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detoxification

[dē‚täk·sə·fə′kā ·shən]
(biochemistry)
The act or process of removing a poison or the toxic properties of a substance in the body.
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SkinnyTeaUSA[TM] is a detoxifying blend of certified organic herbs which are formulated to enhance your weight management program as part of a healthy diet and exercise regimen.
Scrub pounds 35, detoxifying wrap pounds 75, marine clay facial pounds 60
After about half an hour, I was unwrapped and had a quick shower to remove most of the detoxifying solution.
l-cysteine is a detoxifying agent and free radical scavenger that's the mirror image of the amino acid cysteine.
Health food stores and head shops carry products like carbohydrate drinks, detoxifying teas, shampoos and synthetic urine that promote a guarantee that drug tests for marijuana's active agent, tetrahydrocannabinol or THC, and other illicit drugs like methamphetamines and opiates will return negative.
Clark manufactures extremely effective botanical and homeopathic detoxifying supplements that I've used successfully for many years to help remove specific toxins.
Dead Sea mud has world renowned detoxifying properties, which combined with Yes To Carrots' proprietary blend of 26 minerals, cleanse, detoxify and mineralize the skin naturally.
The SkinnyTeaUSA[TM] cleansing tea also helps relieve bloating by detoxifying the gastrointestinal track and helping it move along accumulated biological waste material causing internal congestion and poor nutrient absorption.
Aromatherapy Associates' Revive Morning Bath & Shower Oil is both balancing and detoxifying (perfect for this time of year).
Women with defective detoxifying genes may be highly susceptible to breast cancer, and the Long Island researchers are investigating this and other possibilities.
Apart from the immune system-stimulating effects of sweat therapy, many tout it as one of the most effective and painless detoxifying treatments available.
The understanding that traditional wisdom calls for detoxifying these legumes coupled with the fact that they are eaten nonetheless is indeed sad.