Coffee enema: features of application, effect, advantages and disadvantages?

The main active ingredient in the composition of coffeeis caffeine, which has a powerful stimulating effect. Coffee is not just an invigorating, but also very tasty, fragrant drink that is loved all over the world. However, this drink is often used in ways that are far from traditional. One of them is a coffee enema.

Cleansing the intestines with coffee

Introduction of coffee into the rectum with enemaIt is used to stimulate the work of the intestines with constipation, and also for its purification. Such procedures have become quite popular in recent decades, although coffee enemas have been known for a very long time. Here it is worth noting that official medicine considers the use of coffee for cleaning the intestine unsafe. The very same method rather refers to alternative or traditional medicine.

The presence of caffeine in the coffee enema gives several effects at once, the main among which are:

• relaxation of smooth muscles;
• dilated bile ducts;
• dilated blood vessels.

With this introduction of coffee into the body, the actioncaffeine is much stronger and comes much faster due to the fact that it is almost instantly absorbed and enters the circulatory system.

It is believed that coffee enemas provide a stimulatingimpact, which, in turn, allows you to get rid of constipation. That's not all. Coffee contains enzymes and palmitates, which accelerate the release of toxic substances from the liver. Toxins along with bile on the bile ducts enter the gastrointestinal tract and are excreted from the body when the intestines are emptied.

How to make a coffee enema?

If the procedure is to be carried out at home, a one-off kit for enemas will be needed, sold at the pharmacy. In addition, the following will be required:

• 8 cups of water for making coffee;
• French press;
• Natural ground coffee (the degree of roasting is not important);
• distilled water.

The enema is prepared as follows.

1. 8 coffee tablespoons of coffee are smeared in a coffee grinder.
2. The resulting powder is poured with boiling water in the French press and insisted until the coffee has cooled.
3. When the temperature of the coffee becomes approximately equal to the temperature of the body, the ground is filtered (it is sufficient to lower the french press piston downwards).
4. Coffee is mixed with distilled water until the volume required for the enema is obtained.

After introducing the resulting liquid into the rectum, you should try to keep it inside for 10-15 minutes. After that, you can empty the intestines.

Dangers of coffee enemas

Cleansing of the intestines using coffee cancause dependence - too frequent use of enemas can disrupt the normal functioning of the digestive tract. In addition, it is worth considering the very effects of caffeine - such enemas are not recommended for those who have increased blood pressure, have heart problems, etc. Finally, for carrying out such procedures it is important to take only natural, without adding fragrances, flavoring agents and other coffee additives. It should be carefully filtered out - so that the liquid does not contain dross, remnants of ground coffee, etc. Before conducting such an enema, it is worthwhile to see a doctor - despite the fact that this method has been practiced for a long time, information about the consequences of its use is not complete. Therefore, one should not make a decision on cleaning the intestines with the help of a coffee enema.