Home Enema Kit – R450

Home Enema Kits. Enemas are one of the easiest, safest, and most affordable lower colon cleansing solutions available. Renowned for improving health and vitality, enemas provide a convenient way to flush waste out of the lower section of the colon by inducing bowel movements.



Set aside all your preconceptions about home enemas, because they aren’t nearly as difficult, embarrassing or uncomfortable as they sound. Trust us – the long-term health benefits far outweigh any initial hesitations, and after experiencing the benefits once, you’ll be incorporating them into your detoxing routine on a regular basis.

When your colon is sluggish, your overall health will suffer. As the toxins build up in your body, you may experience symptoms such as allergies, headaches, fatigue, increased irritability, stomach pain, changes in appetite, swelling, and changes in your weight. Once you address the root issue of these symptoms (i.e. cleanse your colon), you are likely to see a significant improvement in your health.

Enemas offer a treasure trove of health benefits, including:

  • Toxin removal from the intestinal lining
  • Enhanced waste elimination power and decreased flatulence
  • Enhanced stool and hard tassel matter removal
  • Germ breeding and growth prevention
  • Dead cell removal from the large intestine lining
  • Digestive stimulation, and enhanced digestive strength
  • Improved gastric gland secretion, and optimised circulation within the digestive tract


Each of our home enema kit contains the following components:

  • 1 x plastic BPA-free enema bucket
  • 1 x 1.5m silicone pipe
  • 1 x clamp
  • 1 x insertion tip

You can view each of these components in Figure 1 below.

Figure 1: R’vive home enema kit components


  1. Clean every component in the kit thoroughly before starting.
  2. Ensure that you have a natural lubricant (such as coconut oil or olive oil), and clean filtered water on hand.
  3. Ensure that the clamp is completely closed to block water flow.
  4. Fill the enema bucket with a lukewarm liquid (saline water, organic coffee etc. depending on the cleanse you are doing). To prevent discomfort and potential damage to sensitive bodily tissues, make sure that the water is not too hot.
  5. Elevate the enema bucket approximately 1 meter above your position when lying down (see Figure 2 for guidance on how to position your body when administering an enema).
  6. Apply the natural lubricant to the insertion tip (enema nozzle). Make sure that the lubricant covers the full length of the nozzle.
  7. Slowly and carefully insert the nozzle into the rectum (insert approximately ¾ of its length)
  8. Massage the abdomen in an anti-clockwise, circular motion for the duration of the enema procedure. Start from the lower left section of the abdomen, and make your way up and around.
  9. It should take approximately 5-10 minutes for all the liquid to enter into the intestines. You should experience a pleasant, comfortable sensation in your intestines after the liquid has entered.
  10. Hold the water inside the intestines by squeezing the rectal muscles. Release when you are on the toilet. You can massage the intestines in a clockwise position.
  11. Healthy individuals simply seeking better wellbeing and an opportunity to detox should not perform an enema cleanse more than once a week.

Figure 2: Body positions for using a home enema kit


Avoid enemas if you have any of the following conditions:

  • Pregnancy
  • Piles or rectum ulcers
  • Intestinal obstructions
  • Severe weakness and/or frailty
  • Heart conditions
  • Diabetes
  • Pathological conditions
  • Children should also not use enemas, unless specifically prescribed by a doctor.

If you are unsure about whether you can use an enema or not, consult your healthcare practitioner before making the decision.


If your enema kit is not cleaned and stored properly, it can become a breeding ground for all kinds of harmful pathogens. These tips will help you keep your kit safe and germ-free:

  • Wash each component thoroughly with warm soapy water after use. Use an antibacterial soap.
  • Allow the components to soak in the warm antibacterial soap solution for 5-10 minutes before scrubbing and rinsing.
  • Rinse the components with normal tap water until all the soap is removed.
  • As an additional measure, you can run a bucket full of chlorinated water through the tubing after washing it.
  • You can also add some baking soda to the rinsing water (or the chlorinated water if that is your last step). This produces an alkaline coating on the inside of the tube and bucket, which prevents bacteria and mildew growth.

Allow all the components to dry thoroughly before storing. Store the kit in a cool, dry place away from excessive moisture (i.e. not in the bathroom).  This will prevent mildew and bacteria growth.