I saw a picture of an enema that you just sit on and it gives you an enema. It looked like a pillow with a nozle. anyone know wht it is?
JBL Cascade? Kind of a waste of money, in my opinion.
Here’s exactly how these things work.
You got a closed rubber bag, filled with water.
The material is thick, about like a standard red rubber enema bag.
There is a short little nozzle attached to the side of the bag.
You fill the device, and guide the nozzle into your rectum, as you sit down and put all of your weight on the rubber bag filled with liquid.
Imagine sitting on a little throw pillow, like a couch has.
Next, you open a valve, that extends out, between your legs.
That allows the water to release, and then the weight of you sitting on the bag drives the water up, through the little nozzle, and into your rectum.
With all of your weight on this rubber bag, the water will come squirting out fast.
You have to stay seated on it, until all of the water is pushed up, out of the bag, and into your body.
If you wanted to turn it on and off, you’d have to reach down, between your legs, and play with the valve.
At $10, or $20, sure, go for it.
But, at the prices they charge for them, I think not!
My play doc has a JBL Cascade and I finally got to try it. Taking an enema, while I sit on something... Well, I still prefer a bag, inflatable retention nozzle and the knee-chest position.
Any large volume closed waterbottle can easy be converted to a JBL Get a long colon tube which you fasten to the screw cap and slip a clamp over the colon tube. Now insert the colon tube and sit on it open the clamp and enjoy your low cost LBJ bag.
I agree, there is something very kinky about the JBL. Maybe it is because we have to do it to ourselves and we are generally naked, sometimes with others watching.
To answer Harley's question, my Klystra reproduction JBL will hold just shy of two gallons if filled to the brim. The authentic original JBL holds approx. 5 quarts. By most tastes I believe either will give a quite adequate and enjoyable fill-up.
The pressure question depends a bit on how you configure your bag. If you go with original Klystra JBL nozzle, with the single hole & without the control valve, then you are at the mercy of gravity and your own mass generating the pressure. I find that this method can be fun, though a bit overwhelming, since I prefer to pause and let things adjust a few times throughout the session.
Using the newer reproduction JBL nozzle with the many holes and adjustable valve I find it a much more enjoyable experience as it is easy to slow the flow or pause for a moment, if needed, before continuing.
Since my bottom, like most, is a bit round it would be difficult to squeeze every last drop of water out of the JBL but with the capacity available in these bags I don't believe this will be much of an issue for most folks.
I certainly am ready to jump off the ride well before the bag bottoms out, even on my best days! ;D ;D
Those JBL's look like a lot of fun.
I guess they would have to be ordered online. I have never seen one in a drugstore or adult shop.
J.B.L.enema bag- We have limited sources of enema equipment in South Africa. Could try the Internet,but concerned about theft in the postal service. So have to improvise!
I take towl and place it over a closed toilet seat, fill the redrubber hot
water bottle connected to a tube& rubber nozzle,place the bag on the toilet seat, insert the nozzle approx 12cm & sit on the bag ---WOW,what a
feeling- is't great!
How much water does it hold, and does it generate enough pressure to empty it?
i want to try one, but i can seem to bring myself to buy one
some day i will breakdown and buy one
I would definitely recommend the JBL as a special treat for enema lovers (aren't we all?).
I happen to prefer retention devices for most of my enemas these days but I definitely enjoy the JBL on occasion. It is a different experience from the bag & hose (or bulb). I find it to be a very relaxing way to take an enema, you may also surprise yourself by taking a larger enema via the JBL than the usual way.
I have a couple of the original antique JBL's and also a couple of the Klystra reproductions, either are fine devices for enema play. As someone already mentioned the JBL has the added benefit of freeing the hands for "other" purposes so that can be fun.
If you decide to get yourself a Klystra JBL, spring for the adjustable valve nozzle and I find that the multi spray type nozzle, which closely reproduces the original, is a better experience for me but YMMV.
If interested search this site for my earlier true story of my JBL ride last summer on the lawn tractor!!
OK, so it would have been a better story if the staring role was played by a buxom blond beauty in tiny bikini but then I would have had to call it fiction, and besides what do ya expect for free!!??
We have great fun with the JBL - both ways - whoever is sitting.
My darling Janni may suck me while the water is pressed up, or - when she sits , it is much easyer for me to caress her hot spots
I really find the JBL to be kinkier than the bag. Maybe it's the sitting position.
^^^^ I don't think the JBL is more kinky than the hose and bag. To use the JBL, you just sit down on it. The nozzle is short, and you generally insert it yourself because it is so short. Your partner really just gets to watch and manipulate other parts of your body. They have little to do with the flow of the enema. The recipient is really the giver also.
It's much kinkier to have the giver insert long, thick nozzle than to just sit on the JBL short, bulbous nozzle.
I think it's kinkier than the bag and hose. Can't put my finger on why. Maybe because it's less passive; the recepeint is more of a participant. More humiliating....
I think these cushions were in use well into the 50s - judging from some magazine ads i saw.
Well, opposite to the last remark - i could imagine that they are quite a bit of fun - the waterflow must be quite intense ...
I have one with the adjustable nozzle.
It is OK for a change once in a while, but it isn't the cat's meow.
Gloria--Sitting on it gets the water into you just fine.
I have read about the JBL Cascade enema bag..seems to be based on something used in the early part of the last century. It is supposed to hold 5 quarts and you can order a lever which controls the flow while you are sitting on it. Since you have one--how does it compare to the regular bag and hose. Just sitting on it is enough force for a continuous flow?
Oohhh that looks like Tons of fun!!!
It is called a JBL http://www.klystra.com/enemaproducts.htm Look here to buy a new style the old ones on ebay go for 275 - 300 bucks
What you saw is called a JBL and is available from Beth Tyler,
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