08 June 2007

Anyone down for a coffee enema party?

Enemas are an ancient form of hydrotherapy. They have been used for hundreds of years for mechanically cleansing the colon. Enemas and colonic irrigation used to be routine procedures in hospitals. There are many types of enemas used for varying purposes.

Coffee enemas were first popularized by Dr. Max Gerson, author of A Cancer Therapy - Results of 50 Cases.

Dr. Gerson pioneered nutritional therapy for cancer and other diseases with excellent results. His therapy combined coffee enemas with a special diet, juices and other supplements. The enemas were an integral part of the therapy. The major benefit of the coffee enema is to enhance elimination of toxins through the liver.

A coffee enema
is believed to detoxify the liver by rapidly emptying the colon, enhancing liver detoxification, and increasing the flow of bile and the elimination of toxins through bile. Some people claim that it provides immediate relief to toxicity symptoms, such as congestion, indigestion, pain and headaches.

Here's a detailed How To you can follow at home

And here is a two-part story on the history of the coffee enema. It has been reprinted often around the world. Originally from The Cancer Chronicles #6 and #7 written in 1990 by Ralph W. Moss, a Ph.D.

More on coffee enemas

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