Coffee enemas have been used for cleansing the colon and liver for hundreds of years. Dr. Max Gerson of the Gerson Institute pioneered the use of coffee enemas (in combination with juicing, special diets and nutritional supplementation) for treatment of cancer and many other diseases.
Benefits of Coffee Enemas/implants
Coffee enemas enhance the elimination of toxins by increasing the flow of bile, which carries toxins out of the liver through the gall bladder. Increased bile flow also alkalizes the small intestine and promotes improved digestion. Gallstones, constipation, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, cholesterol problems, insulin problems, diabetes, candida and parasites are some conditions believed to improve with increased bile flow.
How does the coffee enema work?
The coffee is absorbed by the hemorrhoidal veins in the sigmoid colon, and carried to the hepatic portal system (which leads directly to the liver). The palmitic acid in the coffee activates the Glutathione S Transferase (GST) enzyme system in the liver. This system captures free radicals and toxins from the blood stream, binds them to Glutathione in the liver, and escorts them safely out of the body.
Studies have shown that the body’s production of GST is increased by up to 700% with a coffee enema, making it a powerful method of detoxifying the body of free radicals, carcinogenic compounds such as mercury, xenobiotics (pesticide and drug residue) and many other toxins.
The coffee used is a specialty blonde or gold roast of beans, which is 87% higher in palmitic acid, and 46% higher in caffeine than regular coffee, making it ideal for cleansing and detoxification.
What to expect
The coffee is administered in the last 10 -15 minutes of the session. The goal is to absorb or hold the coffee for 10-15 minutes. A “gurgle or squirting” is often heard or felt under the right rib cage (or sometimes close to the mid line of the abdomen) as bile is emptied out of the gall bladder.
The coffee also acts to stimulate peristalsis in the colon, and assists with releasing of waste, so can be used anytime during the treatment to stimulate release.
Are there any side effects?
Because the caffeine is absorbed in the hepatic portal system, it does not have the same effect as when it is consumed as a beverage. For this reason, most people who are intolerant of coffee (as a beverage) have no problem with coffee enemas. As well, electrolyte mineral absorption is not compromised by using coffee enemas because minerals are absorbed ABOVE the descending colon where the enema is retained.