Howdy Dan :)
I agree with everybody on the enemas and just wanted to add a bit of clarification about enemas & electrolytes.
The reason that enemas have the potential of causing an electrolyte imbalance is simply due to the amount of fluid that's assimilated into the bloodstream during the enema.
Put in 4 cups, expel 3 1/2 cups, you've assimilated a 1/2 cup of water. It's not exactly like drinking 1/2 cup of water, but that small of an amount is pretty unlikely to throw off your electrolytes substantially enough for you to sense it.
However, when doing a high enema or colonic
(with several quarts
or gallons of water over a long period of time)...?...you've got the potential of assimilating more than a cup of more. And that's when it's best to add some mineral-laden herbal tea to the solution.
Whoa, I was just thinking that high-enemas or colonics
for you right now might loosen up too much drug residue that you could assimilate too quickly - and then I thought...hmmm, what would prevent that? And then I thought...charcoal...and then I thought CHARCOAL ENEMAS.
DING! DING! DING! We HAVE a WINNAH!!! I just did quick Google search - check it out: http://www.google.com/search?q=%22charcoal+enema%22&hl=en&num=10&lr=&ft=i&cr=...
Wow, there's even a charcoal retention/implant suggested. Mix a tablespoon of charcoal with 1 cup of water and inject it rectally with a rectal syringe (a rectal syringe is like a bulb ear syringe only it's bigger and the top screws off for inserting a cup of fluid) and you'll retain most of the charcoal water (or all of it, especially if you do it after releasing a regular enema).
And this is something you could do in any bathroom stall...just mix up the solution in a jar, funnel it into the syringe and take it with you into the stall. Talk about a GREAT assist for your liver & for sopping up residue - YAY!!!
Heal On, Dan! :)