How To Use The Enema Kit

By: Ron Lagerquist

In the 1917 Journal of American Medicine, Dr. Kellogg reported that out of 40,000 cases of gastrointestinal disease, he had adopted surgery in only twenty cases, the rest were helped as a result of cleansing the bowels, diet, and exercise. Enemas are far from being a spiritual experience, although I have had almost miraculous relief during a fasting dip, lying on my side, feeling a wash of clean, warm water enter the colon. The thought of inserting a liter of water into the intestine to flush out waste may seem strange but it is the quickest and most efficient way of removing toxic waste from the intestine. The lymph glands, which line the intestinal wall, absorb and filter fluid from the feces. Flushing water through the colon forces a healing reflex.

When performing an enema at the very start of a fast, water is forced to move around residue fecal obstructions, producing a light cramping sensation. To reduce this discomfort it is advisable to drink a laxative tea or senna tea the day before you begin the fast, helping empty out the colon. Also, I suggest eating a raw diet before starting your fast, replacing hard-packed, dry stool with soft fiber-moistened stool. As the fast continues and the colon empties, enemas become easier, even enjoyable 

To operate the enema kit, fill the rubber bladder with unchlorinated water that is at a temperature comfortable to the wrist. Hang the bladder approximately three feet above the floor; this height will create a comfortable water pressure. Release the clamp and allow the first bit of water and air to drain into the toilet. Lubricate the tip of the nozzle. Lay on your left side and gently insert the nozzle into the rectum. The release clip will control water flow. As water moves up the intestinal tract, you may feel slight cramps. This is normal. If cramps become uncomfortable, press clip to stop the flow. Relax for a moment; you can gently massage the lower stomach area. This massaging assists in releasing hardened mucus in the intestinal folds. When cramps subside, release the clip again. Make sure you have close access to a toilet for at least twenty minutes in case there is additional discharge. I lay on the bathroom floor, giving the family good notice the washroom will be occupied for about twenty minutes. 

I use the kit on the first, third and fifth day, then as needed. When I say as needed, I refer to the fasting dips where an enema can help almost immediately, proving how effective they are in washing out built-up toxins in the colon. Starting my fast with an enema seems to help with hunger pangs and solidifies the beginning of my fast, helping to shut down the digestive system.

When the intestine is emptied the digestive enzymes are able to work on the hardened deposits in the corners and folds. As fasting continues, more embedded toxins are released. You can fast 40 days on water and still release toxins and impacted feces embedded in your colon. The cleansing process works best when the intestine is empty of food. Enemas are valuable in other situations such as food poisoning, diarrhea, constipation or sickness.

Chlorinated water can harm the colon's beneficial bacteria. If tap water is your only alternative, replace the intestinal bacteria after the fast.

Related Article: Four Other Ways Of Cleaning The Colon

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