Organic Coffee

organic coffee labelFor anyone who decides to do a coffee enema, there is inevitably the choice of what kind of coffee to use.  While it can be convenient to use whatever you’ve got laying around, using organic coffee for your coffee enema is the best way to go, whichever way you look at it.  The health benefits of drinking organic coffee greatly outweigh any price difference or inconvenience, and the coffee you use for your enema is no different.  Actually, because the coffee you use during the enema will come into direct contact with your intestinal wall. Unlike drinking coffee where there is a whole digestion process before the coffee is absorbed into the body, coffee used during your coffee enema is absorbed directly into your bloodstream

Have you ever heard of free radicals? They’re atoms or groups of atoms with missing electrons, and can cause serious heal problems, including cancer.  Free radicals are formed during oxidation when some of the oxygen atoms do not bind with hydrogen atoms. As a result, they seek the missing electrons from their neighboring molecules that are healthy.

organic coffee beansAntioxidants are substances that neutralize the free radicals in the body and protect it from cellular damage.  There are many anti-oxidants in foods like fruits, vegetable, and other foods contain vitamins A, C, and E. A diet rich in antioxidants reduces the risk of developing certain types of cancer as well as stress related diseases in addition to slowing down the aging process.

This is where organic coffee beans come in.  While many studies show that after roasting, organic and non organic coffee contain the same amounts of antioxidants, there are still others that claim the opposite.  Whichever side you believe, the fact that a pot of fresh roasted coffee can bring you clear and definite health benefits is undeniable.  These free-radical destroying antioxidants produce even quicker and more obvious health benefits when absorbed directly into he bloodstream from a coffee enema.

fair trade organic coffeeThen there’s the problem of pesticides.  It’s a wonder people still drink non-organic coffee, but with modern advertising techniques and general apathy by the common coffee drinker, most people forget that the coffee they drink every is grown with some pretty dangerous pesticides.  That’s not to say that all non-organic coffee is going to poison and kill you, but there are still some very real dangers non-organic coffee presents to the regular coffee enthusiast.  Pesticides like Thiodan, Dursban, and Disulfoton are used on coffee plants to prevent insects like the coffee cherry borer and the leaf miner.  Maybe you’ve never heard of these things, but you can bet that you wouldn’t volunteer to ingest it.  Pesticides like these damage the surrounding environment and wildlife.  The water, soil, plant life, and animal life damaged by these chemical is just the beginning – imagine what the coffee beans grown in this type of environment are slowly doing to you.

Though fair trade practices in the buying and selling of coffee beans may not affect the results of the enema, those that buy and support organic coffee tend to pay attention to things like this.  Fair trade organizations help out on both sides of the buying and selling of coffee.  By giving coffee farmers a better price for their product there is more incentive to meet a high standard of bean growing and organic farming.  Pure, organic, high quality coffee growing means that a better bean is grown, a better roast is produced, and a healthier, tastier product is the end result.

So, when you decide to do your coffee enema, remember that it’s not necessary to use organic coffee.  It is however, an obviously better choice to do so.  Did you know that there’s organic coffee designed specifically for enema use? Learn more here.
Or you can read more about how coffee enemas can be used as a liver detox cleanse.

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