What are the Long term Benefits of Coffee Enemas?

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One of my readers asks the question in  a previous article “A Coffee Enema Detox Diary” -“what have you found are the long term benefits of coffee enemas that you have experienced?”  This article is an attempt to answer that question.

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I think, as long as you don’t go overboard with them, there are definite long-term benefits. The first is an increase in energy. As you cleanse out the toxins from your body, particularly the liver area-and a good colon cleanse is sometimes also necessary-with the coffee enemas, you are giving your body some breathing space.

I am now 50 an find I have a lot more energy than I did at 45, when I was beginning to suffer the unwanted effects of toxic build-up in my body. Stress, not drinking or cigarettes, was the main cause, so if I had engaged in those two activities too, I believe my condition would have been a lot worse.

The other thing is that I believe your mental capabilities are enhanced, although since I am not a doctor, I can’t prove this has anything to do with the coffee enemas but any people say this who take organic coffee enemas.

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Kimchi anyone?

But it is important to remember that it wasn’t just coffee enemas that brought about my current state. I also changed my diet-as I realized I had a toxic body from a combination of fast food, fizzy drinks and the stress of being a salesman and main breadwinner. At this present time I am in Korea where they eat almost no fat.

Meat is hugely expensive,the bread tastes pretty bland and horrible (most Koreans don’t eat it) and I don’t drink a lot of milk these days (like the Koreans) so diet -wise I am probably inadvertently also following a good diet solution.  Their local favorite, kimchi (fermented cabbage) has got some health benefits similar to probiotics (I am told by my Korean friend-who is not a doctor either, and I have not been able to research this).  By the way- kimchi so far has had no perceived health benefits  for me-it tastes vile but I will eat it if I am served it!

Also I try to exercise with an high intensity workout 2 or 3 times a week. It sounds dramatic, but basically I do a few fitness routines at home and run up a hill near my house and climb wearily down!

If I feel (and you do get to feel in yourself after a while of taking coffee enemas) slightly groggy and “gluggy” in my insides (by which I mean the liver and kidneys) I either fast a meal or two and take some apple cider vinegar with hot water or I take a coffee enema or two and that usually makes me feel better.

I think the other benefit of this kind of lifestyle is that you keep your insides clean. I have had virtually no diarrhea since living in Korea, after being told I could expect it as an automatic thing as a visitor. Oh , And avoid the local tap water if you live in most major cities of the world, including Seoul, where everybody seems to have bottled water to drink! I want to avoid heavy metals poisoning which might necessitate a heavy metals detox, something one should consider if you are always feeling lethargic,you’ve been to the doctor and eliminated other possibilities and still find that nothing seems to shake it (even exercise) -especially if it is the case that you also have mercury fillings in your mouth.

So yes-there are health benefits to coffee enemas but not in isolation. I also keep a supply of organic enema coffeeon hand for my liver detox. and ensure the enema bucket is clean and I have a supply of organic coffee for enemas. And I also try and eat well and exercise

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Are coffee enemas safe?

Are Coffee Enemas safe?

Are Coffee Enemas safe

Some people  have taken coffee enemas daily for years without experiencing  problems.  I can only

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say that I am a recent enthusiastic convert to them, have used coffee enemas as part of my health regimen intermittently over a two year period, and up to now I have had no problems-only seeing the benefits.  However, one thing I have learned, is they need to be performed correctly.

As the site disclaimer will tell you I am not a medical doctor, so obviously we always advise that it is a good idea to check with your Health Professional first before using coffee enemas (and it would help to find someone who actually knows about using coffee enemas, to start with!).  Having said that, I have personally consulted with a few people more knowledgeable than me on the subject of natural detox tips and coffee enemas, and the following are my findings.  As in most health matters, you need to pay attention to your body and your own state of health, and be informed about what you are doing…

Kristina Amelong of the Optimal Health Network recommends doing a full colon cleanse before having coffee enemas. For a colon cleanse we would recommend something like Ultimate Colon Cleanse or Dr Floras. See the page on Best Colon Cleanse.  Ian Solley, an author in this field advises: “Just a word of caution: .. be careful …(in advising the practice of)…coffee enemas without first doing two weeks of butyrate and peppogest to help liquify the bile sludge in the gall bladder that can occur in some people. If this is not done then you risk actually blocking the bile ducts.”  So although I am not a user of his particular detox product, you may want to consider his advice, as he has a lot of experience in this field.

As I say, I have personally used coffee enemas for a while safely (without taking the two supplements mentioned above) and have not had untoward side effects.  Also, it was made absolutely clear to me on the coffee enemas/detox program I followed, from both the program author, and my friend who coached me on their use, that one should not do the enemas in isolation:the program required you to use supplements. I believe it is essential that you supplement with the right vitamins and minerals and Super green food (which you can get from this site) when you are doing the coffee enemas, otherwise you may get dehydrated and dizzy, apart from any other side effects.  On my natural detox program involving coffee enemas I drank plenty of natural juices and only distilled water in my drinks.  I have read that drinking orange or pineapple juice just before taking the enemas should help with the “electrolytes”.

To learn more about safety of enemas, I wrote to the company in Malaysia, whose detox program I have used (and highly recommend), and one of their team told me  People who intend to do the gallbladder flush (flushing out the gall stones) must do the stones softening for 2 weeks prior to the flush. It is utmost important as unsoftened stones may cause blockage in the duct while being flush out. As for coffee enema, you don’t need to worry”  The gentleman who wrote to me has a BSc in Nutrition but I noted their site also advised you also do check with a Healthcare practitioner.  (By the way I am not advocating or talking about a gallbladder flush in this article.  That is something different).

What are some Side Effects of Coffee Enemas?

Can result in caffeine dependence if taken without care and too much.
* Pregnant or nursing and children should not have coffee enemas.
* If you suffer from some ailments like diverticular disease, Crohn’s disease, congestive heart failure, intestinal tumors and similar ailments you should not have coffee enemas.
* Excessive enemas may cause dehydration.

Opponents of coffee enemas say that coffee enemas pose a potential danger to the rectum, since bowel perforation has been linked to hard insertion devices. However, at the Gerson-oriented clinics, they use a short nozzle, which is not likely to inflict any harm. The one I use is supposed to be inserted only two inches or so. It should be properly lubricated with something like Vitamin E cream. Dr. N. Gonzalez, a proponent of coffee enemas, advocates a soft rubber tube.

Critics often mention the deaths of two Seattle women, which were attributed to fluid and electrolyte abnormalities, following enema overuse. One woman took up to 12 coffee enemas in a single night and then continued at a rate of one per hour. The other took four enemas daily.  To me that sounds fairly ludicrous-but, again, I’m not a doctor, so who am I to say?!  I took two coffee enemas a day only for one period of 6 days and that felt like it was more than sufficient!   Obviously, common sense should prevail in any procedure.

In a coffee enema, the coffee has to be of the regular caffeinated kind and all the reliable sources I have read say it should be organic. The coffee should be about half the strength of coffee used for drinking, and should be served warm, not so hot as to hurt tender tissues, but not so cold that it will bring on cramps.
Kristina Amelong of the Optimal Health Network, responded to my query on the safety of her enemas with this assurance:” In the 12 years of working with colon cleansing, I have never come across it being a health hazard with the proper attention to the details as I have laid them out in my article on Using Enemas Safely. (to view this click on the link below and go to the article): Visit Optimal Health Network for Coffee Enemas

Dr Lawrence Wilson M.D says:”I quickly saw the benefits of coffee enemas. They heal the colon, remove many toxins from the liver and colon, reduce pain and many symptoms of toxicity, and often increase mental clarity as well.”

Dr. William Donald Kelley, D.D.S., M.S., a pioneering anti-cancer researcher, who managed to add years to his life after being diagnosed at an early age with pancreatic cancer, said this of coffee enemas, which were a key part of his anti-cancer regimen: “The coffee enema is very stimulating to the liver and is the greatest aid in elimination of the liver’s toxic wastes…The coffee enema, besides stimulating liver detoxification, also has beneficial effects in cleaning the colon…The proper removal of toxins and debris from the colon is absolutely essential in all conditions of disease and ill health.”

For those interested, he wrote the well-known self-help book: One Answer to Cancer, first published in 1967, and an updated edition, Cancer: Curing the Incurable Without Surgery, Chemotherapy or Radiation (2001).  For Cancer:Curing the Incurable click here

So there you have it-coffee enemas have, I believe, and from what you can learn yourself from the above and other sources, a very significant role in healing and preventing disease and you should not let concerns and fears about the safety of using them (often caused by lack of information or mis-information) outweigh the coffee enemas’ benefits, as I believe these to be substantial.

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Effects of Coffee Enemas

As with other enemas, coffee enemas cause peristalsis and encourage the evacuation of the intestine. Increased bile flow also causes the small intestine to become more alkaline.  Many Health professionals and natural health practitioners agree a more alkaline system is necessary for good health.  So this will improve digestion.

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Another aspect of coffee that is noteworthy is that it has the effect of working like an astringent in the large intestine, assisting cleaning out the walls of the colon.

As stated in our post on Toxic food, one of the main causes of poor health is the production and absorption of toxins within the small and large intestines-usually from poor diet or poor digestion. If food is not digested properly, the sugars end up fermenting and the protein starts to putrefy. This ends up producing toxic chemicals which are then absorbed into your liver.

The coffee enema improves one’s digestion by causing the  bile flow to increase and taking out toxins in the large intestine so they will not be absorbed.  Probably the majority of people with health complaints suffer from impaired digestion and the fact that toxins of some kind are being produced in the intestines.

So why not just drink coffee by the gallon?

benefits of coffee enemasWell, because for a lot of people it just makes you more “hyper” or jittery. My friends told me to avoid drinking it with my particular health condition-but you are different and need to seek your own health advice on that point. I was told to stay off coffee with the external hemorrhoid problem I had, and it does not agree with those who suffer from irritable bowel syndrome and acid reflux, or of a nervous disposition. Dr Jerry Walters, a Gerson therapy exponent, tested the effects of coffee taken both rectally and by mouth. He found that, by mouth coffee contains aromatic acids that irritate and often upset the stomach;rectally, these same aromatics “do no harm”. By mouth, he found that coffee tends to raise blood pressure and cramp capillaries in your extremities (e.g the toes)-the same doesn’t apply to coffee taken rectally. Yes, true, coffee taken orally does seem to help with reducing the risk of some diseases like liver cirrhosis and liver cancer, and it has useful antioxidants-but it is addictive! Most people who are used to getting a “caffeine Buzz” report the opposite with a coffee enema-a calming effect. I confirm that too.

The products I used are only available through network marketing unfortunately, and are expensive to order if you live in Australasia , Europe or the States, and ,at this point,unavailable online. So I have researched some alternatives for you (SEE LINK BELOW).

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(The above link is a sponsored advertisement.  The owner of this website is a bona fide user of coffee enemas, but not from Optimal Health Network per se.)

The above site offers good products, including the enema buckets and related equipment.  Study the information they have available and it will help you decide if a coffee enema will help you in your detox needs.  They have a useful forum which you can participate in.

If you already know about enemas, maybe have your own enema bucket, you may just want to check out other enema products discreetly. This site may then be useful: ShopInPrivateEnemas.

The Optimal Health program-or any other you opt for- may recommend different supplements but it is important to take the right supplements during the period of the detox, and, as frequently stated in our site disclaimer, consult with your doctor first.

What are the benefits of using a coffee enema?

Kristina Amelong, founder of the Optimal Health Network, says in a YouTube video which you can view above: “By doing coffee enemas along with a rebuilding and cleansing program, I have seen my clients regain their health from fibromyalgia, chronic back pain, prostatitis,intestinal disorders, chemical sensitivities, withdrawal from cigarettes, diabetes and many other health imbalances”.

So one can gather from the above that there are health benefits but that you cannot take the coffee enema in isolation. You need to accompany it with a “rebuilding and cleansing program“. When I did my own detox I was taking a Health Drink, a Cleansing Drink – consisting of 1 glass of distilled water, 1 teaspoon of raw honey and a teaspoon of the appropriate herbal laxative powder to cleanse out the colon, and a Tissue-building drink + other supplements. I will endeavor to cover this more fully in future posts, but consult the Optimal Health network for what supplements and detox programme they advise if you decide to do the detox with coffee enemas.

Also, Dr Ralph Moss PH.D says in his widely read, and oft-reprinted newsletter : “In general, coffee enemas are an important tool for physicians who try to detoxify the body. This is not to say they are a panacea. They certainly require much more research. But coffee enemas are serious business: their potential should be explored by good research—not mined for cheap shots at alternative medicine or derisively dismissed as yet another crackpot fad.

I have found it helped with general well-being, and keeping a persistent hemorrhoid problem at bay.  But note: if you have severe hemorrhoids you should avoid a coffee enema or get a properly adapted tube for the enema bucket.

Who should not use coffee enemas?

The list of those who should not undertake a detox program involving coffee enemas, such as those with heart disease is listed in the previous post Coffee Enemas (1).

What sort of coffee should you use for the enemas?

Do not use de-caff. Use only organic coffee which you can get from clicking on the link below or from ShopInPrivateEnemas and specific health stores.


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Please read the Site Disclaimer. I am not a medical doctor but have used coffee enemas safely and with great success. You need to consult your own Health Professional before undergoing any detox program or applying any recommendations with respect to your own symptoms or medical condition.This is not a prescription for self-diagnosis or self-medication.

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A useful site on the Gerson therapy & info on enemas: Gerson Hawaii

Related reading (U.K readers) : A Cancer Therapy: Results of Fifty Cases and the Cure of Advanced Cancer

Ralph Moss’s Website :www.ralphmoss.com