Aromatherapy is a holistic, natural way of healing many disorders.
Essential oils are the most important part of aromatherapy; in enemas
too, essential oils play an important part in healing the colon.
Nowadays, essential oils are often used in enemas
due to their antibacterial, antiviral and ant fungal properties. These
oils are able to provide excellent results in cleaning the human body
from fecal matters and healing the colon.
However, not every oil is suitable for every
ailment and not every oil suits every person. So, whenever you use
these oils, start with a very little amount and with prior
consultation. Let us examine some popular oils recommended for colon
Lavender essential oil and Colon Cleansing
Lavender oil is considered the safest oil of all essential oils and is
commonly used for several disorders. This oil works well after taking
enemas because of its wound healing qualities. It works wonders for
hemorrhoids, anal fissures, nausea and chronic headaches. This oil
also helps fight out stress and builds more confidence while taking
enemas. Take some diluted lavender oil and gently rub on your belly;
it will not only make you calm but also take out all the fear (if any)
associated with taking enemas.
Fennel, Tarragon, Ginger, Lemon, and Rosemary
These oils when used together give an excellent healing effect to the
colon area. However, these essential oils have many specific qualities
but show the best result when used together. Mix not more than 16
drops of these oils with grape seed oil and then implant into the
colon area with your enema. All of these oils are very effective in
clearing up toxins and destroying unhealthy bacteria, yeast and
parasites in the colon.
Although, you can use these oils individually (4-6
drops) but they do have a synergistic effect when used together.
This essential oil has many healing properties and works great with
colon cleansing. Scientists have also provided facts about its
effectiveness. It is often recommended that with your first enema,
peppermint oil instead of soap may be used.
Add this essential oil mixture to the water during
a colon cleansing routine. This mixture provides a smooth session and
heals the colon area.
This blend came into existence during the 14th century plague in
England. From that period, this blend is used to fight and control a
lot of diseases. It has therapeutic properties and is very effective
against airborne bacteria. This essential oil blend should be used on
the hand and around the neck, before and after taking an enema.
Myrtle and Myrrh Essential Oils
These essential oils work well with enemas. In 2-4 quarts of filtered
water, mix a teaspoon of sea salt and add 4 drops of myrtle and/or
myrrh oil. With this enema mixture, one can take the enema up to 3
times, but it depends on person to person; if one feels two is enough,
don't do any more.
Myrtle helps to relieve and prevent inflammation in
the colon and Myrrh is beneficial for the liver and lymph.