I have used different enema kits for myself and my family and this new stainless steel enema bucket is great. It's sturdy and well made and holds just the right amount of water. My children prefer the silicon nozzle to the pcv nozzles we were using. Whether you have never used an enema kit before or you are an experienced user, you will be pleased with this kit.
Superior Stainless Steel Enema & Colonic Irrigation Kit: 2L
With the flooding of toxins in every aspect of our living, from the air we breathe to the food we eat, detoxification is of special relevance. Modern society with its civilized, low fibre, poorly combined diets suffer widely from constipation and toxic overload. Constipation is considered to be toxic for the whole body and is a sure sign of deficient gut flora affecting proper stool elimination.
Once enemas have been in good practice, people begin to understand the importance and realize that regular enemas will reduce the toxic load, clean the liver and can help with managing pain, change the course of illness, reduced feelings of depression or discover relief from allergies. Overall health is seen to improve with enema therapy.
Enemas are not a new thing, they have been practiced for centuries to aid in cleansing for general health improvement with great results.
Why our kits are the most superior on the Australian market
Our kit is the most versatile and superior enema kit on the Australian market because unlike other enema kits on the market, we disclose what our product parts are made of and our kit is completely free of rubber and BPA. Our latest kits include medical grade sterilised silicon catheters (NOT PVC like most others). If other websties do not disclose this, assume it is PVC. These superior catheters also have a closed, soft and rounded tip end for comfort. We supply both disposable and reusable catheter/colon tubes with different sizes.
Our soft medical grade silicon rectal nozzles have been specifically designed for ease and comfort and are a great improvement to the previous PVC nozzle. these can also be sold seperately and attached to enema bulb syringes.
Our kit also supplies parts for conducting both a 'general enema' and a 'colonic irrigation' at home so it is not an enema kit but rather a 'Medical Grade Collonic Irrigation Kit' that is highly sourced by practitioners for use in their clinic. Both 'enema' and 'collonic irrigation' procedures provide a good result but deserve an explanation here.
What type of enema is best?
THE 'GENERAL ENEMA'
A general enema cleanse provides some good results to expel unwanted waste from the colon and can be less intrusive for individuals who are inexperienced with enema procedures. This one is good for beginners or for patients who cannot insert catheters. This option uses the soft flexible silicon rectal enema nozzle and the kit comes assembled with this part connected to the hose.
THE 'COLONIC ENEMA / IRRIGATION'
A colonic enema provides a higher cleanse and produces the best result to flush away debris sitting higher in the colon whilst allowing for the re-population of good flora in the higher colon with probiotic enemas. This procedure involves the insertion of an enema catheter or colon tube into the colon. This may be difficult for some if faecal compaction is severe where the first few enemas may require the use of the rectal nozzle to break away stool to allow a catheter to be easily inserted without bending from blockage. This option uses either a disposable 14F catheter or the re-usable 18F colon tube.
The colonic enema is the best practice if the patient intends to follow a cancer therapy program requiring several enemas containing coffee. Please note that coffee enema solutions need to be thoroughly strained before use.
Stainless Steel Enema Kit Equipment
PARTS FOR YOUR COMPLETE STAINLESS STEEL ENEMA KIT
- 1 medical grade stainless steel enema can – 2L (304 Grade Stainless Steel)
- 1 silicon enema hose with strong clamp attached – 2 meters
- 1 medical grade rectal silicon enema nozzle (for internal use)
- 1 white nozzle connector for catheter attachment (not for internal use)
- 1 silicon 14F catheter – 40 cm length
- 1 instruction booklet
- 1 pull string bag for product storage
- Stainless steel hanging hook
The only parts made from PVC are the connector peices and the hose clamp.
SPARE PARTS AND ACCESSSORIES SOLD SEPARATELY
- Disposable silicon catheters for ongoing use – 14F - 40cm length
- Re-usable silicon colon tube – 18F - 40cm length
- Replacement 2meter silicon enema hose
- Strong pinch clamp
- Replacement rectal silicon enema nozzle
- Replacement nozzle connector for catheter attachment
- Enema additives such as coffee, bicarb, salt and probiotics
- Thermometer to determine the water temperature
1. What is the difference between a catheter and a colon tube?
Both the 14F catheters and the 18F colon tubes are made from medical grade silicon and they are sealed and packaged in pre-sterilized blister packets. Both tubes are designed with a closed soft end tapered tip for comfort.
The 14F catheter is smaller in diameter and recommended for children or patients who are new to enema procedures or have a condition that requires a slower irrigation release of enema solution into the colon. This tube will release the enema solution slowly and gradually into the colon. The gradual pace of water irrigation into the colon allows the person to become familiar with the feeling and general experience. This tube is designed for single use and is a disposable piece that should be discarded after use, however it can be used up to three times if cleaned adequately. This tube size and function is the most popular and for this reason they are sold in value bundle quantity sets. The stainless steel enema bucket kit includes one 14F catheter but the patient is encouraged to stock up in ordering a few sets for future use.
The 18F colon tube is wider in diameter for adult use and this tube will expel the enema solution into the colon at a faster rate. It has a wider inner surface area allowing for easy sterilizing and cleaning and it is designed to be re-used multiple times when cleaned adequately.
For the average adult wishing to conduct enema colonic irrigation, we recommend starting the first few enemas with the 14F disposable catheters to allow for a comfortable adjustment to the practice. This could range from 5 – 15 procedures, followed by the use of the 18F colon tube after some experience. Please note that it is not a requirement to progress to the 18F colon tube as many people find the 14F catheters to be the best fit for them and some conditions may require a slower irrigation release.
2. I am familiar with the use of nozzles when conducting an enema but am unsure what the catheter tubes are required for and I am unfamiliar with colonic irrigation?
A 'general enema' cleanse using the nozzle only provides some good results and can be less intrusive for some who are inexperienced with enema procedures. This one is good for beginners or for patients who cannot insert catheters. This option uses the soft flexible silicon rectal enema nozzle.
A higher cleanse provides the best results and involves the insertion of an enema catheter/colon tube into the colon. This may be difficult for some if faecal compaction is severe where the first few enemas may require the use of the rectal nozzle to break away stool to allow a catheter to be easily inserted without bending from blockage. This option uses either a disposable 14F catheter or the re-usable 18F colon tube. We recommend starting the first few enemas with the 14F catheter first, followed by the 18F colon tube for more experienced adult users. Both are medical grade silicon closed end tapered tubes.
This product and its parts cannot be returned unless the item is found to be faulty upon delivery. This decision is due to quality assurance with hygiene standards. Please refer to our Policies and Procedures for more on returning products. Please choose your items carefully.
The Power of Enemas on the GAPS Program
Enemas are generally used to alleviate constipation. If bowels have not moved for any longer than 36 hours it is considered very toxic and the person will be left feeling irritable, bloated and very tired. With this in mind, imagine how toxic faecal compaction can be if left untreated and consider the damage it can cause over time leading to chronic constipation or diarrhoea. To add to this, the GAPS intro diet is low in fibre and generally causes further constipation for those who already experience it. For this reason, enemas are highly recommended on the GAPS Program but often avoided due to the unfamiliar nature of the procedure. If you are not prepared to incorporate enemas in the program and you are prone to constipation, I would suggest you avoid the introductions stages and go onto the full GAPS Diet. However, the introduction diet combined with enemas can help manage constipation and produce the best healing result. I emphasise the importance in not skipping it. 'The introduction diet' will heal the gut whilst the enema will clean and significantly help reduce toxins from the body and make the persons overall health improve. I have consulted many parents who advise that their children completely transform in a matter of minutes after having an enema and this only gets better if continual enema cleanses are carried out. Parents of children with autism often report how their child’s communication improves directly as a result. Compaction can cause headaches and brain fog, imagine the relief for these children and adults with similar symptoms.
With severe chronic constipation and faecal compaction, an enema with probiotics or whey added is essential and this can be followed by several more (one after the other) and finally relieved by a coffee enema. Pure Bicarbonate of Soda and salt solution enemas also prove to be highly beneficial.
Regular enemas will unload the faecal compaction in the colon by softening it and removing it gradually over time with every enema performed. This simple intervention will reduce the toxic load dramatically and allow the body to start healing.
Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride explains in detail how to conduct an enema in her GAPS book. It is strongly advised that you become very familiar with her procedure before conducting one yourself or on another person. Our Wholesome ‘me’ Superior Stainless Steel Enema & Colonic Irrigation Kits have meet all the GAPS requirements for our GAPS customers since 2010 and each kit also comes with an illustrated bonus instruction book to help you learn and become familiar and confident in practicing your own colonic irrigations at home.
Published by Linda Paterson 28th may 2016
I was very happy to discover all materials and contents in this kit to be of sound medical grade quality. I had the old kit which was great but needed to upgrade. the silicon catheters have a smooth tip making them very comfortable to insert and the nozzle is a huge improvement too. I was also pleaseantly suprised to see that the bonus enema book had more information explaining the procedures in more detail. The quality of the hoses and silicon nozzle is also an improvement. Verry satisfied with this product thanks.