Your First Enema - How to Make The Enema:
Temperature is important when administering an enema. Many people
report having a bad experience with their first enema. This might be
related to the enema solution being too hot or too cold. Either of
these conditions can cause a sort of cramping (sometimes called
gripping). A good temperature to fill your enema bag to is about 102
degrees (give or take a couple). This temperature will feel right
when inside your colon. Too hot and you can experience burning, too
cold and you might have extra problems with cramping. A thermometer
only costs a couple of bucks. In this case it is definitely worth
For your first time, you might want to stick with water. As you
become more experienced you might move onto castille soap, Oil,
Phospho Soda or even Coffee. For now water should be just fine.
Many enema bags hold two quarts. This is quite a bit of water.
Some folks treat enemas as a sort of contest and look for the largest
enema bag they can find. Two quarts is plenty and a two quart enema
bag is about as large as there is available on the market. If you or
your partner cannot take all two quarts, do not worry. The enema
companies aren't giving away any medals.
Tip, Clamp, and Lubricant:
Install the hose, the clamp, and the tip onto the enema bag.
Lubricate the tip so that it will insert easily. We recommend a water
based lubricant because they are condom safe and this may come in
handy later. If you need more lubrication and won't have any trouble
with a lubricant that harms condoms, petroleum jelly (vaseline) will