Liquids for Anal Douching

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Anal sex can be really orgasmic and gratifying when there are no unexpected icky interruptions. Preparation is key to mess-free backdoor fun. Before you get right into it, ensure you know how to use a douche and what safe liquid to put in an enema for anal cleansing. You might get confused with so many options out there. Homemade douche recipes are also easily accessed online. Of course, you can opt for a commercial douche if you find it more convenient. What’s most important is you go with a douche solution that won’t harm you.

The Traditional Way: Douching With Water

For many people, douching with plain water is perfectly fine and gets the job done. While tap water may seem like the most sensible option for anal cleaning, it can actually be one of the worst liquids to use for that purpose. Water from your faucet, when used frequently to flush the rectum, will eventually cause an electrolyte imbalance, affecting the functioning of your rectum, intestine, and colon.

To avoid this problem, some people try douching with vinegar mixed with water. The downside of this is that it can irritate the rectum. Other people mix hydrogen peroxide, various herbs and natural plants, lemon juices, milk, and many others with water. When using these liquids for your enema, be aware of their effects.

Other Types of Douches

Different people will swear by a number of liquids to help them with their anal cleaning routine. These douche solutions include:

    • Coffee: Coffee has been a controversial douche in recent years. While some swear by it, others find it potentially harmful rather than beneficial. Those who promote coffee enema believe it’s great for dealing with cancer. While this hasn’t been proven, there is already a growing body of evidence that coffee may cause harm in the long run.
    • Greek Yogurt: This yogurt is known for its high probiotic content. When used as a douche, it will greatly benefit people suffering from irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, and a number of other digestive disorders.
    • Lemon Juice: Like other cleaning products, some believe using lemon juice for douching can help get things extra clean. This may result in muscle cramps, though, so use it with caution.

  • Epsom Salt Epsom is widely used. It allows the colon and rectum to absorb more water, providing a laxative effect.
  • Saline Solution Saline is a mixture of water and salt. You can prepare it at home or buy it at a drugstore. Unlike Epsom salt, it decreases the amount of water passed through the colon and rectum. It is considered the safest douche solution for the butt.
  • Fleet Enemas: Considered to be effective in resolving constipation problems, they are your best bet for safe and convenient douching. A fleet douche is handy and comes with a nozzle tip that’s pre-lubricated.

For sure, you’ll come across many other natural douche recipes and concoctions. Whichever you decide to use, get to know not only their benefits but also their side effects on your body. Some can pose risks, so carefully pick your anal cleansing liquid.

Liquid Temperature

If there are different douche liquids, does this mean the temperature should vary? Of course not! A boiling coffee enema won’t just feel terrible; it’ll definitely burn. Likewise, a chilled yogurt enema taken straight out of the fridge won’t feel fine either.

Finding the right temperature can be a bit of a balancing act. Too hot and you’ll burn yourself. Too cold and your muscles will tense up as soon as the liquid touches them. Whichever end of the spectrum you end up on, it isn’t particularly pleasant. For most people, a liquid around the same temperature as the human body will be appropriate and comfortable when introduced inside.

Combining the right liquids and the right temperature takes a bit of work. It’s worth doing, though, knowing it can make your douching experience enjoyable and safe.

How Anal Douching Is Done

A clean bottom means enjoyable anal play, no doubt about that. But if you're one who doesn't mind any poop during the sesh, deep anal cleaning may not be necessary. Should you decide to go really spick and span down there, follow these tips to ensure safety:

    • Be gentle. Shoving a nozzle or a tube into your butt can tear the lining of your rectum and cause bleeding.
    • Don't overdo it. Squeeze water in gently and count from 1-10. You'll need to clean only the first few inches of your butt's inside, so there's no need to squirt more than what's needed.
    • Hold your breath to retain the water in for a bit. Then release as you exhale and relax.
    • Repeat the process until the fluid that you release becomes clear.

With the right liquid to flush out that poop you dread to see in the middle of anal sex, you'll be confident to douche. We can't deny that when you're clean inside, you can focus on what matters most—anal bliss!

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