DetoxifyThe Body From Pollutants With Coffee Enemas, Charlotte Gerson is Wise, heed her Wisdom! 6:53 min.

DetoxifyThe Body From Pollutants With Coffee Enemas, Charlotte Gerson is Wise, heed her Wisdom! 6:53 min.
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Detoxing the Body From All Harmful Pollutants, The Key to Longevity is be Detoxing the Liver and the Coffee Enema, using the green coffee bean(beans not roasted or burned) will Stimulate SGT, which is the most POTENT free radical the body can produce naturally, then after this is done you FLOOD the cells w LIVE healing nutrients by breaking the cell wall open on the various Organic fruits and vegetables and JUICING THEM!!! Get your JUICE ON baby! Also HEED this wise womans words, for she knows the way to longevity! She is 92, and still ROCKIN that carrot juice out for the whole world to see, and I love her so much for the message she spreads, and her clinics help many who are sick and dis-eased, not just cancer guys, this type of detoxing is for ALL who have ailments, even if your body is in harmony these coffee enema detoxes will raise your vibrations, if juicing is included after this process, as it takes Nutrients to run the SGT process in the body! www.facebook.com/juicerelovution.com Thank you all! Much love to you! Please check w your doctor if you take harmful prescription drugs before beginning to get healthy through natural means, as many of the organic plant based harmonious things will interfere w such harmful pollutants such as prescription drugs. Thanks again!
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Proof That Coffee Enemas Remove Parasites & Mucus: Testimonial (PARASITES SHOWN); 3:15 min.

Proof That Coffee Enemas Remove Parasites & Mucus: Testimonial (PARASITES SHOWN); 3:15 min.
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**WARNING!! IF YOU ARE EASILY GROSSED OUT OR SQUEAMISH, PLEASE CLICK AWAY! THIS MIGHT BE TOO MUCH FOR YOU**

DEAR VIEWER. IF YOU ARE GOING TO BEGIN DOING COFFEE ENEMAS FOR ANY REASON, PLEASE DO NOT FORGET TO SUPPLEMENT WITH A PROBIOTIC OR INTRODUCE PROBIOTIC RICH FOODS INTO YOUR DIET. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT WHILE DOING ANY KIND OF ENEMA. COFFEE ENEMAS ARE COMPLETELY 100% SAFE IF YOU ARE REPOPULATING YOUR NATURAL GUT FLORA. SOME GOOD FOOD OPTIONS ARE KOMBUCHA DRINK, SAEURKRAUT, KIMCHI, & KIFIR FOR ANIMAL BASED DIETS. HAPPY AND SAFE DETOXIFYING

Hello, all! The last parasite video that I uploaded cut off portions of videos filmed while I was on a water fast and a 'two coffee enemas a day" regimen as well as the aftermath extraction after my coffee enemas. These two videos show my most heavy extraction of parasites I have ever experienced, so I want to make sure you guys see how effective Coffee Enemas are at treating parasites at home(Holy cow). Because of this, I recommend anyone who is having issues regarding your bowels, parasites of any kind or liver to do research on how to administer a coffee enema and all of its amazing benefits. I know it might sound strange, but this is an actual medical procedure that doctors use to treat many things, even cancer! (With success, might I add) So let's all be adults and get over the whole poop thing. We gotta take care of our own bodies. there really ain't know question about it. PLUMB IT OUT lol! I have experienced nothing but amazing results getting these little buggers out of me, and hope someone who has gone through that same feeling of feeling powerless to these parasites to feel the same amount of relief to see them all get flushed the fuck down the toilet!

The first clip was after my second coffee enema. The parasites came out with the coffee. The second clip shows the Parasites that came out by themselves shortly after my coffee enemas. I would say anywhere from 30 to 60 min after administration.

All it takes is a little TLC and patience. I encourage you to do your own research and come to your own conclusions as to how effective it is; give it a try!

If you have discovered that you or a loved one has parasites, DON'T PANIC! breathe. they are treatable holistically. (and yes, IT WORKS!!)

DO SOME RESEARCH:
-Coffee Enemas
-Distilled Water Enemas
-Switching to a Plant Based Diet
-Supplement Diatomaceous Earth

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The Gonzalez protocol: Worse than useless for pancreatic cancer

The silence is deafening.

Yes, I know it’s a cliche, but it’s really true this time. Last month, a major study whose results had been anticipated by the alt-med community, as well as those of us who consider it to be highly unethical pseudoscience, were reported. However, they were reported without fanfare, without press releases, without any sort of publicity whatsoever. Only a handful of bloggers who have paid attention to the issue (myself included) even noticed, and even I wouldn’t have noticed if someone hadn’t forwarded the journal article to me and asked me what I thought of it. So under the radar is this important paper that not a single alt-med website that I’ve been able to find has commented on it, even nearly four weeks after its release.

I wonder why.

I suspect that you’ll soon understand why. The study is of an “alternative” medical therapy for pancreatic cancer, one of the most lethal, if not the most lethal, cancer there is. There are several reasons for the lethality of pancreatic cancer. Less than 5% of all patients diagnosed with pancreatic cancer are alive five years after diagnosis. To put it another way, pancreatic cancer is the tenth most commonly diagnosed cancer but number four in the list of cancer killers. That’s because most (at least 80%) are diagnosed with unresectable and/or metastatic disease, for whom surgery cannot be performed. Given that the only currently known possible chance of long term survival in pancreatic cancer comes from a complete surgical resection of the cancer with negative surgical margins (i.e., no tumor at the margins of the surgical specimens and a rim of normal tissue between the margin and the tumor), any pancreatic cancer patient who is not a candidate for surgery has incurable disease. Of the minority of patients who do have their cancer completely resected surgically, the five year survival rate is better, perhaps in the range of 15-20% or so, but still the vast majority will be dead within five years, usually much less. Moreover, known as a pancreaticoduodenectomy or Whipple procedure, the surgery necessary to remove a pancreatic cancer in the head of the pancreas (the most common location) is a huge operation that involves removing the head of the pancreas and the duodenum and then reconstructing the connections between the bile and pancreatic ducts and the GI tract and establishing continuity between the stomach and small intestine. It’s a tour de force operation that often takes 8 hours or more and is fraught with the potential for complications, both short term and long term. However, for someone with a potentially resectable pancreatic cancer in the head of the pancreas, it is the patient’s only hope. Even so, after surgery, median survival times still only range from 12 to 19 months.

Because the outlook for pancreatic cancer, particularly unresectable pancreatic cancer is so grim (the median survival has barely budged from less than six months for decades. Median survival for untreated metastatic pancreatic cancer is on the order of 3-4 months, although gemcitabine chemotherapy regimens combined with radiation) can result in median survivals of six months or more. For locally advanced pancreatic cancer that cannot be resected but has not metastasized, the median survival is on the order of 6-12 months depending on the study. Thus, we can rightly say that pancreatic cancer is one of those cancers for which science-based medicine has frustratingly little to offer that can cure it. That’s not to say that science-based medicine doesn’t have a lot to offer for palliation, but no one wants just palliation. We all want to live to a ripe old age, not just have our pain and nausea palliated for a few months before cancer claims us. Even scarier is that pancreatic cancer usually produces few or no symptoms until it is fairly advanced. Usual symptoms include vague upper abdominal discomfort, loss of appetite, and post-prandial nausea from intermittent gastric outlet obstruction, you know, the sorts of symptoms that nearly of us have from time to time and that primary care doctors see in their practice every day. By the time a pancreatic cancer causes severe pain or obstructs the bile duct leading to jaunice, it’s usually unresectable or metastatic. (Often the reason it causes such severe pain is because it invades a plexus of nerves just posterior to the pancreas.)

It is the very deadliness of pancreatic cancer and the lack of effective life-saving or life-prolonging treatments for it that make pancreatic cancer a ripe condition for quackery. Rising above most other quackeries to attract a lot of attention about a decade ago is a quackery known as the Gonzalez protocol. It is described on Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez’s website as involving dietary changes, supplements, the replenishment of pancreatic proteolytic enzymes, and “detoxification,” including coffee enemas. It is not an easy therapy to undergo. For example, Dr. Gonzalez states:

I know of no science-based cancer protocol that requires a patient to consume 150 pills a day. There are also the dietary alterations that can be quite hard to follow, as well as the frequent coffee enemas. All in all, the Gonzalez protocol is an arduous regimen for a debilitated pancreatic cancer patient to follow. Still, for some reason, it gained some popularity in the “complementary and alternative medicine” (CAM) community, so much so that, based on poorly designed case series of eleven patients, Dr. Gonzalez managed to get a clinical trial funded by the NIH to study his method versus standard chemotherapy, a sordid story that Dr. Atwood has chronicled in detail in a long series of blog posts. That trial ended in 2005.

So why is it 2009 before we have the results of this trial, which show that the Gonzalez protocol is worse than useless? As Gollum would say, “It makes us wonder, yes it does.” The trial, begun in 1999, is known formally as Prospective Cohort Study of Gemcitabine Versus Intensive Pancreatic Proteolytic Enzyme Therapy With Ancillary Nutritional Support (Gonzalez Regimen) in Patients With Stage II, III, or IV Adenocarcinoma of the Pancreas. The results were finally reported in an E-pub ahead of print manuscript for the flagship journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, the Journal of Clinical Oncology, and entitled Pancreatic Proteolytic Enzyme Therapy Compared With Gemcitabine-Based Chemotherapy for the Treatment of Pancreatic Cancer, written by John A. Chabot, Wei-Yann Tsai, Robert L. Fine, Chunxia Chen, Carolyn K. Kumah, Karen A. Antman, and Victor R. Grann. It is a clinical trial studying fairy dust versus science in treating a horrific disease.

Sadly, the “scientific” rationale behind the Gonzalez protocol, with its megadoses of supplements and pancreatic enzymes plus “detoxification” by coffee enemas, is a perfect example of what Harriet Hall terms “Tooth Fairy science.” The Gonzalez treatment is basically a modification of a protocol known as the Kelley Treatment, which in turn was very similar to the Gerson protocol. In any case, it’s all an example of how alties have this conception that disease is caused by “toxins” and “contamination” that must somehow be purged in a religious ritual of colon cleansing. I’ve joked about this before as being an example of when mere regularity is not enough and mocking late night infomercials about colon cleanses, but, totally serious, Chabot writes in the introduction to this study:

This is the very example of an implausible hypothesis. True, it’s not as implausible as homeopathy (few hypotheses are), but it goes against everything we know about cancer in general and pancreatic cancer in particular. There is no evidence that pancreatic enzyme deficiency has anything to do with pancreatic cancer, for example. Nor is there any evidence that this discription of the rationale behind the Gonzalez protocol, cribbed straight from the NCI website, has any relationship to reality:

Here’s the problem. These “toxins” are never identified, nor is there any evidence that the Gonzalez regimen actually removes them. It’s not that environmental exposures don’t have an effect on cancer susceptibility. Smoking can cause lung cancer and, ironically enough, increase the risk of pancreatic cancer as well. “Detoxification” quackery like the Gonzalez protocol takes science and turns it into Tooth Fairy science by giving near magical characteristics to these “toxins.” In any case, cancer is primarily a genetic disease. Even heavy smokers who smoke for 50 years “only” have about a 25% lifetime risk of developing lung cancer, which means more smokers don’t get lung cancer than do. In any case, think about it: Let’s say there is this host of unnamed, undefined “toxins” that give you pancreatic cancer. Remember, the toxins from tobacco smoke that predispose to lung cancer are largely known and quantifiable. Why would one think that coffee enemas would remove those “toxins”? Certainly there is no scientific basis to think that the special diet, the dozens of capsules of supplements and pancreatic enzymes, or the other aspects of the regimen would “detoxify” anything. Basically, the Gonzalez protocol appears to derive from a prescientific notion of disease that is almost religious in its nature blaming “contamination” as the cause of all disease and that one must “purge oneself” of this “contamination” to cure the disease.

But, say Gonzalez supporters, what about the case series of 11 patients with stage II to IV pancreatic cancer from the 1990s reporting 81% survival at 1 year and 45% at 2 years, with 4 of the 11 patients surviving for 3 years? As Dr. Kimball Atwood pointed out, this was a nonconsecutive case series, a so-called “best case” series. Basically, it’s a cherry-picked series, and I’ve criticized “best case” series before because they in essence intentionally look at outliers for whom the therapy may or may not have made a difference. Some patients with pancreatic cancer do survive longer than a year. Indeed, actor Patrick Swayze is one such patient, who has now been alive over a year and a half since being diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer with liver metastases. Without knowing the denominator (i.e., how many patients Gonzalez treated to produce those 11 patients with significantly better than average survival for pancreatic cancer), his case series is meaningless. Indeed, back in my old Usenet days in the late 1990s and early 2000s, I would frequently comment that if I were to apply for a grant at the NIH to fund a clinical trial based on such a thin gruel of preliminary data, my application would have found its way to the cylindrical file. The trial for the Gonzalez protocol did not. Selection bias is a wonderful thing if you’re peddling unscientific cancer therapies, where patients who actually could undergo the rigorous Gonzalez protocol would be more likely to be doing better and thus more likely to continue to do better than average, therapy aside.

So what was this trial? These were the objectives:

The two arms of the study were described thusly:

Arm I is the very epitome of Tooth Fairy science. Indeed, it’s pure fantasy. How such a study was ever approved by an Institutional Review Board, I’ll never know. It is to the shame of medical academia that it ever was.

However this misbegotten parody of a clinical trial came into existence and somehow managed to slime its way into being funded and accruing patients, a word needs to be said about the design of this study. It is not randomized, and it is not double-blinded. It was originally designed as a randomized but not blinded study, given the difficulty in blinding which group is getting coffee enemas, for example, and which were not. (I can see how placebo enemas would be a problem.) Even so, because placebo effects would not be evident in the objective outcome, namely survival, this would not be a major problem in a study of this sort, although the lack of blinding could conceivably affect the quality of life measurements. Unfortunately, investigators could only accrue three patients between 1999 and 2001; so in 2001, the trial protocol was converted from a randomized phase III design to an open label observational design. Basically, patients picked which therapy they wanted, and the investigators prospectively studied how they did. The figure below shows the ultimate flow of patients:

One serious problem with a nonrandomized design like this is the likelihood of selection bias. In this case, it would be “self-selection” bias in that investigators would have to worry whether patients who were either worse off or better off might opt preferentially for one arm of the trial over the other. I will address that point after we look at the results, which are quite striking:

In words:

Moreover, the quality of life, as measured by standardized surveys, was actually worse for the Gonzalez therapy group:

In all my years in medicine, surgery, and surgical oncology, I have never seen a study with such a striking difference in outcome between the two groups. No wonder the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) issued a determination letter stating that it was appropriate to terminate the study before the full 72 patients were enrolled due to the study having reached its “predetermined stopping point.” These days, clinical trials are designed with periodic assessment of results and predetermined stopping points. These stopping points are invoked to shut down the trial in the event that one group is doing so significantly better than the other that enrolling the remaining patients could not possibly change the result. The purpose of such a stopping point is to protect clinical trial subjects from being enrolled in a study that no longer has clinical equipoise; i.e., the groups can no longer be predicted to have roughly equivalent outcomes based on what we know. Usually, it’s the experimental group that does better than the control group. At least that’s the intent. Sometimes, however, as in the case of the Gonzalez protocol, it’s the experimental group that does much worse, so much so that the study has to be halted before reaching its full accrual.

But it’s even worse than that. Not only was the median survival of patients in the Gonzalez therapy group worse than it was for the standard chemotherapy group, it was three times worse. At one year, 56% of the chemotherapy patients were alive; only 16% of the Gonzalez protocol patients were. But it’s still even worse than that for the Gonzalez therapy. Not only did Gonzalez therapy patients do worse than those receiving standard therapy, but they did worse than the “average” pancreatic cancer patient as determined by the survival curve derived from data from the SEER Database. The most likely reason to explain such a result is that the Gonzalez therapy is not just inferior to gemcitabine but is probably completely biologically inactive against pancreatic cancer. What we are looking when we examine the survival curve for the Gonzalez protocol group is, most likely, indistinguishable from a survival curve of untreated pancreatic cancer versus treated.

Is this study a slam dunk? Is the Gonzalez therapy, for all intents and purposes, as dead as the parrot in a Monty Python sketch? Or is it still pining for the fjords? Personally, I’d say that this study is proof positive that, as far as having any use whatsoever in pancreatic cancer, the Gonzalez protocol has shuffled off ‘its mortal coil, run down the curtain and joined the bleedin’ choir invisible.

That’s not to say there aren’t a few problems. First and foremost, the nonrandomized nature of the trial makes it possible that biases crept in. As I mentioned before, that is always a potential problem with a nonrandomized study design, especially one in which the patients can select which group they want to be in. Fortunately, the patients in each group ended up being reasonably well matched in age, gender, and other demographics. There was, however, at least one relevant difference that no one discussed. Indeed, I’m surprised that the investigators didn’t mention it, as it could have at least partially suggested a reason why the Gonzalez group might have done so poorly early on. It’s unlikely to have made a difference big enough to have explained the huge difference between patient groups, but it would at least have been a straw to grasp at. Specifically, the serum albumin levels in the Gonzalez group were statistically significantly lower than they were in the control group. Albumin is a rough estimate of nutrition (although there are better parameters) and we surgeons know that lower albumin levels are associated with increased early mortality in pancreatic cancer. I doubt that this is anywhere near enough to explain such a huge difference in mortality between the two groups, especially since the difference between the albumin levels in the two groups was relatively small (4.3 g/dL versus 4.0 g/dL), with the Gonzalez group still having albumin levels within the normal range, but it is one difference that caught my eye. It is also likely (but not well explained) that there were differences in supportive care, such as the rate of inserting biliary stents to relieve bile duct obstruction or aggressively treating infections such as ascending cholangitis, which is one of the most common causes of death in pancreatic cancer patients. The obstructed bile duct causes bile to back up; the bile gets infected; and the patient develops a life-threatening infection. The primary treatment is biliary drainage, either through a tube inserted endoscopically into the bile duct or inserted through percutaneously into the bile ducts in the liver. Antibiotics are necessary, too, of course, but they don’t do much good without biliary drainage. Also, if there was a difference in palliative care between the two groups, that, too, would be yet another example of the unethical nature of this trial.

The one thing that surprised me about this study was not so much that the Gonzalez group had the same mortality and median survival as, in essence, untreated pancreatic cancer patients (which they are), but rather that the survival in the gemcitabine group was so long (14 months). This is better than most studies of gemcitabine-based regimens from the time period during which patients accrued to this study (although results of more recent trials have been better). This suggests a possibility of some unexpected selection bias. Alternatively, it could be that this is simply an outlier group. However, it’s highly unlikely that it invalidates the study. Given the striking difference between the two groups and the fact that the Gonzalez group did more poorly than historical controls, from this study we can confidently say that the Gonzalez protocol is almost certainly no better than no treatment.

In fact, it’s probably worse. Go back to Dr. Atwood’s post on this issue and consider the story of an unfortunate 40 year old man who enrolled in the trial and chose the Gonzalez protocol arm. This man was told to have his fillings removed and afterward tried as hard as he could to continue the regimen to the letter and suffered horribly as he did. At one point he was even told that increasing pain might be an indication that his tumors were “dissolving.” Although it may be that the Gonzalez protocol didn’t make his pain worse, it’s quite clear that the man’s pursuing the therapy kept him from persuing effective palliative care that might have made his last few months on this earth a lot less unpleasant. Indeed, this makes me wonder what the investigators did after the trial was closed. From an ethics standpoint, every patient in the Gonzalez arm should immediately have been informed of these results and been strongly encouraged to give up the Gonzalez protocol and undergo standard gemcitabine chemotherapy.

Finally, the most disturbing issue that this trial raises is the question of why it took nearly four years after the trial was stopped to publish the results. Dr. Atwood has speculated why this might be the case, namely to cover up the results that were unfavorable to Gonzalez. There is now no doubt that this trial was completely unethical right from the very beginning, but that lack of ethics was compounded by not having the results reported right away. In this, after having had a few days to think about it, I am going to have to strongly disagree with Dr. Atwood when he asserted, “A compelling argument can even be made that the JCO should not have published the report–as paradoxical as that sounds.”

I can understand where he’s coming from. This study clearly violates the Helsinki Declaration, to which JCO requires the clinical trials that it publishes to adhere. However, I find an it equally, if not more, compelling to take the view that the patients who suffered in the Gonzalez group will have suffered in vain if the results of this trial were not published. I also tend to take the view that shining a light on such a trial, in the form of publication, is a good thing in this particular case because it eliminates the uncertainty over whether the results were as bad as we know them to be. Let’s put it this way: If the results were not published in a peer-reviewed journal but rather announced or mentioned in a report, they would seem less credible to shruggies. It is these people who need these bad results rubbed in their noses, the better to let the stench waft into their nasal passages and make them retch. When they ask, “What’s the harm,” we can tell them in no uncertain terms what the harm is. The same would apply if they were simply announced on ClinicalTrials.gov or mentioned in a report. It’s just not the same as a peer-reviewed publication in one of the highest impact oncology journals there is. This is truly a case where the greater good can be served by disseminating this data far and wide as soon as possible by the most scientifically credible means necessary.

One thing that is most remarkable is that this study was released without any fanfare whatsoever. You can bet that, had the results been positive, it would have been trumpeted with press releases. I bet that even if the results had shown that the Gonzalez protocol was no worse than “conventional” therapy, it would have been trumpeted as “Gonzalez therapy as good as conventional chemotherapy!” to the press. Yet, here we have exceedingly striking results, results far more striking that we usually see in any clinical trial, cancer or otherwise and what do we hear?

Nothing.

Well, not quite nothing. H. Kenneth Schueler, writing for Ralph Moss, who is a booster of the Gonzalez therapy and was involved in the genesis of this clinical trial, has commented in a post entitled Clinical Trial of Pancreatic Enzymes: One View. He actually seems to accept the trial results, sort of. After pointing out that it is not surprising that an advanced cancer would require chemotherapy, he tries to rationalize away some of the differences in quality of life observed in the trial but in the end more or less accepts the trial results. More typical to me is how Schueler sidesteps the horrific disaster that is this trial and starts complaining that it’s wrong to view its results as scientific medicine trumping “alternative” medicine (which is actually exactly right; scientific medicine did trump alternative medicine in this trial):

Ah, yes, the old Galileo/Semmelweis/Marshall/Warren gambit. As if we haven’t heard that before. Of course, it’s a myth that Marshall and Warren were treated so poorly. In fact, the acceptance of H. pylori as a major cause of duodenal ulcers happened in record time. Within less than a decade, the standard of care for duodenal ulcers radically changed. I lived through this transition. It was fast, and it was based on overwhelming evidence. In other words, it was a triumph of science-based medicine. Compare that to CAM, where centuries-old concepts still prevail, unaffected by a hundred years of scientific medicine.

Schueler’s conclusion? To try to coopt the language of science:

No duh. That’s what real oncologists are increasingly beginning to believe, too. That does not mean that “integrating” pseudoscience with science will necessarily result in better outcomes. I know where Schueler’s going with this. He’s going to argue that various forms of woo target different tumor growth mechanisms or that herbal remedies are better because there’s more stuff in there, again, to target different tumor mechanisms, but his is an evidence-free assertion. As I’ve said many times before, show me the evidence, or, as I put it when I’m in one of my cruder moods, evidence talks, bullshit walks, and Schueler’s assertion, without solid evidence to back it up, is nothing more than bullshit.

It is a smelly load that I suspect we’ll be seeing and hearing a lot of once CAMsters finally figure out that they can’t ignore this study any more. I suspect that will happen when the study actually sees physical print. It’s fairly easy to ignore an E-pub that comes out weeks or months before the physical article, but harder to do so when the article comes out. I’ve seen articles where no press release accompanied the electronic publication but did accompany the print release, and I’ve even seen articles where press releases were issued months after the study was published.

My guess, however, is that there will be no press release and no accompanying editorial. The authors, I suspect, are embarrassed by the results that they want as little attention as possible, which is why I plan on keeping an eye out for the print publication and updating this post when that happens.

REFERENCE:

John A. Chabot, Wei-Yann Tsai, Robert L. Fine, Chunxia Chen, Carolyn K. Kumah, Karen A. Antman, & Victor R. Grann (2009). Pancreatic Proteolytic Enzyme Therapy Compared With Gemcitabine-Based Chemotherapy for the Treatment of Pancreatic Cancer Journal of Clinical Oncology : 10.1200/JCO.2009.22.8429 (E-pub ahead of print).

The Truth About Coffee Enemas Hidden From You by Big Pharma - Dr. Nicholas Gonzalez; 4:28 min.

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Tips For Making A Coffee Enema For Detoxing; 14:47 min.

Tips For Making A Coffee Enema For Detoxing; 14:47 min.
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How to do a coffee enema...

Kate talks about how to prepare coffee for her coffee enemas that help her to heal her liver and gall bladder. Liver cleansing is really important as all the blood in the body gets filtered through the liver ever 15 minutes.

If you're interested in more information about why you should do coffee enemas for your cleansing and detoxification listen to this:http://www.extremehealthradio.com/185

I find coffee enemas better than doing colon hydrotherapy or colonics, although colonics are also amazing but coffee enemas are jus easier because you can do coffee enemas in your own bathroom and home. Coffee enemas are much more private. ;)

Thanks for watching this video about how we do a coffee enema.

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Tips For Making A Coffee Enema For Detoxing 14:47 min.

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How to do a coffee enema... Kate talks about how to prepare coffee for her coffee enemas that help her to heal her liver and gall bladder. Liver cleansing is really important as all the blood in the body gets filtered through the liver ever 15 minutes. If you're interested in more information about why you should do coffee enemas for your cleansing and detoxification listen to this:http://www.extremehealthradio.com/185 I find coffee enemas better than doing colon hydrotherapy or colonics, although colonics are also amazing but coffee enemas are jus easier because you can do coffee enemas in your own bathroom and home. Coffee enemas are much more private. ;) Thanks for watching this video about how we do a coffee enema. Kate and Justin ------------------- On Extreme Health Radio we discuss, natural healing, alternative health practices, health, longevity, spirituality and personal development and growth. If you're into that, connect with us below we'd love to have you a part of our growing community! :) 

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William Carpenter11 months ago

Nice video. Some additional thoughts that might help folks. 1. I use two yoga blocks that I keep the plastic wrap on when I purchased them to raise my legs to keep the colon in a more natural position. 2. I prefer the same hot water bottle bag used in this video. Yet the plastic clamp is a challenge to prevent leakage. wished I had never thrown my metal one away. I heat the tube up in vanity sink water to make it more pliable so it closes easier and more tightly. 3. I have been doing these for decades. I heat up costco purchased coffee with distilled water, in a stainless steel kettle. I appreciate showing all the organic, sterile, straining methods, yet the main thing is to keep it simple and just start experimenting and doing them... And, doing them as a comprehensive health regiment with a physical as well as and even more important spiritual practice.

Stephanie Taylor2 years ago

Hi! Great video. I was recently diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma and my naturopath has recommended coffee enemas. Is it possible to make a big batch of the coffee and use it throughout the week, or does it need to be made fresh daily? Thx!

Omni26861 year ago

How come it doesn't look dark like coffee? Is it raw?

TheArmchairrocker2 months ago

Tip 1: It shouldn't be hot.

 

SBS man2 years ago

Great advice, thanks, especially using distilled water and S.A. Wilson organic coffee (the best). I find it convenient to make 12 quarts at one time and store in quart mason jars, then refrigerate. This comes out to 3 tablespoons per quart using one pound of coffee for the 12 quarts. It is about as easy to make 12 quarts as it is to make one, since you bring the whole works up to an easy boil for 20 min, then cool but do not strain with filters, but draw off the top of the pot leaving the larger residue to toss into the garden (advice from Mr. Wilson). The very fine particles of coffee are beneficial and should pass easily thru the enema tube. It is also a perfect time to add some probiotics into the enema, just empty some powdered capsules right into the enema before use 50 billion bugs is about right. Sure easy to just grab a quart jar out of frig, warm to body temp and insert.       ~~~~Coffee enemas with homemade probiotics added really rocks~~~~

Paul Gordon1 year ago

U are a good talker explains that nicely and you r beautiful

SayingMakesItSo5 months ago

I think you said that the recipe makes 2 enemas worth of coffee. That we should start with boiling 4 cups of distilled water and add 6 tablespoons of coffee. Some of the water boils off but you're still left with mostly four cups of coffee. You then said the final product is made by adding one cup of the coffee solution to two cups distilled water. If you do that you're going to have enough coffee to make four finished enama mixes (4 cups coffee mixed with 2 cups of water for each cup of coffee). So, did you really mean to make four enamas worth with one cup of coffee in each? Did you mean to make 2 enamas with 2 cups of coffee in each? Thanks

Conquering Candida8 months ago

Do you know if a coffee enema is safe when trying to kill off the digestive disease candida? thanks :)

Victoria Reynolds2 years ago

I've only tried this a couple of times but I stopped because last time I put the coffee in it never came back out! It really freaked me out! Maybe my body just absorbed it? Has this ever happened to you? I really want to do this but I'm nervous.
* QUESTIONS PLEASE * Never tried a coffee enema. How do you sterilize the inside of the rubber water bottle as bacteria/mold may accumulate? I have one like this too. I like the bucket version better because you can clean the insdie real good. Are bucket enemas on on ebay too? Need a cheesecloth bag. Also is a ACV enema good candida - do you have a video of this too? Thanks very much for your time & video!! Cheers ! :)
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Does Gerson suggest Organic Green Coffee Beans? Do I have to buy the beans and then grind them myself, which would mean I would need to buy a grinder.  What if I use my Nutri Bullet to grind the coffee and then boil the coffee in my large glass kettle then pour it through an unbleached coffee filter? Who would have thought that I would have to jump through so many hoops to try to figure this out. One woman says Org Green Coffee. Another says there should be considerations for those not used to cafienne on how much and/or the strength? Another says I should do a pure water enema first. Yet another says to use lemon water first. That yellow goop is bile. That is the color of bile. Coffee enemas are said to open the biliary tubes wide open.
Thank you, I put your instructions on a Notepad doc. I was wondering if it was ok to make a bulk amount so we wouldn't have to go to the stove every bloomin' time we wanted to do an enema. I have these milk bottles I could return to the store for the small fee I paid on top of the milk I'd purchased, but I like to keep them. Guess this is what I'll use at least one of them for! I don't have cheese cloth though, would an unbleached filter do, or a sieve do?
Do you have any advice for someone who just tried their first enema--- and had a really rough experience? Like crazy pain in the bum, and VERY caffeinated?
Is it right side or left side? some people seem to be saying left and some right! Why do yo choose distilled water over Berky water? I saw you had a Berky. How many cups per finished enema? some people again say 2 cups.
I hold it for 20 mins. Even as the enema produces pains in the first five minutes, it also seems the most purge pain happens in that last five minutes. When the pain subsides a, I purge it easily.
 

 

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70% of your lymph is in your intestine. How do you take your coffee? Gerson coffee enema from coffee beans to enema to clean up. How to make it. What roast of beans. Most of what you need to know about the coffee enema done the Gerson way. Gerson catheter included. How to hold the enema and how long. Salt or no salt. What coffee enemas do. A little history of the enema.

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COFFEE INSTRUCTIONS for three enemas:
Green Organic Fair Trade Coffee Beans - 6-9 T. For 3 application enema preparation.
Reverse Osmosis Water 9 cups for Coffee Preparation
Glass or stainless steel pot
French Press or Sieve
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The ratio is: 2-3 Tablespoons of coffee, to 2-3 cups of water per enema concentrate. You will boil this down to an 8 ounce concentrate, or for 3 APPLICATIONS, a 24 oz concentrate (approximate) in order to preserve the next two enema concentrates in the refrigerator. Store in glass jars.

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Drink 1 before enema, one after. Then the last one.

ENEMA PREPARATION:
Enema Bucket
Gerson rubber Enema Catheter with silicone tubing.
Reverse Osmosis Water: 24 Ounces per enema added to 8 ounce coffee concentrate preparation.
Himalayan Salt 1/4 Tsp.
Coconut Oil

DIRECTIONS:

Roast 9 Tablespoons fresh green, organic, fare-trade beans in a pop-corn popper for 3 minutes.

Grind fresh or 1-day-old, light roasted, organic beans until ground relatively coarse.

Place ground coffee in Reverse Osmosis water. 2-3 tablespoons, per 2-3 cups of RO water. Or 9 T. in 6-9 C. RO water in a pot.

Heat to a "Rolling Boil." Boil for 10 minutes: at Rolling Boil for 3, and simmering boil for 7 minutes.

Strain through sieve or French press and then cheese cloth. (Usually I just French press. The first pour is for the first enema, which I will pour into 16 ounces of Reverse Osmosis Water enema prep. since it is the 1st pour it is generally low in grains. The jarred preps in the refrigerator's silt sinks to the bottom of the jar so the pour is quite filtered.)

ENEMA CONCENTRATE FOR 1, 2 OR 3 APPLICATIONS BROKEN DOWN:
1 Enema Concentrate = 8 Ounces water (Should contain equivalent of 3 heaping tablespoons coffee beans).
2 Enema Concentrate = 16 Oz water = (concentrate of 6 Tbsp Coffee Beans)
3 Enema Concentrate = 24 Oz water = (concentrate of 9 Tbsp Coffee Beans.)
Each Enema totals 32 ounces of coffee combined with water.

CONCENTRATE is then DILUTED with 24 oz MORE water for the actual Coffee Enema

DRINK A GLASS OF GERSON JUICE

Pour COFFEE concentrate into enema bucket. ADD 24 ounces of WATER to your 8 Ounce Coffee Concentrate whether it's a fresh pour or what you stored in fridge in 8 oz. jars. You can dilute with RO water and about 8 ounces boiled RO water if removing a storage jar from the fridge.

Add 1/4 Tbsp. Himalayan or Sea salt.

Prime the enema by running it into the toilet, then close the clamp.
Lie on your right side in tub or on a splat mat on the ground.
Use coconut oil to lubricate the catheter and insert about 1 inch. Run the enema and insert catheter deeper.
(You may first do a water flush enema, retain it for about 2-3 minutes, then expel into toilette.)
Retain for 15 minutes.

Expel.

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Coffee Enema Gerson. How do you take your coffee? From Coffee Beans to Enema to Clean Up; 23:17 min.

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just starting on this and on your channel too...great work! I need a serious juicer...that will do bothe the harder carrot stuff and the leafy green stuff...slow is ok...have any suggestions please? Choosing is rough...i need one asap! Thanks so much. subbed
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LOL. Great info. and tips thanks. I have been doing enemas for little over 3 weeks now. The first time I did an enema I thought I was going to have an accident. I call those pains contractions I normally get more than 4, they are insane. But with much determination I refuse to allow that coffee to be the BOSS of me and held it for 20 minutes that felt like 20 days. I LOVE DOING ENEMAS KNOWING THAT THERE ARE SO MANY HEALTH BENEFITS, and the way it makes you feel after the procedure is all done. clean and empty and like you're ready to take on the entire world. Just my little experience, and enema story.
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I am trying to learn about doing coffee enemas before I get started and I'm glad I found your video for MANY reasons. New subbie here! One observation I noticed that you do differently is the way you use the connector versus the Gerson demo. It makes sense the way you have it. I guess either way works.
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wheatgrass enemas too
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Love your video. It's very informative.
 
 
 
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excellent detailed video.😊
 
 
I think it's a good way to cleanse, until this mean person said she hoped I get cervical cancer. What a meanie! Yeh, that's why we're no longer friends. Too much hate in the world already. Good vid, you look great btw!
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Awh.. was waiting for you to perform the enema on camera. 23 minutes... your beauty makes it easy to watch & listen lol.
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Can coffee enemas be done two to three times a week? Also, what about the loss of B vitamins after the enema? Can we do a B Complex vitamin enema afterwards? Thanks and great video.
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Hi, could you do a video more specific on your cleaning supplies? MMS, etc. Thanks!
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Amazing! This is the most in depth thorough well done explanation of the enema process. You must be a love-filled person to be able to share so completely. I appreciate all of the thought and careful preparation that you put into this presentation/tutorial. wow. Thank you for so kindly sharing your considerable expertise with me. You be well, bye now
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no more than two to three cups at a time. you want to keep it in the sigmoid colon. it should not be a high enema as you get the shakes.
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really well explained. loved this video. thanks for making it.
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You're the best! And very brave. Much thanks.
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Thank you for the info from a total novice healing my mum
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can you explain what goes into making your MMS/CD . Thanks for your great video on coffee enemas.
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Hello beauty! This is the most complete information I have found about coffee enema, I have been doing enema for almost 2 months almost daily, I'm healing breast cancer with ortomolecular medicine, intravenous ozone, neural therapy and quantic celular medicine... the thing is I don't know for how long can I do Coffee enemas... I used to stop few days and then restart again... I use to juice daily and prepare my kombucha or coconut water kefir and drink after the enema... sometimes just natural fruit juice... would you mind to help me? I would like to know for how long should I do enemas....
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Selena, Great Video. I have a few question, 1. I heard you should be laid on your right side when doing the enema..which is the right side and why? 2. Could you please share where you purchased the orange tube you use..that seems much soft and gentle, compares to the ones I found. thanks!!
 
 
 
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Thank you so much
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does doing the enamas help with weight loss???
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Great video, long as hell but thorough as well. Plus your very pretty so it's not bad at all.
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Great Clip & Thank you for mentioning the Assyrians
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Fyi RO water does not remove all the floride. Use ro water then distill to remove the floride. That would be the best choice. Im a plumber who does water filtration
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Hi there, Thank you for this video. I've been working my way up to starting coffee enemas. Some instructions mention laying flat on your back and some say to lay on your side. Which side do you lay on and why on the side instead of on the back? Thank you, Thank you. I really appreciate your calm style of sharing this important information. Blessings, Amara
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Are you aware that you can dowse with a pendant to discover whether anything is contaminated with harmful bacteria? It takes literally only a second and you can multiple dowse across a work surface and items in less than half a minute. You look as if you would be what I would describe as an ‘earth sensitive’ and thus you should be able to dowse OK. I run an online charity helping women to quickly self-heal from cancer and I am certain that your Enema routine would be hugely beneficial. If you would like help over dowsing please leave a comment following this comment and a means by which we can communicate. By the way an excellent video prepared with great care and sensitivity, so thank you. Kit. x
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when you flush your toilet it contaminates am min area up to 6ft just an fyi for you toothbrush
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I have about two coffee enemas per week and feel ok. Should I boost this to 3 or 4? Planning to cut down on the sugar and creamer in the bag, but love the final results.
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Thank you, great video. I like your enema bag because the hose is at the bottom, where can I buy it?
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Hi, Thanks for all the details information you share, I am kind of new in the Gerson Therapy. I was diagnostic with breast cyst, I have 2 in each breast, and I would like to use the natural way to be healing. I will love if you can hear some recommendations from you. Another thing I would like to ask you if I have anemia, could be a reason to not star with la enemas yet? I have high cholesterol also and deficiency of B12, iron deficiency. And since I star from cero, and you have more experience. Please, can you help me about what kind of grinder you use? and the filter also, what brand it is? and what kind of water purificator you use? Can I find all these things on Amazon? Thanks so much. I will be expecting your answer. kind Regards Mary
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Oh dang babylonians...Lord forgive me
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The thumbnail . ..really
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Hi, where can i buy the plastic enema and the soft catheter exactly the one that you are using?
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Thank You
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hello just wanted to ask a question , when i do the coffee enema , does all of the coffee come out or does some of it stay in
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Your hot!
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I commend you for doing it on the floor. I was in my garden bathtub and I couldn't even hold it for 2 min talk about projectile mess. after 3rd try I am able to hold it. I will be on my 12th enema and I am getting better at holding it. I have to keep trying repeatedly.Thanks for your explanation.
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Thank you for the info! Did you advise a water enema before or after the coffee enema?
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Perfect instruction, a very thorough and cleanly protocol.
 
 
 
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You apparently like to take your coffee up the ass. Lots of people is prison take up the ass. Juan Valdez has a nice ass also
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You can't even pronounce "theophylline" you stupid cunt
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Given someone who's in relatively good health with no major issues, how often do you recommend doing this? Once a day/ week?
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I normally do several water enemas totalling of at least a gallon first before the coffee enema to clean out first.
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Great video thank you! I hope I not duplicating someone else's question here... I'm very sensitive to caffeine, but I understand that the decaf process can be harmful. Can I use decaf? Is there a drawback to using it?
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Wow! Can't thank you enough for making this tutorial. Using this method to detox really resonates with me but until now, I was a little scared of the process. You have a gift when it comes to explaining something that could be uncomfortable for most. Awesome bedside manner! I hope you work as a healer!
 
 
 
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So what is MMS? And thank you for taking the time to make a video of this.
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Oh girl.... I love how you are laying on the bathroom floor.... love those who keep it real!!!! Great idea using the coffee press!!! Great idea also for the coconut oil in dispenser! Your video is the best I have watched all day. I really appreciate the tips................... I am ready to get started as soon as my order for items needed shows up this upcoming week. I really appreciate your time and putting yourself out there as many people won't get it.... I sure do..... Best of luck on your health quest..... thanks again for being instrumental in my quest.....
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You said 3 tablespoons coffee, how much distilled water?
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thanks I look forward to seeing more of your videos. you explain things so well... keep up the fantastic videos. love love love.
 
 
 
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does it matter what kind of coffee?
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Did you use decaf coffee?
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What is MMS and where can I get it?
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From your experience, is a probiotic implant necessary after taking a coffee enema?
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are the beans roasted or unroasted
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Hi! thanks for the amazing video! I want to know if you recommed longer retention periods... I read in some books you should keep the enema inside you for 1 hour or more, and if you ever had any problem to hold the water inside, because I had leak many time and I'm thinking about a larger nozzle.
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Thank you so much for the time you took to share this valuable information. I will be sending this video to my niece who is suffering from cancer and I too will be doing these enemas as well. After watching other videos I found yours the best. Resist - Peace ✌️
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Internesting video best coverage I seen on the enema
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what are you drinking for juice?
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Thank you for making this video, it is very informative except I missed what MMS is and how much water you boil the coffee with ...what is the ratio of coffee to water for one enema? You made a concentrated one that you stored part of to later planned to add water to for your next enema...thank you for your help with all this!
 
 
 
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I never knew to do the water flush first and I have an awful time holding enemas, but I still seem to benefit from my struggling efforts somehow. I will get allergies where I work and enemas keep me from getting them. I will begin with water flushes now. That means getting up earlier than my 4:30.
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"a form of dyalisis" wow that's huge. Mae West swore by coffee enemas.
 
 
Hi can you tell me if Colon Hydrotherapy would be exactly the same but instead of coffee is distilled water? I am considering to do a Colon Hydrotherapy at a clinic but if it's basically this exact procedure then I can just buy this KIT and do it myself with distilled water?
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I did colon hydrotherapy yesterday and the detox after was pretty rough. I just relaxed for the rest of the day and stayed hydrated and woke up feeling much better. Wasn't expecting such a reaction but know its for the best.
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What is that machine at 22:40 with the light?
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Good grief who has time to go through this every day, I think once a week is plenty !
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Hi. How often can you do a coffee enema? It is safe to it every day once a day? Or just when you think you need it?
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thank you so much for this video. I'm having a difficult time trying to find out what size and type of rubber colon tube to purchase. my set came with a rigid short plastic nozzle. any advice?
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I've got the same Gerson equipment as you but I find that red catheter too flexible to insert. Do you have that issue? I had to go back to the pink rubber bag with the hard plastic nozzle that's sold at pharmacies.
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I also thought it should not be fine and dusty but granule x
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and enemas don't go through your small intestines first lol, thats when you eat. pull up an anatomy pic
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Don't think you should put the hot coffee in plastic. Put water in first to cool the coffee!
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