Ok, so you’re ready for a coffee enema and all you need are the coffee enema instructions. We’ve got you hooked up.
First, you need to make sure you’ve got all the right supplies.
- Organic Coffee (we strongly suggest organic)
- Glass Brewing Pot
- Enema Bag
- Enema Tube
- Filtered Water
Now, some of the supplies we listed have some pretty specific requirements. Organic coffee is pretty important because the coffee used in the enema will be absorbed directly into your intestinal walls. Unlike drinking a cup of coffee where there’s a whole digestion process preceding absorption into your body, this is more direct. The health benefits and effectiveness are of course increased as well, but just be careful about what kind of coffee you use.
The kind of pot you use is important as well. Use glass. Metal pots and pots from other types of materials can affect the quality of water. During the boiling process small particles from the pot material can dissolve into the water and during the enema, get absorbed into the blood stream. Organic coffee is nice, but not a must. A glass brewing pot is a MUST.
Don’t use drip style coffee. Paper and plastic filters present the same problem as metal pots. Micro-particles from the filter material will affect the quality of the coffee enema, and may get absorbed into he blood stream. Also, if you brew your coffee in a stand alone pot, nutrients and caffeine in the coffee won’t be filtered out. This means that your enema will have greater health benefits for you.
When you boil the coffee (about 1 liter / 4 cups / 2 quarts of water with three tablespoons of freshly ground organic coffee), you can boil the grinds with the water, or first boil the water and the pour the water over the ground coffee. Both methods work, but I prefer to boil the coffee and water together.
Boil for three to five minutes then simmer for fifteen to twenty minutes. Once you’re done brewing the coffee, let it cool. Temperature is important. When you drink coffee, hot is great. You aren’t drinking this pot. Room temp to luke-warm is the MAX temperature you should be using. If you’re unsure for your first time, air on the safe side and go cool. You can seriously damage your intestines if you use hot coffee.
Strain the coffee and add some filtered water. Some water evaporated during the boiling process, and you’ll need to whole liter (2 quarts)
Here’s a summary of what you need to prepare coffee for the coffee enema.
- Get supplies
- Grind Coffee
- Measure Water
- Boil and Simmer Coffee
- Let Cool
- Strain (remove coffee grinds)
- Prepare Enema
For further instructions on how to administer an enema, visit our Step by Step Enema page.
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