These BPA free 1.5 Litre enema kits are low-priced and great starter kits for colon cleansing. We chose to supply the plastic buckets because you can see the level of fluid in them and it is much more helpful than the stainless steel ones for beginners.
If you are going to be doing coffee enemas please remember to use organic light roast coffee only with the purest water you can obtain.
With their permission, we have a photocopy of the Little Blue Enema Book (which is no longer in print) from the Gerson Institute. You can add it to your order above in the dropdown menu.
In a perfect world we would have perfect bowels! The reality is, that many systemic disorders such as obesity, cancer, arthritis, bowel disease, chronic constipation, indigestion, anxiety and depression have been linked to an insufficiently clean colon and the body's inability to detoxify itself.
While this form of detox isn't for everybody, there are many people who have had life changing results from adding enemas into their lifestyle on a regular basis.
There are many different kinds of enemas that you can use. The most common is the simple lukewarm saline water enema. There are also mineral oil enemas, yogurt enemas (for helping with IBS), and camomile tea enemas.
What about a coffee enema?
The coffee enema was made popular when Dr. Max Gerson discovered and observed that cancer patients didn't die of the disease process itself, but rather because of the liver's inability to detoxify and process the barrage of dissolving tumor masses and other metabolic toxins released in abundance as a result of his nutritional therapy. The addition of coffee enemas into the protocol resolved this dilemma.
His patients learned to self-administer the enemas up to four times daily to facilitate the continuous release of toxins from the body. The high success rate of the Gerson Therapy with terminal cancer and other serious illnesses is a testament to his nutritional protocol and the coffee enema's detoxifying and restorative benefits for the liver. You can read more here:
Are Enemas dangerous?
Possible injury can occur if the nozzle is not inserted properly, however if done properly there are no dangers. If you have heart or kidney problems enemas can cause an electrolytic imbalance so please make sure you speak to your doctor first.