Milk and Molasses Enema Recipe
There are several recipes out there for milk and molasses enemas, but the most standard one seems to be:
- 4.5 oz molasses
- 3 oz powdered milk
- 8 oz warm water
Place the powdered milk and water in a sealed container that does not leak. Then, proceed to shake the container until the powdered milk and water are evenly distributed and you no longer see any milk powder floating around in the mixture. Next, while the water is still warm, add the molasses, seal the lid, and shake again until the mixture appears to have a uniform color. Now you know that the contents are mixed well and you are ready to move on to the next step.
Pour the contents of the container into an enema bag, which is a small pouch with a nozzle on one end that can be purchased from most pharmacies. Then follow the directions on how to administer the enema into your system. This particular type of enema requires insertion of the nozzle as high in your colon as it can comfortably go. It is often recommended to hold the liquid in your body for around 20 minutes.
Warm liquid milk may also be used in replacement of the powdered milk and warm water. If you choose to use this, proceed with the steps directly after the step to shake the powdered milk and water.