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Page 34 | Abby's Magazine | The very last part of the colon, before reaching the rectum, is in an "S" shape and called the sigmoid colon. By the me stool gets to this part of the colon, most nutrients have been absorbed back into the bloodstream. Because the stool contains products of putrefac on at this point, there exists a special circulatory system between the sigmoid colon and the liver. There is a direct communica on of veins called the enterohepa c circula on. Have you ever felt sick just before having a bowel movement, when stool material has just moved into the rectum for elimina on? As soon as the material is evacuated, you no longer feel sick. This is due to the toxic quality of the material and the enterohepa c circula on coming into play. Because of this, it is important to evacuate when you have the urge. The rectum should usually be empty. This circulatory system enables toxins to be sent directly to the liver for detoxifica on, rather than circula ng them through the rest of the body and all of its vital organs including the brain. This system of veins carries rectal/ sigmoid toxins directly to the liver for detoxifica on. When a coffee enema is used, the caffeine from the coffee is preferen ally absorbed into this system and goes directly to the liver where it becomes a very strong de-toxicant. It causes the liver to produce more bile (which contains processed toxins) and moves bile out toward the small intes ne for elimina on. This process seems to free up the liver to process more incoming toxic materials that have accumulated in the organs, ssues and bloodstream. The coffee does not go into the systemic circula on, unless the enema procedure is done improperly. The coffee contains some alkaloids, which also s mulate the produc on of glutathione-S-transferase, an enzyme used by the liver to make the detoxifica on pathways run. It is pivotal in the forma on of more glutathione, one of the main conjuga on chemicals, enabling toxins to be eliminated via the bile into the small intes ne. So in other words, a coffee enema speeds up the detoxifica on process and minimizes the backlog of yet to be detoxified substances. Coffee Enema May Cause A Beneficial Emptying Of The Gallbladder Some mes you will hear or feel a squir ng out and emptying of the gallbladder. This occurs under the right rib cage, or some mes more closely to the mid line. If a er a week of daily enemas you have never felt or heard the gall bladder release, you should consider making the coffee stronger, going up in 1/2 Tablespoon increments per quart, not exceeding 2 Tablespoons per cup. Alternately, you may need a slightly larger volume, such as 3 cups at a me. Some mes, 3 enemas (2 cups or less each) rather than two at a session are more beneficial for some. If you find the enema helpful, do not use it more than once per day for any extended period without medical supervision. Use it as necessary, perhaps several days in a row, but more commonly a few mes a week. One caveat: if you are going to do daily coffee enemas, you need to supplement your diet with potassium, as the coffee enema can remove potassium from the body. This is not a problem if you perform coffee enemas less frequently. As a convenience, inexpensive enema kits can be purchased at Abby's, as well as high quality, organic coffees. A quote from the late Dr. Nicholas Gonzales, New York City cancer doctor and researcher: "I've been using them for 14 years with only one effect: I felt be er from the first one I did. I've never looked back and I feel great when I do them. All the terrible things that are supposed to happen don't happen. Coffee enemas don't destroy bowel func on or wipe out your intes nal flora, but what they do is help the liver work be er. They are extremely powerful, one of the most powerful detox procedures that we use. My whole staff does them. They just feel be er when they do." Coffee Enema for Liver DETOXIFICATION

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