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Glass Enema Kits by Purelife Health Equipment are for those who perform regular enemas and demand the very best in equipment. Purelife Health Equipment is the only manufacturer of fine quality glass enema buckets who need 100% non toxicity. No metals, no plastic and no lead.
* 1.5 Qt Graduated Glass Enema Bucket
* Easy to clean and care for. Dishwasher safe
* Graduated lines for viewing solution level and speed .
* For long term use
* Environmentally friendly glass
* 5 Feet Medical Grade Silicone Tubing- Bp and Latex Free
* Sturdy Tubing Clamp
* 1 Enema/ 1 Douche Tip
(Optional Harness for Hanging is Available at check out)
Size: 1500 Ml (holds 6 cups)
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The Best Enema Kit On The Market
Posted by Lisa Brown on 3rd Aug 2017
I just received my kit yesterday and used it for the first time this morning. I absolutely love it. It is very important to me to keep as many toxins out of my body as possible. So, the fact that the bucket is glass and the tubing is BPA and latex-free is a big plus in my book. The only complaint I have is about the harness. It prevents me from seeing the exact level of the coffee in the bucket where the strips line up on the bucket. However, that's a MINOR issue to me. I like the fact that it can be cleaned easily and I don't have to worry about it being plastic and absorbing toxins into the bucket material. My husband is already asking me to order him one.
Glass is best!
Posted by Unknown on 13th Jan 2017
A glass enema kit is the best enema kit that there is. Much better than both stainless steel and BPA free plastic. It is worth the cost, since it's a one time investment (this is the last enema bucket you'll buy, it'll last you a very long time).
Clear glass, graduated, easy to clean, very sturdy (don't be afraid, it's not easy to break), healthiest option for an enema bucket. The blue bucket hanger is a must and if you can afford it, so is the IV pole.
For the glass bucket with the side spigot: Once you pour the enema solution in the bucket, do raise the tubing higher than the bucket, to let the air bubbles get out from the solution surface, from the bucket side, then lower the tube and let the enema solution fill it up fully and flow out the nozzle side, before you clamp it shut, this way there will be no air bubbles in your tubing and the flow will be smooth. Near the end of the solution, tilt the bucket a little with your hand to let the whole liquid flow into you.
In my opinion, the bucket with the spigot positioned at the bottom, though it might be better for emptying of the bucket, is a cleaning hassle, since it would is impossible to place it flat on a surface during cleaning. However, if you have a tap which is positioned much higher than the wash basin (like kitchen faucets) with ample space between the tap and the bottom of the sink, cleaning is doable while continuously holding the bucket and not putting it on any surface.
Glass buckets are the best. One with a spigot at the bottom has perfect flow, no tilting required and no (handleable) issue of trapped air bubbles and complete emptying of bucket, but a cleaning hassle, if you have regular bathroom faucets (which are positioned low). One with the spigot at the side, is a breeze to clean with any type of faucet, and can be placed at any surface during filling and cleaning, due to a flat bottom. However, air bubbles need to be managed (like I explained above, by raising the tube higher.....) and for complete emptying near the end, you need to tilt the bucket, both of which are not an issue.
I have used both the glass bucket with the side spigot as well as the one with the bottom spigot for some time now and both are the best.
Do read the whole review to decide which one works for you.
Thanks for making the glass buckets available!
Posted by jennifer on 2nd Jun 2016
finally someone made the enema bucket in glass