Soapy Enema Recipe

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A soapy enema is very irritating to the colon !
Soap is the most often used enema additive.
The only soap you want to use if you're going to use in your enema solution is a mild Castile soap.

Never use any kind of dishwashing liquid or laundry detergent for your enema soap as they contain chemicals that can damage the delicate intestinal lining or deodorant hand soaps.

If you have your mind set on using soap in an enema then Conti Castile soap is a good choice, or Kirks Castile soap
 Conti Castile soap is made from olive oil  where as Kirk's Castile soap is made from coconut oil. Either one works well
in an enema solution. These bar soaps, and work well for skin cleansing.
There are several liquid Castile soap available on the market . One brand is Dr. Bonners and it comes with several herbal additives.

Soap Enema Recipe:

2 qts. of warm filtered water.
Dissolve approximately 1/10 of a bar of soap in the 2 qts. of water.
or 5 cc liquid Castile soap to 1000 cc of water 1000 cc of water equals approximately a little over 1 qt.

Temperature  103 Fahrenheit

Directions for Administering an Enema

Repeat as needed.

Remember you should take a warm water rinse enema after a soapy enema to remove the soap solution from the intestinal walls. Otherwise this can keep irritating the intestine lining for several hours.

 Remember to Thoroughly Wash Your Equipment after Use

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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.
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