Enema Equipment:
What's Best For Home Use?

Are you interested in doing an enema in your own home?

It's easy! And the best enema equipment you need is very simple and easy to come by.

You really can't go wrong buying equipment.

You can even get your enema supplies from your local pharmacy!

And I advise you to ask them and your local physician for help.

Maybe you've decided to do some research online to really see if an enema is right for you?

In that case you've reached your destination!

If you're pregnant I advise you to consult with your doctor before doing an enema.

Doing an enema while pregnant is not harmful but it needs a few modifications.

Standard Enema Equipment

Standard enema equipment includes...

  • Enema Nozzles (black nozzle in the picture above)
  • Rubber Hose (see picture) or Colon Tube
  • Enema Bag (see picture)
  • Somewhere to hang the bag (anything is ok)
  • Clamp or Stop Cock (used for stopping the flow)

That's what you need! You could also buy a complete enema kit if you do not want to go shopping for all the parts separately, that way you know that you will get all that you need in order to do an enema.

There is absolutely no need to get more complicated than that unless you are really experienced and know exactly what you want.

If this is your first time doing an enema at home then stick to the basics.

You could even buy a simple enema bulb syringe which is used to cleanse the lower part of the colon with small volumes of water.

A normal enema usually takes between 15 minutes to 2 hours depending on how many times you repeat the whole process.

What Liquid Should You Use?

You can use many different liquids for your enema. If this is your first time then use regular water. Preferrably filtered tap water, as clean as possible.

Remember, your stomach will absorb the water, you do not want anything weird in there.

Make sure you are not allergic to anything before doing an enema, if you are unsure, contact your physician!

Here's a few examples of liquids you can use:

  • Clean Water
  • Yoghurt
  • Coffee
  • Epsom Salt and Water
  • Castor Oil
  • Sea Salt and Water
  • Vinegar and Water
  • Fresh Juice and Water
  • And on it goes...

There are many more possibilities but let's keep the list small.

The temperature of the liquid should be around body temperature. If it is too cold you could shock your body and that could be very uncomfortable.

If the liquid is too hot then you could damage your intestines, your stomach is very sensitive!

Keep the solution at body temperature!

By now you should have your enema equipment and liquid all set-up, in real life or just in your mind ;-)

How to do an Enema

  1. Connect all your enema equipment.
  2. Fill the enema bag with water or desired liquid.
  3. Clamp or close the hose.
  4. Hang the enema bag at a height of 3 feet (too high might cause discomfort).
  5. Lie on your back with knees bent, make sure you can reach the clamp.
  6. Lubricate the nozzle and your rectum with olive oil or coconut oil.
  7. Gently insert the nozzle into your rectum
  8. Release the clamp slowly and let the liquid flow very slowly.
  9. When you feel full or when you're out of liquid, stop the flow.
  10. Remove the nozzle.
  11. Try to retain the solution for 10 minutes(+-5 minutes), if possible.
  12. Sit at the toilet and do your thing.
  13. Clean your equipment with non-chemical soap.

That's all there is to it :)

Recommended Supplier

You can go to your local pharmacy to buy your equipment, or you can order online, from a safe, trustworthy seller that provides you with high-quality equipment.

I've done a lot of research on this, and while it has been hard to find a good seller online, I managed to do so.

Another benefit of ordering online is that you can do so in complete privacy, which is always a plus, isn't it?

The online store I recommend you check out is Enema Supply. They are trustworthy, private, and only sell high-quality items at an affordable price.

Safe cleansing!


I recommend the DrFloras colon cleanser if you want to cleanse your colon safely, effectively, and without spending a fortune.

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