What is the best soap to use for an enema? 😎
I like to use Dr. Bonner's Peppermint Castile soap which I find very soothing. Or the Good old floating soap Ivory
Yup - Dr. Bronner's peppermint. Also, Dr. Bronner's castille soap. The castille is actually easier to retain. But the peppermint leaves you feeling tingly and smelling great!
Does anyone know where to find Br Bronner's soap in the UK. I have not seen anything of this sort in chemists or health stores.
Dr Bonner's castile liquid soap is ideal for enemas, (which can usually be found on EBAY if not at a local store).
However before I learned about castile soap, I depended on Ivory soap.
Has anyone ever tried Dr. Bonners Almond soap? Smells so nice, I was thinking of trying it. 😃
Dr. Bonners Peppermint is what i find to be best. Leaves a nice little tingle.
I have heard alot about Dr. Bonner's, but I haven't ever used any of them. I stick to that good ole standby...Ivory bar soap. I shave it using a vegetable grater to make it more easily disvole in the water
My vote is for Dr. Bronners Peppermint Castile - leaves your butt kissing sweet!
Like so many others, we are Dr. Bonner's peppermint fans. VERY predictable and therefore easy to control the experience (sometimes we like gentle, others we like more punitive)
I have used Kirk's Coconut Oil Castile bar soap. It's effective. May not be the most gentle. I can get it at the supermarket.
If you google it, you will get several oportunities to buy it but it is quite expensive. I just bought a bottle and it cosy over £10 iinc P & P but it does last as you only need a couple of teaspoonsful
good luck and I am sure you will like it
DR.Bronners Peppermint castile or Ivory.
My two favorite soaps are Dr. Bronner’s peppermint and Ivory. When using Ivory, I use a cheese grater to flake the soap and then mix it in hot water. Once dissolved, I add the solution to my bag and fill the bag to the brim with warm water. This seems to be the easiest way to dissolve it. Just as a note, I usually use a quarter of the bar per enema. Afterwards, a few cool salt water rinses.
Castille or Ivory in a pinch. Not sure if I could tell the difference.
I have used Ivory soap before for soapsuds enemas, but when using Dr. Bonner's Liquid Castile Soap, how much do you put per quart of warm water for a good enema, cleansing enema?
I like to put one teaspoon per qt. and shake well. 😎
Generally I use 1-2 TBSP of Dr. Bonners Liquid Castile soap per 2 qts warm water, adding about 1/2 the water, then the soap, then the other half. Remember, to follow with a plain water or saline enema (celtic sea salt is good) to flush out any remaining soap to prevent irritation in the colon. enjoy!
I have a bar of Dr. Bronner's castille soap and it is extremely effective. I also use Ivory which is milder than Dr. B's. I buy peppermint oil in the health food store and a 2 or 3 drops sometimes for variety
Doctor bronner's wins hands down. it's easy to use and mix and you can make it mild or strong without guessing how much is in there. peppermint is my favorite, it tingles so nicely and i love the minty fragrance. you can make it cramp a bit or a lot and i love that cool feeling inside and when expelling 😘
I like Ivory. I fill the bathroom sink with hot water and add the bar of soap. I work it around until the water is really milky. Then I gravity fill the bag. It fills to the max that way. Once I have a great big bulging bag - insert nozzle and enjoy. I follow with a couple of salt water rinses.
I use the slightly-transparent bar soaps you can find at some discount stores. These have a glycerine base. If you drop one into an open-topped fountain syringe, some of the glycerine will melt and, since it has a slightly heavier specific gravity than water, will fall to the bottom of the bag. When the valve is opened, that glycerine will be concentrated in the first surge of water "delivered" to the recipient, and if a douche or other nozzle with several smaller holes is used, the solution will homogenize. It seems to help with a more effective clean-out.
Also, while Nutrogena has a glycerine base, it melts much more quickly, so I wouldn't leave it in the bag as long unless economy is not a factor.
My mother always used Ivory soap when she gave me enemas during my childhood, and I've stuck with that. The aroma of the solution is, to me, quite erotic.
For me, about 7 squirts of Softsoap. Been using it for over a decade. Non irritating, pleasant and makes me slippery.
I am from Europe, exactly from Czech republic. Here is not specialy soap for enema. I use sometimes naturaly soap for hand. Is enema soap better than naturaly soap for hand?
Yes Martina, enema soap would be much better like castile soap.
How is possible, that in all Europe is not specialy soap for enema, but in USA is so much specially soaps and enema bags and DVD? Is the enema so much popullar in USA??? How much people in USA loved enema?
Martina, regular soap is as good as. If you want it a bit more stingy just infuse a bag of peppermint tea and you are up and running. USA is a big country so obviously you have more people that are into stuff. On this side of the pond we are quiet a few as well, but some do not speak english or do not know how to surf the net... LOL
I love Dr Bronner's Peppermint, but tried Neutrogena last night. Since we'd been playing with glycerin a lot, and I had enjoyed it, plus I was fairly constipated, I dissolved the bar of Neutrogena in hot water till the water was the color of milk.
OMG, what a clean out. I think everything came out at all at once, which is unheard of in my experience. And it burned and tingled sooooo good. I will definitely be using it again.
I love the Doc Bronners Peppermint, but the Almond one is defintiely my favorite! Smells so good, a little like cherries, and it feels so silky smooth!
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