Dr. Max Gerson introduced coffee enema back in the 1930s. In this enema about 500ml of coffee is pushed into the rectum, this amount only reaches up to the sigmoid colon. There is no loss of minerals and electrolytes in Coffee Enema because their absorption occurs well before the sigmoid colon. Coffee enema is even safe for those who are allergic to coffee because it is not absorbed into the systemic circulation. You may take this enema once or twice. It has the following benefits:
● Pain Reliever
● Powerful and Natural
● Coffee also acts as an astringent in the large intestine, helps cleanse the colon walls.
● Toxin Elimination
The major benefit of the coffee enema is the elimination of toxins through the liver. Caffeine, theophylline, and theobromine dilate the blood vessels and bile ducts, stimulate the liver to discharge more bile and boost the detoxifying process into high gear and heal inflammation. Indeed, endoscopic studies confirm they increase bile output.
● Stimulates Liver
Kahweol and cafestol palmitate found in coffee promotes the activity of a key enzyme system called glutathione S-Transferase. This is an important mechanism in the detoxification of carcinogens, as the enzyme group is responsible for neutralizing free radicals. Coffee enema stimulates the activity of this system by 600- 700%.
COFFEE ENEMA PROCEDURE
1- This enema is retained for 12-14 minutes, during this time blood circulates in the liver three times, and blood is purified. A coffee enema can be given several times a day, few patients take up to seven times a day. Normally if the pain is not relieved it may be taken more than one time. You should relax while taking enema; you may listen to music or read the newspaper while relaxing. The best time for a coffee enema is either early morning after you passed the motion or during the daytime.
2- Grind organic coffee beans. Put approx. 750ml of filtered water in a steel pan and bring it to boil. Add 2-5 heaped Tbsp coffee powder, 3 Tbsp is ideal. It is roughly 20-25grams. Let it continue to simmer for ten minutes or more and then turn off the burner. Allow it to cool down to a very comfortable, tepid temperature. Test it with your finger. It should be the same temperature as your body’s temperature. Filter the coffee with fine mesh steel sieve into a jug. This is approximately 500ml.
3- Pour 2 cups (500ml) of coffee into the enema pot. Be sure the plastic hose is clamped tightly. Now open the clamp and grasp, but do not close the clamp on the hose. Place the enema tip in the sink. Hold up the enema bag above the tip until the coffee begins to flow out. As soon as it starts flowing, quickly close the clamp. This expels any air in the tube.
4- Lubricate the enema tip with a small amount of coconut oil or KY jelly. Create a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. After a few days, you will thoroughly enjoy this ritual.
5- Light a candle, play some light music, and most importantly, make sure you are comfortable and warm. We recommend placing a pillow with a washable cover under your head and lying down on an old towel.
6- The position preferred is lying on your back. With the clamp closed hang the pot about 3 feet above your belly. We like to hang the enema pot on a drip stand.
7- Insert the tip gently into the anus and open the clamp slowly. You should relax and breathe. The coffee may take a few seconds to begin flowing. If you develop a cramp, close the hose clamp, turn from side to side and take a few deep breaths. The cramp will usually pass quickly. Usually, nothing happens.
8- When all the liquid is inside, close the clamp and remove it slowly. Retain the enema for 12- 14 minutes. You may remain to lie on the floor.
9- After 14 minutes or so, go to the toilet and empty your gut. Take your time. Wash the enema pot and tube thoroughly with soap and water.
10- Take more potassium in the form of fruits and vegetable juices if you take a coffee enema regularly (S.A.Wilsons.com).