Coffee Enema Sachet comes with 7 prepacked coffee that is very easy to use. Just like how you would dip a tea-bag into a cup of hot water, coffee enema sachet works the same way as when you are done boiling your coffee, just discard the sachet. No more hassle with sieving coffee grains ever again!
Frequently Asked Questions About Coffee Enema
Q: WHAT DOES A COFFEE ENEMA DO?
A: A coffee enema effectively enhances detoxification of the blood and liver in two ways. Firstly, palmitic acid found in coffee promotes the activity of the enzyme system in the liver and gut. in particular, the production of Glutathione – S – Transferase, an enzyme catalyst in the liver, which effectively detoxifies carcinogens from the bloodstream. Blood passes through the liver every 3 minutes; when the enema coffee is retained for 12-15 minutes, the blood is detoxified U -5 times as it passes through the liver. Secondly, caffeine in the coffee acts to dilate bile ducts, which facilitates an increase in bile flow and enhances the ability of the liver to remove toxic waste products and other foreign substances from the bloodstream.
Q: CAN I DRINK THE COFFEE INSTEAD OF TAKING IT RECTALLY AND ACHIEVE THE SAME BENEFIT?
A: Coffee taken orally goes through the stomach, causes digestive problems and affects the liver by shutting off the bite ducts. It is absorbed in the intestines and carried throughout the body by the bloodstream, where the caffeine acts as a stimulant. It raises blood pressure and tends to cause capillary spasms in the extremities. In contrast, caffeine in coffee enemas is absorbed in the colon, then most is removed from the bloodstream via the portal venous system to the liver where it does its work of detoxification.
Q: WILL A COFFEE ENEMA AFFECT NORMAL BOWEL MOVEMENTS?
A: Coffee enemas are done primarily to enhance detoxification in the bloodstream rather than “rinsing out” the colon. The enema coffee does not travel very far in the colon and therefore, will not affect normal bowel movements. A fiber-rich diet and a healthy lifestyle will ensure healthy, normal bowel movements.
Q: CAN I DO THE DETOXIFICATION AND REJUVENATION PROGRAMME (DRP) WITHOUT THE COFFEE ENEMA?
A: The DRP is designed in such a way that the moment you start on the programme, the body will start to detoxify, remove sick celts and replace them with new and healthy ones. Toxins, metabolic waste, and dead cells are then flushed into the bloodstream. This is when you experience healing reactions, like headaches, nausea, a “foggy” feeling, etc. The coffee enema is essential at this stage to help you remove these toxins from your bloodstream and pass out of your body.
If you are a healthy person but do not wish to administer the coffee enema. I would advise you to undergo the DRP without the coffee enema than not undergo DRP at all. However, if you have degenerative diseases, especially serious ones, you should not do the DRP if you are not willing to use coffee enemas because without the enemas, you may suffer from severe healing reactions, which may cause you to want to give up. Cancer patients with significant tumors may run the risk of toxic liver coma if they omit the coffee enema in their programme.
Q: ARE ENEMAS AND COLONICS THE SAME?
A: No. they are totally different. The purpose of colonic irrigation is to cleanse the colon. It requires 5 gallons of water (placed high above the body to get gravitational pressure) to irrigate the entire colon. By contrast, the sole function of a coffee enema is to detoxify the liver and blood. It uses 2 to 3 glasses (Vfc to % liter) of the solution (placed 1 Yz – 2 feet above the body), which is just enough to fill the descending colon and barely reach into the transverse colon. To cleanse the colon, we use Herbal Klenz orally, which is very effective in removing encrustations and toxins from both the small and big intestines.
Q: DO COFFEE ENEMAS CAUSE MINERAL LOSS RESULTING IN ELECTROLYTE IMBALANCE?
A: It is quite easy to understand that colonic irrigation can result in dehydration and electrolyte imbalance because of the constant washing away of minerals in 5 gallons of water. This imbalance, if left untreated, can cause severe side effects, possibly even death. For this reason. Dr. Max Gerson prohibited colonics because of his concern about the body’s health. On the other hand, a coffee enema, as part of the DRP. does not cause electrolyte imbalance or dehydration for the following reasons:
- Much of the mineral absorption takes place in the small intestine, the ascending colon and the transverse colon. The amount of solution used in coffee enemas is so little that it is just enough to fill the descending colon and barely reach the transverse colon. Thus, mineral absorption is minimally affected by coffee enemas, and the risk of mineral loss and electrolyte imbalance due to the enema is minimal.
- The coffee solution itself contains minerals (potassium) which are absorbed during the coffee enema.
- The coffee enema in the ORP is done as part of the programme in which large quantities of minerals and electrolytes are consumed through juices, apple cider vinegar, honey. Spirulina. and Super Green Foods. This further ensures that electrolyte depletion and dehydration do not occur.
Nonetheless, the application of a coffee enema must be done within the context of the full programme. Proper procedures and guidelines must be followed. Overuse or abuse of the enemas can cause electrolyte imbalance or dehydration, which may be dangerous.
CAUTION: Always seek medical advice if uncertain; in countries where enemas are regulated under medical practice, use enemas only under your doctor’s supervision.
Q: CAN I USE ANY FORM OF COFFEE FOR THE ENEMA?
A: The coffee must be organic and lightly roasted. The darker roast that gives the aroma does not provide as much of the desired benefits. The coffee should be of fine to medium ground. Do not use expresso. Decaffeinated and instant coffees are not suitable.
Ingredients : 100% Pure Lightly Roasted Organic Coffee
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Coffee Sachets Prepacked
|Volume||250 gm||250gm x 7 sachets|
|Price||RM 27.90||RM 33.60|
|Price per gram||RM 0.11||RM 0.13|