In this day and age of living with toxins in our food, air, and water, what is your exit plan to rid these toxins out of your body?
In my 8-Week CHI Breakthrough Health Coaching Program with Diane Kazer, I was introduced to coffee enemas, the benefits, and the how-to do it yourself. Although I was at first terrified of the idea, I braved it out, purchased my kit, and gave it a shot.... a coffee shot....and I'm not gonna lie, my colon and liver loved it.
As a former librarian, I am a huge advocate of researching information, especially when it is related to my health. My big question was, are they safe and what is the long-term effect? After speaking to a few professionals, I've come to the realization that enemas have been around a lot longer than us and is an ancient healing practice with the intention of expelling waste and gas. So when done properly and when necessary, they can be extremely healing, as I have experienced. Having recovered from pneumonia, my body was feeling in need of a deep cleanse so I felt called to a short-term consistent practice of coffee enemas, and plan to continue it when I feel the call.
In total honesty, I have felt torn between the mixed reviews on coffee enemas. The benefits being: extremely detoxifying for the liver; and just as there is a contradiction for everything, I've also heard and read the downside: that it can deplete the good bacteria in our gut and make our colon lazy. But because I have had first-hand experience and had only positive results, I would love to share more on that.
Coffee enemas have historically been used to treat ailments ranging from cancer to depression. They have also been cited to:
Please note that this is based on personal experience and this is not medical advice. Check in with your doctor before taking on any new health practices. We do not claim to cure any disease or condition.
Fight Cancer and Detoxify with a Coffee Enema
When does one need an enema?
Learn more about the benefits and watch a few videos on Diane Kazer's website.
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About the writer:
Marisa loves hoop dancing, riding her bicycle, playing, hosting gatherings, practicing yoga, traveling, meeting people, eating, and savoring dark chocolate covered strawberries and coconut ice cream. She strives to be fully present, compassionate, and act and connect from a place of love.