Enema Nozzles, Silicone Colon Tubes, Lubricants
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Our complete assortment of soft plastic (plastisol) and hard plastic (Delrin) enema nozzles, silicone colon tubes, inflatable retention nozzles, and lubricants will meet all your enema needs.
Our custom-designed Delrin enema nozzles are created from a hard, very smooth plastic and are the easiest type of nozzle to clean. The included connector has a secure, snug fit with the nozzle. The nozzle is easy to insert and stays inside the rectum easily. These enema nozzles will last a lifetime if taken care of properly. Delrin nozzles are particularly useful for people with anal fissures and hemorrhoids due to the smoothness of the material and the additional anal dilation induced.
We also stock plastisol enema nozzles that are soft, easy to insert, and strong but very flexible. Each plastisol nozzle has four side outlets and one large front outlet. The connector end is graduated and firmly holds a 5/16-inch enema hose.
Use a silicone colon tube to bring your liquid enema solution beyond the rectal area. The colon tube decreases cramping by delivering enema solution deeper into the colon. Colon tubes are the nozzle of choice when taking coffee enemas, bifidonate and aloe vera solutions, or other therapeutic enema solutions.
Some enema users prefer inflatable enema retention nozzles. Inflatable enema nozzles offer a hands-free enema experience while alleviating the concern that you will leak or not be able to retain the enema solution. These nozzles utilize an inflatable bulb on the tip of the nozzle to create a seal to retain an enema solution.
An enema nozzle must be well-lubricated with a viscous lubricant in order to take a safe enema. The enema lubricants we offer at the bottom of this page are properly viscous for a safe enema.
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Which Enema Nozzle Is Right for You?
Kristina Amelong, CCT, CNC educates you on Optimal Health Network's enema nozzle product lines to help make your nozzle decision a healing process rather than a stressful one.
Colon Tube Safety When Doing Home Enemas
Kristina Amelong, CCT, CNC goes over some frequently asked questions about how to safely use a colon tube when doing in-home enemas. She discusses how far the colon tube should be inserted when doing an enema, how to know when it's time to replace a colon tube, and more!
"I recently bought a black Delrin #2 enema nozzle from you and just wanted to let you know how wonderful it is. It is beautiful and super smooth, it slides in so easily with just a little Vaseline on it, and it stays in without me having to hold it during my enema. Thank you for a fine product." ~ Jack N.
"Yesterday morning, I received your package. I was very surprised with how quickly it arrived! 30 minutes later I was already giving myself an enema with the Delrin #2 nozzle. In the evening I tried the Delrin #6. Both are very good enema nozzles. The Delrin #2 does not have a pointed top, which I liked very much. Both nozzles are easy to insert. The Delrin #6 acts like a butt plug for me. I have to push a little bit harder to insert the nozzle, but once it is in place, it does not fall out, even while I give myself an enema in the standing up position. Thank you for the very fast delivery, and I am very happy with the items." ~ Sarah L.