I wanted to document this, for there will be a time in the future, maybe even three days from now, where my friends and I look back on this past week and think about Coffee Enema's. And I will be blamed for the topic, so I thought I would use this opportunity to jog my future lapsed memory.
One brisk day, 24 hours ago, it started with a crying baby. His poor belly distended as he lost the day's battle against constipation. After massage, oil, prunes, liquid laxatives and suppositories failed, I soldiered forward and went to the Google. Next option, after conferring with a phsysician: Time for an Enema. (Side note: crisis at least temporarily averted, so no personal knowledge of enema's effectiveness.)
On my quest to act knowledgeably, I did what most individuals so often forget to do: I researched the enema. Keep your friends close, and your....
I found a horrifically written article by a woman who fasts to make her brain smarter. I was sold. This writer uses garlic enemas as her first step. And then she moves into her favorite thing: The coffee enema. Did you know that after using a coffee enema, within minutes this woman's skin changes and instantly glows? She says it is her secret to staying young. And now, this damned coffee enema is at least in the peripherals of my every waking thought.
Livestrong has an informative article on Garlic Enema's. That scares me. I had to send it to a few friends to scare them equally.
Melissa: I was thinking of getting garlic knots, does that count?
Me: Yes, of course. (But I think the enema might go in smoother.)
Any thoughts on the coffee variety?