Oil-Enemas

 

 

 


  Types of oil you can use for an enema.
You can use almost any type of vegetable oil in your enemas.
* Mineral Oil         mineral oil is not absorbed in the colon excellent stool softener
* Olive Oil             some oil is absorbed in the colon, very soothing to the colon
* Flaxseed Oil     good at combating candida, slight irritating effective colon wall
* Tea Tree Oil      natural antiseptic, germicide, antibacterial, fungicide

You may find it very difficult to retain an oil-enema for more than a few minutes.  The peristaltic action of the colon pushes against the fecal material to produce intense pressure in the rectum. If the pressure becomes too unbearable expel and start again. If you get a strong cramp and an urge to expel, getting up is the worst thing you can do. Making the descending colon vertical adds gravity to the force of oil wanting out. This is how to have an accident. If you can, wait while lying down. The pressure will pass in 10-15 seconds as the wave of peristalsis passes the sigmoid colon and reaches the rectum/anus. Then you can get up and expel without straining to hold it in. If you must go to the toilet, and the pressure is to intense, you can hold the buttocks together with both hands or you can use a folded paper towel or wash cloth to press tight against the anus. This helps the anal sphincter muscles retain the oil.

Once the oil is in the colon, don't be fooled by what feels like an urge to expel gas. If you do so, you will probably expel a blast of dirty oil  with it, and makes for a mess. If you absolutely think you have to pass gas,  get into the knee-chest position for one minute, and then hold a piece of toilet paper over the anus, to prevent the release of the oil.

Enema Recipe:

8oz. oil of your choice
2qts. warm filtered water
Temperature 103°Fahrenheit


Directions:

Add solution to enema bag, mixing with warm filtered water to achieve the required amount of solution.
Hang enema bag about 18 in. to 3 ft. above rectum. A good tool for this is the IV Stand for Enemas
If you need good flow control for the enema solution.  A ramp clamp is a good option.

The Knee-chest position with chest against floor and rectum higher than head this is a best position to receive an enema.
Insert nozzle/rectal tube tip into anus, using a good lubricant (Super Salve  Surgilube  Vaseline 13oz.   Astroglide
 KY Warming Liquid Lubricant) as needed. using a good lubricant will help prevent injury to the delicate anal tissues.

Inject solution into rectum very slowly, approximately ˝ cup per minute (4oz.) and take as much as possible , you can refill bag if needed. Try to slightly distend the colon or until it becomes very uncomfortable to take any more solution.  You may experience some cramping because the solution is cool, just stop the flow for a few seconds until the cramps subside.  Then restart the enema.
  Massaging abdomen in counter-clockwise direction during the injection will distribute the solution throughout the colon.
Massage Abdomen When Receiving an Enema

When the enema bag is empty or no more fluid can be taken remove nozzle/rectal tube
For those that have trouble retaining the nozzle and or the solution.
  You might want to try a retention nozzle  during the administration of the enema.

 Some people use a retention plug after they received their enema solution and removed the nozzle to retain their enema for the desired amount of time. You can also fold a washcloth and press it tightly against the anus.

Retain the solution for several minutes as, this will allow the enema to do its job.

Then you can move to the toilet and release the enema.

When having a normal bowel movement or releasing an enema:
You can massage the abdomen in a clockwise direction this will help move the solution back toward the rectum and anus.
Massage Abdomen When Expelling an Enema

Massaging the abdomen while expelling the enema helps move the enema solution , gas and feces toward the rectum and out the anus.

The best position for expelling your enema is squatting over the toilet not sitting on it. The squatting position puts pressure on your abdomen from your thighs.

In many countries, toilets are made so that people squat when they move their bowels. The Welles Step positions your body so that you are squatting when you sit on the toilet. Squatting,  supports the abdominal wall and the bowel as we bear down, brings about an easier bowel evacuation in this way.
People who use the Welles Step tend to have fewer hemorrhoids, hernias, anal fissures, varicose veins and almost never have to use laxatives.
It slides under the toilet when not in use.

Welles Step  to help squat over the toilet when expelling

It is best if you place a  Welles Step  and then squat down over the toilet to release your enema.

Warning: Do not use enemas or laxatives if abdominal pain, nausea, or vomiting are present unless directed by your health care provider.
Rectal bleeding or failure to have a bowel movement after use of a laxative or enema may indicate a serious condition.
Discontinue use and consult your health care provider.

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