80 drops in a 5-ml bottle
This essential oil blend is used in coffee enemas to increase glutathione levels even more than coffee alone is able to do. Glutathione reacts with free radicals (which cause cell damage) in the bloodstream and makes them inert. These neutralized substances are then dissolved in the bile, released through the bile flow from the liver and gallbladder, and excreted through the intestinal tract.
This essential oil blend also helps to stimulate liver cell function, optimize gallbladder function, stimulate the pancreas, remove petrochemicals, and support lymph drainage. Overall this oil blend enhances the action of the coffee enema and will balance the strong purgative effects of the coffee with its regenerative healing properties.
INGREDIENTS: Therapeutic-grade lemon, peppermint, tangerine, geranium, helichrysum, and celery seed essential oils; liquid coconut oil
Liquid coconut oil is used as a carrier oil, because it facilitates the absorption of other oils and provides antiseptic and disinfectant properties.
HOW TO USE: Drop 6-10 oil drops into one quart of your made-for-enema coffee solution. Alternatively, if you don't have time to take a coffee enema or enema series, use 5-10 drops in a coconut oil suppository.
How To Make Essential Oil Suppositories
Dee Dee Delkamp, CCT, CNC, of the Optimal Health Center explains the many benefits of using suppositories containing essential oils and demonstrates how to make them.
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