Coffee Enemas For Liver Cleansing *Detoxing The Major Detox Pathway

Coffee Enemas For Liver Cleansing *Detoxing The Major Detox Pathway

Coffee Enema

It is vital to keep our livers in good condition. But, being responsible for more that 500 processes within the body means that our livers tend to get pretty clogged up a lot of the time.

Main Liver Functions

  • Eliminating rogue and natural hormones
  • Eliminating environmental toxins
  • Producing cholesterol for bodily repairs
  • Producing bile to break down fat and eliminate toxins
  • Process heavy metals and pharmaceuticals out of the body

Signs Our Livers Are In Trouble

  • Skin problems like Acne because toxins are exiting via the skin
  • Fatigue
  • Abdominal Discomfort
  • Chalky stools
  • Anxiety & Depression

Using Coffee Enemas To Detox The Liver

I’m sure the idea of a coffee enema doesn’t appeal to anyone, but the benefits far out-weigh the ‘yuck’ factor.

Basically, the caffeine in the coffee, which we deliver into our colons when doing an enema, travels up to the liver via the Hepatic Portal Vein, (located in the lower portion of the colon). This stimulates the liver to dump a lot of it’s stored up toxins and produce bile, which processes fats… The toxins from the liver are then dumped straight into the small intestine, which we then eliminate after the enema cleanse.

As an ex-smoker I will need to do a lot of coffee enemas to help my body get rid of my toxic build up. But, I also use the Torso Trio Essential Oils along with a couple of other methods of cleansing my liver… mixing it up and keeping my effort consistent will mean that progress will be steady…

Plus… I also do regular lemon and cayenne pepper drinks first thing in the morning, as featured in Morning Detox Protocols.

And, I dry brush and use Cellulite Vanishing Oil.

I also supplement with Magnesium, both trans-dermally and orally. (Magnesium prefers to be delivered via the skin, or trans-dermally.) Magnesium is great for detoxing lead, and is vital for hundreds of processes within the body… processing sugar and other toxins, for example…

Why Use Coffee Enemas To Detox The Liver?

Most people are using coffee enemas to keep their primary detox organ functioning efficiently. Malfunctioning livers lead to a build up of toxins in the body which can lead to everything from mental impairment to a dramatic increase in cellulite and dramatic weight gain.

Longterm liver inefficiency will lead to all manner of serious conditions that will interfere with mental and physical capabilities. It will, of course, ultimately lead to life threatening diseases.

Liver Health & Hormone Health

Increasing numbers of people are using coffee enemas to detox their hormones.

It’s vital to keep our livers as detoxed as possible, as it’s our livers that eliminate all of the old and rogue hormones out of our bodies.

Morning Detox Protocols and Evening Detox Protocols also provide really helpful protocols to detox our bodies which help to restore our hormone health.

There is a series of articles dedicated to our hormone health within the Wild As The Wind blog.

Liver Detox & Cancer

People also often use enemas when they are undergoing cancer treatments to get toxic waste out of the body. (See the second video below for more information). It is also a great idea when you are doing a parasite cleanse for the same reason.

Kelly Brogan also touches on the detoxing of cancer toxins in the final video I’ve included within this article.

Coffee Enemas Stimulates Glutathione

Glutathione is the main antioxidant constituent in our bodies.

There are other things, like Milk Thistle, which increase the production of glutathione in our bodies, but nothing beats a coffee enema.

If we are serious about detoxing our body we need to increase our glutathione levels.

Coffee Enemas For Enzymatic Pathways

Coffee Enemas also stimulates the enzymatic pathways and increases the speed at which we process toxic waste.

Which Coffee To Use?

Coffee has a high pesticide residue if it conventionally produced. It is therefore vital to use an Organic coffee.

A light roasted coffee will have a higher caffeine content, which is what we are after, so, a light roasted coffee is also absolutely necessary.

It’s the caffeine that prompts the production of the glutathione, so the higher the caffeine content, the better.

Buying the coffee in bean form and then grinding it freshly before brewing it is optimally desirable. The coffee will have retained a lot more of it’s fluid content and will be fresher.

What Other Factors To Consider When Buying Your Coffee For Enema Use?

A lot of coffees contain mould, which is a lot more dangerous to our health than we are led to believe. It is therefore better to find a coffee that declares itself mould-free. However, the coffee will only stay in the body about ten minutes, and so it’s unlikely the mould will have a chance to find any inroads into the body.

Coffee Enema Recipe

According to Jay Davidson, who is a Lyme Disease expert, we should follow the following recipe:

4 tbsp ground coffee to two and a half cups of boiled water. Let that steep for 15 minutes before adding two more cups of water. I prefer to use all boiled water, even is it’s been filtered.

*As an aside, I read recently that a person died of a nasty parasite in her brain after using her netty pot to perform a nasal flush without first boiling the water.

When the coffee solution has cooled to body temperature it needs to be transferred to the bucket of your enema device. Do not let the coffee cool down in the plastic bucket or else the heat will mean that the Xenoestrogens in the plastic will leech into the coffee.

Pour the coffee into your enema equipment just before you are about to use it to minimise any leeching of the Xenoestrogens in the plastic.

How To Do A Coffee Enema

It’s always best to see how something is done rather than having it explained… in most situations at least!!

This incredibly brave lady has done what I would never have been willing to do in a million years… so thanks to you lovely Southern American lady?

***The woman in the video boils her coffee for five minutes and she has a very lovely metal enema bucket. But, because the tube is always going to be plastic, there’s no way to completely avoid your coffee coming into contact with plastics.

***She also says you can make your coffee in an Italian style, stove top coffee maker, used for espresso coffee making. I have a stainless steel version and this is what I use to make my coffee. I wouldn’t use an aluminium coffee maker or a French style cafetiere.

My espresso coffee maker is a six espresso size. I then add additional boiled and then cooled water to my concentrated coffee to dilute it down before use.

Here is another video that is essentially a huge Q & A about coffee enemas.

Towards the beginning of the Q & A the topic of doing more than one enema a day comes up for the first time. I believe you have to be suffering from a very serious health challenge to require more than one coffee enema a day.

I think we need to judge for ourselves how toxic we are and how many coffee enemas we need and at what level of regularity… but one a week for people who are not dealing with a terminal illness is probably enough.

I am of the firm belief that we should be gentle with ourselves, especially if our health has been compromised by high levels of toxicity. Two times a week when I’m in an intensive detox phase is more than enough for me.

Besides, our intestines and colons ingest a lot of our food and produce important vitamins and help maintain homeostasis. Too many enemas will disturb this fine balance.

Towards the beginning of the Q & A the topic of doing more than one enema a day comes up for the first time. I believe you have to be suffering from a very serious health challenge to require more than one coffee enema a day.

I think we need to judge for ourselves how toxic we are and how many coffee enemas we need and at what level of regularity… but one a week for people who are not dealing with a terminal illness.

I am of the firm belief that we should be gentle with ourselves, especially if our health has been compromised by high levels of toxicity. Two times a week when I’m in an intensive detox phase is more than enough for me.

I’ve actually removed the Q and A video that I based the above dialogue on… I’ve done this as I believe it could have been confusing for some people, and because I disagreed with more than just the issue of regularity of use of coffee enemas.

Instead, I’ve included a great short, but immensely informative video featuring the late Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez.

And… if that wasn’t enough… the very wonderful Kelly Brogan talks to Joe Rogan about coffee enemas… well worth a watch… and more entertaining than the others.

Bad language warning. Joe Rogan gets a little feisty towards the end of this video… but only at the very end, so don’t let that put you off watching it… you’ll learn a fair amount if you do!

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