Home Enema Expertise & Equipment
Are you seeking reliable information on colon cleansing topics such as how to take an enema, how to clean your enema equipment, or the benefits of coffee enemas? Are you shopping for quality home enema equipment like enema bags, a complete enema kit, or an enema nozzle? Published by
Along with details on all types of enema equipment, including convenient enema bag kits, Kristina provides thorough guidelines on how to use colon cleansing to optimize your health. Her instructional articles are based on extensive research and over 20 years of clinical experience. Topics include how to take enemas safely, recommended enema solutions, how to perform a coffee enema, and what ingredients to use for an enema implant.
This website also offers information on a unique coffee enema protocol. Guidelines include how to find and use made-for-enema coffee, as well as educational material on preparing the enema coffee, recommended equipment, a procedure to optimize its benefits, and a nutritional practice to support the body while taking it…
Colon Cleanse Alternative to Enemas
When taken under the guidelines laid out on this website, enemas are safe and effective. However, situations occur where a colon cleanse using an enema is not the best answer…
Enema Equipment Buying Guide
Within these pages you will also find an enema equipment buying guide that helps you understand the benefits of different enema bags, nozzles, tubing, and clamps to find ones that most suit your individual needs. For instance, if your goal is a complete colon cleanse with a home enema series, you will find that the innovative Flowmaster Cleansing System enema bag kits offer a
How To Clean Enema Equipment
The best and simplest way to clean your enema equipment is to run hot, soapy water through both the bag or bucket and tubing. Use a small brush to thoroughly clean your nozzle, also with hot, soapy water. Add a few drops of our Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE) to the soapy water, which acts as a non-toxic sterilizing agent. Our Enema Equipment Cleaning Kit includes both soap and GSE…
Soap Suds Enemas: How To Stimulate Bowel Movement and Relieve Constipation
By Kristina Amelong, CCT, CNC
May 26, 2021
Soap suds enemas have been around for decades, and are well-known as an effective way to stimulate bowel movement and relieve constipation. Soap suds enemas are safe and easy to do, but it’s very important to use the right type and amount of soap in your enema for the best results.
Using too much soap in an enema, using the wrong kind of soap, or not following up a soap suds enema with a rinse enema afterward can all cause stomach cramping after the enema.
What Type of Soap Should I Use in an Enema?
It’s best to avoid all commercial dish or bath soaps (such as Dawn dish soap) that you might find at a grocery or drug store, even the ones labeled “natural”. Never use commercial antibacterial soaps, or soaps with sodium lauryl sulphate. Using a soap with harsh chemicals in it can have a negative impact on the colon, and may actually damage the walls of the colon.
This is why I recommend using OHN’s made-for-enema Frankincense and Myrrh Goat Milk Soap. Not only is this soap free of harsh or harmful chemicals, but it also contains butyric acid, which is the primary food source for the cells that line the colon walls. Low levels of butyric acid can contribute to health problems such as Crohn’s Disease and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), so it’s extremely beneficial for your colon to receive the butyric acid in this soap. The butyric acid and frankincense and myrrh essential oils also help to reduce inflammation in the colon, which can help reduce risk of colon cancer and improve overall health…