The Living Force
onemen said:Hello, I think those ones are good, right?
I'm a bit suspicious because it's cheaper.
This one _https://www.amazon.fr/Enema-Quart-Stainless-Steel-Bucket/dp/B01MZYSVAE/ref=sr_1_30?ie=UTF8&qid=1491250239&sr=8-30&keywords=enema+kit
is listed as having "silicon medical grade components", while the former is only "medical grade components"
I think both look quite good to me. I'm still using a plastic bucket, which is definitely not optimal, though it's better than not having it at the ready whenever I want to do an enema. By the way, be very careful about cleaning the tube and keeping things like mold from growing inside it. Inspect the entire length of the tube before using it and dry it well after cleaning it. I have suffered terrible gastrointestinal distress that lasted a long time after an enema session once. I think it was caused by what appeared to be mold growing in my enema tube. It was not pleasant!
The instructions that come with my kit recommend using hydrogen peroxide to wash the equipment before and after use. I mix a bottle-cap's worth of H2O2 with the rinsing water before doing the enema and two capfuls with water to clean the bucket after the enema, and let it run through the tube.