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Coffee enemas are a helpful part of the detoxification process. The enemas help remove toxins accumulated in the liver. The effects of having a coffee enema are not the same as drinking coffee. The veins of the bum are very close to the surface of the tissue. The caffeine is therefore absorbed more quickly (and in higher concentration) than it is in when coffee is drunk.

Additionally, coffee has a chemical makeup that is stimulative. The enzymes in coffee, known as palmitates, help the liver carry away the toxins in bile acid. The coffee is absorbed into the hemorrhoidal vein (in the anus), and then it is taken up to the liver by the portal vein. With the bile ducts dilated, bile carries toxins away to the gastro-intestinal tract. Simultaneously, peristaltic activity (movement of the bowel) is encouraged because of the flooding of the lower colon. Thus, when the colon is evacuated, the toxins and bile are carried out of the body.

The caffeine from the coffee is absorbed into this circulatory system and goes directly to the liver where it acts as a very strong detoxifier. It decongests the liver, and causes it to dump its toxins. It causes the liver to produce more bile (which contains processed toxins) and stimulates the gall bladder to dump its contents which flows directly into the small intestine for elimination. This frees up the liver, enabling it to process toxins more efficiently, particularly candida toxins and those caused by killing off candida. The coffee only goes to the liver, and does not circulate throughout the body so it does not act like drinking caffeine would.

Caffeine also stimulates an enzyme used by the liver to make its detoxification pathways run. This enzyme is used to form glutathione (an amino acid), which is one of the main components that enable toxins to be eliminated via the bile into the small intestine. Therefore a coffee enema speeds up detoxification and minimizes the backlog of detoxified substances.

Here are some of the benefits of a coffee enema:

  1. increased cell energy production
  2. enhanced tissue health
  3. improved blood circulation
  4. better immunity and tissue repair and
  5. cellular regeneration

Additionally, coffee enemas can help to relieve pain, nausea, general nervous tension and depression.


How to do a coffee enema:

Begin with dry skin brushing
It is beneficial to do “dry skin brushing” immediately before each enema, making up to four passes over each body surface. If you are not accustomed to skin brushing regularly, only make one pass over the body. This stimulates the adrenal glands, so the lymph mucoid will pass into the colon. As soon as an enema is done the channels for the flow open up, allowing some lymphatic detoxification to take place as well.

Get Started
It is best to do an enema first thing in the morning (afternoon and evening is ok just be aware if you have any effects from the caffeine) after a bowel movement so the bowel is empty. It helps to first clean out the bowel with a water-only enema, which is immediately emptied. The goal is to have two enemas, not exceeding 1/2 a quart (2 cups) each, that you are able to hold for 12 to 15 minutes each. Usually 2 or 3 times will use up all of the enema, but that is not your goal. The goal is being able to hold it for 12 to 15 minutes. You can do the whole quart at once if you can hold it for the duration.

You will need the following materials:

  • Use an enema bag, which has a long hose, clamp and nozzle or tip on it. For an enema bag there must be a place to hang it up at door knob level or about 2 feet above the floor because it works on gravity. Do not hang the enema bag too high, as on a shower head, because it will be too forceful as the coffee rushes in. It should flow very gently into the rectum.
  • Coconut oil as a lubricant.
  • Stainless steel cooking pot.
  • 2 tablespoons of organic coffee fully caffeinated, drip grind coffee – do not use non-organic coffee.
  • 1 quart of filtered water. Chlorinated water will destroy the intestinal flora inside your colon. You can boil tap water for 30 minutes in an uncovered pot to remove the chlorine, or leave an open jug of water for 24 hours to get rid of the chlorine.
  • Ice cubes made of filtered water to cool down the coffee.
  • An old towel, only used for doing enemas. They can get stained with coffee.
  • A large plastic bag to protect the floor.
  • Cotton cloth of some kind, i.e. cheese cloth or cotton muslin for straining out the coffee grounds. Do not use paper filters because the fibres will transfer into the coffee.
  • Funnel or pitcher for putting the liquid in the enema bag.


How to make the coffee:

  1. Put slightly less than 1 quart of filtered water in a pan (allowing for extra liquid from the ice
    cubes) and bring it to a boil.
  2. Turn off and add 2 flat tablespoons of coffee (or the coffee amount that was prescribed for
  3. Let it steep for five minutes.
  4. Remove the pan of coffee from the burner.
  5. Add about 3 ice cubes to settle the coffee grounds to the bottom of the pot, and it also cools the
  6. Strain the liquid by pouring it through cotton cloth, cheese cloth or cotton muslin.
  7. Continue to cool the liquid, adding ice cubes one at a time until it is as close to body temperature as possible. Test it with your finger. If you cool it off too much you can re-heat it to the correct temperature. It should not be too warm or too cold because it will cause the body to expel it too quickly.
    *You can also make coffee in a drip coffee maker the night before and warm it in the morning, or use a French press. Take the enema bag to the sink, and clamp the tubing so it is closed. Using a funnel or pitcher fill it. Loosen the clamp so the coffee will run out to the end of the tip and re-clamp the bag when all the air has been removed from the enema tubing.


How to administer the enema:

  1. Lie down on towel on the floor on your back, or on your right side, whichever is more
  2. Lubricate the tip or nozzle with coconut oil.
  3. Gently insert the tip or nozzle of the enema bag into the anus about 4 inches.
  4. Release the clamp and let the first 1/2 quart (2 cups maximum) of coffee flow in. Clamp off the tubing as soon as there is the slightest amount of discomfort or fullness. Clamp off the tubing when 1/2 of the liquid has flowed in.
  5. Do not change positions or use an incline board to cause the enema to enter further into the colon; this defeats the purpose of this type of enema.
  6. Try to retain the enema for at least 12 minutes or more, however, do not force yourself to retain it if you feel that you can’t. When you have clamped the tubing, remove the catheter tip and void when you have to.
  7. Repeat No. 2 — 5 above.
  8. When you have finished your session, rinse out the bag and hang it up to dry. Periodically run boiling water or 1/2 water and 1⁄2 hydrogen peroxide through the empty bag to discourage mold growth when not in use.

When you have clamped the tubing, remove the catheter tip and void when you have to. Coffee enema’s are held in the colon for 12-15 minutes. During this time, the body’s entire blood supply passes through the liver 4-5 times, carrying poisons picked up from the tissues. So the enema acts as a form of dialysis of the blood across the gut wall. However do not force yourself to retain it if you feel that you can’t.

If you feel wired or hyper, or experience a rapid pulse or irregular heartbeats after a coffee enema, you should reduce the amount of coffee, usually by half and increase it after doing about 6 enemas. Be sure that your water is a good clean chemical-free spring, well, or filtered water. Your gallbladder may empty after doing a coffee enema you may hear or feel a squirting out and emptying of the gallbladder. This will happen just under the right rib cage, or sometimes more closely to the midline. If after doing 6-7 enemas you haven’t felt or heard the gall bladder release, consider gradually making the coffee stronger, but do not exceed 8 tablespoon per quart. You could also increase the volume of coffee used, such as 1 1/2 quarts (6 cups), using 3 cups each for two fillings in one session. Sometimes, 3 enemas (2 cups or less each), rather than 2 enemas in one session are more beneficial for some people.

Now you can turn your morning cup of coffee into a detox ritual to help keep your body in optimal health!

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