|Natural Herbal Enemas:
Throughout the centuries, herbs have been used to heal, tone and align the body. While herbs can be (and often are) consumed as teas, an enema is often the more efficient way of taking advantage of herbal benefits.
herbal enema is most often a gentle and relaxing experience, as well as
being soothing and healing. Herbs can do much for the colon.
Colon cleansing herbs not only cleanse and scrub old fecal matter and
toxins, but also disinfect, expel and kill parasites. Enemas have been
reported to kill candida albicans overgrowth, destroy and remove cancer
cells, stop bleeding, regulate and balance intestinal flora removing toxic
metals such as lead and mercury, and help to strengthen the muscles of the
colon promoting normal bowel movements.
supplements can be used to detoxify the bowel and tone and strengthen the
peristaltic muscles. Because most of the nutrients the body needs are
absorbed through the walls of the colon, one of the major colon’s jobs is to
squeeze whatever is in it to get the nutrients out, but after each squeezing
the peristaltic muscles are supposed to push out what is left. When the
bowel system is not working properly, the waste is not pushed out and such
residue gradually coats the walls of the colon.
An herbal enema has
several advantages over herbal teas,
while the actual product is often the same. Some people do not like the
flavor of herbal teas, this isn't a drawback when used in an enema. Also
when orally consumed, some active substances are attacked, weakened or
destroyed by gastric juices before they can be absorbed by the body. The
mucous membrane alone the intestine will absorb the active substances from a
liquid injected as an enema much faster and more efficiently than drinking it, thus an enema provides the best and fastest
avenue to achieve
the desired results!
|Recommended strength for enema use:
1 tea bag for up to 200 cc - 2 tea bags for up to 500 cc - 3 tea bags for up to one litter - 4 to 6 tea bags for up to 2 litters
OR 1tsp. for up to 200 cc - 2 tsp. for up to 500 cc - 3 tsp. for up to one litter - 4 to 6 tsp. for up to 2 litters
Bulk herbs can certainly be used as well as 'tea bags' using the same formula.
Preparation of enema
For best results we use the following procedures:
Volume & Frequency
Suggestion for intensive treatment
The effects of plants as described on our website are suggestions taken from the personal experience of herbal folk medicine as shown in literature on herbs and their effects. They neither claim to be complete nor do they guarantee any result or success. The use of herbs in enemas is solely at the discretion of the user.
Uses of specific herbs:
Skin conditions: lavender, rosewood, geranium,
We use a lot of
both herbs and essential oils in our regimen. Both
Starwest Botanicals and
Mountain Rose Herbs have superior products that I can happily recommend
to anyone. Find bulk herbs of all varieties, fresh essential oils and
much more, reasonably priced.
taking or giving an Enema:
Repeat as needed.
Be it known here, that medical science doesn't always agree with this assessment. Not enough research is done to know the benefits of herbal enemas but there are a growing number of people who use them and are quite satisfied with the results. Research and consult with practitioners you trust.
For our own use we prefer the suppliers below. We have long known them for their honesty
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|Candida albicans: is a
diploid fungus that grows both as yeast and filamentous cells and a causal
agent of opportunistic oral and genital infections in humans
Peristalsis: is a radially symmetrical contraction and relaxation of muscles which propagates in a wave down the muscular tube, in an anterograde fashion. In humans, peristalsis is found in the contraction of smooth muscles to propel contents through the digestive tract
This information is strictly educational and is not, in any way, meant to prescribe or to constitute medical advice. The information provided is designed to be used in conjunction with the guidance of a healthcare professional. The author assumes no responsibility for any presumed health effects associated with using this information.