The main reason for putting coffee into your enema is to clear the liver of toxins and cleanse the blood. These toxins occur from the normal metabolisms of food as well as the carcinogenic toxins that we absorb on a daily basis from our polluted environment. These toxins also enter our bodies in the form of medications, food, and water pollutants such as pesticides, preservatives, hormones, excreted prescription drugs (where water is recycled), and fluoride.
In order to cleanse and detox our blood, we need to detox the body’s primary blood-detoxifying organ – the liver. your entire blood supply circulates through your liver every three minutes. When you perform a coffee enema you retain it in your colon for about 12 to 15 minutes which means your blood will flow through your liver four or five times during this process.
What is the Role of Glutathione?
Glutathione is primarily synthesised in the liver. It is the primary antioxidant that is prevalent in every cell in the human body, it removes WASTE via the glutathione s-transferase (GST) enzyme system. Glutathione s-transferase (GST). GST essentially blocks and binds to toxins, so they can be eliminated via the colon.
How does Coffee help boost Glutathione?
Coffee is high in two Palmatic Acids – kahweol and cafestol palmitate. These palmatic acids in the caffeine get absorbed by the portal vein and this boosts glutathione s-transferase (GST) enzyme system, by up to 600 percent in the liver and results in a 700% increase in detoxification in the small intestine.
The lower colon is designed to re-absorb liquids from waste so the coffee and water is absorbed by the colon into the liver. The hemorrhoidal blood vessels dilates from exposure to the caffeine, in turn, the liver’s portal veins dilate too. The bile ducts expand with blood, the bile flow increases, the smooth muscles of these internal organs relax and the palmatic acid stimulates the GST detoxifying action. The water stimulates internal peristalsis and dilutes the bile and causing an increase in bile flow. All of these actions ultimately assist in flushing toxins from the liver and bile into the colon which is removed from the body when it’s time to expel the enema and helps prevent toxic bile reabsorption in the lower intestine.