IF YOU READ THIS....
YOU'LL NEVER FEEL THE SAME ABOUT COFFEE AGAIN!!
In a couple of posts here, I've talked about internal cleansing a lot. You may remember that I said the colon, liver, lungs etc are all filters in our body for toxins and the filter(s) that have the majority of toxins are the colon and liver.
Especially the colon because it harbors our fecal waste material and can get a large build up (nearly 10 pounds) of sludge. In order to become and maintain a healthy order in your body, you must remove these toxins.
As stated, there are several products on the market that help to cleanse the body in a natural way. One of the most effective and cost efficient remedies that I have found is coffee.
Talking about bowel movements and such is not one of my favorite subjects. If we were sitting face to face I would be blushing and stammering for words. But I can be 'blunt' here and not have to be as embarrassed-maybe.
Enemas are not something one thinks about on a daily basis. I squirm at the very mention of an enema. But an enema is one way to cleanse the build up in your colon. As I said coffee can be a great remedy in this 'area'.
The brand of choice is Folgers. So go out, get a can of coffee and buy an inexpensive enema kit. Brew yourself a pot of coffee, preferably with distilled water. Make sure you use a good filter so as not to have grounds in the coffee. BE SURE TO LET THE COFFEE COOL!!
Place one pint of cooled (room temp) coffee in the enema bag. You can use a lubricant for the tube; vitamin E oil is best, and take your enema as directed on the package. This is a retention enema, and is best if you can retain it for at least 15 minutes. You will be amazed not only at what comes out, but at the overall outcome.
This NOT to be done daily, weekly or even monthly. It is best done every 6 months. You should be taking your vitamins, herbs and minerals in conjunction with proper nutrition and these enema's to achieve and maintain optimal health.
MMMMMMM coffee, good to the last drop.
copyright Pastor Brenda Libby 2004
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