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Discussion in 'Addressing Biotoxin, Chemical & Food Sensitivities' started by xlynx, Jan 17, 2010.

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    Myself I prefer enemas with Swedish Bitters to coffee, it feels cleaner, somehow (and they are designed for cleansing, the Swedish Bitters). However my acupuncturist says that coffee enemas are the only thing that go right to your liver and cleanse it - which may be the reason for both the effectiveness and the tricky effects for some? Also, Paavo Airola used to say that people were putting coffee in the wrong hole (the mouth was the wrong hole). When I tried coffee enemas I didn't get caffeiny effects but that was when I was putatively healthy and drinking caffeine all the time. And of course everyone's sensitivities vary around here.

    The green tea enemas sound interesting, Gracenote. And how delicately put about the enema sites.

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