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Obvious question is this permissible on Yom Kippur or any fast for that matter ?


as a techinical matter yes, but really does this sound like what you want to do?

I love coffee as much as the next guy, but I think I’m going to have to just manage


Ask your local rabbi.




How do you take this? on a full stomach? with water?


@G: who Ru to pasken when most poskim hold its assur


@anonymous: do you know what suppositories are?


Very expensive way to get your caffeine! $14 for 4.

Going off caffeine in the weeks before is much more economical


can you please explain?
how do you take these?
full or empty stomach?


@Wondering: That’s incorrect


@Wondering: That is patently false. Sold at Lakewood Yeshiva too.


This is the ultimate coffee boost! Just make sure you don’t put it in right before modim!


@Yitzy: no


@anonymous: Its a suppository it doesnt go in that way.


Wondering. Can you please enlightenen us which rabanim hold it is asur? I asked 4 rabanim in Lakewood and they all told me it’s mutar if you will get a strong headache that will make you go to bed.


how does it go in?


They are %100 mutar I get them from my pharmacy in CH every year.


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you can also buy time release caffeine capsules that you take before yom kippur


is it hard to use these? can someone please explain how you take these if you don’t put them in your mouth? is it like a nicotine patch?


I’ve been using these for years and they work so well it really feels like u had ur cup of coffee that morning! My father is both a rabbi and a pharmacist and says its 100% muttar and all his patients love it!


Rav Shlomo Miller holds as long as you take them before you get a headache they are %100 fine, as told to me by a Lakewood posek (who also takes them).


Who’s down for a kiddush?

can't leave you in curiosity

@anonymous: google “suppositories”.


I’ll stick with shooting heroin, thanks.


Such a great idea!!! I’ll definitely want to try this for the fast


I recently bought this, it works wonders..


WARNING: These things taste horrible!


This is the last one… heard it from my Rabbi:
A man asks his Rabbi before Yom Kippur if it’s okay to use a caffeine suppository on Yom Kippur because he is addicted to coffee. The Rabbi looks into it and rules that its permitted.

The next day the man goes to the drugstore and orders 150 caffeine suppositories.The pharmacist asks him why so many?

He responds, “I am sponsoring Kiddush!”


Works for herring and kichel also, I’ve heard. YMMV


I asked my Rav, he said absolutely allowed, even on yom kippur and Tisha bav. Its not considered derech achilah.
From personal opinion, if you can get over the ick factor, they are amazing- They really do work.

Next joke

Two elderly women were eating breakfast in a restaurant one morning. Ethel noticed something funny about Mabel’s ear and she said, “Mabel, did you know you’ve got a suppository in your left ear?”
Mabel answered, “I have a suppository?” She pulled it out and stared at it. Then she said, “Ethel, I’m glad you saw this thing. Now I think I know where my hearing aid is.”


The problem with jokes about suppositories is that people can take them the wrong way! 🙂

Seriously cracking up

These comments need to be featured in the popcorn forums lol


I have been trolling the internet looking for a way to do L’Chaims on Yom Kippur. Does anyone know where I can find Glenlivet suppositories?