Beer Enema Recipe

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Using alcohol in an enema can be a very dangerous idea.
That said  People use alcohol in enemas as a pleasurable and relaxing experience but it's literally flirting with disaster.  Alcohol is absorbed VERY quickly into the intestine and a matter of moments can get you extremely drunk and alcohol poisoning is a very real consideration.  If this is something you feel you must do, use very diluted solutions and be very, very cautious.  People have died from alcohol enemas.
 Not Recommended
The recipe included below is for one can of beer mixed with an entire quart of warm water and still I wouldn't advocate it in an enema.



Enema Recipe:
1- 12oz. can beer (warm)
1 quart warm filtered water ( Mix well )

Temperature 103°Fahrenheit

Carbonation in the beer can cause excessive cramping from gas build up.

Directions for Administering an Enema

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 Rectal bleeding or failure to have a bowel movement after use of a laxative or enema may indicate a serious condition.
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