Coffee enemas are a time-tested proven therapy with numerous benefits. In this post I’ll share step-by-step how to perform a coffee enema at home with ease.
If you’re wondering why in the world you would want to do a coffee enema, check out my blog post here. Below are a few reasons.
Benefits of a coffee enema:
- Liver and GI detox
- Alleviate constipation
- Clear parasites
- Antioxidant support
- Glutathione enhancer
- Choleretic Effects
- Relaxed nervous system
- Glowing skin
Here’s your step-by-step guide for performing a coffee enema successfully and easily.
- High-quality, organic coffee
- Enema Kit
- Distilled water
- Stainless steel strainer
- Large glass mason jar
- Coconut oil
Step 1: Heat the water and coffee
- Bring 4 cups of distilled water to a boil
- Add 3-4 tablespoons of ground organic coffee to the pot
- Boil on high for 3 minutes then cover and let simmer for 12-15 minutes
- Remove pot from stove
- Pour coffee into glass mason jar using a strainer to catch the coffee grounds
- Cool in freezer or refrigerator.
- Use a thermometer to check the temperature. Temp should be between 90-100 degrees fahrenheit.
Step 2: Set up your bathroom for procedure
Hang your enema bag somewhere high, so the coffee can flow easily. I hang it on my shower rod.
Make sure the enema bag, hose, and tip are clean. I use a combination of non-toxic dish soap, unscented castile soap and essential oils to clean my enema equipment.
Have a designated spot to lay down, either in the tub or on the floor. I lie on the floor on a yoga mat and towel. I also have a travel pillow I use to rest my head.
Step 3: Perform your enema
Hang your enema bag in your bathroom on a towel rack or shower rod. Make sure the clamp in closed, so the fluid doesn’t leak out when you pour it in the bag. Lubricate the tip with coconut oil to make insertion easy. When you have the bag hanging and the tube clipped, you’re ready to add the coffee.
Turn on some relaxing music, turn off your phone, and empty your bladder. Lie on the floor on your left side. Insert the enema tip gently. When you feel comfortable, release the clamp on the water line and let the coffee enter. Keep one hand on the clamp, so you can adjust the flow at any time.
Retain for 12-15 minutes
Breath deeply and retain the fluid as long as you can. 12-15 minutes is ideal, but if you have to release after 5 minutes, that’s okay.
After retaining the coffee for 12-15 minutes, you should start feeling a strong urge to go. Release the coffee in the toilet and you’re done! This is a great way to get the liver to dump bile and toxins quickly.
Repeat as often as needed. Dr. Max Gerson recommends 4-6 times per day for cancer therapy. However, that’s likely too much for most people. Depending on your health condition and reason for doing a coffee enema, you may try once per day, a couple times per week, or once per quarter. You’re the best judge of what is right for you.
A couple times a year, I’ll do daily enemas for a week as a detox and reset. For maintenance, I do a couple times per month.
Please share your thoughts below. Do you implement coffee enemas as part of your health regimen?
*This information is for educational purposes only. Please consult with your doctor to determine if coffee enemas are right for you.