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Re: Avoiding mineral depletion from coffee enemas
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Published: 5 years ago
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Re: Avoiding mineral depletion from coffee enemas

Hi, I am doing 8 tablespoons, spread out either over 2 back to back CEs, or 3 back to back CEs. So it's either 4 tablespoons in one enema and then 4 tablespoons in the next, or 4 + 2 + 2.

I usually hold about 15 minutes but have experimented with holding upto 30 minutes.

I read of people doing more than 8 tablespoons and holding longer than 15-20 minutes, so I wanted to experiment. I suppose my body's limits are 8 tablespoons and 15 minutes, at the moment.

Apparently, some people believe that the more quantity and duration you have in your CE, the better, while others seem to think that there is a limit to both before the effect stops getting more.

I usually eat two medium sized meals a day, both of cooked vegetables with some brown or red rice. The vegetables I can get in organic form at this time of the year are different kinds of gourds, eggplant, cucumber, and some beans. I always add tomato and spinach/pok choy/celery to both and about half a teaspoon of Himalayan salt to each meal. Sometimes I replace the second meal with a large quantity of fruit.

I drink between 2 and 3 litres of water since I began adding extra salt.

From Dr. Wilson's write up it seems that I am using more coffee than I should, either in quantity or duration. That does make sense, although I would still not dismiss the idea that even if the amount of coffee is fine, one needs to secure one's mineral balance.

Thanks for your inputs.

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