How to Assemble An Enema Kit






Our air, food, and water and earth are seriously toxic and can cause a heavy burden on the colon and liver.  Purelife Enema Kits are a safe way to hydrate the colon and remove waste and toxins and bacteria, so the body can start to heal itself.  Inflammation is reduced and health can improve.  When the colon is clean, the intestines can absorb vital nutrients it needs to build healthy blood cells, tissues, muscles and bones. 

Enemas can be performed at home alone and unassisted.



Be advised that none of the information contained in this booklet is intended to to be used as a diagnosis, treatment, or prescription.  Purelife health Equipment are not Doctors.  Whether you decided to apply the information stated in this booklet or on the website or from any packaging, is at your own risk.  Enemas should be learned under expert guidance.  Always seek the advice of your physician first.  Never use the Purelife Enema Kit if your doctor does not permit it. 


Do NOT use the Purelife Enema Kit if you have any of these conditions:

. Intestinal blockages

. Acute diverticulitis

. Appendicitis

. Severe weakness

. Severe dehydration


People Who CAN use the Purelife Enema Kit:

Those with digestive problems, gas, bloating, yeast overgrowth, constipation, bacterial infection, parasites, non-bleeding hemorrhoids, distention, tiredness, muscle pain, headaches, autoimmune conditions, back pain, fibromyalgia, limes, menstrual cramps, depression, brain fog, drug and medication withdrawal.



It is best to enema in the morning, after you have gone to the toilet to clear your bowels.



If you are healthy: An enema one time a week is fine.  If your body is acidic, gaseous, constipated: You can administer 2 or 3 enemas per week.  If you have illnesses such as cancer, systemic illness, autoimmune disease like MS, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoporosis, etc; You may be prescribed enemas several times daily.

If you are fasting:  more toxins and bacteria will be released, and enemas can help flush the toxins out.




Lay Out Your Parts 

.  Enema Bucket 

.  5 Ft Silicone Enema Hose 

.  Hose Clamp 

.  3 Inch Enema Nozzle 

.  16 Inch Red Latex Colon Tube & Connector. (optional use)




         ENEMA BUCKET                      5 FT ENEMA HOSE                HOSE ROLLER CLAMP.                             ENEMA NOZZLE                       16" Colon Tube.                                 Connector.   



To Assemble 

. Attached 5 ft hose to the bucket spigot

. Slide clinch clamp onto hose 3/4 way up     (If you have a roller clamp, thread hose under roller) 

 . Attach 3” nozzle to enema hose


Pre-Wash the New Bucket and Tubing

Add a little organic coconut soap into the bucket and fill with warm water and run through the bucket and tubing into the sink.  Rinse thoroughly.  (You may also use water and hydrogen peroxide or vinegar)




Prepare Enema Water

Use distilled water.  That is the cleanest.  Second, is reverse osmosis. Third choice is spring water.   Never use tap water.  It is too polluted to use.


Prepare the Tubing (you should be at the sink)

1.  Press & lock tubing clinch clamp or roller clamp to stop the flow.

2.  Fill the bucket with your water or enema solution.  Lukewarm 98F. Never hot

3.  Hold your tubing and enema tip over the sink, open clamp,  and allow some solution to flow out and push any air out of the tubing.  Once free of air or bubbles, close clamp tight.

4.  Lubricate your enema tip with olive oil, or surgi lube.


Preparing The Floor 

First, you will find an area to administer your enema at: a comfortable place to lie down.  

Place some old towels on the floor.  You may want to use a Purelife Enema Blanket, which is machine washable.  You can place a Purelife vinyl sheet over it, so you can wipe it clean easily.

If you have problems laying down on the floor, you can take the enema in the bed.  


Bucket Placement

Hang or place your bucket 10" to 18" above where your hip will be when you lie down.

You can hang the bucket on a door knob or low towel rack.  You can also place the bucket on a stool, or nightstand. Stabilize it so it wont fall or slip.

The 5 ft tubing running from the bucket to your rectum should not be wavy, so the flow is not obstructed.  (You may cut the tubing shorter if you need to).


3 Positions for a Water Enema:

.  Laying on your back - Allows water to enter fast. This is for advanced enema users.

.  Laying on left side/knees drawn up to chest - This position enables the water to go to the top of the descending colon.  Then roll over on your right side, and the water travels across the transverse colon and down the ascending colon.

.  On Hands and Knees - Rabbit Crouch (For a Higher Cleanse) On you knees, and rest your bottom on the back of your legs. Lift your bottom up. (Don't use if you have knee problems.)


Taking In The Enema Solution

.  Gently insert the small enema tip 3 inches into your rectum.  Do not go beyond the stopper on the tip. Rotate or twist the tip back and froth to make for easier insertion. (If you are using the 16" colon tube, guide it into the rectum no more than 6 inches)

.  Take a deep breathe and unlock the tubing clamp.  The solution flow in.  You do not want a fast flow, as it can cause spasms.  You want to start with a slow flow.  If you feel discomfort, stop, and close the clamp.  Wait a few moments. Then resume. Feel free to interrupt the flow as frequently as necessary to minimize spasms.  

Hold The Enema Nozzle In Place

You don't want the tip to slip out.  It is not advisable to use your anal muscle to hold it in because it makes the body tense. You can hold the nozzle tip in with your hand.  Breathe deeply.  Everyone is anatomically unique, so you might need to try different nozzles tips to see which one works best for you.  We carry a silicone enema retention nozzle, which is designed to help hold the solution in.

How Much Enema Solution To Take In

The average person can take up to 1 Qt of enema solution at a time.  Administer only enough that is comfortable to take in. You can shut the flow, wait, and continue when comfortable.

How Long To Hold The Enema Water In

Hold a water enema for 5 minutes.

When To Remove The Enema Tip

When you feel you have taken in the right amount of solution, you may gently withdraw the enema tip, get up slowly, and go to the toilet to release.


Do not overstretch the colon by frequent use of high volume enemas. The colon can stretch and receptors, which normally signal the bowels to move, may become sluggish. It is highly advisable.  If you dont, you can harm yourself.

After your water enema, you should feel very clean within.  You may also feel calmer and with more energy, as toxins leave your body.



Abdominal Pain

Shut the enema clamp down to stop the flow.  Then massage your abdomen where the pain is.  When the pain is gone, continue with the enema slowly.

. Pain can also be caused by tubing air being taken in at the beginning of the enema. This is why all air must be removed from the tubing prior to taking the enema.

. Air can also enter the colon at the end of the enema. You should stop the flow just before the solution empties completely from the bucket.

. Enema water that is too cold can also cause spasms.

If Water Won't Flow In

. The walls ofd the intestine could be blocking the opening of the colon.  To alleviate this, try pulling the enema tip out a little bit.

.  There could be a kink in the hose somewhere. Or the hose is too long and too wavy for gravity to pull the solution.  You may need to straighten the hose, or cut the 5 ft hose shorter.

.  You may have hardened constipation in the colon.

.  You may need to raise the bucket higher up to get a stronger flow.

.  The small enema tip or colon tube holes could be clogged, preventing water from coming out.





Always seek the advice of a qualified practitioner before doing coffee enemas.


We suggest doing a water enema before doing the coffee enema.  This helps to clear the colon, enabling you to hold the coffee enema in longer.

You Should Not Do a Coffee Enema If You Have:

.  Intestinal blockage, rectal fissures, gastrointestinal bleeding, rectal prolapse, appendicitis, congestive heart failure, heart disease, or severe anemia.

.  In addition, coffee enemas should be avoided by pregnant or nursing women, children and people who have undergone colon surgery.



1.  In a non-aluminum pot stainless steel pot, fill with 4 cups of distilled water.  Distilled is the cleanest. If you cannot access distilled, then use purified water.

2.  Add 3 rounded tablespoons of Purelife Organic Enema Coffee into the pot and stir.  Purelife Enema Coffee is free of mold, fungus, mycotoxins and heavy metals. It is made especially for coffee enemas as it goes into the liver.  It is lab tested.

 Bring the pot of water with coffee in it to a boil.  Boil 5 minutes, and then reduce heat to a simmer. Cover and simmer 10 minutes.  Then remove from heat and cool to lukewarm temperature.  Never use hot. 

 You may also put the pot in the freezer for a few minutes to speed up the cooling.

You want 4 cups of body temperature coffee enema solution. If too much solution dissipates during boiling, you can add a little more water.

3.  Strain coffee solution into your enema bucket using a Purelife Coffee Enema Strainer.  This is important.  Coffee grounds can clog your colon tube and nozzles.

4. Follow the coffee enema instructions in your booklet.