The benefits of coffee enemas

Posted by on March 31, 2014 at 8:48 am.

Not too long ago, I stumbled on this coffee enemas interview, that Chris Wark had with Dr. Patrick Vickers. For those who don’t know, Chris was able to beat cancer using natural remedies.

The power that can be found in treating various ailments using natural remedies is possible if only people are willing to open their minds, research and try them out for themselves. Of course it doesn’t help that the medical establishment, pharmaceutical companies and numerous other sources can be quick to label ‘alternative treatments’ as quackery.

Eliminating cancer naturally isn’t new to myself since I’ve personally met a few people who have treated cancer and other life threatening ailments with natural remedies.

Perhaps Dr. Patrick Vickers is on to something? That some of the components found within coffee beans are capable of helping the body release some of the every day toxic waste were are exposed to daily. From my readings it seems to help the liver. Interesting indeed…

Maxine - coffee enema

While some believe that our bodies are capable of filtering out all these poisonous waste I don’t agree. I call them poisonous because over time, what we consume or are exposed to can affect our health in a negative way. It’s my belief, that we unknowingly overload our systems with a variety of substances (pollution, things we might consume, products applied to our bodies)  it was never meant to be exposed too and one way we can counter that is through various methods of cleansing.

organic coffee beans

Organic coffee beans

Occasionally, I use coffee enemas, and have done so for quite some time. Without getting to graphic, I noticed that when taking coffee enemas what was released smelled fouler than some of my other enemas. However several months ago, I started doing more research about them and I must say that I’m impressed with what I’ve been learning.  I’m still reading, but all signs point to the fact that I will most likely start doing them more often.

8 Comments

  • Jennifer says:

    I will be googling this doctor more, thanks for making me aware of him!
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    Opal Reply:

    @Jennifer, I found the information fascinating about the toxins removed simply by doing a coffee enema. Lots of great information has been written about that. Enemas were actually a recognized procedure by allopathic medicine up until the 1980s. I remember reading about it, in one of my mother’s medical books.
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  • suituapui says:

    Oh? I’m a coffee guy…but not for this purpose. Have to KIV this.
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    Opal Reply:

    Lots of great info @suituapui, Research and decide for yourself. This is the only way I take coffee. 🙂
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  • Aaron says:

    Hey, I came back to your blog. Just checking on what you were writing. This coffee bean in enemas sounds really funny! Lol, I loved the comic…

    I don’t think I’ll ever bring a coffee where the sun don’t shine. I think most of us will detox if we don’t eat fast food. However, I consider the coffee thing to be an option, why not. There are tons of things that we can learn how to do better.
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    Opal Reply:

    @Aaron, I used to think that, but I don’t anymore. I don’t eat fast food/processed food, but I realize that’s not the only way my body is exposed to chemicals. Environmental substances come to mind, mercury, aluminum, etc., All those toxins can put a lot of stress on the liver and some can’t be easily avoided. Does a healthy body fully remove all of them? I’m not so sure…

    Years ago, I thought so until I stumbled upon a few studies that were about breastfeeding women that showed various environmental toxins being present within their bodies. Some of these women had healthy lifestyles. Since that time, I’ve found similar articles which made me realize that perhaps more does need to be done. That’s when I became more open to other ways of helping out my body.

    For those reasons, and many more, I don’t automatically assume that the body will naturally cleanse itself of toxins.

    I’d love to see more studies done about what toxins can be lurking within the bodies of those of us who do eat healthy. I suspect that it might not automatically be able to get rid of all the toxins.

    To assist my body besides eating healthy. I pay attention to the types of foods I eat. Which means, I regularly consume foods that do assist the liver and the kidneys (and various other organs within our bodies.) I take various herbs, focused on healing and strengthening the body. I do take enemas also. I never had the ick factor with enemas. That was common practice in my household. I knew my parents took them occasionally.
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  • Clay says:

    Opal
    Well the discovery has begun. You know how I love my coffee but (tounge on cheek there) not thought about it this way. We will be talking more.

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    Opal Reply:

    @Clay, Lots of great benefits and it’s impressive to read the testimonials that have used it with cancer treatment – Gerson Therapy. I use it as a preventative. Much to often, you will have some people that jump on the alternative bandwagon after they have an ailment. The things I do are used to help cleanse my body and would be considered preventative methods. The same applies with the foods I and my daughter consume. While my daughter isn’t vegan, she was when she was very young, she still consumes a high amount of produce and won’t just eat straight meat on her plate. Smart girl…
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