Enema hose, also know as enema tubing, comes in latex and silicone and a 5/16-inch diameter. If you are creating your own enema kit, you will need enema hose to connect the enema bag or enema bucket to the enema nozzle or colon tube.
The length of enema hose you will need depends on your at-home enema set-up. Use enough hose to allow for movement from side to side during the enema procedure. All our enema hose types come in standard 6 foot lengths and some of our hose is available by the foot in any length you specify.
NOTE: If you are concerned about latex sensitivity OR you plan to use oils in your enema solution, use only Silicone Enema Hose as it contains no latex and will not degrade from exposure to oils.
Enema hose clamps are essential equipment for every enema user. On/off enema hose clamps allow you to quickly shut off or turn on the enema liquid flow during your enema as needed. Multi-position enema hose clamps allow you to regulate the flow rate during the enema as well as turning the flow on and off.
Enema hose connectors allow you to always be able to connect your enema hoses to your enema bag and enema nozzles and colon tubes. These handy connectors will make your enema experience easier. Enema hose connectors are often essential when designing a custom at-home enema set-up. Order individual integrated enema tubing connectors or an integrated enema tubing connector kit that includes all 6 enema hose connectors.
Do not use oils in latex enema bags. Only use oils in silicone, stainless steel or plastic enema equipment.