The coffee enema was used for cleansing and detoxifying the body for thousands of years. Its use is about 4000 years in the Hindu Vedas, the oldest known medical manual, dated and has since been used in almost all ancient cultures as a means of cleansing and cleansing the body. The ancient Greeks, Chinese, Romans and Sumerians describe the digestion of the bowel with the enema.
Hippocrates, father of modern medicine (400BC), described the enema as a useful way to cleanse the intestine. His writings were used in many medical textbooks and the enema was a popular medical treatment for many health regulations. In the seventeenth century the enema was very popular, and most families were considered an enema kit practically. Dr. Harvey Kellogg in the 1900s was famous for his health retreat, where he helped to cure many thousands of people of all kinds of hygienic conditions, usually with a diet, exercise and enema to clean colon.
What is a coffee enema and how does it work?
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A coffee enema is a way to feed water with coffee into the rectum. This does not have the same effect as drinking coffee. If the liver reaches coffee and its metabolites (theophylline and theobromine) have a double effect: firstly, hepatotoxicity stimulates enzymes, leading to an increase in blood detoxification and, on the other hand, causes causes the bile ducts to become more complete and open bile release. The liver is responsible for cleaning the blood of most toxins and toxins it contains, and if the liver does not reach this function, a build up of toxins will overflow your body, leading to diseases and conditions.
Caffeine candy, in proper use, can significantly increase the function of liver detoxification enzymes (glutathione and superoxide dismutase), which lead directly to blood cleaner and healthier body. In addition, if coffee lysis causes more bile ducts and more bile streams through the bile ducts, a poisonous liver large amounts of detoxification through the bile rapidly hurts the body of large amounts of detoxification. How to make a coffee enema
To be able to carry out a coffee enema, you will need the following equipment:
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An enema bag with a enema nozzle, pure organic coffee (preferably raw coffee), distilled or reverse osmosis water, lubricant (oil or petroleum jelly), a quiet cleaning area where you can and have alone and undisturbed (a tile or wooden floors in the case of leak!), a towel, tissue or toilet paper, a clock or clock, and a relaxing song or book.
After boiling the pure organic coffee for a few minutes for a few minutes, mix the heat for 5 minutes at low heat. Then allow more distilled or vice versa to cool the coffee mixture to make sure it is at body temperature. Bring coffee so that there is no solid coffee in the mixture and pour it into the enema bag with the outlet of the narrow inlet nozzle. You must fill in the 1-liter character.
Turn on the right side and lubricate the tip of the inlet tube and also smear your anal area with some lubricant. Breathe deeply and tip the tip of the tube into your rectum, no more than 3 centimeters.
Once inserted, slowly open the clamp to allow the coffee mixture to flow into your rectum. How slowly to add the coffee mixture is to stop and pause if you massage the buildup of pressure and gently from the left side of the stomach so that the coffee along the curve in your large intestine here known as the sigmoid flexure.
After all coffee is placed in your large intestine, try to keep the fluid for 12 to 15 minutes. This may not be the first time you create the enema, but you can build it slowly in practice. Continue your stomach while waiting for the elapsed time. After a few minutes, roll over your back and roll on the massage.
After a maximum of 15 minutes you can go to the bath and release the intestine. This helps to prevent your large intestine and incidents or shortcomings in the large intestinal wall (which can lead to diverticular disease and other problems).