Soapy Enema Recipe


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Types of Soap for Enemas
(1) Kirk's Hard water Castile Soap is a very fast dissolving bar soap made with pure botanical coconut oil.
     Conti Castile Soap -Conti Castile Soap contains olive oil. Conti Castile Soap is mild, gentle and soothing. Conti Castile Soap can be used for both infant and adult care.
Hold the soap bar in the water while filling the bag, take the soap away when the bag is full or leave in for a stronger soap suds enema. Shake the bag to mix the soap

(2)  Castile Enema soap in pre measured packets. Standard packet is 2/3 Oz of soap.

(3)  Castile Liquid soap (Dr. Bonner's is one brand). Use about 1 tablespoon for each quart of water. Dr. Bonner's soap is available in plain ( green label), with Peppermint ( blue label) and for baby's very mild (pink label).  The peppermint oil has a cooling affect on the anus. Lavender Castile Soap (Lavender label)
       Most people will find it difficult to retain an Soap Enema for more than 5 minutes. If the bowel is not clean, then the peristaltic action of the colon will push against the fecal masses and produce intense pressure. This will frequently happen with your first Soapy Enema in a series. Not much to do but expel and try again. If you get a strong cramp and an urge to expel, getting up is the worst thing you can do. Making the descending  colon vertical adds gravity to the force of water wanting out. This is how to have an accident. If you can, wait while lying down. The pressure will pass in 10-15 seconds as the wave of peristalsis passes the sigmoid colon and reaches the end. Then you can get up and expel without straining to hold it in. If you must go to the toilet, and the pressure is intense, you can hold the buttocks together with both hands. This helps the anal muscles keep it in.
Directions for Administering an Enema
 

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

SOAP is the most often used Enema additive.

 Remember to Thoroughly Wash Your Equipment after Use

 

After using a mineral oil enema taking  1 or 2 - 2 qt. soap suds enemas will usually flush out the majority of oil left remaining in the large intestine. Remember after using a soap suds enema you should use at least one rinse enema of plain  warm water, This will help remove the remaining irritating soap solution that remains on the lining of the colon.

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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.
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