How to do a
Add 2.5-4 tablespoons ground Organic Enema Coffee and let boil for 2 minutes, then turn heat to low and simmer for a total of 15 minutes.
After 15 minutes, strain water through a Fine Mesh Strainer into a bowl (do not use plastic). Do not use a coffee filter because they remove the palmitates.
Add room temperate distilled or filtered water until you have 4 total cups of liquid. This reduces the temperature of the coffee and allows you to use it quicker.
Allow the coffee to cool down to between body temperature and room temperature (70-98 degrees).
Once the coffee has cooled enough, bring the supplies to your bathroom. Lay some towels down on the floor near a bathroom door handle.
Assemble the Stainless Steel Enema Bucket and clamp the hose.
Unclamp the hose until some coffee starts to come out and then re-clamp immediately. This will get the air bubbles out of the hose and allow the coffee to flow.
Take a little bit of coconut oil or other lubricant and apply it to the end of the tube.
Place the bucket handle over a door handle and lay down.
Lying with your back, insert the enema hose.
Unclamp the cord with 1-2 notches on the clamp to the let coffee flow slowly into the colon.
After coffee is gone (you will see white space at top of hose), close the clamp and very gently and slowly pull the hose out. Stay on your back for 2 minutes, then roll onto your right side and lay there for 12 minutes, then roll onto your left side for the last minute. If you can not retain coffee for 15 minutes, add 1 teaspoon Blackstrap Molasses to the coffee prior to pouring it into the Stainless Steel Enema Bucket.
After 15 minutes, sit on the toilet expel coffee. Do not force elimination. Sit there for 10 minutes.
Consume a homemade electrolyte drink with lemon or lime and 1 teaspoon Sea Salt after enema to restore minerals.
Optional: repeat and perform a second coffee enema.