Coffee enemas rapidly help remove toxins from the liver. They often provide quick relief when one is fatigued, sleepy, has headaches, or is just feeling poorly. They also help against spasms, precordial (heart, throat, chest) pain and difficulties resulting from the sudden withdrawal of all intoxicating sedation.
A coffee enema, when done properly, causes the liver to produce more bile, opens the bile ducts, and causes the bile to flow. In this process, a toxic liver can dump many of its toxins into the bile and get rid of them in just a few minutes. This often gives great relief to all parts of the body, and often makes the difference between lying down feeling miserable and feeling good and being active. Coffee enemas are also effective in relieving pain. Patients with cancer, for an example, may achieve relief from pain even when drugs have failed.
At the start of the treatment and during “flare-ups,” the bile contains poisons, produces spasms in the duodenum and small intestines, and causes some overflow into the stomach. This may cause feelings of nausea, which could result in the vomiting of bile. If this happens, drinking a good quantity of strong peppermint tea will help wash out the bile from the stomach and bring relief.
It is interesting to note that drinking a cup of coffee has an entirely different effect from that of using it as a cleansing enema. Drinking coffee causes the following problems: increases reflex response; lowers blood pressure; increases heart rate; causes insomnia and heart palpitation; over stimulates the adrenals; irritates the stomach; and leaves a toxic residue in the body. A coffee enema, when done properly, will not produce these effects.
Preparing the Coffee Enema:
*The Chemicals found in commercially grown coffee could damage the liver when used as a coffee enema. Use ONLY organically grown coffee!
Posted by Kris on 3rd Apr 2012
Thank you for this post. I have never done an enema before so I wanted to find out if you have more detailed instructions. How do you do the cleaning enema? Do I lye on my back or to my side to do that enema? Do I warm up the distilled water?
Thank you for your help and your ministry.
Posted by Helen on 23rd Oct 2010
Thank you SO MUCH for this info! Its just what I needed. VERY easy to find. LOVE the new website. Thank you Danny.
Posted by Jill Stevenson on 21st Oct 2010
I was looking for these instructions and found this page easily - thanks for the help!