Soap Suds Enema

Remember when taking enemas always use filtered or bottled water!
Never inject anything into your colon hotter than 115 Fahrenheit.

Soap is the most often used enema additive.
Something to remember is that a soap suds enema is very irritating to the intestinal lining!
The only soap you want to use if you're going to use soap in your enema solution is a mild Castile soap.

Castile soap is a gentle soap that is made with coconut oil or olive oil. It is used to stimulate peristaltic action in the intestines when used for enemas. Castile soap is a minor irritant so be sure to follow up with a warm water enema or a warm salt water enema or two to rinse out the soap solution.

Take a bar of castile soap use a small amount of the bar {you can shave some of it into your warm water  or just dissolve it in the water to make the solution}. Make sure it is dissolved.  It should produce suds on top of the water to be the right strength. If the water is approximately 105 107 Fahrenheit this should be easy to accomplish.

Never use any kind of dishwashing liquid or laundry detergent or shampoo
for your enema soap as they contain chemicals that can damage the delicate intestinal lining the same with deodorant bar soaps.

if you need a strong peristaltic action then Conti Castile or Kirks Castile soap are good choices.
Conti Castile soap is made from olive oil where as Kirk's Castile soap is made from coconut oil. Either one works well as an enema additive or for skin cleansing.

There are several liquid soaps available on the market . One brand is Dr. Bonners and it comes with several herbal additives and are mile soaps specifically for enemas.  Lavender,  Castile Soap , Lavender Mandarin Soap   Grassy Mint Soap, Peppermint soap,
 Pomegranate and Acai Lemongrass and Sage soap, goats milk soap.  These soaps are herbal, coconut, olive oil based and are excellent for bowel cleansing

Soap Enema Recipe:

2000 ml {milliliters}{2liters}of warm filtered water.  Just a little over 2 qts.
Dissolve some of a bar of soap in the 2000ml. of water until water is milky and sudsy.
or 5 ml liquid Castile soap to 1000 ml of water 1000 ml of water equals approximately a little over 1 qt.

Temperature 103 to 105 Fahrenheit at time of insertion

Directions for taking or giving an Enema:

Repeat Enema as necessary.
You can refill the bag as many times as needed to complete this procedure.

You should take a warm water rinse enema after a soapy enema to remove the soap solution from the intestinal walls. Otherwise this can keep irritating the intestine lining for sometime.

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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.