Harmful consequences linked to the inefficient liver detoxification processes
Food allergies & intolerances
Poor liver functioning may put you at risk of food allergies by reducing the efficient functioning of the immune system and the diversity of the gut flora.
Improper liver functions may result in the food allergens remaining in the body tissues for longer due to which you may develop serious complications.
Supporting liver detoxification processes through coffee enema might promote the faster elimination of food allergens. It would also improve the functions of the immune system and strengthen the gut flora thereby protecting you against food allergies.
Patients with liver disorders are prone to develop a deficiency of multiple nutrients.
The liver plays a key role in the digestion and absorption of nutrients from foods by producing bile and other enzymes. The reduced production of these enzymes could prevent optimum gut functioning due to which patients can develop nutritional deficiencies and related disorders. Normally the liver would deal with these partially digested chemicals or food components, however with a congested liver, these particles escape and cause an allergic reaction such as eczema or asthma.
Improving liver functions through detoxification would increase the secretion of enzymes in this organ enabling the gut to absorb nutrients efficiently.
Poor bowel movements
Poor bowel movement is often the root cause of the build-up of toxins in the body’s vital organs including the liver and brain.
Poor bowel movements may occur due to the lack of enough fibers in the diet and even pre-existing inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
Lack of diverse gut microbiome can also reduce bowel movements resulting in chronic constipation. This can slow down the elimination of toxins from the body resulting in the accumulation of harmful waste in the liver.
These consequences could be avoided by supporting healthy bowel movements and improving dietary habits to enhance gut microbiome.
The lymphatic system (your lymph nodes) is ultimately cleansed by the liver. When someone suffers from recurrent infections such as tonsilitis this can indicate liver congestion.
It is not uncommon for people to develop skin problems that could be traced to liver toxicity.
The build-up of toxins, especially heavy metals like mercury and lead, into the liver tissues can trigger the development of autoimmune diseases affecting the skin like atopic dermatitis and psoriasis.
Supporting liver functions by improving gut flora would enhance bile production in this organ. This would improve the natural detoxification processes and speed up the elimination of toxins from the blood and through defecation thus protecting you against skin problems.
Liver toxicity can reduce the secretion of bile in the liver. As a result, the metabolic processes involved in the breakdown of fats are affected causing excessive deposition of fatty tissues in the body.
This would increase your risk of obesity, high cholesterol, hypertension, heart attacks, and stroke.
Moreover, the fat deposition in healthy tissues may trigger inflammation putting you at risk of cancer and diabetes. This marks the need to promote detoxication and improve liver functions.
Often found in new-born babies which is indicative of an immature liver which cannot cope with the breakdown of red blood cells which occurs naturally after birth. Bilirubin, the yellow pigment is normally cleared and broken down by the liver. However if this does not occur it can cause jaundice (yellowing of the skin).
The liver degrades and clears hormones! When someone is suffering from menstrual irregularities, premature birth, miscarriages, early menopause, infertility, cancers and such are symptoms caused by hormonal imbalances. This is why detoxification and gut health is often addressed prior to addressing the hormones directly.
Glandular fever and hepatitis
These are common conditions that involve liver congestion directly. If these are present in your history or a clients history it is often a direct indication of a compromised liver.
Hi there, I have done many emenas in course of many years. However, been experiencing strong abdominal pain after the enema very often. I am following the procedure very diligently and even put a warm water bottle on my belly during the enema + listening to calming music, still lots of pain afterwards… What to do?
Thank you for your feedback. Hmmm, pain could be indicative of a few factors. I assume if you are following the procedure very diligently than temperature of the coffee enema isn’t the culprit. Sometimes if the water is too warm or too cold it can cause uncomfortable stomach pain/cramps.
Other areas of concern that might be important to investigate or rule out if this is a persistent issue. The below are areas of caution:
1. Undergoing chemotherapy
2. Renal, cardiac or respiratory failure
3. Bleeding and/or ulceration in the colon tract
4. Ulcerative Colitis
5. Crohn’s disease
6. Ileostomy (which means no colon)
8. Pregnant (consult with your local health professional prior)
9. Acute or ongoing chronic diarrhea until investigated by a practitioner
10. First 6-8 weeks post a surgery
If you’ve been doing coffee enemas for many years. Perhaps a break is what you need before commencing again!
Hope this helps a little.
I just posted my story and then read yours. I also started experiencing strong abdominal cramping after enemas: not at first, but after about 10 months of daily enema use. Cramping would usually occur in about 6 hours after the enema. I was eventually forced to quit them all together and my cramping disappeared.
I think my cramping resulted from the frequent enema use, but I am still puzzled what really happened on a physiological level.
My son-in-law has been advised by his dr., that he should go on Crestor for his elevated cholesterol. He is worried about plaque building up. I wonder if you can advise a natural method of keeping his arteries clear. I doubt if coffee enemas are an option, even if they would work, but any other solution would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your comment.
As always, it’s important to find the root causes to his elevated cholesterol. I cannot provide you with any specific advice or recommendations as a proper evaluation would need to take place.
Possible key underlying processes could include:
– Chronic infections
– Gut issues, for example, gut dysbiosis, leaky gut
– Problems with thyroid
– Environmental toxins
– Metabolic dysfunction
– Dietary choices
– And so forth…
Hi Deborah, I have been following your dad for a few years now with the focus on the ozone enemas. Didn’t show any noticeable results so started to neglect it. but coffee enemas sure made a difference healing my body from a variety of gut issues. (All you can think of)
One comment I like to make is that some of us are VERY sensitive to caffeine (like me) so the ratio of 3 spoons to 4 cups was too much for me. I was shaking and dizzy for hours after no matter what supplements I took after. Tried to follow the Garrison protocol with fresh squeezed juices etc. nothing just finally gave up on them. Then I read a blog about the sensitivity and reduced it to 2 spoons and I have had wonderful consistent enemas with fabulous results ever since. I also do one large enema first Just with warm water and some healing oils and then the coffee. They even recommend 2 before, but that just gets too time consuming. Not sure if you have any knowledge about that. Hopefully this might help others and thought I share. Thanks for all you do your info is alway helpful.
Thanks for this article, Deborah, it’s great that you can openly talk about such things in your family!
I used to think coffee enemas were a very ‘icky’ idea, but now I think they are amazing!
I have been slowly detoxing high copper for a number of years, and I have found an enema is really effective at mitigating the inevitable ‘copper dump’ symptoms, eg migraine, that occur from time to time. I always feel fantastic afterwards, really calm and relaxed. It is a wonderful self-care tool. It seems to really quieten my nervous system, and also, as you can’t do anything else while holding the enema, it is a good opportunity to have some time alone to do a meditation practice, a gratitude practice, or just calmly think.
It will let you know if you are dehydrated – you will absorb all the water. Cue to drink more water…
In order not to be reliant, I make sure I have a natural bowel movement first. About once a week works for me, just for maintenance, or else if I am feeling under par I will do one. You could be tempted to overdo it as it makes you feel so relaxed, but that would not be wise due to depletion of minerals.
Thank you for this wonderful article. I especially appreciate the part where you talked about “how often coffee enemas should be done” as this is where I made a big mistake. I wanted to share my coffee enema story with you:
I was diagnosed with breast cancer in October 2018. I immediately started doing many natural therapies and bought a coffee enema kit in November. It took me TWO months to dare to start using the kit! That’s how much I was reluctant to it.
After I finally started doing coffee enemas, in January 2019, and overcame my initial fear, I like many others, started appreciating the experience. Trying to follow the rigor of Gerson Therapy, I was doing 3 coffee enemas per day for the first 2 months. Due to time constraints, I then continued with 2 coffee enemas per day until August 2019.
By that time, I developed abdominal bloating and started getting concerned about my use of enemas. I reluctantly decreased enemas to once per day, then few times per week, and then once per week by December 2019.
By that time, I also developed another distress in my gut: I would get abdominal cramping on enema days, usually about 6 hours after the enema. I tolerated that for the next few months still thinking that enemas are good for me. Finally in April 2020, I just had to quit enemas altogether. I was as reluctant to quit just as I was reluctant to start year and half before.
I am very puzzled on what went wrong. Did I overdo with enema frequency and disturbed microbiome in my colon? Cramping went away after stopping the enemas. However, I still have moderate bloating and was recently diagnosed with SIBO: small intestinal bacterial overgrowth. I wondered what contributed to SIBO. It was clear that it developed after few months of using very frequent coffee enemas. I wonder if enemas caused bacteria to be pushed from the colon through ileocecal valve into the small intestine. I also wonder if holding enema for 15 minutes against body’s strong urge to release could have done any damage in my case. We are always told to listen what our body is telling us, but in this case we go with all our might against what our body wants to do…
I would greatly appreciate your opinion on my story.
Thanks so much, and many blessings to you and your family!
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