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July 12, 2011

Water Tips for Taking an Enema

by Kristina Amelong

Use high-quality water. Always remove the chlorine: reverse osmosis, carbon filtering, and distillation water filtration systems are a few choices.

Learn more about safe and unsafe enema solutions

Use a thermometer so you know that the water temperature is between 96 and 103 degrees Fahrenheit. If the water is too cold, you are more likely cramp. If the water is too hot, you could burn the tissues of the colon.

Add Celtic Sea Salt to your enema water to assist the body to maintain healthy electrolyte levels. Use 1 teaspoon of Celtic Sea Salt per quart of water. To assure adequate levels of electrolytes in your body, have a hair tissue mineral analysis (HTMA) done seasonally.

Add essential oils to the your enema water. Using essential oils in your enema water will improve your colon cleansing experience; ample scientific evidence exists that the colon is a more effective delivery system for therapeutic agents than the mouth.

The colon can hold up to 4 quarts of warm water. When filling the colon with water, go slowly - close the enema clamp often. However, if you find your body can only take in 1 quart of water, that is just fine too. The smaller your body is, the less water you will be able to take into your colon.

To learn more, view Small Volume Enemas and Large Volume Enemas.

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At November 8, 2011 at 12:30 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lately I have been throwing my back out with quart enemas. I found that taking more magnesium (Oxyflush) will soften the material more so that taking only about 8 or 10 ounces of water with an ounce or two of three percent hydrogen peroxide is all I need.

At July 26, 2012 at 12:48 PM , Anonymous Pam M. said...

When adding essential oils it is best to first mix them into the sea salt well. Then add this mix to the water. The salt acts as a dispersing agent. Otherwise the essential oils will just float on the surface of the water.


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