Month: August 2018

Understand Your Enema Bag Kit

August 13, 2018

One of the most important things to perform enema is a rubber enema bag kit or some other type of enema equipment. You are more likely to use a rubber enema bag or a stainless steel enema bucket to perform the enema. 1. Enema bag and bucket– The enema bag or bucket functions as a […]

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What are the Benefits of Performing a Coffee Enema

August 11, 2018

In the beginning, it may seem like a difficult task to perform a coffee enema session. The use of enema equipment and the insertion of the tube may seem like the most daunting task ever. But once you start noticing the wellness part of the coffee enema, you would definitely want to do it again. […]

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When do you Need an Enema

August 10, 2018

Enemas are usually recommended as the last resort to those suffering from constipation or sometimes before performing a diagnostic procedure such as colonoscopy. While enemas do provide relief from constipation, caution must be taken as there might be side effects. Most doctors, before recommending enemas will prescribe laxatives, suppositories or a high fiber diet to […]

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Things you Need to Know before Trying a Colon Cleansing Enema

August 9, 2018

If you want to purge your colon of the accumulated waste fast and effectively, then enema is the perfect option for you. As compared to other nutrition based cleansing procedures, it goes right to the source- the colon. An enema is basically a liquid, which is injected into the colon via the rectum. This is […]

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How to Perform High Enema

August 6, 2018

A high enema is slightly different from a regular enema. a regular enema is aimed to wash out fecal matter from the area near the rectum. A high enema, on the other hand, is used to clean most of the colon. How to perform a high enema? For a high enema, usually only distilled water […]

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Regular Enemas vs. Retention Enemas

August 1, 2018

During a retention enema, a liquid is held in the large intestine. Usually, 1-4 cups of liquid is administered through an enema equipment and held for 15-30 minutes before evacuating the contents in the toilet. The purpose of a retention enema is to: 1. Re-inoculate the intestines, or 2. Add nutrition in the form of […]

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