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ENEMA KIT  douche & enema 2in1 (Sanity)

ENEMA KIT

 

This combination douche & enema system contains a 2-quart water bottle made from durable, natural rubber latex; it is an economical choice in comparison to disposable systems. Other features of this system include: bottle hang tabs, hang hook, Shut off clap, adapter cap, 52” tubing, Enema attachment, vaginal attachment, and stopper. The Combination Douche & Enema System with 2 Quart Water Bottle includes comprehensive directions and storage instructions. Combination System includes a lifetime warranty through manufacturer.

 

Why to use enema?

 

People use enemas for a number of reasons including:

 

* A reminder of their treatment as a youth. Many people gravitate toward using an enema to relieve constipation because they received the treatement as a youth and were very satisfied with it.

 

* A form of punishment. Enemas are popular as a form of friendly punishment among dominant/submissive partners. The ability to force or be forced to retain an enema is found pleasurable by many people.

 

* Anal/Rectal stimulation. An enema provides a pleasing amount of anal stimulation for many users. Many men find that getting an erection stimulates their prostate and causes them pleasure.

 

* Cleaning before anal sex. Many women prefer an enema before anal sex to cleanse the area and to free them from worrying about their personal hygiene.

 

* Colonic cleansing. Many visitors believe in the healthful aspects of receiving an enema and the removal of toxins from the lower intestinal tract.

 

* Administering of some medications. Some enema users use enemas as a way to administer medications. People that suffer from paralysis can use an enema as a way to evacuate their bowels.

 

* Health benefits. Many users believe in the health benefits of a clean colon.

 

 

TYPES OF ENEMA:

 

1.Salt water enema -Saline Enema:

 

By adding salt to the water solution you reduced the transfer of water into and out of the colon. This prevents filling your kidneys and bladder with water. It will eliminate the frequent trips needed to urinate while receiving enemas.

 

Add 1 tablespoon of salt per quart of water. So, for a two quart solution use 2 tablespoons of salt.

2 Castile soap enema

 

Castile Soap can be used to further cleanse the colon. After using a soap solution, you might want to follow with a simple water enema to prevent irritation.

 

Castile soap sometimes comes in a 0.3 oz. (9ml) packet. This packet can be combined with 2 quarts (1.7 liters) of water to make a nice enema solution.

 

Remember to keep the enema temperature at about 102 degrees Fahrenheit (about 39 degree Celsius) give or take 1 or 2 degrees Fahrenheit (a degree Celsius).

 

3.Phospho-Soda Enema;

Phospho-Soda is a laxative that includes Monobasic Sodium Phosphate and Dibasic Sodium Phosphate

 

It's method of action is to increase the retention of water in the intestine, thereby promoting bowel movement.

 

Recipe:

Mix 1.5 fl. oz (45 ml) of Phospho-Soda with 2 quarts of water. 

4.Mineral oil enema

Mineral Oil can be used as a laxative. It can lubriacte the colon and allow for added cleansing.

 

Recipe:

Mix 1 fluid Ounce (about 30 ml) of mineral oil with 2 quarts of water. Administer.

 

Mineral Oil can also be taken orally as a laxative.

5 Lemon juice enema for cleansing;

Lemon Juice is said to help cleanse your colon of feces. Use 1/3 cup real-lemon (unsweetened lemon juice) per quart. Lemon juice may increase the cramping; You may or may not want to stay away from this.

 

6.Epsom salt enema

Epsom Salts (2 tablespoons per quart) can be soothing to the colon. Epsom salts increase the amont of water absorbed by the intestine and have a laxative effect. You may find that epsom salts make a nice cleanser. You can also soak your feet in epsom salts, please don't use the same solution to do so. Yuck.

 

7. Castile soap enema - when using a bar of soap

 

Castile soap is a gentle soap that is made with olive oil. It is used to cleanse the colon. Castile soap is also a slight irritant so be sure to follow up a soapy enema with a water enema or a salt-water enema.

 

With a bar of castile soap use 1/12 of a bar (you can shave it or just dissolve it in the solution). Make sure it is dissolved. This shouldn't be hard because the solution will be warm enough.

 

8.Milk and Honey Enema

 

Supposedly the honey helps irritable bowels. I can't vouch for that, but I do know that this is a fairly gentle mixture. Remember that 102 degrees is a good temperature (that is about 39.5 degrees Celsius).

 

1 1/2 quarts of warm water 16 oz. of warm milk 1 tablespoon of honey (try to use local honey) 1 tablespoon of olive oil

 

To get the temperature right, warm the milk in the microwave or on the stove, add it, the honey and the olive oil to the bag. Next, add the water to the bag adjusting the temperature as you go.

9. Another cleansing enema

 

Here is a good enema for colonic cleansing. The salt is good to keep water absorbtion to a minimum and the oil and glycerin are good for cleaning.

 

1 1/2 quart of warm water 2 tablespoons of salt 2 tablespoons of mineral oil 2 tablespoons of glycerin

 

Your First Enema - What you will Need

What you will need:

•A comfortable spot that might allow for cleanup to occur. Your bed with a couple of bath towels might be good. A cold bathtub isn't all that great in the winter time, but might work in warmer times. 

•An enema bag (a disposable one might be good for your first time or you might want to buy a reusable one because they are only a few dollars more) with a clamp or hemostat. 

•A thermometer is nice 

•Lubricant (KY Jelly or Astroglide are both good and are condom safe) 

•Water (distilled water is no good though, just tap water is fine) 

•A toilet nearby 

•Someplace to hang the enema bag. It should be about 1-2 feet above where your bottom will be. A coat hook or canopy bed are good places as are closets, tall dressers, etc. 

Other Items we might suggest:

•Rubber Gloves 

•Enema Solution (as you become more advanced). 

•Candles might help you relax 

•A partner can make it easier, especially one that is respectful and understanding. 

•Some bleach to clean the enema bag after you are done. 

•An evacuation plan and by this I mean a plan about where you are going to evacuate your full bowels not evacuate the building. 

What Position Should You Use:

You have a few choices as far as positions are concerned. There are some good candidates.

•The Left Side Position: Lie on your left side. Bend your right leg (upper leg) toward your chest. Keep your left leg straight. This position should be fairly comfortable while giving good access to your anus. 

•Doggie style (knee chest) position: Get on your elbows and knees with your head down and you buttocks high in the air. You might even want to put your chest to the floor. This position should give your partner good access to your anus. This position may be familiar to anyone with experience in anal sex. 

•On your back: Lie on your back with your knees bent. Your knees should be together while your feet are separate. This should result in you sitting a little bit knobby kneed. This should allow good access to your anus from below. 

•Over The Knee: Some people like to receive an enema in an over the knee position. Lie across your partner's lap. This position might put too much pressure on your stomach so you might want to put your stomach between your partner's legs. 

Note : It is possible to receive an enema on a toilet, however in this position the body is almost forced to expell. You will most likely have trouble holding an enema while seated.

Your First Enema - How to Make The Enema:

Temperature:

Temperature is important when administering an enema. Many people report having a bad experience with their first enema. This might be related to the enema solution being too hot or too cold. Either of these conditions can cause a sort of cramping (sometimes called gripping). A good temperature to fill your enema bag to is about 102 degrees (give or take a couple). This temperature will feel right when inside your colon. Too hot and you can experience burning, too cold and you might have extra problems with cramping. A thermometer only costs a couple of bucks. In this case it is definitely worth it.

Solutions:

For your first time, you might want to stick with water. As you become more experienced you might move onto castille soap, Oil, Phospho Soda or even Coffee. For now water should be just fine.

How Much:

Many enema bags hold two quarts. This is quite a bit of water. Some folks treat enemas as a sort of contest and look for the largest enema bag they can find. Two quarts is plenty and a two quart enema bag is about as large as there is available on the market. If you or your partner cannot take all two quarts, do not worry. The enema companies aren't giving away any medals.

Tip, Clamp, and Lubricant:

Install the hose, the clamp, and the tip onto the enema bag. Lubricate the tip so that it will insert easily. We recommend a water based lubricant because they are condom safe and this may come in handy later. If you need more lubrication and won't have any trouble with a lubricant that harms condoms, petroleum jelly (vaseline) will work better.

Your First Enema - Inserting the Tube and Administering The Enema

For The Receiver :

•Find a good position. Make sure you are comfortable and can relax. Be sure you can clean up if a problem is to occur. Make sure you or your partner have good access to your anus. 

•Lubricate your anus. You might want syour partner to massage some lubricant inside your anus and rectum. This will help when the nozzle is inserted. You will want your anus to admit the nozzle so that you can relax. 

•As the nozzle is inserted, relax as it passes your sphincter. You might want to take a couple of deep breaths as it passes. 

•Relax, as your partner turns on the flow. Mentally picture yourself receiving it. A good partner will slow the flow if you experience any gripping. You may end up making a mess if you panic. Instead, try to relax, everything will be fine. If cramps come (and they probably will during your first enema) have your partner stop the flow, breath deep, and try massaging your stomach area. 

•If you feel the need to evacuate, ask your partner to stop the flow. Relax, the desire will pass as your colon relaxes. 

•You might feel your stomach expanding. Let it. Try to hold the enema for a few minutes. 

•When it is time to evacuate, take yourself (with the tube still in place) to the lavatory. Wait until you are in a position to evacuate before you remove the tube. 

•After you evacuate, take a deep breath and feel your lightness. 

For The Giver:

As the master of the enema you have a great deal of responsibility. The enema receiver is in a very embarrassing and delicate position. You should respect their wishes in everything that follows. The following tips should make the process go as smoothly as possible.

•Lubricate your partner's anus and rectum well. A finger works well for this purpose. One way to do this is to apply a liberal amount of lubricant to your finger and to the outside of your partner's anus. Next, press the tip of your finger into the center of your partners anus. Use about enough pressure to just crack an egg shell. Be patient. Applying constant pressure for a second or so will allow the anus to receive your finger. Apply the lubricant liberally working it in and out. Assuming your partner reacts positively to anal stimulation, I'm sure they won't mind. 

•To insert the nozzle, learn from your experience with your finger. You should know how much pressure will be required. The nozzle should slide right in. 

•Hang the enema bag about 1 foot to 18 inches above the anus. Hanging the bag higher will produce more pressure and flow, lower will produce less pressure and flow. Dropping the bag below the anus can result in back-flow during the procedure. This can be kind of messy. 

•Open the clamp slowly. Don't try to give the entire enema at once. Sometimes it can take up to 15 minutes to administer. 

•If the receiver has a full colon (hasn't recently deficated) they may not be able to receive as much as usual. If you want, they can evacuate and receive another. 

•While filling your partner, watch for signs of cramping. If this occurs you should slow or stop the flow until your partner can relax. 

•Remember to respect all of your partners wishes. 

•You might want to massage your partners stomach to encourage further cleansing. 

•When your partner wants to evacuate you will want to follow your agreed upon plan. You will probably have to carry the bag, try not to raise it to high as this increases the pressure.

Your First Enema - Cleanup

Hopefully your first enema went well. Cleanup should be relatively easy. Here are a few tips to follow.

•A bleach solution of one tablespoon of bleach for every quart of water is good to use to sanitize your enema bag and tips. Rinse your hardware before and after you use the bleach solution. 

•Baby wipes or adult moist wipes are always nice to have on hand. They can be very helpful in cleaning up any problems. 

•Some people like to sanitize their equipment with boiling water. 

•Hang the bag to dry. This will retard mold growth. 

•Don't use your enema bag for anything else and don't share it with your partner. Your enema bag should be a very personal item, for your use only. Think of it like a toothbrush. If you and your partner want to cleanse you will want two enema bags. 

•Clean any linens and such as you would items used for a baby. The above bleach solution can be put in a spray bottle or mixed in a batch. It is good for sanitzation.

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ENEMA KIT douche & enema 2in1 by Sanity

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