Coffee enemas

Coffee enemas are meant to remove the toxins from the liver and the free radicals from the bloodstream. The two German professors that tested the effects of infused caffeine on rats in the 1920s found that the caffeine travels to the liver, opens up the bile ducts and stimulates the liver to release the bile, which contains the toxins.

Since then, the Gerson Institute has been using coffe enemas as a part of its natural therapy for chronivally ill patients with diabetes, heart disease, and especially cancer.

Gerson Therapy is based on the belief that the purpose of the enema is not to cleanse the colon but to stimulate the liver to release toxin and bile effectively. While it may be quite useful for patients with cancer, there is no doubt that it can be used by healthy people for detoxification purposes as well.

Along with caffeine, coffee contains theobromine and theophylline, which dilate blood vessels and bile ducts, increase the flow of bile. Coffee also stimulates an enzyme in the liver that makes the free radicals in the bloodstream inert. These free radicals then dissolve in the bile and are released from the liver and the gallbladder in the form of bile and released through the intestinal tract.

When toxins are reduced in the body, it leads to an increase in cell energy production, improvement in tissue health, better blood circulation, increased immunity, cellular regeneration and tissue repair. Coffee enemas also help pain and nausea.

A coffee enema will improve your energy levels, your mental clarity, and your mood. It also reduces depression and stress. It helps eliminate parasites and candida. Weight loss and improvement in chronic health conditions are two other benefits your can expect.