Detoxification is a natural process of neutralizing and removal of toxic substances from a human body. Our organism is “pre-programmed” to do it without any external help, through the work of organs responsible for cleansing all our internal systems. A human liver, kidneys, lungs, epidermis and intestines work hard to produce special ferments that break xenobiotics into less toxic combinations, that are much easier to be removed through urine, feces, sweat, exhaled air. Liver is the producer of most powerful ferments. It is a receptacle for the blood stream flushed there from the intestines, with all substances, both nourishing and toxic, that has been absorbed by the body. Liver cells create a frontier, designated to filter various undesirable “strangers”, and stop them from breaking into the general blood stream.

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