Wellness Warrior TV: How to do a coffee enema
Yes, that’s right, I’m going there. Out of all of the emails I receive from readers of this blog, a fair chunk of them are dedicated to asking questions about coffee enemas. What are they? What do they do? How exactly do you do them? Can you rupture your bowel? Do they stop you from pooping normally? Are your bathroom walls covered in coffee stains? So, in the name of productivity, I decided to answer all of your coffee enema concerns in one video.
In the demonstration you will learn …
• The purpose of a coffee enema
• How to prepare the coffee for your enema
• The tips and tricks we use to make enema-time easy, comfortable and efficient
• The best position for your bucket for enema success
• How to lie while doing an enema
• Which common coffee enema misconceptions are not true
You will notice in the clip that I use coconut oil and rub the excess oil on my arm. Fellow Gerson people will know that coconut oil isn’t a Gerson-approved ingredient, but it’s a rule I chose to break with my enemas. If you aren’t comfortable with coconut oil, use vegetable glycerine.
Note: In case you’re worried that pressing play on this video will give you an eye full of something you’re not all that keen on seeing, you’ll be pleased to know this is the PG version of an enema demonstration.
You might also want to read: Coffee Enemas – What Can Go Wrong.
If you have any other questions about coffee enemas, pop them in the comments section below this post.
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