Are Coffee Enemas The Real Thing?
Coffee enemas detoxify the liver, as well as cleans the colon. Some people claim that they provide immediate relief to toxicity symptoms, such as congestion, indigestion, pain and headaches.
There are even some small studies that suggest that coffee colonics can aid in the treatment of pancreatic cancer.
At the very end of the colon, before reaching the rectum, is an "S" shaped segments called the sigmoid colon. There is a special circulatory system between this portion of the colon and the liver.
This is because stool at this point in the colon contains putrefied material and needs to be handled carefully in order to avoid toxicity leaking into the bloodstream.
This system of veins enables toxins to be sent directly to the liver for detoxification, rather than them passing through the bloodstream to the rest of the body and vital organs.
During coffee enemas, the caffeine in the coffees goes straight to the liver where it becomes an extremely strong detoxifying chemical called glutathione-S-transferase. The coffee itself also stimulates the liver to make more bile.
The bile comes from the gallbladder and draws out environmental and metabolic toxins, as well as the toxins from Candida albicans and other parasitic organisms. The colon is responsible for ridding the body of these toxins.
In addition, the liver is then stimulated to produce enzymes that clean the blood since it's no longer needing to work as strenuously on the colon. The coffees itself never enters the bloodstream as long as the coffee enema are performed properly.
Only organic coffees can be used for coffee enemas. Non-organic coffees contain herbicides and pesticides that will hinder the coffee colonics healing properties, as do instant and decaffeinated coffees.
Organic coffee is available through natural food stores, both in person or online.
How often you perform coffee colonics really just depends on what your goals may be. In the first few months of a more intensive regimen, many people prefer to take a coffee colonics as many as three to seven times each.
For people in a more relaxed regimen or in the latter, established stages of an intensive regimen, this is much too much.
At this point, it is recommended that you limit your enemas to only when you feel they are needed; you may feel constipated, have Candida overgrowth, or just generally feel out of sorts.
Currently, there is a clinical trial underway at the Columbia University Department of Surgery to test the so-called "The Gonzales Protocol."
(1) This clinical trial is currently in its Phase III randomized study after the first two phases showed as much as three times the average life expectancy for patients with advanced pancreatic cancer.
(2) The Gonzales Protocol involves a diet of fresh fruits, vegetables, supplements, and detoxifying colonics, including coffee colonics.
In this study of seventy-two to ninety patients, half will receive standard chemotherapy and half with receive The Gonzales Protocol. The doctor hopes to recreate the promising results found in his pilot study in this more involved Phase III clinical trial.
While many within the medical community find The Gonzales Protocol extremely difficult to accept, it's difficult to dispute its pilot study's results.
The median survival rate for patients in the stage of pancreatic cancer as those in the pilot study is four to six months. Some of Dr. Gonzalez's patients are still alive after three years.
This indisputable evidence has led some skeptics to acknowledge that maybe there's something to the protocol that includes coffee colonics as a base part of the program. If nothing else, the skeptics feel that the results warrant further study.
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