Say hello to a happy and healthier colon!

Many people look at home enemas negatively. Knowing the health benefits of performing enemas will change that perspective!

A Royal Practice that Started Long Ago

A home enema should not be considered as something new. Long ago, home enemas were already a prescription by physicians for kings. If someone is ill, enemas are part of their normal remedies.

In 1500 B.C., there was one Egyptian king who was famous for receiving home enemas. His physician used enemas as part of his regular medical treatments. The Egyptians strongly believed that various diseases were mainly caused by an unhealthy diet. They also believed that enemas are able to provide relief to illnesses, whether simple or severe.

Even ancient regions in India, China, Africa, and Greece are known for using enemas. American Indians administered enemas too.

Did you know that in his lifetime, Louis XIV of France (also known as Louis the Great ) received about 2,000 enemas and maintained a very healthy body.

Today, more and more people are starting to become aware of enemas' amazing benefits!

For those who do not know, an enema is a procedure that helps eliminate waste from the colon. Some may think this is not a great idea, but you would think differently once you realized that all of us may have more than 10 pounds of non-eliminated waste in the colon. Think about it this way, performing enemas will leave you feeling healthier and cleaner.

Two major functions of the colon are to absorb nutrients from food and eliminate waste. Through the years, the large intestine may be covered with non-eliminated waste, causing it to be slow-moving and ineffective.

If this happens, you may experience these symptoms:

  • Indigestion
  • Stomach pains
  • Loss of appetite
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Weight issues

SUMMARY:
An enema is a procedure to eliminate waste from the colon. The practice of enema administration started many years ago, physicians used them for their regular medical treatments.

When Do I Need to Perform an Enema?

If you want to begin a cleansing routine, performing an enema is the best way to start. Performing enemas assist the body in opening up its detoxification pathways.

Here are some other health issues that enemas may treat:

  • Bloating
  • Constipation
  • Indigestion
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Backache
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Weight problems

Do you experience any of these conditions? If you do, you must consider performing an enema. If you don't and are feeling good, keep in mind that eliminating unnecessary toxins will make you feel even better!

Every day, there are many factors that cause these issues, including stress, diet, and an unhealthy gut. Thankfully, an enema can help relieve these symptoms. But if they still occur even after performing enemas, you must visit your doctor immediately.

As you embrace a healthier lifestyle, you will find that a home enema may also be helpful for:

1. Colon Cleansing & Liver Cleansing

People who choose to undergo a colon cleanse will benefit from an enema. It will help you release the bulk by pulling out all the toxins out of your body!

In addition, people who choose to undergo into a liver cleanse will also find enemas very helpful. The liver tosses out its toxins into your large intestines. When this happens, it is necessary that your colon is ready and free so it can function properly and quickly.

2. Fasting

Anyone who chooses to fast will greatly benefit from an enema. In fact, it is necessary. While fasting, it is important to keep things moving out of the body since your cells are eliminating toxins quickly. You will find yourself not feeling good if you fail to clean downstream. Thankfully, an enema will help you clear all the toxins out. Just be aware that it may cause you to become more dehydrated so drink up right after.

3. Fermented Foods Diet

Those who choose to start a diet enriched with fermented foods may experience a few symptoms, such as bloating and gas. These symptoms are due to the beneficial bacteria colonizing your gut which causes the harmful bacteria to die. In the process, bloating or gas may be experienced. Thankfully, a home enema can help in rinsing out the toxins easily, shortening the symptoms you are feeling.

SUMMARY:
The best time to consider trying an enema is when you experience health symptoms like indigestion, bloating and constipation. As you choose to embrace a healthier lifestyle, you will also find home enemas helpful for colon cleansing, liver cleansing, and while you are fasting.

What are the Two Types of Enemas?

There are two types of enemas: the cleansing enema and the retention enema. Both produce the same effects, but there are a few differences in their administration.

1. Cleansing Enemas

Cleansing enemas are retained in the colon but only for a short period of time. It is used as a gentle and quick colon cleanse.

Examples:

Lemon Juice: Lemon enema solution is one of the famous enema solutions you can hear about. It works very well in detoxifying the body and balancing pH levels.

Apple Cider Vinegar: An enema solution made with apple cider vinegar can help clear mucus from the body and treat viral conditions.

Catnip Tea: If you have a high fever and are suffering from constipation or congestion, a catnip tea enema solution is one of the best options.

2. Retention Enemas

Retention enemas, on the other hand, are intended to remain in the colon for a longer period of time.

Examples:

Coffee enemas: Coffee enemas could be retained for at least 15 minutes. They are one of the examples of short-term retention enemas. Coffee enemas were popularized by Max Gerson and have been used as a part of the Gerson Therapy. Enemas are used with cancer patients to help open up the bile ducts and intensify bile flow, providing a liver and colon cleanse. Coffee enemas work perfectly in stimulating the liver and gallbladder to eliminate toxins. Just make sure to use organic coffee, not the instant or decaffeinated ones.

Probiotic enemas: Probiotic enemas are also an enema solution loved by many. For treating candidiasis and other types of yeast infections, a probiotic is a great option.

Each enema solution requires a different type of preparation and different method of administration. Nevertheless, the results are all amazing.

SUMMARY:
There are two different types of enemas. Both produce the same effects, but there are a few differences in its administration. Retention enemas are retained in the colon for at least 15 minutes. Cleansing enemas are also retained in the colon but only for a shorter period of time.

What Do I Need to Start?

If you have decided to try an enema, here are the important things you need to begin:

  • A high-quality enema bucket kit
  • Oil for lubrication (Coconut oil is a great choice, but you may use any lubricant that you are comfortable with)
  • Clean water or prepared enema solution (There are many other enema solutions that you can try)
  • A comfortable place to perform the enema

Here at Medisential, we highly recommend Medisential's premium enema kit. Our enema buckets are manufactured from food grade #304 stainless steel which assures its fine quality, durability, and temperature resistance.


Final Reminders

The thought of how to administer an enema could be unpleasant for others, but enemas are actually more comfortable and easy than people might be thinking!

If done properly, a home enema can be a nurturing experience that you will love to do on a regular basis. If performed regularly, the cells in your body will release more and more toxins out--providing a perfect reason why you should try enemas today!

Lastly, keep in mind that enemas do not flush out all the beneficial bacteria in your body. There's no need to worry about washing out your entire gut microbiome. In fact, as you empty your body with toxins, you provide more space for the friendly bacteria to emerge with the help of probiotic food sources and supplements.

Don't easily believe what everyone says. Try an enema and see for yourself. You will be surprised that they aren't as scary as what others say. They are, in fact, cleansing, freeing, and amazing! Happy cleansing!