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Time for a Coffee . . . Enema

benefits_of_a_coffee_enemaThree years ago I began a journey that radically transformed my personal health. I cut meat and dairy products from my diet, began running marathons, and experienced my first coffee enema.

Yes, I said coffee enema. You can giggle. It’s okay.

The Discovery

I discovered coffee enemas when I first learned about natural cancer therapies from Charlotte Gerson at the Gerson Institute. Charlotte is a spry 90-year old woman who is healthier than nearly every person on the planet.

The Gerson Institute has made a name for itself through their alternative treatments of cancer and other chronic conditions. When a patient completes the Gerson Therapy, he or she usually spend weeks or even months doing nothing but taking coffee enemas and drinking green vegetable juice.

At the end of the treatment the average patient has a radically detoxified body and has become amazingly healthy. Many patients successfully recover from their condition because of this amazing treatment.

What is a Coffee Enema?

In simple terms, you stick a tube in your bum and let in anywhere from 8 to 32 ounces (237 to 946 ml) of organic coffee that is around 98 degrees Fahrenheit (37 degrees Celsius).

The coffee sits in your large intestine for around 15 minutes and then it is released in the toilet.

Benefits and Effects on the Body

While the coffee is in the intestine it is absorbed by a large vein that carries the coffee directly to your liver and gall bladder.

The coffee detoxes these organs while simultaneously helping to relieve constipation and chronic buildup of solid waste in the body.

Many people who regularly take coffee enemas experience improved digestion, weight loss, fewer illnesses, improved mental clarity, and increased energy.


Can Anybody Do a Coffee Enema?

Just about anyone can successfully do an enema of any type, including a coffee enema. People who may be at risk are those who have a significantly weakened immune system, the elderly, and people who don’t like to read instructions.

The greatest risk you face is using coffee that is much too hot, which could burn you. Some people also might try to use too much coffee at one time and risk damaging their internal organs.

The best method is to start with a small amount (8 ounces) and work up to, without exceeding, 32 ounces.

Please don’t take my word for it. I am not a doctor. I am just a guy who loves to be incredibly healthy. Be sure to talk to your naturopathic physician if you have any questions or concerns.

Ready to Get Started?

I strongly suggest you purchase a how-to guide for your first experience because the process is very important. Like I mentioned above, if you don’t like to read instructions you could find yourself in a sticky situation.

You will need a few supplies from the pharmacy, a free day where you won’t be disturbed, and little bit of bravery.

It is a bizarre and enlightening experience that requires self-awareness and a willingness to try something most people never would.

On a Personal Note

I have been taking coffee enemas for a few years now and I truly love the process. I always feel lighter on my feet, clean from the inside out, and surprisingly refreshed.

I have made this a part of my weekly routine because of the amazing benefits I always experience.

Though I do not have a chronic condition such as cancer, I feel that coffee enemas are an integral part of a healthy lifestyle, especially when combined with a healthy diet of organic fruits and vegetables and plenty of exercise.

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Guest Post by:

Jeff Sanders blogs at www.JeffSanders.com about personal growth, daily
habits, and thriving as a vegan athlete. You can get a free copy of his book,
“The 5 AM Miracle,” at www.5amMiracle.com.

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