This enema coffee question addresses the issue of how long will the ground beans stay fresh?
The caffeine, palmitic acid, theophylline and other compounds in a roast intended for therapeutic purposes can break down and lose potency.
The first criterion is the roasting process.
Did you know that the darker the roast, the more of those precious therapeutic compounds have already been lost? This translates to less healing power.
Why take the time to do coffee enema using anything less than the most potent, delicately processed Gold Roast beans?
One purpose of serious enema coffee therapy is to activate the glutathione s-transferase system.
You may know that Glutathione is one of the body's most powerful free radical fighting compounds.
Enema coffee therapy helps you stay younger and activating the Glutathione s-transferase system is one of the major benefits that helps you maintain your vitality.
This is one of the reasons to choose an Enema Coffee designed to impart the most powerful health benefits.
I would like to buy 40 lbs of gold roast enema coffee but I know I won't use it all in six or eight months. I just would like to save money. If I pack in in air tight containers, will it stay fresh in the freezer?
When you buy 40 lb of enema coffee, it comes in sturdy, 1 lb bags.
The worst thing would be to put it in the freezer as condensation could occur inside the bags and the coffee would spoil.
Your supply will keep just fine in cool, dry, dark place, even longer than the 8 months; I have used this enema coffee even after a bag had been opened for well over 6 - 7 months. This roast keeps MUCH better than even light roast organic, since the delicate roasting has left the oils, antioxidants and other compounds intact.
Just store your enema coffee supply in a cool, dry spot and since you are opening only one bag at a time, you will have no problem.
I wish you the very Best of Health!
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