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Enema Flow Valves (2) for Smooth Flow Higginson & Hose Colon Cleansing System
Enema Flow Valves


 
  $6.00

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These one-way enema valves are replacement valves for our Silicone Smooth Flow Higginson & Hose Colon Cleansing System. These valves are for those who want to use the pumps with implants or coffee enemas or want more flow with their enema system. These valves will not jam and offer no resistance to fluid flow.

(Product includes two valves that must be installed in a Smooth Flow Bulb. Bulb not included.)


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Works but gets plugged up March 22, 2014
Reviewer: Ruanne Nunyara from Bend, OR United States  
These work OK and I haven't yet found any better ones but looking as these do get plugged up when I use phosphatidyl choline in my enema. They don't seem to be cleanable as I have tried but I can't get stuff out even when I can see it moving. Then of course it grows nasty stuff and I have to replace them.
Also some replacements don't actually work so I have to hold the tube so water isn't sucked back up tube. They seem undependable as to whether new ones will work or not. Still if they do work then it's the best solution for now until something cleanable becomes available.

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