Is soap safe in an enema?There have been a lot of posts in recent times about soap and enemas; and, wanting some clarity on the subject, I went to my medicine cabinet and got out a fresh bar of soap in the box. The active ingredient is Triclocarban 1.2%; but that left 98.8% of the bar unknown. Reading further, there was a warning; i.e.,Warnings: FOR EXTERNAL USE ONLY. If swallowed, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away.Ssssoooo, that's what Proctor & Gamble seemingly has to say on the subject of using their product in an enema bag, or as a drink...Hmp! Interesting!!!It is my thought that in our youth, there were not a lot of chemical additives in products that we purchased and used. And, I guess to extend shelf life, provide a better fragrance, or color, etc., many chemicals have been added to products for one reason or another.For example, I trained with the American Cancer Society to facilitate their Fresh Start (smoking cessation) program in the early 90s, and one of the most startling points about cigarettes, was the fact that there are in excess of 200 chemicals in each one, to include formaldehyde.Ssssoooo, tis obvious that I am not going to find the other 98.2% of components in my bar of soap at this instant. P & G does not share that information at the website either. Proprietary information?Just sharing... Have a gr8 day!