Enema Basics





What is an Enema?


An enema is an injection of liquid through the anal canal for the purposes of colon cleansing. The fluid soaks and loosens hardened waste matter on your colon walls - similar to soaking dirty dishes in your kitchen sink by immersing them in water. Enemas have been used for therapeutic purposes to cleanse hardened waste matter for thousands of years. They do not have any laxative side effects only cleansing effects. Once completed and the colon is cleansed, the only long term effects are those associated with a clean colon.

Enemas are generally administered without assistance you can do this by yourself in the privacy of your own home. This site will tell you about the different types of enemas, the risks associated with enemas, and how enemas are administered. You can also take a survey about your own enema experiences and find out what others have experienced. Under Enema Supplies, you will find items available from Amazon.com that you can purchase discreetly and affordably.

This website contains photographs and videos of actual enemas, so please use discretion. This website is intended to supplement, not substitute the expertise and judgment of your physician, pharmacist or other healthcare professional. It should not be construed to indicate that the use of enemas is safe, appropriate or effective for you. Consult your healthcare professional before taking enemas.

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