The Benefits of Coffee Enemas: Eileen Durfee on A Natural Shift Podcast

Speaker 1: Welcome to the podcast, Eileen. we are very excited to have you on take the upgrade, and I'm really excited to dive into this topic today of coffee enemas. So if that's something that interests you, if you're curious about it in the least, I think you're going to enjoy this, this chat that we're going to have. But first I wanted you to just tell us a little bit about yourself, your background, and kind of how you got to do the work that you do today.

Speaker 2: Well, I've been sick my whole life. I mean, the doctor pulled me out with forceps. My hips were twisted. I'd wear special shoes. I mean, I've been in pain my whole life. I grew nine inches in three months. I got ran over by a car. I got a silver Malagan filling when I was 20 years old and then fell sick, became allergic to everything. And so I just became my own Guinea pig because I didn't want to be on anti-histamines and antibiotics and all these things that the doctors thought I just needed to live on. And so I started my process of sparing, no expense of trying just about everything. And, I was a nuclear power plant engineer and I've done real estate. And so basically I turned my hobby into my occupation now. And so at like a couple months, I'll be 60 years old and I feel better than I did when I was in my twenties.

Speaker 1: Wow. That's awesome. So you took, I love that you took your story and now you help people with their health. That's, that's the best kind of stories to me.

Speaker 2: Yeah. Well, it's actually work as play now, so it's really what I supposed to be doing my whole life, you know, so

Speaker 1: Yeah. So how, how do you work with clients now Like what do you kind of love to help them with Is it just overall health, that's it, or is it a specific area of health

Speaker 2: Well, everything's connected. So you just can't segment out, you know, an area of someone's health. You have to look at the whole, you know, body process. And so I create tools that are easier to use more affordable, that can help the body, you know, take the straws off the camel's back and to begin to detoxify and heal. So I like to be on podcasts. I like to give out a lot of educational information. I do do some consults, you know, with clients and do laboratory hair analysis, but yeah, just generally, I'm spending more time inventing things, manufacturing things, just trying to find the better widget. And so through that education, we can help people.

Speaker 1: Yeah. That's interesting. Well, I guess you are an engineer, so that would make sense, right

Speaker 2: Yeah. I think I got most of my creativity from my father and, you know, it's just like, I am like him where, you know, you have a problem and you go to sleep on it and you dream about it and you see it and then you create it. And so that's kind of how that happens. It's like the flow just doesn't stop.

Speaker 1: Yeah. That, that's interesting though. I think it's, it's the gift from the Lord. Cause everybody's mind, doesn't think like that. Yeah. So, so let's talk about the topic at hand, which is coffee enemas. So if somebody is tuning in which I would say probably many might be tuning in and they don't know anything about what a coffee enema is and just by the name, they might be a little scared. So where would you start with somebody that was brand new and introduce them to this

Speaker 2: Well, coffee enemas have been around a long time. They're written about in the dead sea scrolls and you know, Dr. Garrison, he used them for years, working with cancer patients. But my favorite story about coffee enemas is when Hitler's army got cut off from supplies. So here they are operating on soldiers with no painkillers, no anesthesia. And the doctors were giving them plain water animals. So a nurse decided to start putting coffee in the animal bucket because after all it kept the doctor going 24 7, and a strange thing happened, their pain dramatically reduced. And it became so famous that actually universities all over Europe and Austria started taking rats and putting coffee, water up their rectum to try to figure out what in the heck was going on. So it was bare. It was validated as far as scientifically what a copy animal was doing to the body. And it was pretty much the 12 minute mark where all the caffeine and the Palm medic acid out of the solution disappeared. And they found that it traveled up the portal vein to the liver. So the portal vein looks like if you go out and pull up your tomato plant, the little fibers and all the roots, those attached to the intestinal track,

Speaker 2: Take things up to the liver to process them. And so the caffeine would go into the liver and dilate the bile ducks. So bile production increased dramatically, which has been found to change the intestinal pH, which makes it conducive to the good bacteria. Now we know today that the bacteria in the gut will affect health in tremendous ways. Like you can take a normal person and then do a fecal transplant with someone who has high blood pressure, that normal person will develop high blood pressure. It really, our immunity is like 70% in the gut. So besides changing the pH, another thing that they found that the QAPI enema did was increased glutathione 600%. Now that's our master and I oxidant it's very anti-inflammatory. And when you take worl glutathione supplements, it's really hard to translate that into absorption, right So here's a way that you don't have to buy glutathione and your body will make it on your own.

Speaker 2: So that's absolutely fantastic. It was found to turn on enzyme systems in the body. And literally if somebody is only going to do one thing for their health, what I recommend is a daily coffee enema. Now people against coffee enemas will say, oh, that is just going to deplete your body of minerals. And you know, it's going to increase dependence and all this kind of stuff. Well, in 2011, when I went through my training to become a practitioner, I was challenged. Well, part of the thing is I had to agree to a daily near and breads on an, a daily coffee enema. And so I started that process and it was quite the trick, you know, laying down on the floor and being able to like have bowel tolerance to hold that for 12 minutes, are you kidding me You know, it was like a minute.

Speaker 2: And then you get up in the mess goes everywhere. But you know, after two weeks of doing it every day, you know, you developed the control, you get your system down and you start feeling tremendous. And you know, it's something that I was in a car wreck, in 2013 had to have knee surgery. And I was over at the physical therapist and, you know, here I am just off of painkillers and anesthesia and they had that S three machine that was on Dr. Oz's show that you put your hand on it and measure circulating antioxidants and they have this machine so they can sell you. And I oxidant supplements. And on Dr. Oz's show, you know, they had participants in the audience with colors of shirts, representing the amount of antioxidants they had in your system. And Dr. Ross has 75,000 and the manufacturer of that device is Sandy.

Speaker 2: If you have 65,000 or more, you know, you're just not going to get cancer. That's great. So the majority of people in the audience did not have 65,000 and it was less than that. So here they are, like, I leave, put your hand on this machine and I'm thinking, oh great, this is going to be horrible. Right So I put my hand on their 85,000 and they go, what am I oxidants Do you take ongoing I don't take any antioxidants. I take my metabolic, pat glandular, sodium potassium ratio, adjuster, and digestive enzyme recommended by my hair analysis. Then I do a daily coffee enema, and I do a daily near infrared sauna, which also increases all that stuff. And they're going, oh my gosh, you're never going to get cancer. And you're just, it's just amazing. You know And so I, at that time had to have blood work done for all my surgery and everything.

Speaker 2: And every number was just right down the middle, just perfect. Wow. And then, you know, I also got life insurance at that time and they wrote me for the highest class healthiest class ever in age. It was going in my five years of history here. We've never issued an insurance policy or somebody that's healthy. What do you do Daily coffee, enema, sauna. You know, I mean, I always give clients the two week coffee and I'm a challenge. And now I have a gizmo based on customer comments about how their knees hurt them or their low back. And they can't lay down. They can't get up. So I created the anima fix, you know, of course another gizmo that just takes a good idea and makes it better. It has like a glass 32 ounce jar that, you know, looks like this. And it has a adapter with the pump prime out the liquid, and you can stand up in the shower.

Speaker 2: Oh, that's cold. And you can go as slow or as fast as you want. You can rub up the ascending over the transfers. You don't have to lay down. You could multitask with using, you know, the brush. This is what I do, you know, on my face and on fascia, this is the wood nub one. Cause the dry brush won't work in the shower. But I mean, I multitask, I stack my hack. I do like that. Yeah. And so then, you know, when I feel like I need to eliminate, cause I just, you know, fill up, you know, this and I'll do halfway and then I'll rub and you know, just enjoy my shower and then I will get out, go sit on the toilet and eliminate the, get back in and I will fill again. So it's like a double back to back enema.

Speaker 2: And so it's not like people will freak out. Well, I can't hold it. 12 minutes practice makes perfect. So if you can only hold it for one or two minutes and it really depends on what you ate too and what your digestive track is doing, whether you can hold it six minutes and then go eliminate or, you know, then feel, but it's the total whole time. So that's what I teach people. And I give them the two week copy and I'm a challenge to do it every day. And then I say, I'm never going to bother you about it again because they sell themselves.

Speaker 1: Right

Speaker 2: I mean, I've had clients that couldn't even walk down their driveway to the mailbox because they were in such chronic pain that after two weeks had no pain could walk down there. I had a husband and wife who came to my office, got their hair analysis and the guy was on multiple prescriptions for allergies and depression and sleep. And, you know, just had all these symptoms. And so he says, okay, I'll do the daily copy enema when they come back for the results, it's like 80% of his problems are gone And he's not even taking his medicine anymore and he's sleeping and he's, you know, more cheerful, just like a new person. And then, you know, when you start any detox program, you know, you might get hexamer reactions, detox, reactions, and you know, you have to go slow. So I'm cautioning them about, oh, going slow, everything like that. And he says, no problem. I'll just take two coffee animus in a day. I can handle anything.

Speaker 1: So that, yeah, that's really an interesting thing that you bring up whenever you do want to go detox from some, you know, and do sort of that kind of protocol, your drainage pathways really need to be open. And this is going to help aid in that tremendously.

Speaker 2: Yeah. Yeah. Very true. Because you can have every imaginable symptom crop up because when your body people don't realize this about their body, but every cell in your body was created to have a certain mineral in the enzyme binding site. Like your thyroid gland has more selenium than any Oregon. your bones, obviously more calcium. And the problem of it is, is when that element is not present from our food supply or if we have a cellular issue and our body can't get that mineral to where it needs to go. The body actually grabs elements that are on the table of element chart that are next to that element. Like the body will grab a lead and use it for calcium,

Speaker 1: Right

Speaker 2: Body will grab mercury and use it per selenium. And so, you know, and then Cal cadmium will be used in place of zinc. So when you're actually going through this process and these elements get released from cells, they actually travel in your bloodstream. And when they're traveling in the bloodstream, that's when you get every imaginable symptom. So with the QAPI enema with all that extra bile traps, a lot of that stuff. So it can be ushered out of the body to relieve a lot of those symptoms. And so that's why doing a coffee enema. Another reason why it's just so important,

Speaker 1: Right No, I didn't, I didn't know that that's or I knew that about the battle of force, but I did not realize that about all the minerals. That's amazing.

Speaker 2: Yeah. And so a lot of people will get into culation and binders, but they'll not fix the reason why the body had to use that junkyard part. You know, it's like we ended up being like a jalopy where we don't replace our alternator. So we use jumper cables all the time, jump starting it, and then we drive it without the headlights, you know

Speaker 1: Right. I'm, I'm all for fixing the original design right.

Speaker 1: Using these little band-aids because yeah, I don't, I don't really think people understand how much those are relied on now. and just understanding some of these things is really key. So I appreciate you explaining that. That's very helpful. let me take it back as, as we kind of look toward that, the end of this conversation and just the, the step wise approach to doing a coffee enema, because remember there may be some people listening that they say, this is all great, but I still don't really know what this process is like. Okay. Not graphic of course, but you know, what, what, what does that process look like to do a coffee enema

Speaker 2: What I would do is to fill up this jug to about there

Speaker 1: Went to four cups.

Speaker 2: Yeah. Cause this is like 32 ounces, you know So about, you know, 30 ounces of actually spring water is best second. Like Berkey filtered water, don't use reverse osmosis or distilled water because it's not as hydrating because of the surface tension. And it's lacking the sacred geometry of the water on the water molecules. So structured waters. Great. and then I use, there's a lot of ways you can prepare the copy mixture. You can, boil coffee and strain it. You can use regular coffee pot, you can use a French press. My favorite is a percolator. So I percolate the coffee and that gets a lot of the caffeine in the Palm medic acid out of the copy, unlike just a French press. And then like with the glass jar, I had people pouring hot coffee directly in it. And then they're saying, oh, it's defective. Cause the glass jar broke. Well, this is not a coffee mug. This is a glass jar. You don't pour hot liquid in it. So you put in room temperature, water, and then you top it off with the coffee solution. Right There's a lot of people that are like trying to do a copy and it was straight coffee. No, you don't want to do that. That's way too much caffeine and Paul medic acid, you know And so then you would obviously prime the liquid. So it's completely filled. So you're not like pumping yourself with air

Speaker 1: Air.

Speaker 2: And then, this is a flexible too. Some people might want to put some kind of lubricant on this to go into your spinkster. But if you bear down, your spinkster will open and you can insert this. Then you can pump, you can lay down with this if you want. Right. You can stand up, you know, however, I, and then, you know, you would massage your intestinal track, you know, cause it's going up your rectum. So then on the left side of your body, your intestinal tract goes up, it's the ascending portion of it. And you can just, you know, massage and then the transverse and you might feel not some different things in there, but you can, you know, massage it and then it's just waiting, You know, and

Speaker 1: Liquid in than you is best to wait. You mentioned the 12 minute mark. Right

Speaker 2: Right. And so everyone trying this for the first time is not going to be able to hold it for 12. I, you know, and there's a lot of people out there who are dehydrated because there's a lot of people said, why did the coffee enema nothing came out Well, this is a hydration tool because 80% of people are dehydrated. They're drinking the wrong kind of water, not enough water, they're avoiding sodium. So the water doesn't retain in their body. So they, are, have frequent urination problems. And so if you don't eliminate after this, you know, infusion of your, you know, roughly 16 ounces, then even after the 32, you're going to need to do another one. You need to use this. It's kind of like an IB, as far as hydration goes. That's why you want to use purified water, mineral, water, you know, so you're not putting in more junk into your body

Speaker 1: And

Speaker 2: Then, you know, to eliminate. So if you're one of those people who are either constipated or, dehydrated, you know, you might want to just use a plain water flush first

Speaker 1: Before

Speaker 2: You do the coffee solution. And then you might find that you could hold it more, but that's, you know, pretty much how you would, you know, do a coffee enema.

Speaker 1: Okay, perfect. Now, you mentioned doing back to back as far as putting in half of that liquid, holding it, eliminating it and then re you know, doing that again. Right. So is that the best way Or if you can hold all of the 30, 32 ounces, what would you say

Speaker 2: I don't know. I do a lot of coffee enemas and 32 ounces is way too much for my body, you know, at a time. And so the 16 ounce seems to be pretty good and people will normally have to work up to that much. So even if it takes them four, maybe they're pumping in only a quarter. You know, this is not about trying to be tough and feeling pain or discomfort. No. It's like, if you're discomforted and you can only get, you know, eight ounces in that is fine. And so then you just massage and wait and eliminate and then refill. So even if you have to refill four times and then that's that increases your total hold time exposure to absorbing the most caffeine and palmitic acid up your portal, vein to your liver.

Speaker 1: Okay.

Speaker 2: And so, and then that's a lot of other people will ask me, well, can I use ozonated water with my coffee solution And the answer is always no, because ozone is an oxidizer and it will diminish the amount of caffeine and palmitic acid, and it will consume the oxidation and the extra oxygen. So it makes two therapies less effective.

Speaker 1: If that makes sense.

Speaker 2: So bags, it's hard to clean them. I do have a bag that's on close out that you can turn inside out and clean, but it's just not as good. I mean, I actually got the

Speaker 1: Two.

Speaker 2: Yeah. I got the idea from a client who was using the bag, but he stood up and he rolled it

Speaker 1: Where

Speaker 2: He, and I'm thinking, oh my gosh, just to pump, you know, get rid of the plastic and go with, You know, glass. And I mean, the other materials here, it's all FDA approved and, you know, inspected and everything. but yeah, I mean, there's also the coffee enema bucket, but again, you've got to use gravity, you've got to lay down. And so,

Speaker 1: And what I've noticed with that, because that's what I'm currently using the tubes, it's hard to get down all the way down and then sometimes it just doesn't go very fast. And so, yeah. I'm experimenting with mine too, but I might be looking into yours. So I'll have to report back to you guys on that.

Speaker 2: Well, I, you know, stack my hacks. And so I bought a claim aboard, which is like about four foot long. It's got a hole. So you flip up the toilet lid, you put it on the toilet, it's got a splash guard. And then you put a little stool where your head and you bend your knees and you lay down on your back and then you can, do a coffee enema and not get up. And then I put my near infrared lights on the ceiling. I had a little rolling cart. I was using high-profile. So I was like multitasking,

Speaker 2: But everybody can't afford a $300 claim aboard. And I was actually going to make a better claim of board. Cause I bought like three of them on the market. And I didn't like, that's what I do. I buy all the gizmos and figure out what I don't like. Then I make the better widget. So I was getting ready to do that, but it was like an expensive thing. And then after the guy with the bag, I got the idea with this pump and you know, now this is all I use. I don't ever use my claim aboard because it's just like so convenient. Oh my gosh.

Speaker 1: Yeah.

Speaker 1: So awesome. And this has just been really great. you, you gave us some great information that is maybe more in depth, but also for the person that's just getting started, how this process works and you know, there is some steps involved. I get it. It's, it can seem maybe time-consuming, if you've never done it, you think, gosh, it's going to take me forever, but I promise you, and I'm sure that you can attest to this, the more that you do it, the better that you get at the process and you're going to see how much better you feel. So you're going to want to keep doing it. And, and, you know, even if you can't start out with every day, would you say, that three to five times a week would be good I mean, I know even,

Speaker 2: Even if you only did it once a week, right.

Speaker 1: Okay. Let's take it away.

Speaker 2: Yeah. It's going to improve. I mean, you know, there's nothing too small.

Speaker 1: Sure. I agree with that. And just to give you a little tip, I know that, sometimes the weekdays can be really busy. So maybe on the weekends you do it, you know, Saturday or Sunday, I'm usually don't have much going on on Sunday. So that's usually my day that I know I'm going to get one of these done because you know, just, it's gotta be some planning involved with it. So a little tip for you there.

Speaker 2: And I wanted to mention that there's clients that are even allergic to coffee or very highly sensitive to caffeine. So I've had clients with, coffee allergies, that'll brew coffee, and only put like a quarter of a teaspoon with coffee in here to start there and then work up. And I, you know, and caffeine sensitivity sometimes, you know, starting with the teaspoon. So if you're one of those people, it's still good for you and then your body will build up to it and it will be tremendous for you.

Speaker 1: That's true. And I've also heard of people doing a coffee enema and then doing a water enema to maybe decrease some of the effects of the caffeine to effort of that. So,

Speaker 2: And then as far as the coffee, you know, cause Dr. Gearson recommends the light rose. Okay. So when I was, you know, and then the doctor that I was working with recommended a medium to dark roast. So I've done both. And when I was doing everyday copy and Ms, with the light roast, literally my skin turned green. So just go with the organic medium to dark roast. And there's a lot of coffees out there. You know, people are hooked on caffeine. This is the 21st century. Every town practically has someone who has their own roasting machine. That gets organic beans that you can actually order say, Hey, I want to pick up this organic dark or medium roast coffee beans. When are you roasting next When can I come by You can literally get coffee that was roasted the day before.

Speaker 1: Right So

Speaker 2: You can actually, instead of going to the store, but you know, even if you go to the store and buy coffee, that's been sitting in the warehouse for six months. It still benefits you, right I mean, even, you know, if somebody in your house has a regular coffee pot and they're brewing coffee, even if you use that coffee, it's going to benefit you. So you can literally start anywhere.

Speaker 1: That's a good point because I know that from some of the things that I've read and I was using a coffee that is specifically for coffee enemas. So you're saying you don't necessarily have to use that. You can use other coffees too.

Speaker 2: You're going to get fresher. If you find a local roaster,

Speaker 1: Good, good. They

Speaker 2: Sell, they sell other coffees online that are like grown in the shade that are lab verified to be free of all the microtoxins and the molds and everything like that. And like there's one brand in particular that is very low acid. Remember the benefits of a coffee enema are having the Paul medic acid, right So the light roast coffee has the most, but too much of a good thing can be out of balance. And then, the medium to darker roast has a good amount, but less of the acid, but you don't want to go with a coffee that is super low acid Because you're just not gonna get the benefits.

Speaker 1: Okay. That's a great explanation. So I really appreciate this and thank you for sharing, on all of your wisdom and that you have a lot of knowledge that you've gathered over the year. So we appreciate you being on, oh,

Speaker 2: Well, thank you for having me.