It has been long accepted that what goes in does not alwayscome back out. Some of the solution is always retained torehydrate and eventually be eliminated by the kidneys. Forthat reason, I have stayed with plain warm water for yearswith the occasional addition of a shot of alcohol. My questionthen is, since the circulatory system reaches every cell ofthe body and that retained enema enters the blood stream,what is the effect of some of the exotic solutions on thewhole body? That is even seemingly innocuous soap gets intothe blood stream and we know what an alcohol enema can doand in record time. What of these "exotic mixtures" suchas salt to heart patient?