Enemas have been around for years, and they are still popular today. There are many different types of enemas, but the most common type is the enema bulb. It is a small bag or container that holds the liquid used to cleanse your colon. An enema bucket is another way to administer an enema. A bucket has a large opening at the top so that it can hold more liquid than an enema bulb.
Both ways to administer an enema are similar in that they both require some sort of lubricant to help reduce friction when inserted into your rectum. The main difference between these two methods is how much fluid can be held within each container. While both options are effective at cleaning out your colon, there are some instances where one might be better suited for use over another option such as traveling with only one container for travel purposes or if you have limited space available for storage at home.