Coffee Enema. Dr. Carol Osborne has seen first-hand the effects a coffee enema can have a dog – and in one particular case, the effect was nothing short of miraculous. When a friend and client’s dog suffered acute liver failure, other veterinarians recommended euthanasia. Unable to part with her pet without at least a second opinion, the pet’s owner contacted Dr. Carol as her last resort. In addition to the administration of intravenous fluids, Dr. Carol gave the small dog a coffee enema. Not only did the dog improve, he began to thrive. Could a coffee enema save your dog’s life?
Coffee, when administered via enema, stimulates the production of glutathione by the liver. Glutathione is required by the liver to function properly. When the liver fails, glutathione production ceases. By stimulating production of this vital nutrient, the coffee enema helps the liver to once again perform.
Coffee enemas also work as a detox.
Think of your dog’s intestines (and yours, for that matter) as a long hose that is several feet long. As years go by, the inside of the hose gets caked with all sorts of residue and debris from material passing through the intestines over time. The walls of the intestines, once thin and clean, will become thicker over time with the debris that sticks to the walls preventing the body from digesting and absorbing vital nutrients.
If something is not done to counteract the thickening of the intestinal walls due to residue and debris the pet or person will gradually begin to lose their energy and the ability to function normally. And we all age – pets and people. And we become afflicted with many of the diseases and degenerative disorders that occur with advancing age. Reducing the build-up of debris within the intestines can help to slow-down the natural aging, and detoxification with a coffee enema may be just what is needed.