Lemon Juice ( cleansing enema)
Garlic Juice ( cleansing and healing enema)
Aloe Vera Juice ( healing enema)
Wheat Grass Juice (healing enema)
1 tablespoon up to 16ozs. of juice per enema
1 to 2 quarts warm filtered water ( Mix thoroughly )
Water Temperature 103° to 107°Fahrenheit. Warm water helps the colon relax so the enema may be taken and retained easier.
When using a cleansing enema you only need to hold the solution for a few minutes to get the desired results. But a longer period of holding the solution is required when using a healing enema.
Add solution to enema bag, mixing with warm filtered water to achieve the desired amount.
Hang enema bag about 24 in. above rectum. A good tool for this is the IV Stand for Enemas
If you need better flow control of the enema solution. The ramp clamp is a good option.
The Knee-chest position with chest against floor and rectum higher than head this is a best position to receive an enema.
Insert nozzle/rectal tube into the rectal opening, always use lubricant when the inserting anything into the rectal opening [anus]( Super Salve Surgilube Vaseline 13oz. Personal Lubricating Jelly Astroglide Personal Lubricant K-Y Jelly Personal Lubricant).
Inject solution slowly, approximately one cup per minute (8oz.) and take as much as possible.
When the desired amount has been achieved remove nozzle.
Lie in position for several minutes while the massaging abdomen. Hold the enema solution for several minutes.
If you cannot hold the solution for several minutes just move to the toilet and release.
After you have released the solution try lessening the amount of juice in the water and repeat the enema again.
When you are able to hold the enema for a couple of minutes move to the toilet and release the enema. The longer you hold the enema the better the results. This applies up to a point of about 30 minutes to an hour.
Massaging the abdomen while expelling the enema helps move contents toward the rectum.
The best position to expel the enema is squatting over the toilet. The squatting position puts pressure on your abdomen from your thighs.
In many countries, toilets are made so that people squat when they move their bowels. The Welles Step positions your body so that you are squatting when you sit on the toilet. Squatting, supports the abdominal wall and the bowel as we bear down, brings about an easier bowel evacuation.
People who use the squatting position tend to have fewer hemorrhoids, hernias, anal fissures, varicose veins and use less laxatives.
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