Enema equipment for enemas to clean your colon
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The inventor of Corn Flakes, J.H.Kellog was a medical doctor at the turn of the 20th century who advocated holistic methods of medicine and promoted colon hydrotherapy as a ‘cure all’ for many forms of disease and illness.
He documented examples of hundreds of patients who regained their health after the removal of faecal matter and mucoid plaque from the walls of the colon through the use of enemas. He showed that there are reflex points in the colon that relate to all of the bodies organs and their functions.
In his view returning to normal functioning levels after illness required the promotion of healthy germs in the bowel and a strong peristaltic action. These lessons have not been lost and many people use enema’s and colon cleansing as a part of specific on going health regimes.
You can find all sorts of different enemas on the market. It can be sometimes confusing when you need to choose the right type of enema for your application. Here a brief overview:
Bag or Fountain enema
This enema bag is easy to handle. It comes with everything you need to do an enema and has the added advantage that you can store it away easily as it folds together. It can hold 2 litres of water. Easy to handle and easy to clean. Durable strong plastic - No rubber or latex parts so you should not get an allergic reaction as you might with other models. There is a long transparent tube (1.4m - about 55 inches) which gravity feeds the fluid from the bag down via a small tap mechanism to the tip. Extra hose attachment can be purchased - (Rectal Tube).
- The end of the enema tip is about the width of an average ballpoint pen casing and only 7cm
- (2 3/4 inches) long. The vaginal douche is the longer of the two tips and has a slight kink in it.
- This is for vaginal use only and should not be inserted in the anus. Will last for years with
- proper care. Suited for anal hygiene and personal care. On / Off valve (not clamp). It is a
- product that has been used safely by thousands of people. Safer than many designs as the
- position of the tap prevents the anal tip (the smaller of the two tips supplied) from being
- inserted too far into the anus, although all enema kits should be used with caution. Very
- straight forward to assemble (you don’t need any detailed instructions). Designed to enable
- you to visibly check all parts easily prior to use (remember you can’t see inside the hot water
- bottle style enema bags at all, or those with opaque tubing). Collapsible so that you can flat
- pack it to store away or take with you easily when traveling.
This piece uses hand pump action to get the water in. It is good if you want to do an enema in the ocean for example. You have a good control over the amount that you put in as you only do it one pump at a time. The drawback is that you have to be careful that it is always submerged so you do not pump air into your system.
This soft rubber douche has a firm plastic tapered nozzle for ease of insertion.
- Easy to use and control the amount of water flow. Easily washable in warm water. Safe to use with all lubricants. Great for travelling. 224 ml liquid capacity. Small, portable and durable. No assembly required. Dimensions 15 x 8 x 8 cm.
- Comes with detailed nstructions.
This Kit is excellent for probiotics or Ayurvedic Oil Enemas This 60ml Syringe and rectal tube make it easy to administer small amounts of liquid.