I (April) have been working with Katrina for about a year. One of the first things she recommended was the renowned coffee enema. I was a little skeptical and hesitant…because…it’s a weird idea! We moved several times during the summer and there was a lot of upheaval in our routines, and I just never made time for it.
I have been struggling to lose weight, even while on strict keto, and have been experiencing a lot of anxiety this year. I recently rechecked my blood, and it showed several signs of liver struggles. I realized it was time to get more serious about making enemas a priority. So, this week, I have done one every day.
At first, they made my tummy feel icky afterward and I just didn’t love it. I also absorbed one on accident because I got a little too relaxed and held it too long. I was BUZZED for hours. However, now I’ve got the hang of it! I know how long I should hold it, how much coffee I should use at a time, and I figured out the best time in my day to do it.
I am happy, nay ECSTATIC, to report that in the week that I’ve done one every day, i have lost four pounds! People, this is after a year of the numbers just not budging unless they were increasing. My anxiety levels are significantly lower. I have noticed my breathing is slower and I’m able to relax my shoulders more easily.
So now I’m a believer. I wanted to share in case any of you others are on the fence as well, or in case anyone else wanted to share a success story.
Thank you so much April for sharing! I am so glad that they have been so helpful!!!
I have to say that I love them too and people always look at me strangely when I say that. But if clients get over the weird factor, they love them too. I rarely have someone that does not at least appreciate their power.
Hi. Hi. I struggled with them at first also. But when I finally got into a routine and figured out how much to use I Now find it very peaceful and calming to take that break in the midst of my busy day.
Yay Andrea! I’m glad you’re benefiting from them also.
Latest news on this front is that about a week and a half ago, I had a gallbladder attack during the night. The next day, i did two enemas, and passed a TON of gallstones. I am so thankful! My mom had her gallbladder removed around the age that I am now, and I’m so thankful that there is another way to handle gallbladder dysfunction beyond just removing it.