If you are doing coffee enemas on a daily basis or several times per day, you may want to make a concentrate of the coffee for the enema use.  You can make enough coffee for 4 enemas in the same time as making a single enema coffee.

 The following is a basic coffee enema recipe, if you are following a certain program or are under the care of a coach or Doctor that recommends a different recipe please be sure to follow the directions you’ve been given by your coach or Doctor. 


In a non-aluminum pot or saucepan:

 Stir 1 cup of organic coffee – finely ground (not instant) into 4 cups of filtered or distilled water.

 Bring to a boil: continue boiling for 3 to 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.

 Reduce heat and cover with lid; let simmer for 15 to 20 minutes.

 Remove from stove element and let coffee cool down to room temperature.

 Strain coffee through fine sieve* to remove as many coffee grinds as possible. 

 Because of the boiling process, some of the water may have evaporated, so add plain filtered or   distilled water to the coffee to bring it up to 4 full cups.

Store in refrigerator in an airtight container for up to 5 days.

*Please avoid using a paper or cloth filter to strain your coffee as it removes much more than the grounds, much of the prime elements such as Cafestol will be lost buy using cloth or paper.

When ready to do the enema:

Shake or stir the concentrate, take 1 cup of coffee concentrate and add to 3 cups of filtered or distilled water and bring up to proper temperature for the enema.