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Enemas

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What is an enema?

An enema is a similar process to colonic hydrotherapy, but with one key difference... A colonic flushes water through the whole of the colon, whereas an enema only holds the liquid inside the rectum. 

 

We offer both coffee and parasite enemas at Serene Therapies. Each of them has its own unique benefits to your body and health. ​

Our enema treatments cost £15 after a colonic hydrotherapy treatment.   

Benefits of enemas

The main aim of an enema is to remove toxins from the liver and free radicals from the bloodstream. 

 

A coffee enema has a number of benefits, including:

  • Healthier digestive system

  • Liver detoxification and health

  • Improved circulation

  • Weight loss

  • Reduced pain

  • Increased energy levels

  • Increase in mental clarity

  • Reduce anxiety and depression

  • May reduce constipation

  • Improves antioxidant activity

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What to expect

The coffee is prepared and inserted into the rectum using a special kit.

You will then retain the fluid inside your body for around 15 minutes, to allow the coffee to absorb into the liver. 

 

The coffee releases Glutathione S-Transferase within the liver, which binds with toxins and releases within the coffee itself.

 

We ask any one interested in a coffee enema to request a consultation and a colonic hydrotherapy treatment before booking.

DISCLAIMER

Please note: Enemas are not in any way intended as a 'cure' or 'medical' treatment. They should not be seen as an alternative to seeing your GP if you have any health concerns. Neither are they intended to infer or imply symptoms of IBS or other bowel conditions will be solved.

FAQs

How much does an enema cost?

Both our coffee and parasite enemas cost £15 each after a colonic hydrotherapy treatment.

Can I have an enema without a colonic?

No, enemas are only carried out following a colonic hydrotherapy treatment.

How frequently can I get an enema?

You can have an enema each time you have a colonic hydrotherapy treatment, up to a maximum of 24 per year.

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