Never pour any warm liquid into the jar. Always pour in water first and then warm liquids. The jar is not a coffee mug and will break if you pour coffee directly into the jar. Jar breakage is excluded from your warranty.
Enema Fix Parts & Assembly Instructions
There are two draw straws: a short one for the plastic bottle and a long one for the glass jar
To assemble: Hold the screw cap with one hand and turn the pump plunger/spout counterclockwise with the other hand to open. The plunger will pop up, like a shampoo bottle dispenser, once you rotate it far enough. It takes about nine counterclockwise rotations to unscrew.
Next, attach the longest draw straw to the inside bottom on the pump with the diagonally cut end pointed toward the bottom of the jar to siphon up the liquid. Add the finger grip by inserting the draw straw through the center ring of the finger grip. The finger grip should be positioned so the underside contours allow for your fingers to hold the whole Enema Fix while pumping.
See the picture of the assembled Enema Fix for the correct finger grip position. Securely screw the pump assembly onto the jar adapter. Attach the tubing adapter to the pump spigot and make sure to tightly push on this connection.
You might need to use a hair dryer to heat the tubing adapter to completely push it on the spigot. If so, let it cool down and shrink to give a leak tight seal. Add your preferred tip onto the end of the tubing adapter. Fill the jar with your preferred enema solution and screw on the jar adapter with pump assembly, making sure the gasket is in between the jar and the adapter. Once you confirm all the connections are securely tightened, hold the jar handle with one hand, and vigorously pump the plunger up and down with the other hand. Keep two fingers on the finger grip and your thumb on the pump plunger and apply pressure while pumping to push out the air and prime the tubing with liquid. You will waste a small amount of fluid to prime the tubing. Then slowly insert the tip into the anus, with optional lubrication, and gently pump liquid inside your rectum.
Intermittently, I massage up my left side (ascending colon), horizontally across my abdomen (transverse colon), and down my right side (descending colon) to allow the fluid to travel throughout the bowel. Then, I take a 7–10-minute shower and when I get a strong urge to eliminate, I step out to sit on the toilet. I use a squatty potty stool while on the toilet and massage my abdomen in the reverse direction. Afterwards, I jump back in the shower and repeat the process.
WARNING: Please follow the instructions to avoid dropping the glass jar and breaking it. This can happen if the pump is not completely screwed on to the adapter and the jar is separated from the pump. Double check the connection, so you know you can safely hold the pump and jar by the finger rest while pumping. Keep the jar on the shower floor once you have dispensed half the liquid. The hose is extra-long, so you can even pump the liquid with the jar on the shower floor. Either way, putting or keeping the jar on the floor or a wide bench seat will minimize accidental breakage.