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Detoxing Enemas & Royal Flush

Written by lee on . Posted in Detox

The use of enemas and flushes for detoxification purposes is well known. It is a common remedy that has been suggested by holistic and alternative medicine professionals for many years. The benefits of coffee enemas for detoxification are great. Coffee enemas decongest and flush the liver and the adrenals and help the entire body detoxify.

Many people have experienced tremendous relief of their symptoms and renewed energy levels after doing coffee enemas. Filtered water and a coffee powder can be used as an effective and inexpensive alternative to a colon cleansing. Coffee enemas are recommended once per week, and they help to flush out toxins and aid digestion.

Salt water flushes

Using a salt water flush is one of the easiest, cheapest and quickest ways to clean you colon at home. Salt water flushes also cleanse your stomach and small intestine, flushing out your entire digestive system removing all of the toxins and bacteria from your whole digestive tract. There are multitude of laxatives, enemas, and cleansing products on the market, but quite simply a salt water flush works just as well as anything else and is much healthier alternative. The best time to do a SWF is first thing in the morning. Fill a cup with one litre of warm filtered water. Add one heaped tablespoon of Celtic Sea Salt. Add the juice of half a lemon and Stevia if you would like to sweeten the taste. Drink slowly and await the results! You will feel lighter and more energised.

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Comments (5)

  • Rachel

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    Hi! Love your site, just wondering how often you’d recommend doing the salt water flush? Is it a once month thing, or few a few days in a row? Thanks again.

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  • colon cleanse

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    Well, both cleanse the colon. But what’s usually called “colon cleansing” nowadays is the use of some kind of pill that has a laxative effect. Its intent is to clear out the intestine. Colonic irrigation is just what it says — irrigating the colon with water to flush it out. It’s what you might
    call an “ultra enema”. It’s done in a clinic or spa by a licensed therapist who inserts an inch-wide tube into your rectum and then gently pumps many gallons of water into your intestine over the course of about 45 minutes. Whenever you feel you need to release, the in flow is ceased while the water drains out of you. After releasing, you’re given more fills.
    Colonics are pretty controversial (as are colon cleansing pills, really) and you should do your
    research if you’re considering it.

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  • Ayurveda Help

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    The colon cleansing method is very popular in ayurveda. It is known as “Basthi”. It is used as remedial measure and also to expel toxins

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  • Sabrina

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    Hi, love your site I’m on it daily. I have lots of gut problems at the moment so I was just wondering how often you would recommend doing the salt water flush ?

    Thanks

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    • lee

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      This can be done every three months. But always talk to your medical practitioner if you are worried.

      Reply

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