Dr. Budwig recommended to do FlaxOil enemas as well as ELDI oils enemas.
Dr. Gerson’s and Dr. Kelley’s protocols, ask for coffee enemas.
Dr. Christopher recommended various herbs enema to heal the body.
How to do an enema and what is needed by Dr. Kelley.
Same procedure pertains to oil enema.
OILS Enema – Dr Budwig writing:
“An enema with 250 ml of oil is another life-extending way through that electron-rich oil gets into the body. It can also be rubbed on the skin and gets into the body through the skin.”
(page 113 of “Cancer the problem and the Solution”)
“Since 1968 I have been using the ELDI Oils extensively for external application for rubbing on the entire body, and for focused application of the oil pack or oil wraps. Where required I also use these ELDI oils rectally.”
(page 31 of “Cancer the problem and the Solution”)
How to take an enema: (shared experience by a group member)
â€œAs I mentioned in an earlier post, I recently tried the oil enemas to
see what they were like, and to clear the remains of a liver
inflammation I had from an inadvertent double dose of cayenne pepper
I was very surprised at how gentle the oil enema was, and how much
better I felt afterwards. No wonder JB had immediate results with the
most seriously ill patients.
I tried both ELDI oil and Flaxseed Oil with very similar results. If
you have both, JB preferred to use the ELDI oil.
There is no question that the idea takes some getting used to, but I
would now have no hesitation in recommending the oil enema to
anyone, even the moderately ill. Several people have asked me for the
detailed instructions, so here they are.
The instructions come from various places on the net, tips from other
members, and a few small details which I found by trial and error.
Oil enemas are done in two stages. The first stage is a plain water
enema, the second is the oil retention enema. I used two enema kits,
but one can be used if you prefer.
Instructions applicable to both enemas
The liquid should be at body temperature. The best test is to dip
your little finger into the liquid.
Prepare a spot near the toilet, because if you cant hold the enema
you will be making a quick dash and the shorter the distance the
The enema liquid should be placed about 12-18 inches above your body.
I found that if there are bubbles in the tube, I cramp more easily,
so I take care to let the liquid run a little into a bowl first and
then pinch the tube.
You also need to lubricate the nozzle. Its not much use someone
telling you to relax – its not so easy, but Vaseline or Aloe Vera
jelly counters the tension well. For the oil enema, a member
suggested dipping the tip in the oil itself for lubrication. You have
to insert the nozzle slowly and carefully.
The bits of equipment I have on the floor are a clock, a bowl to
collect liquid when I am getting rid of bubbles, tissues, and the TV
When all is ready, lie on your right side in the fetal position.
Insert the nozzle with your left hand, and un-pinch the tube. If you
feel a little uncomfortable when the liquid is going in, pinch the
tube, wait till the feeling passes, then continue.
Plain water enema
Use about 500-1000 ml of distilled or filtered water. Donâ€™t use ordinary tap water unless you have an urge to chlorinate your intestines as well. For the plain water enema, as soon as it is all in, get up and evacuate it. You will probably need to sit on the toilet for about 10 minutes or so, because it does not all come out at once.
Use 250-500ml of oil (1-2 cups)
Do the oil enema immediately after the water. It takes at least 5 minutes for the bubbles to get out of the tube.
The oil is much more viscous and moves more slowly. You might need to hold the bag/bucket a bit higher to get it to run in a bit quicker. Once the oil is in, try and hold it for about 12-15 minutes. When done, it is best to plant yourself in the toilet for about 15 minutes afterwards with something to read.â€
(Peter, member of FlaxSeedOils2 on Yahoo)
More instructions and tips on how to perform an enema from Dr. John R. Christopher:
- Administer an enema cold [Dr. Christopher also instructed to use warm enema in some cases]
A cold enema will cause the anus and rectal area to contract and retain the fluid until it warms to body temperature. It will then cause the area to relax and void the fluid and fecal matter. If enema is done while having a fever, the body will hold the enema longer until the fluid reaches the body’s heated temperature. This allows the liquid to stay in the body longer, permeating more dried waste matter and loosening it.
- Do not use enemas except in the case of emergencies.
When used regularly they can become habit forming; the body can become dependent on enemas for its bowel movements.
- Keep an injection or enema as long as possible before voiding.
- Be well covered while retaining an enema.
- It is easier to retain the liquid when lying on a slant board or have the buttock elevated with pillows.