One filters the coffee grounds before putting the liquid in the enema bag.
One then places this mixture in the colon and retains it for about 15 minutes.
This does not happen to me anymore now that my colon is fairly clean.
The coffee enema immediately made the pain in my liver, and all over my body and head, slip away. Ever since then, they are my go-to detox method for toxic symptoms.
Technically, the coffee enema is a coffee implant and a retention enema.
This means that one implants or applies the coffee herb into the colon, and the procedure is to retain the coffee mixture for 15-20 minutes.
I set my fears aside and just went ahead, bought the enema bag, and boiled the coffee.
I started with a water one first and let me tell you I was terrified I was going to tear my colon wall or my stomach was going to rip open from too much water.Neither of those have happened, and I was over exaggerating the process in my head.Words of wisdom to all the newbies- don’t think and just do it.A coffee enema is an ancient herbal hydrotherapy procedure.It consists of filling an enema bag or bucket with a mixture of about 2 to 4 cups of filtered or distilled water, and ¼ to 2 tablespoons of coffee that has been boiled or percolated for up to 12 minutes or so.There are many things that can stop a body from going regularly to the bathroom. A coffee enema is special because it does not just detox the colon, but the liver too!