The Coffee Enema
Why Coffee Enema?
by Jordan Blaikie the Flush Man
A coffee enema is an effective gentle way to release toxins from the body by stimulating the liver and gall bladder to relax and go into detox mode. The coffee enema has been around for hundreds of years as a liver detox method of effectively detoxing the liver and gallbladder. People have been known to release stones from the liver and bladder after doing a coffee enema.
The coffee enema is used as an important ingredient in the liver flush protocol. Coffee is very acidic while the small intestines is very alkaline. When you drink coffee the acids from the coffee interact with the alkaline PH balance of the small intestines. The body is always trying to alkalize so when we bring in acids (coffee) it causes more work for the digestive system. When you take coffee as an enema it goes the large colon which is acidic just like the coffee. With both being acidic our bodies don't have to work as hard to bring the PH balance more alkaline. Also the body absorbs the coffee faster and more efficiently as an enema then when taking orally. Don't skip the coffee enema, it is an important ingredient in the liver flush protocol.
Coffee Enema - Liver Disease Treatment
The coffee enema may be a viable alternative treatment to liver diseases including fatty liver, fibrosis, cirrhosis, necrosis and liver failure. The coffee enema is more gentle and less invasive than a liver flush for treating these diseases. But often the coffee enema is not enough to reverse these advanced diseases. To reverse these diseases follow Jordan Blaikie's advanced liver flush protocol found at the top of this page.
How To Do A Coffee Enema At Home?
by Jordan Blaikie The Flush Man