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Enemas have been used for health and detox for centuries; however, the practice of using coffee in the enema seems to be a fairly young therapy. Research indicates it was first accidentally discovered by nurses in Germany aiding soldiers during World War I. As the story goes, a nurse giving an enema to a soldier prior to surgery accidentally spilled her coffee in the enema; having little time to correct her error, she gave the soldier the enema anyway. The nurse was astonished to see that following surgery, despite the lack of painkillers available at the time, the solider who received the coffee enema was in much less pain than other soldiers in the recovery room. This led to the idea of the coffee enema being used for pain relief.

After the war ended, two German professors heard of the stories of the nurses’ use of coffee enemas and commenced studies on the effect of coffee enemas on lab rats. They found that the caffeine entered the liver through the portal system and caused a substantial increase in the flow of bile. This bile, in turn, allowed accumulated poisons and toxins to be released and evacuated from the body.

Years later, realizing the importance of detoxification when attempting to reverse cancer, Dr. Gerson researched and then incorporated coffee enemas into his therapy. He believed that continued ingestion of juices and enemas throughout the day was critical for the elimination of toxins from the body. In the time since, coffee enemas have been used successfully for many years by many of the great natural healers, many of which believe this process is very important when it comes to balancing your body and ridding it of unwanted substances.

The coffee enema was also discovered to stimulate the liver into producing the hormone glutathione. This hormone is your body’s master antioxidant and assists your body in the removal of cell-damaging free radicals. Glutathione interacts with free radicals by making them ineffective. The consistent reduction in the body’s ability to produce glutathione is a major contributing factor to the onset of many chronic illnesses. By stimulating the production of glutathione, you are effectively slowing or stopping the degenerative processes that contributes to disease.