Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) Enema Protocol

Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl) Enema Protocol

Hypochlorous acid is ideal for enemas because it is non-toxic and non-hazardous, a non-irritant to skin and the gastrointestinal tract. It dislodges biofilm and disinfects. This means it will help you eliminate the parasites and candida hanging out inside your intestines.

Because you will want to employ natural enemas of all types during your Detox Protocols, you can use a Hypochlorous Acid enema based on a schedule you are comfortable with. Only you can decide how often to use the HOCI enema. HOCI does not damage normal flora.

The enema delivers HOCI to the liver via the Portal Vein and to the bloodstream. It’s also great at neutralizing toxins, killing pathogens and eradicating parasites from the bowel. In addition to killing pathogens in the colon, much of the HOCI is absorbed through the colon walls into the blood plasma. In many cases the enema will also give the colon a much-needed cleaning.

Using a HOCI enema is very beneficial to maintaining a balance between the good and bad bacteria in the colon. It may be helpful for getting rid of biofilm, treating Candida overgrowth, getting rid of parasites and relieving bladder infections and/or irritation, among other problems.

When Is the Best Time To Enema?

Morning is usually the best time to take a traditional enema. Preferably after you have had your morning bowel movement and you have not eaten.

If you are constipated and cannot have a bowel movement, morning time is still the best time and the enema will help you to go. However, with the HOCI enema you may find that you get more benefit if you do it just before going to bed. Either way, it must be a time that’s convenient for you to get a proper enema and have enough time for emptying. Some people who are constipated will also do a morning HOCI enema for the therapeutic benefits. This removes the overnight detoxed matter in the colon so you don’t have it sitting there all day.

How Many Times Can I Take an Enema?

We cannot give medical advice on this, so you should get the advice of your doctor first. There are many books written by doctors on the subject of taking enemas. Gerson Institute is a good source as well.

Enema Formula:

You can begin with half the contents of a size #1 Calcium Hypochlorite capsule, which holds approximately 440mg so half would be 220mg in 1000ml (4 cups) of body temperature, purified water. Reduce that amount by half (110mg) if you use only 500mls (2 cups). You can work your way up to using (1) full size #1 capsule in 1000ml water over time, but only if you choose to do so. 

FYI: 440mg = approximately 1/8 teaspoon
        220mg = approximately 1/16 teaspoon  
"A pinch of an ingredient (usually a powdery or finely ground substance like salt , spices, or dried herbs) is the tiny bit your pick up between the tip of your index finger and thumb. If you were to measure a pinch, it would be between 1/16 and 1/8 of a teaspoon"


Don't use water that's much warmer or cooler than your body temperature. Hotter water can be irritating and make your HOCI less potent. Cold water may cause contractions that force the water out too fast for it to work.

Mix extremely well to dissolve all the granules before adding to the enema bag. Just expel in the toilet. You may want to examine your poop to see how well the enema worked on parasites.

To use an enema, you'll need:
  • An enema kit (One safe to use with HOCI. Click link)
  • Lubrication
  • Towels
  • Space to lie down
Clear your schedule for several hours afterward so you're not in a hurry, at least for your 1st enema with HOCl. 

1) First, have a clean enema bag or bucket. Stainless Steel, certain plastics or rubber enema kits, are not good for use with HOCI.

2) Attach your long enema tubing to the enema kit, and make sure the tubing clamp is on the tubing and in a closed position.

3) Attach the short enema nozzle to the other end of the long enema tubing. Place a small amount of organic lubricant (like coconut oil) on the tip of the nozzle for easy insertion. Now your enema kit is ready.

4) Next fill your enema kit with distilled or purified water. The water should be lukewarm or body temperature.

5) Take your filled enema kit and tubing to the bathtub or toilet and open the tubing clamp slightly so as to release a little of the solution into the tub or toilet. You will do this to remove any air bubbles from the tubing. Air bubbles should not be in the tubing when starting your enema.

6) Choose a comfortable place where you can lie down. A carpeted floor, the bed or on a yoga mat is good.

7) Spread a towel on the bed or floor and a plastic sheeting over the towel. This will enable you to easily wipe up any spills that may occur underneath you.

8) If you chose a BPA free transparent plastic enema bucket or bag, it can be placed on a nightstand, or that and other enema bags can hang at a height of 20" or more from where your rectum will be. The purpose is to make sure there is enough height so the flow from the bucket will be strong enough. You may have to try different heights to find which height works best for you. You can also try hanging the enema kit on a nearby doorknob. For those who do not want to lie down, you may also take the enema in the shower/tub area. Simply hang the enema kit on the shower rack, bend over and insert the enema nozzle from behind while standing in the tub.

9) If you are performing the enema lying down, there are 2 positions possible: This may be uncomfortable but not painful. If there's pain, stop.

a. You can lie on your left side or right side, take the nozzle tip and insert into the rectum gently.

b. You can kneel on both knees with rectum up, and gently insert the enema tip. After insertion, unclamp the tubing to allow all the liquid to flow slowly into the rectum.

10) When you start to feel full or a little pressure within the rectum and colon, you should press the clamp shut, and shut off the flow. Hold the water in.

11) You may turn and lay on your back flat, and gently massage your abdomen in circular motion so as to help the water move in the colon and wash the colon walls. You must let the liquid flow in slowly, then hold for 5-10 minutes. If you cannot hold, that’s fine.

12) Have a clock or timer close by (possibly on your phone) so you can properly time the enema. Set an alarm for the recommended amount of time before going to sit on the toilet.

13) Finally, if you can wait, when the alarm goes off, use the toilet and sit for as long as needed to empty your bowels. Release the water and have a bowel movement. Afterwards you may want to stay close to a toilet for the next 30 to 60 minutes as you may need to go several more times.

14. You may repeat the enema if you feel it is necessary and you can tolerate it.

You can increase your HOCI dosage to a higher dosage slowly, but only if it feels helpful. Complete this type of enema if you’re treating something gastrointestinal or liver related (or if you’re working with one of the more serious and life threatening health problems). It’s safe and will only bring benefits.

Some people experience a detox reaction from doing a HOCI enema, so start slowly and work your way up in dose.

You cannot use metal buckets or certain rubber or plastics so, use the link above for a safe enema kit for use with HOCI.

Enema Warning

Enemas should be used only on the recommendation of a healthcare provider. In general, they're safe if they're used properly. But relying on them or overusing them can be asking for trouble. With overuse, colon muscles may stop working properly to move stool along, which can make any problem with constipation worse.

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