Video: Using Enema Soap
"How to use the made-for-enema soaps in your enema solution: Basically, you want to get the equivalent of 1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon of liquid soap per quart of water. That’s just a rough estimate. Taking an enema is an art, not a science. How much enema soap you need in your enema solution is going to depend on how sensitive your body is, how often you take enemas, and on the size of your body. If you’re more sensitive, use less soap; if you’re a larger person, use more soap. You never want to feel any irritation from an enema. Always start with a smaller amount of any therapeutic solution and build from that point so that you don’t end up with an irritated colon.
The enema soaps can be used one of two ways: you can flake bits off the bar of soap with a peeler or knife, or you can put the enema soap into your water directly, in a cup or in your enema bag, like in the wonderful silicone enema bag. When placing the enema soap directly into water, just drop it in the enema bag and let the soap sit in the enema bag for one minute, maybe two minutes. Make a milky solution in water and then take the bar of enema soap out of the water. This is really the easiest way to do it, but it will dissolve your enema soap more quickly. The flaking of the enema soap does allow the bar to last longer, but it takes the flakes of enema soap longer to dissolve.
If you have any questions about how to use enema soap, please contact Kristina Amelong at the Optimal Health Network."
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