Enemas should be done on mostly empty tummies - no real digestion going on, so to do enemas regularly it's best to do them first thing in the morning and then take your supplements and P&B shakes. You can keep taking fiber as that will scour the small intestine. Enemas only cleanse the colon.
An enema bucket is just like an enema bag, but so much easier to maintain and clean! Plus they facilitate getting into adding things to the enema such as Bentonite
clay, that is really hard to do in a bag! LOL!
There's a good picture at the healthandyoga.com website of their enema bucket. Basically, it's a 2 liter bucket that you fill with very warm, salted water (preferably Sea Salt
). The salt serves to soften hard tap water. Some people use filtered water, which is a good idea for retention enemas, but I don't bother for basic flushing enema.
The bucket has surgical tubing connected to it. The tubing is connected to something that allows you to turn the flow of water off and on, sometimes a valve, sometimes just a clamp, depending on the setup you get. Then there's a thinner tube or tip attached to that, and that is what actually gets inserted into the rectum, about 4".
The "Enema tips" post has more info on how to take in the water. It's common to take some in, hit an air pocket and have to void, then start over. K-Y jelly is a great lubricator for the tip.
Hope that answers your question, let me know if it doesn't. :)