The main purpose of a coffee enema is detoxifying your Liver. Every six minutes all of your blood goes through your liver to be detoxified. When a coffee enema is performed, that time shortens to three minutes, which essentially makes a coffee enema like a purification dialysis cleaning process of the blood.
Coffee enemas work because the hemorrhoidal veins in the descending colon dump into the portal system via the hepatic portal vein. The coffee uses the hepatic portal vein as a direct connection to the liver. The caffeine and choleretics present in coffee cause the liver and bile duct system to release bile into the colon and increases the flow of bile. This allows your body to use the bile created in your liver to get rid of toxins.
Doctors at the University of Minnesota showed that coffee administered rectally also stimulates an enzyme system in the liver called Glutathione S-transferase by 600%-700% above normal activity levels. This enzyme reacts with free radicals (which cause cell damage) in the bloodstream and makes them inert. These neutralized substances become dissolved in the bile, are released through the bile flow from the liver and gallbladder, and are excreted through the intestinal tract.
The palmitates in coffee are responsible for the body increasing glutathione, but drinking coffee with palmitates is not the same as administering it via an enema. The palmitates get used up and broken down during the digestive process. Likewise, the caffeine you ingest while drinking coffee can be hard on your adrenal glands. The caffeine has no affect on your adrenals when it is administered rectally in an enema.
Coffee has been proven in studies to have hepatoprotective properties, meaning it can protect against progression of liver diseases, like cirrhosis and hepatitis.
Ideally, the coffee enema should be retained for 12-15 minutes during which time the body’s blood supply circulates and passes through the liver approximately five times (every three minutes). Since the blood serum is detoxified as it flows through the caffeinated liver, the enema is essentially a form of blood dialysis (filtering) across the colon wall. Drinking coffee has no such therapeutic benefits, but when you take it rectally the caffeine stimulates certain nerves that immediately cause the liver to release its toxins.
Coffee enemas and Colon Hydrotherapy are interchangeable with any of the discounted packages. Cost for a single session is $99.00.
Most people feel a sense of energy and alertness after a coffee enema. A small number of people may have an adverse reaction, usually just for a few minutes after the enema. If you’re very toxic, or your liver/gallbladder is extremely clogged, you may feel worse for a short amount of time when the toxins are being released.
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