Coffee Enema


Organic Coffee
Distilled Water
Enema Bag
Pot (non-aluminum)


Part 1: Water (to clean out the colon)

  • Set aside 500 ml of lukewarm, distilled water

Part 2: Coffee enema

  • Bring to a boil 500 ml of distilled water in a pot (do not use an aluminum pot). Add 3 rounded tablespoons of coffee. Let it boil for 5 minutes. Then turn the heat down until the water reaches a very low simmer. Continue simmering for 12-15 minutes.
  • Remove from the stove and add more distilled water until the solution amounts to 1 liter. The coffee solution must be lukewarm or at body temperature.

1. Pour the 500ml lukewarm distilled water into the enema bucket/bag.
2. Hold the tubing and release the clamp so that the water runs through to the end of the tubing. Then quickly close the clamp again. Doing this will remove air and air bubbles from the tubing. This is important to do.
3. Lubricate the end of the enema nozzle with a food grade vegetable oil such as olive oil or a vitamin E capsule. KY jelly is also fine to use, unless you are chemically sensitive. It is generally a good idea to avoid petroleum products.
4. The patient must lie down on his right side.
5. Insert the tubing into the rectum and let the water flow in. This procedure will help clean whatever was left in the colon. Do this carefully. You do not want to tear any tissue.
6. Go to the toilet and eliminate.

1. The patient is still lying on his right side.
2. Pour 1 liter of the lukewarm coffee solution into the enema bucket/bag.
3. Be sure that the coffee solution runs through to the end of the tubing to remove any air/air bubbles, before inserting into the anus.
4. With the lubricated tube, insert the end carefully into the anus. Let the coffee solution flow in.
5. Try to keep the coffee solution in for at least 12 minutes, preferably more.
6. Go to the toilet and eliminate.

1. Repeat the first procedure (water) to clean out any caffeine left in the colon.

1. Dilute probiotics in a little amount of water and pour inside the tube. Leave it in the colon.
2. Clean the tubing and bucket.