add 1-2tbsp (start with 1 if first coffee enema) of organic coffee grounds into the water once boiling.
- Immediately turn to lowest heat setting on stovetop. Cook for 12 minutes.
- After 12 minutes, add 1-2 cups of distilled water. For experienced coffee enema goers, you can use more water but if this is your first coffee enema, it would be best to just use 1 cup. More water = harder to retain the water
- Depending on the temperature of the water you add in, it should be the perfect temperature for insertion almost immediately. You want the coffee to be very warm, just before it would hurt the back of your hand in the pot. So either turn the heat off if it is ready, let it cool if it is too hot, or keep simmering to make it warmer.
- Go to your bathroom and lubricate the tip of your coffee enema with coconut oil.
- Pour the coffee into the enema bag (make sure the tip is higher than the bag itself or else coffee will immediately begin to pour out. While pouring the coffee, pour very slowly and make sure to stop as soon as the grinds start coming out of the pot.
- Slowly and gently insert the tip of the enema into your rectum
- Hang up the coffee enema on a door handle, towel rod, or anything that is approximately 4-6 feet above the ground
- Lie on the floor with your legs elevated (either resting on the wall, or resting on the top of the bathtub lining)
- At this point the warm (it might be slightly uncomfortable but shouldn’t burn) coffee should be entering into your colon. You may experience the strong desire to go to the bathroom right away, chances are this is just gas and increased peristalsis. If it is overwhelming you can clinch the bottom of the enema tip so that the flow slows down. The objective here is to hold the coffee for at least 12 minutes before releasing.
- Once all the coffee is inside your colon, keep the enema tip inside. If you remove the enema tip, then every time you have some gas pockets, it will have nowhere to escape and it will be impossible to hold for 12 minutes.
- While holding for 12 minutes, you may have extreme urges to go to the bathroom. Most of the time, these are false alarms, and it is actually just gas being released and moved. The trick is to be able to breathe through the mild to moderate gas pains, and the gas will be released through the enema tip and the pain will pass. If the pain becomes extreme or does not pass, do not hold it anymore and release into the toilet. Another good thing to do when experiencing gas pains is to roll back and forth from your right side to your left side and hold for 30 seconds each side, before returning to lying on your back.
- After 12 minutes (try to hold for 20 if you can), or when the pain becomes intense, release into the toilet.
- Use less water if it is impossible for you to hold for 12 minutes.
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Healthy Salt (amazing salt for enemas but not featured in the video)