Salt Water Enema
Celtic Sea Salt Enema
Most people do not realize that the colon wall cells are just like saline (salt). So doing a sea salt enema is actually very natural, and more natural than using regular water. This is because the colon wall cells are so similar to salt.
The difference is when you introduce the sea salt water in an enema into the colon, the colon wall cells will not swell up like they will by using just regular water. Regular water enemas will end up removing vital minerals and nutrients, and deplete the cell walls, causing it to be less healthy. Whereas a sea salt enema will not, and can actually help add minerals and nutrients.
Remember that not all people can use salt in an enema, so check with your doctor first. People who have the following should check with their doctor first:
ulcerative colitis, cirrhosis of the liver, kidney disease, high blood pressure, blood thinning or are taking blood thinner medications, etc.
Heat distilled water to a comfortable temperature. Heat 2 qt (2 L) of distilled water to a temperature between 98 and 104 degrees Fahrenheit (37 and 40 degrees Celsius).
Dissolve sea salt into the water. Add 2 tsp (10 ml) of pure sea salt to the warm water. Stir until the salt dissolves.
- An enema prepared with pure sea salt is one of the gentlest types you can use, making it a good option for someone who has never used an enema before. The salt reduces the amount of water absorbed into the bloodstream but does not draw water in or out of the colon, which means that this enema will feel more tolerable than most others.