BDSM Education- Enema

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Enema- 
This information is provided for information purposes only, using this information is done at your own risk.  
You should ALWAYS consult with your medical doctor/practioner or medical authority before using this information or any other recipes.  

Filling your colon with liquid.  You will either get a enema kit that has a bag and tube/nozzle or balloon nozzle.  (Inflatable nozzles seems to be preferred) or a single use pre-made solution and bottle.  

Faultless 2 quart Bottle system click here

For Fleet Single use click here

Have submissive assume the position of your choice:  
Laying on their left side with right knee brought up toward chest (most common).
Laying on back legs spread and raised (most comfortable).
Laying on their right side with left knee brought up toward chest (fills the cecum).
Laying on stomach (most difficult, gives pressure to abdomen).
Bent over grabbing ankles.
Kneeling legs spread head/chest on the floor/bed. 

Advisable to have a waterproof sheet or plastic table cloth protecting surface in case of accidental leakage/spillage.

Use a water based lube for nozzle, if you like for the rectum.  Make sure and let a little water run out the tip so no air in the tubing.  Don't hold bag more than 18 inches above anus.   

Water temperatures- Most use warm (103-109 degrees F, never above 115 degrees F) filtered water (avoid tap water).  You can use cool water (85-95 degrees F) or Hot water (110-115 degrees F).  Usual flow rate is about 8 ounces per minute.  Most people take 2-3 quarts of fluid.  4-6 quarts of fluid are for those okay with a completely distended colon.  

Can you do a daily enema?
If you are inclined you can do enema's daily.  

Never give an enema to a sub who is suspended upside down.  Breathing difficulties and damage to liver, kidneys and other organs will most likely occur.

Mixtures- Always used filtered water.

~Standard-Adding 2 teaspoons of salt per quart of filtered water.  Salt is needed to prevent absorption of water through colon and possibly cause swelling in the brain as well as diluting blood electrolytes.

~Soap will generally create cramping which some Dom/me's seek.  Castile soap seems to be preferred.  If you get the liquid- 1 teaspoon per quart of water.  Always flush with plain filtered water enema to get all the soap out.

~Intense- added bonus of struggling- 4 ounces liquid Epson salt (magnesium sulfate), 8 ounces liquid glycerin and 20 oz filtered water.  

~Hot- 1 teaspoon horseradish and 2 quarts filtered water.  

~Hot- 2 teaspoons cayenne pepper and 2 quarts filtered water.

~Cramps- 8 ounces of whole milk and 8 ounces of molasses warmed to 105 degrees F.  Blackstrap molasses seems to be preferred.  

~Cramps- 16 oz whole milk, 16 ounces honey, 4 egg white warmed to 105 degrees F. 

~Cramps- 1/3 cup of real-lemon juice per quart of filtered water. 

~Intense cramps- 3 medium cloves of garlic crushed and steeped for one hour in 8 ounces of hot water and drop of castile soap.  Add steeped solution to 1-2 quarts of warm filtered water.  Do a 1/3 on subs left side, 1/3 on subs right side and 1/3 on subs back for most dramatic effect.  Hold for at least 15 minutes.  For additional effect you can add 2 tablespoons Epsom salt.

~Coffee- 8 ounces regular coffee-preferably organic (not decaf) (you can do up to 3 cups) and 2 quarts warm filtered water.  

~Alcohol- Beer or wine seem to be preferred.  You will get drunk rapidly.  It will irritate and possibly burn tissue.  8 ounces beer or wine to quart of filtered water.  Champagne will cause cramping especially if done cold temperature.  Beware there is a chance of alcohol poisoning with alcohol enemas.  You should also avoid hard liquor for enemas.

~Do not use hydrogen peroxide.

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Example of what could occur if enema play is done:

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