Enteroclisma FullWash, 2 litres home enema kit

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  • Price: £8.80

FullWash home enema kit

• Weight: 185g

Anal and vaginal nozzles
5 feet long extention
Flexible high enema bag

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The benefits of Enteroclisma FullWash

This kit can be used for colonic hydrotherapy session in the privacy of your own home. It is made of durable plastic, it is re-usable and can be beneficial for the following conditions and symptoms:

  • Colon cleansing
  • Digestive tract health
  • Constipation
  • Fermentation and gut putrefaction
  • Improving the balance of gut micro flora
  • Digestive disorders, including Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) symptoms such as bloating
  • Helping eliminate of accumulated colon waste, toxins and parasites
  • Restoring normal colon muscular activity

Contents of FullWash enema kit

FullWash enema kit This enema kit comes with both an anal cannula for colonic enemas and also a vaginal irrigation cannula which women can use for vaginal procedures as well. There are no any instructions on how to use the enema in the kit, so please refer to the instructions below for more information in how to use this equipment to achieve the best results. The extension is approx 5 feet long (1.5 meters) and it ends with a tap which can help regulate the flow of the fluid.

How to use a high enema kit?

Enemas can be a self-help measure to improve bowel function, although a complete bowel cleansing would require herbs, diet, massage and often packs and poultices. The enema kit we offer relies on gravity feed, so you must make sure the enema bag is placed on a hook which is higher than your shoulder. Below you will find suggested guidelines for taking a high enema. Please note that these instructions are only guidelines and that we take no responsibility for the self-administration of enemas. We recommend to consult a relevant health professional before proceeding.

Getting ready

In order to start a high enema, you will need:

  • A convenient hook
  • An enema kit
  • 2 pints (1 litre) of enema liquid. The liquid should be room temperature — too warm can severely damage your intestine and too hot could be hard to retain.
If you do everything right, it should be a nice pleasant experience. Make sure you organise yourself well, you take a position you can maintain for half an hour and maybe you have something to keep you relaxed and entertained: a book, music, etc.

When you're ready

The enema bag should be filled with 2 litres of your chosen liquid. You can find some recommendations on the most used enema recipes at the end of this article. A door handle can be used to hang the bag if you don't have a hook. Follow the next steps:

  1. Open the tap on the enema kit to let the air out
  2. Lubricate the enema nozzle (e.g. with coconut oil)
  3. Lie on your back or on your right side
  4. Gently insert the nozzle into the rectum until it is firmly in place. The anal tip is the shorter tip in your kit. Aim at introducing 2 inches of tube or until you feel it is comfortable.
  5. Gently open the tap and allow the fluid to flow through the tube — you can control the level of flow by turning the tap
  6. Aim to retain 2 pints for at least 10 minutes at the outset
  7. If you cannot retain, it is wise to let it go and begin again. The aim is to let the fluid to go along the ascending colon the right hand side. Clockwise gentle massage moves along with changes in position can help make this process to become easier. After you have retained the liquid, massaged and you are ready to evacuate, remove the nozzle and follow to the toilet. It can take up to 5-10 minutes for all the fluid to be eliminated.
Some advice in case things don't go as planned
  • If you feel uncomfortable during the enema, take a few deep breaths and stop he flow for a while until it goes away.
  • If you feel the need to evacuate, close the tap, remove the enema and go to the toilet.

Types of enema recipes you can try

Warm water enema

This will effectively cleanse the rectum and release toxins which may be causing headaches and flatulence. Its effects are superficial, but can be relied on whenever any of the other enema fluids are not readily available.

Herbal enemas

Make a strong infusion of herbal teas or a decoction of roots and bark, strain and cool. Use 2 teaspoons of herb per pint of water, 4 teaspoons for each quart. This may be made up in advance, but used preferably within 24 hours, though certain herbs keep up to 72 hours. However, once souring and scum appears, throw it away. It should be kept in a glass container in a fridge or cool place. Make herbal infusions or decoctions in stainless steel or enamelled pots only. The colon is very absorptive and very sensitive so ensure the water used is distilled or from a known pure source.
Catnip is mildly nerve calming, soothing, relaxing. Effectively brings down fevers. Excellent for use with children. Chamomile is excellent for recuperative periods after illness or a healing crisis.
Witch hazel, bayberry, or white oak bark, used to help stop diarrhoea and dysentery.
Relieves inflammation, pain and bleeding (more effective if you add 2 teaspoons. liquid chlorophyll). Also aids the healing process.
Inject pure chlorophyll juice of wheatgrass which restores positively to bowel and blood stream. Excellent for chronic diseases. Can be mixed with rejuvelac (water from soaking wheat).

Detoxifying enema

Make a decoction of yellow dock and burdock roots, then add red clover and red raspberry infusions. Stimulates the liver to dump bile, thereby relieving stress and pain in a healing crisis.
Slippery Elm is a mucilaginous, soothing, softening and nourishing enema. Excellent to give if you are having trouble eating or retaining food, as the bowel absorbs the nutrients.
Sage is warming and purifying.

Garlic injection

Profoundly purifying, an excellent aid in the treatment of worms. Liquidise 4 cloves in 1 pint of warm water and strain.

Coffee enema

The coffee enema is widely publicised these days as a part of cancer therapy and chronic care naturopathy. It is excellent to relieve healing crisis pain and discomfort, to stimulate the liver to dump bile by absorption of the coffee into the haemorrhoidal veins and the portal vein, and to encourage deep cleansing of the colon by stimulating peristaltic activity. It is a regular part of the Gerson Therapy. The coffee enema is prepared by putting 3 tablespoons. of organic coffee the strongest possible (not decaffeinated) into 2 litres of distilled water which has just been brought to the boil. Continue on the boil for 3 minutes and then simmer on very low heat for 20 minutes. Cool. Strain and inject while at body temperature. Retain 10-15 minutes. This can be done every morning when on a detox programme or fast, and every hour during an acute healing crisis. The bowels continue to operate independently even when taking the coffee enema regularly and start functioning easily on their own after the coffee enema is discontinued. The coffee enema is recommended after a lymph massage to cleanse the colon of the lymph which has drained into the bowel, but not before sleep as it is too stimulating.
A herbal substitute for the coffee enema is: Red Clover, Yellow Dock root, Burdock and Red Raspberry.


Food supplements must not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet, a healthy lifestyle or as a medication for accute diseases.
Discontinue use and consult a doctor if any adverse reactions occur!

Pregnant Women: Do not take this product if you are pregnant or likely to become pregnant. Pregnant women should not supplement except on the advice of a doctor or ante-natal clinic.

Do not use if seal under cap is broken or missing, if the cap is broken or missing, if the contents are damaged.


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