Coffee Enemas 


The Portal Vein System Intestine to Liver

Close up of Large Intestine

Coffee Enemas and the Liver
The intestine has a portal system that draws fluid out and up into the liver. It does this every 4 minutes, (See the color diagram). Notice that when it gets to the liver it fans looking like the tiny branch’s in tumbleweeds. Coffee is a smooth muscle dilator. It expands and contracts veins and arteries. Think of  a balloon that’s inflating and deflating nothing is going to stick to it. In a similar fashion, using coffee enemas will flex the portal system and encourage toxins to flake away from the inside walls of this very important venous structure and be removed. Coffee enemas can mean relief from depression, confusion, general nervous tension, many allergy related symptoms and, most importantly, relief from severe pain. Coffee enemas lower serum toxins.

“Coffee enemas have a definite effect on the colon which can be observed with an endoscope. Wattenberg and coworkers were able to prove in 1981 that the palmitic acid found in coffee promotes the activity of glutathione S-transferase and other ligands by many fold times above the norm. It is this enzyme group which is responsible primarily for the conjugation of free electrophile radicals which the gall bladder will then release.”  Dr. Peter Lechner

Tom prior to therapy

Tom after coffee enemas and ozone therapies.


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