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"A Simple Enema" why we should use them.

  1.   General all over better health.
    Some symptoms helped with enemas, coated tongue, constipation, backache, bad breath, bloating, fatigue, bad gas, headaches, indigestion, loss of concentration, lung congestion, sinus congestion, skin problems, nail fungus, and symptoms of yeast infection.

  2.   Colon health problems
    Constipation, diarrhea, frequent severe headaches, backaches, fatigue, bad breathe, foul body odor, irritability, frequent mental confusion, chronic skin problems, abdominal gas and bloating, lower back pain, sciatic pain, low resistance to colds and infections, low energy and vitality

  3. Constipation
    Take a look at the following categories of diseases and disorders that can also be related either directly or indirectly to the colon: Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, Stroke, Varicose Veins, Deep Vein Thrombosis, Pulmonary Embolism, Diabetes, Gall Stones, Kidney Stones, Obesity, Gout, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Psoriasis,

  4.   Auto-Intoxication  
    (the re-absorption of soluble wastes and toxins into the bloodstream)
    Self-poisoning caused by endogenous microorganisms, metabolic wastes, or other toxins produced within the body. Also called autotoxemia.

  5.  Diarrhea
    Loose, watery stools occurring more than three times a day

How to take a  simple Enema

{A}  The most important thing you need to know about receiving an enema is too.  "Relax"
Relaxation is a key ingredient for taking and receiving a good enema.

{B}  Another is Communication.  The recipient needs to communicate to the administrator how they are feeling if they are feeling uncomfortable, cramping or getting full.  The administrator should encourage the recipient to let them know how well they are doing.

{C}  Consideration is another important part of enemas. The administrator needs to make the enema as comfortable and relaxing as possible for the recipient.

Steps for a Simple Warm Water Enema

(1)   Choose a warm comfortable place for your enema.  Collect all of the equipment you will need.
An  enema bag or  bucket with tubing, shut off and nozzle. A 2 qt. pitcher for extra warm water, towels, Lubricant for the
 nozzle/rectal tube. Super Salve  Surgilube.
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(2)   Fill enema container with warm filtered water (water should be 103F) make sure tubing clamp is closed,
Lubricate the nozzle/rectal tube, Their are many positions for administering or receiving enemas. ( Enema Positions)
After you are in position. Gently insert the nozzle/rectal tube and start water flow.  It should flow in at a rate of about 1 cup. per minute (8 oz.),

If you feel cramping clamp the tubing off and wait for cramping to subside, this should only take a few seconds then resume the flow. Try to take the entire contents of the enema bag during one injection. If you cannot hold the entire bag move to the toilet and expel.  Then refill the enema bag and began again.

When receiving the enema:
Massage abdomen in a counter-clockwise direction this will help move the solution higher into the colon.

Massaging the abdomen during the administration of an enema will help the recipient except more of the enema solution.

(3)  After you have taken as much solution as possible, clamp the tubing off and remove the nozzle then try to hold the enema solution for 5 to 10 minutes then move to the toilet to expel your enema.
Holding the enema solution for 5 to 10 minutes will ensure a good cleaning of the large intestine.

When expelling the enema:
Massage abdomen in a clockwise direction this will help move the solution back toward the rectum and anus.

Massaging the abdomen while expelling the enema helps move the solution and feces toward the rectum and out the anus.

The best position for expelling your enema is squatting over the toilet. The squatting position puts pressure on your abdomen from your thighs.
In many countries, toilets are made so that people squat when they move their bowels. The Welles Step positions your body so that you are squatting when you sit on the toilet. Squatting,  supports the abdominal wall and the bowel as we bear down, brings about an easier bowel evacuation. In this way.
People who use the Welles Step tend to have fewer hemorrhoids, hernias, anal fissures, varicose veins and use less laxatives.
It fits under the toilet when not in use.

It is best if you place a  Welles Step  and then squat down over the toilet to release your enema

 Remember to Thoroughly Wash Your Equipment after Use

Massaging the abdomen while expelling the enema helps move the solution and feces toward the rectum and out the anus.
Enemas are NOT  dirty, weird or wrong !

An open and comfortable attitude towards enemas will help others to learn this natural health treatment.


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Warning: Do not use enemas or laxatives if abdominal pain, nausea, or vomiting are present unless directed by your health care provider.
  Rectal bleeding or failure to have a bowel movement after use of a laxative or enema may indicate a serious condition.
  Discontinue use and consult your health care provider.
  Statements contained within these web pages are for informational purposes only,
and have not been evaluated by the FDA.
  These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
  If pregnant or have an existing medical condition consult your healthcare provider before using.