Water : Nothing is more important than the old saying “dilution is the solution to pollution.” Avoid plastic water bottles and try for filtered water in glass bottles instead. Filter your own water, put it in a glass bottle and reduce your carbon footprint while detoxifying yourself.
Below are some of the main points that conventional medicine propagates which undoubtedly spreads confusion and fear:
I think I’ll just quote Merriam-Webster here. It is “the injection of liquid into the rectum and colon by way of the anus.” And the liquid in question is coffee. Not just any old coffee by the way. Must be caffeinated. Must be organic. Must be pretty darn magical to be a party to this song and dance.
Coffee enemas, like taking an aspirin or any other medicine, is potentially dangerous. There are only a few reasons why you shouldn’t do a coffee enema, such as electrolyte imbalance, congestive heart failure, and actively bleeding hemorrhoids, which is why you can discuss it with your integrative or holistic doctor to see if you are a good candidate. If your integrative or holistic doctor does not agree that colon therapy is beneficial, he or she will likely not support coffee enemas.
An alternative treatment used to "cleanse the colon," a coffee enema involves introducing a mixture of coffee and water into the colon by way of the rectum. Proponents suggest that coffee enemas can aid in detox and clear potentially harmful substances from the body.
Avoid acetaminophen (Tylenol) : It is one of the worst liver toxins around. Its use is associated with the single most common reason for liver failure and organ transplant surgery. If acetaminophen is in your medicine cabinet, just throw it away. Try resveratrol, curcumin, white willow bark, CBD or ginger capsules for pain.
"The patient generally lies on a table and water (with or without additional herbs or compounds) is pumped through the rectum via a tube," the researchers wrote in the report. "Unlike enemas, for which a small amount of fluid is used, however, colon cleansing calls for a large volume of fluid — up to 60 liters [15 gallons] — to be introduced into the rectum [not all at once, but over the course of the procedure]. Fluids and waste are expelled through another tube. The procedure may be repeated several times."
These two therapies in conjunction work synergistically as a tag team effort: colonics removing the built up residual fecal matter, and coffee enemas removing toxins throughout the liver and blood such as heavy metals, fungi and viruses. The two have a powerful detoxifying effect on the body and mind. However, the internet will have you believe otherwise.