Coffee Enemas

Posted by Eileen Durfee on 25th Mar 2015

Get your morning caffeine like never before – with a coffee enema! This powerful detoxification tool is used to help with toxicity and healing the body. Detoxification is important no matter what age you are and can remove all kinds of toxins including toxic metals, chemicals, biological toxins, and more. This is a very important process that helps to restore and maintain your health.

Coffee enemas can help to:

  • Remove toxins, yeasts, parasites
  • Clean and heal the colon
  • Detoxify liver and colon and help rebuild liver
  • Reduce pain
  • Help with healing and purification reactions
  • Promote downward motion
  • Cleansing all organs and tissues
  • Relax Sympathetic Nervous System (to not inhibit detoxification)
  • Rehydrate
  • Reduce toxic load on kidneys
  • Improve digestion and bowel function

Any regular, caffeinated, or non-instant coffee can be used to perform your coffee enemas. Coffee enemas are a large part of Nutritional Balancing Science programs offered with our Hair Analysis test. We strongly recommend completing a Nutritional Balancing program along with your coffee enemas. This can help reduce your chance of symptoms and heal your body.

Coffee enemas are a simple, safe, and inexpensive way to detoxify your body. And with our Coffee Enema kit, it can all be done in the privacy and comfort of your own home! We highly recommend daily coffee enemas for the most effective results and to get you feeling your best. You can even use it up to four times a day, and Dr. Wilson suggests going back to back in both the morning and afternoon for the strongest effect. Coffee enemas should be continued for at least a year, but we recommend even longer to maximize your health.

It is important to detoxify now and a coffee enema is a great and powerful way to do this! Order your Coffee Enema kit now and start feeling great in no time!

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This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.