Coffee Enemas and their powerful ability to restore health

Does a cup of coffee get your day started? If so, you are like the  54 percent of the U.S. population who enjoy that daily pick-me-up. But would you ever guess that coffee could even help you heal cancer?

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While the idea of rectal cleansing dates back to the Ancient Egyptians, the notion of caffeine as an enema-related substance is relatively new. It was conceived in 1917, and appeared in the Merck Manual until 1972. (You can get that year's edition here)

In 1920, German scientists investigated caffeine's effect on the bile duct and small intestines. Max Gerson, creator of the natural cancer treatment Gerson Therapy, proposed that coffee enemas had a positive effect on the gastrointestinal tract, and on patients with tuberculosis and cancer. He claimed that unlike saline enemas, the caffeine traveled through the smooth muscle of the small intestine and into the liver. Coffee enemas, cleared even more of the gastrointestinal tract and removed more toxins and bile than a normal enema.

 

What exactly is an enema?


Enemas have been around for a very long time and is the oldest known relief for constipation. It’s a simple process: fluid is injected from a bag into the anus. Usually only water is injected, but other liquids and ingredients including herbs, coffee, oil, and clay might be added.
In simple words, an enema cleans up the colon and induces bowel movements, making you feel cleaner, lighter, and healthier almost immediately. The main job of the colon is to absorb water and nutrients from food and remove waste and toxins. Over the years, the colon walls can become encrusted with non-eliminated waste, making it sluggish and inefficient.


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How does a Coffee Enema Work?


According to the Gerson Institute, coffee enemas have the primary purpose of “removing toxins accumulated in the liver and removing free radicals from the bloodstream.” And it’s not just the caffeine in coffee that is responsible for the benefits of coffee enemas; in fact, studies show that bioavailability of caffeine obtained from coffee enemas is about 3.5 times less than those obtained drinking coffee orally.

When ingested, compounds within coffee either from drinking it or from inserting coffee directly into the colon act like a cathartic that causes the colon muscles to contract. This helps move along stool through the digestive tract; resolving cases of constipation and making it easier to go to the bathroom. Coffee contains caffeine and salts of palmitic acids (kahweol and cafestol palmitate), which are absorbed by the hepatic portal system located in the last section of the colon. The portal veins carry the caffeine and palmitic acids directly to the liver without digestion.

In the liver, kahweol and cafestol act as potent enhancers of glutathione S-transferase which is an important enzyme in the liver. It is part of a major detoxification system that catalyzes the binding of many toxins from the bloodstream to the sulfhydryl group of glutathione so that the toxins can be released into the small intestine and excreted from the body. The caffeine dilates bile ducts and aids the emptying of toxic material from the gallbladder. 
 

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Is There any Research about Coffee Enemas?


Although there isn’t any research that says coffee enema can cure cancer, there are some studies that shown some of the benefits of coffee enemas in the body:

Researchers from the University of Minnesota also demonstrated that coffee enema benefits might include being able to help stimulating the production of a beneficial enzyme created in the liver called glutathione S-transferase, which acts like a antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and natural blood cleanser.

A study published in Clinical Nutrition Research in 2014 studied the use of coffee enemas in preparation for video capsule endoscopy; which allows a doctor to view the inner portions of the gut.

Researchers divided the study's 34 participants into two groups. The first group received a coffee enema plus polyethylene glycol and the second group received just polyethylene glycol.

The researchers found there was no difference between the two groups in terms of visibility of the first portion of the small bowel. However, the doctors found that visibility of the middle and lower segments of the small intestine was better in the participants who had been given the coffee enema.

 

Big pharma doesn't want the people to know about the benefits of coffee enemas


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As with the Gerson Therapy, Big Pharma doesn't want the people to know about the benefits of coffee enemas; just because it’s not beneficial for them. That is the reason why there's not any research about this topic.

Watch late Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez speaking about it in an interview for "The Truth About Cancer Documentary":
 

 

Reasons to try Coffee Enemas


There are many reasons to try coffee enemas. Here are the top 6 reasons for animes you try and enjoy its benefits:
 

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# 1 - Cleans and heals the colon and digestive tract.


In addition to detoxifying, coffee enemas give the colon the opportunity to be cleaned without disrupting or altering the normal gut flora. Doing regularly the coffee enemas not only keeps the digestive tract clean, but remains free from waste and accumulation of toxics.
 

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# 2 - Improves energy levels, increases mental clarity and mood.


As with any detox program, the body gets rid of poisons that have been accumulated in the blood that slow down the transport of oxygen, clog the intestines and generally the person feels powerless and sick. So, whenever you have a coffee enema, you will feel a rush of energy coming back to your body; your mind will get clearer with all that extra oxygen running freely and all of this will affect the way you feel in a positive way.
 

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# 3- Eliminates parasites.


Because of the immense toxic burden of continuous exposure to chemicals in food, water, air, and the environment; the body is not able to maintain a healthy balance of self-cleaning. At the intestinal level, this is reflected in a gradual accumulation of fecal matter, parasites, candida and other toxins. Coffee cleans the colon and destroys the "nests" of disease that have been established in the colon.
 

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# 4- Relieves chronic pain and other symptoms by its detoxification ability.


One of the earliest known uses for enemas was as a pain reliever. During World War I, nurses actually discovered that coffee enemas effectively relieved soldiers pain when drugs like morphine were in short supply.

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In one study, there has been improvement of the cognitive function in oncologic patients treated chronically with morphine and who received a morphine dose plus 200 mg of caffeine in bolus intravenously. A decrease in pain intensity was observed in the group of patients who received caffeine with morphine.
 

# 5- Feel healthier and prevent chronic diseases.


Coffee enemas are one of the most effective ways to keep the body free from disease. Even if you already suffer from a debilitating chronic disease like cancer, coffee enemas can provide relief from discomforts in a very significant way. 
 

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# 6- Reduces toxicity levels of the body by up to 700 percent.


According to the pioneer in this naturist therapy, Dr. Max Gerson, by taking advantage of the beneficial compounds of coffee that stimulate the production of glutathione in the liver; which is a powerful detoxifier of the body because of the great capacity of adhesion of its enzymes with toxins of the body to expel them during the enema process.
 

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How to make coffee enemas?


Dr. Max Gerson, summarizes the procedure for the application of coffee enemas:
 

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Materials



  • 1 liter of filtered, mineral or spring water but never with tap water.

  • 3 tablespoons of natural roasted organic coffee - Very important that is ORGANIC and even better if specially roasted for enema purposes (Click here for recommended Coffee). You could do more harm if is not organic due to the high toxicity in the beans coming from the chemicals used in its cultivation.

  • A strainer with a fine mesh.

  • An enema kit.

  • Clean, non-toxic, non-petroleum-based lubricant such as organic coconut oil, ghee, or aloe vera gel.


 

Procedure


 
For the coffee preparation



  1. Heat the liter of water in the pot and when it starts boiling, add the coffee and let it boil for 3 minutes.

  2. Now lower the heat and cover for another 15 minutes. After this time remove it from the fire and let it cool a little. Then add some water for it to replenish the water that has been evaporated until you have a liter of liquid again.


This preparation should be at a temperature of about 37-40 ° C. It should feel warm but not burning.

 
For the application


To apply the enema with comfort, you must create a nest on the bathroom floor; having towels or blankets on the floor and a head cushion.

  • Place the irrigator bucket or bag about 45 cm above the head, hung from a hook or on a bench. Leave some liquid out the cannula in order to remove the air and then turn off the faucet again.

  • Lubricate with a little bit of oil about 5cm of the tube, gently insert between 20 and 25cm of the tube inside the anus and release the key to allow the coffee to flow inwards.


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You should perform the enema lying on the right side and in the fetal position, relaxed and breathing deeply. Once all the liquid has entered in the intestine, it  should be kept in the interior for 12 or 15 minutes before expelling it.
The best time of the day to perform the coffee enema, is fasting in the morning; so that the intestine is free to receive the secretion of toxins from the liver and evacuate them as soon as possible from the body.

 

How Often Should You do a Coffee Enema?


For people with cancer, the Gerson protocol involves daily coffee enemas, one every three to four hours. As part of a detox program that does not include combating cancer, you can do one to two coffee enemas per week.

For both cancer patients and those free of the disease, Gerson’s suggestion of taking more than one coffee enema on the same day is wise to follow, because the first enema series only pulls toxins from the colon and not from the small intestines.

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Remember, the therapeutic action of the coffee enema is on the gallbladder and liver. The ensuing increase of bile which is dump into the small intestines needs time to pass into the colon, where it is teliminate. Taking a second enema four to six hours after the first can be crucial to pulling from your body what was dump into your small intestines previously that day.
For best results, a program of coffee enemas should be carried on for at least a month. They should not be needed for more than two to five years, although many people have continued to take them for a number of years without problems.
 

When NOT to do a coffee enema



  • If you are a struggling with a serious health condition, it is always a good idea to consult with your practitioner before starting any new self-care or detox regime.

  • In case you suffer from bowel disease, inflamed colon, colon cancer; or other serious bowel issue, consult your practitioner.

  • If you’re pregnant, coffee enemas are contraindicated. It’s safe to use a water enema with a little sea salt or probiotic added to it.

  • In case you are allergic or sensitive to coffee or caffeine, is recommend not doing a coffee enema. Again, stick with water with a little sea salt or some probiotic added to it.

  • Young children: if you wouldn’t feel comfortable giving your child a cup of coffee to drink; they’re too young for a coffee enema. Again, stick with water or the water/probiotic combo in these cases.


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Potential Side Effects:


Coffee enemas, however beneficial as they may be, also have side effects. Adverse reactions may include intestinal cramping, loss of appetite, fever, electrolyte imbalance, and diarrhea. These consequences can further lead to dehydration, constipation, and infection. You should seek your health care practitioner’s approval before beginning a daily coffee enema regimen.
 

CONCLUSIONS


The coffee enema is a method with decades of history and experimentation. Undoubtedly, it may seem crazy; but the truth is that more and more people are trying them and saying that they have great improvements in their health.

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Summary


Key Takeaways



  • While the idea of rectal cleansing dates back to the Ancient Egyptians, the notion of caffeine as an enema-related substance is relatively new. It was conceived in 1917, and appeared in the Merck Manual until 1972.

  • In 1920, German scientists investigated caffeine's effect on the bile duct and small intestines. Max Gerson proposed that coffee enemas had a positive effect on the gastrointestinal tract, and on patients with tuberculosis, and cancer.

  • He claimed that unlike saline enemas; the caffeine traveled through the smooth muscle of the small intestine, and into the liver. Coffee enemas, cleared even more of the gastrointestinal tract and removed more toxins and bile than a normal enema.


What exactly is an enema?



  • Enemas have been around for a very long time and present the oldest known relief for constipation.

  • It’s a simple process: fluid is injected from a bag into the anus. Usually only water is injected; but other liquids and ingredients including herbs, coffee, oil, and clay might be added.

  • In simple words, an enema cleans up the colon and induces bowel movements, making you feel cleaner; lighter, and healthier almost immediately.

  • The main job of the colon is to absorb water and nutrients from food and remove waste and toxins.


How a Coffee Enema Works?



  • Studies show that bioavailability of caffeine obtained from coffee enemas is about 3.5 times less than those obtained drinking coffee orally. (Source)

  • When ingested; compounds within coffee either from drinking it or from inserting coffee directly into the colon act like a cathartic that causes the colon muscles to contract.

  • Coffee contains caffeine and salts of palmitic acids (kahweol and cafestol palmitate); which are absorbed by the hepatic portal system located in the last section of the colon. In the liver, kahweol and cafestol act as potent enhancers of glutathione S-transferase which is an important enzyme in the liver. (source)

  • It is part of a major detoxification system that catalyzes the binding of many toxins from the bloodstream to the sulfhydryl group of glutathione; so that the toxins can be released into the small intestine and excreted from the body.

  • The caffeine dilates bile ducts and aids the emptying of toxic material from the gallbladder. Finally, the water in the enema stimulates activity of the intestines; which systematically moves the toxic substances that are release by the liver and gallbladder through the intestines so that they can be release out of the body through the rectum.


Is There any Research about Coffee Enemas?



  • Although there isn’t any research that says coffee enema can cure cancer, there are some studies that shown some of the benefits of coffee enemas in the body:

  • Researchers from the University of Minnesota also demonstrated that coffee enema benefits might include being able to help stimulate the production of a beneficial enzyme created in the liver called glutathione S-transferase; which acts like a antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and natural blood cleanser. (Source)

  • A study published in Clinical Nutrition Research in 2014 studied the use of coffee enemas in preparation for video capsule endoscopy; which allows a doctor to view the inner portions of the gut. Then, the researchers found that visibility of the middle and lower segments of the small intestine was better in the participants who had been given the coffee enema. (Source)


Reasons to try Coffee Enemas


Cleans and heals the colon and digestive tract:



  • Coffee enemas give the colon the opportunity to be clean without disrupting or altering the normal gut flora.


Improves energy levels, increases mental clarity and mood:



  • As with any detox program; the body gets rid of poisons that have accumulated in the blood that slow down the transport of oxygen, clog the intestines and generally the person feels powerless and sick.


Eliminate parasites and candida:



  • Coffee cleans the colon and destroys the "nests" of disease  have in the colon.


Relieves chronic pain and other symptoms by its detoxification ability:



  • History show us that  coffee enema works better as an analgesic than the water enema alone.


Healthy and prevent chronic diseases:



  • Coffee enemas are one of the most effective ways to keep the body free from disease. So, even if you already suffer from a debilitating chronic disease like cancer; coffee enemas can provide relief from discomforts in a very significant way.


How to make coffee enemas?


Materials



  • 1 liter of filtered, mineral or spring water but never with tap water.

  • 3 tablespoons of natural roasted organic coffee - Very important that is ORGANIC, you could do more harm if is not due to the high toxicity in the beans coming from the chemicals used in its cultivation.

  • A strainer with a fine mesh.

  • An enema kit.


If you don’t have or don’t want to buy an enema kit, you can also use:

  • Enema bag or bucket with nozzled hose or with a silicone colon tube.

  • Clean, non-toxic, non-petroleum-based lubricant such as organic coconut oil, ghee, or aloe vera gel.


Procedure


For the coffee preparation



  • Heat the liter of water in the pot and when it starts to boil; add the coffee and let it boil for 3 minutes.

  • Now lower the heat and cover for another 15 minutes. After this time remove it from the fire and let it cool a little. Then add some water to it to replenish the water that has evaporated until you have a liter of liquid again.

  • This enema should be at a temperature of about 37-40 ° C. It should feel warm but not burn.


For the application



  • To apply the enema with comfort, you must create a nest on the bathroom floor; having towels or blankets on the floor and a head cushion.

  • Place the irrigator bucket or bag about 45 cm above the head, hung from a hook or on a bench. So, leave some liquid out the cannula in order to remove the air and then turn off the faucet again.

  • Lubricate with a little oil about 5cm of the tube; gently insert between 20 and 25cm of the tube inside the anus and release the key to allow the coffee flow inwards.

  • You should perform the enema lying on the right side and in the fetal position, relaxed and breathing deeply. Once you have entering all the coffee in the intestine; it should be kept in the interior for 12 or 15 minutes, before expelling it. (see full recipe here)


How Often Should You do a Coffee Enema?



  • For an intensive detox protocol, you can do an enema daily and up to four times each day.

  • They can be something that you do as a lifelong protocol.

  • Some health authorities warn that coffee enemas cause dependency and can damage the intestinal flora. So, if you do them properly there's no negative effects from them.

  • If you avoid doing something dumb like shoving a dirty tube into your backside; or doing 10 coffee enemas over the span of a couple days you should be fine.


When NOT to do a coffee enema



  • If you are a struggling with a serious health condition, it is always a good idea to consult with your practitioner before starting any new self-care or detox regime.

  • If you suffer from bowel disease, an inflamed colon, colon cancer, or other serious bowel issue, consult your practitioner.

  • In case you’re pregnant, coffee enemas are contraindicated. It’s safe to use a water enema with a little sea salt or probiotic added to it.

  • If you are allergic or sensitive to coffee or caffeine, is recommend not doing a coffee enema. So, again, stick with water with a little sea salt or some probiotic added to it.

  • Young children: if you wouldn’t feel comfortable giving your child a cup of coffee to drink; they’re too young for a coffee enema. Again, stick with water or the water/probiotic combo in these cases.




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