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Clayface
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225 Posts

Posted - 09/07/2006 :  07:46:05  Show Profile
Wow, ok. Thank you, Susie .

~Clay~
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Tom
Junior Member

17 Posts

Posted - 09/07/2006 :  19:47:21  Show Profile
I had a inflatable Retention Nozzle that came with my bag and it was real scratchy. I tossed it out because it scratched my hemorrhoids. Now I just use the colon tube. But even that I had to sand down some with an emery board. When you get a new nozzle, I think you have to expect to do some work one way or another.

Tom
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Posted - 09/08/2006 :  10:19:13  Show Profile
Thank you Susie for the address. I saved it.
Because we can't put up links, and it's an adult site, I had to delete it. Sorry about that! But, I'm glad I can take a look at it. I also deleted my post.
Thanks again Susie!
Lisa
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Darlene
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23 Posts

Posted - 09/08/2006 :  14:20:00  Show Profile
Caveman!

I'd really like to check out your site. Can I send you the information from my MSN mailbox instead of Outlook Express?

As you probably know, I'm a newbie and want to check out all my options.

Thanks!
Darlene
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Clayface
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225 Posts

Posted - 09/08/2006 :  14:45:23  Show Profile
Folks, thank you all for your responses.

~Clay~
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643 Posts

Posted - 09/08/2006 :  15:01:02  Show Profile
I'm also glad to know the tip set are not very good. There are so many other nozzles that work well.
Lisa
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Carol45
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131 Posts

Posted - 09/08/2006 :  16:23:00  Show Profile
I tried out my brand new flex tip nozzle from OHN last night and I like it a lot. For me the best is the colon tube that came with my 'coffee set'. I really like - ok - LOVE it. I can insert it as far, or as little, as the occasion calls for (implant or 'regular') and absolutely no leaking.
My old (and I do mean old) bag set screwed together - and the nozzle would come unscrewed at the worst times.

Carol45
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Clayface
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225 Posts

Posted - 09/08/2006 :  22:58:29  Show Profile
Carol, I can totally relate...adn that is why I just put the nozzle in the hose without the threaded female end, even though the male end is also threaded. That way the nozzle will stay put whilst the enema taketh place . I'm glad you found a nozzle that you like.

~Clay~
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Posted - 09/09/2006 :  10:15:42  Show Profile
I also have the flex nozzle and love it. It's one of Kristina's favorite nozzles too!
Lisa
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mikecmt
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126 Posts

Posted - 09/09/2006 :  18:15:45  Show Profile
Talking about Nozzles____A long time ago I bought one of those white case nozzle sets with the bulbous nozzle and 2 tappered bulbous ones and the missle like douche nozzle. MISSLE IS RIGHT___you can toss those in space. The only really good one was the medium one.

But I like to use the flexitip type / the 32 & 50 Inch Colon Tube. I like the Silicon Tube / and the red rubber one that is 50 ".

As you mentioned Carol the Colon Tubes are great, soothing, and can reach high in a pleasant manner, and are relaxing also. Sometime the Black Douche Nozzle of OLD is a great one for a shower enema before the Coffee Implant. Then I use the 32 " Silicone Colon tube and take it VERY~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SLOWLY. And hold for 25 minutes. This works well. I have notice also that if you take the coffee enemas for 1 week straight, then tapper to one or 2 a week I feel alot better........better attitude, and less stress.
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lou
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66 Posts

Posted - 03/31/2007 :  19:47:31  Show Profile
I tryied the #2 delrin enema nozzle and found that it was quite comfortable to insert and easy to hold, however it caused a feeling of fullness and the need evaquate as soon as the hose clamp was released. The #2 delrin nozzle is quite large! I have since found a delrin enema nozzle that is the same size and shape as a standard douche nozzle. It is quite comfortable and does not cause any irritation like a douche nozzle

lou
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