Natural Weed Detox for Weed Withdrawals

Choosing to detox from marijuana is a great option for you if your wish is to make a strong start on your path to a life of wellness after weed. In fact, it might be helpful to think of Detoxing as an active process you engage in order to flush THC out of your body as quickly as possible. This can be more beneficial than thinking of Detox as something that is happening to you. This marijuana Detox Guide will help with your withdrawal symptoms. If you want to know more about how to quit smoking weed our homepage is a good place to start.

It was helpful for me when I was going through detox to maintain the mindset that I was in “Beast Mode” for a week. Though it was intense, it gave me a sense of control over the discomfort and made me feel that I was master of my own fate.

Why Natural Detox to Avoid Marijuana Withdrawals?

I want to make a case that detoxing from weed naturally is the most successful method, as opposed to purchasing store-bought kits or detox pills for people with marijuana addiction. Obviously the fear and urgency you experience in needing to pass a weed test is ripe territory for big-business gurus to profit.

Those high-priced chemical solutions are not proven to be more effective than good old-fashioned diet, exercise, and natural supplements.

I want to keep with the theme of our Your Life Without Weed: A Guided Program that flushing your body of toxins is about reclaiming your health and vitality. It is about choosing the life you truly want. And, it is safe to say, your best life does not come in a box for $33.99.

So What’s Going On When You Detox?

The cannabis herb contains over 420 chemicals in its natural state.

Over the past few decades, marijuana has been increasing in THC content due to advancements made in growing methods. Therefore, the weed you smoke has a significantly higher THC content than the weed that was available when it first became widely popular many years ago.

This accounts for the fact that people today have a more difficult time quitting weed than ever before. Obviously, the more time you have to detox before a drug test, the better. But time is rarely a luxury that we have when it comes to pesky drug testers. This Guide is not written to help people who need a drug test. It is written for people who sincerely want to quit smoking weed and reduce the withdrawals using a natural method of detox.

The most common factors that will affect your detox:

  • Your Metabolism
  • Frequency of exercise
  • Body Mass Index (Higher BMI = Longer Detox)
  • The potency of the cannabis used

Generally speaking, it is not uncommon for metabolites of marijuana(THC) to be detected in the urine 60 to 77 days after quitting use. That’s because the chemicals in weed are stored in your body’s fat cells. When they are metabolized, they are released back into your blood stream. Here is a general rule of thumb for how long THC can be detected in the body if you do not actively detox:

Urine: 10 to 30 days

Blood: Up to 7 days

Hair: 90 days

Saliva: Up to 7 days

So, what are we waiting for? Quit smoking weed now and start detoxing from weed Let’s get started!

Good luck, and enjoy your road to cannabis Detox Success!

Important Notice

The following suggestions of diet, exercise, herbs, vitamins, fluids, and supplements are collected here to inform you of natural means to detoxify the body.

First, I will list the items available to you along with a description of the role they play in the detoxing process. After this, I will provide you a suggested daily walkthrough intended to model how to integrate diet, exercise, and behavior in order to achieve the best results.

Though the elements contained in this Detox guide are natural, it is up to your discretion which options are right for you. Be mindful of allergies you may have. As always, it is wise to consult a physician with any concerns you may have. It is your responsibility to take care of yourself, and I cannot accept any liability for undesired or negative outcomes as a result of taking advice from this guide. That said, I know you will find some fascinating suggestions contained here that are sure to get you the results you want.

Foods for Natural Cannabis Detox

As you learn about foods with natural detox properties, make note of the items you want to try. Later, you will make a grocery list of what to buy and what to avoid.

Leafy Greens

Your mom will be so proud! There is no way around it. High-fiber leafy greens like spinach, chard, broccoli, and kale are the best thing on the planet for you to eat. Most THC metabolites are excreted through bowel movements, not through urine like most people think.

Don’t like the taste? Get over it! Throw the greens in a blender with some berries and some juice — you won’t even taste the greens. You will want to avoid laxatives and rely on natural elements to cleanse your system. Lots of fiber and magnesium is your best bet.

Peas, Peanuts, Lentils, Beans

These are also some options for you that are high in fiber.

Fruits & Veggies

Fruits and veggies are nutrient dense which greatly support detox. B vitamins like Niacin are what you’re really after. Fruits and veggies are also a natural source of the fiber pectin, which helps cleanse your system. Fill your refrigerator with berries, bananas, apples, oranges, grapefruit, lemons, mango, kiwi, melons, peaches, celery, cucumber, cabbage, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, and bok choy.

Nuts

As a rule of thumb, between meals you should be snacking on fruits and nuts. Raw, unsalted nuts are your best option.

Pine Nuts

These contain vitamins A, B, D, & E. Additionally they are a good source of vitamin P which is a fatty acid similar to fish oil, which helps reduce inflammation and plaque.

Walnuts

A good source of antioxidants which aid in detox.

Almonds

High in magnesium, fiber, antioxidants, and vitamin E.

Brazil Nuts

Brazil nuts are high in copper, niacin, vitamin E, fiber, magnesium, and selenium.

Pistachio

Pistachios are full of antioxidants and vitamins to help you detox.

Avocado

Avocado is technically a fruit, but it deserves its own category because of its many health benefits. It contains high levels of omega 3 oils which coat the walls of your intestines and absorb toxins. You can put avocado in recipes you never would have thought. Make avocado smoothies, put them in salads, drop some avocado slices into your favorite soup (try tomato or butternut squash), put it on pizza, put it on toast, or eat it by itself drizzled in olive oil and minced garlic.

Lemons

Citrus fruits, lemons in particular, that are high in vitamin C are some of the best options for detox. You can use lemon in your tea, in a bowl of guacamole, squeezed over chicken, in a smoothie. Sorry to say, though, lemonade is probably a bad idea. In general, during cannabis detoxing, you need to stay away from sugar.

Red Reishi Mushrooms

Often referred to as “The Emperor’s Medicine,” Red Reishi Mushrooms have served as a natural remedy for 2000 years. They serve to clear your body of metabolites and lactic acids which can slow down detoxification. They are also known to boost your immune system and support blood circulation, which is good for overall wellness.

Garlic

Not only is garlic a heart-healthy food, but it also aids in detoxifying the body of unwanted toxins. If you are not accustomed to using garlic, it can be added to virtually any dish to create a flavor explosion. Mix it in mayonnaise with some lemon juice to make aioli for a sandwich or sweet potato fries. Mix it in guacamole or make some garlic butter for your popcorn. Bake your favorite fish and vegetables in olive oil and minced garlic. Like I said, put it in anything. And remember, you can never have too much garlic.

Brown Rice

Many nutritionists will recommend brown rice as a great alternative to white rice. Brown rice supports good bowel health as it works to clean your lower intestines thoroughly. It is best to look for short-grain brown rice if it is available.

Mung Beans

Mung beans have been used by Ayurvedic doctors for thousands of years. Easily digestible, they absorb toxic residue that collect on the walls of your intestines. It might be a wise idea to include mung beans with at least one meal per day while you detox.

Plain Yogurt or Kefir

Natural yogurt is a great source of probiotics and live cultures which boost your immune system and reduce toxins in your body. Stay away from Go-gurt or sugary, artificially flavored yogurt. You want to buy natural, plain yogurt. You can sweeten it with honey and stir in some berries for a healthy snack.

Fresh Fish

Fish is a great meat alternative since you need to be avoiding red meat. Also, you will want to bake it in olive or grapeseed oil, or fire up the grill. Avoid fried fish as the unnecessary fats and oils will slow your detox process. Go with salmon, cod, tuna, tilapia (think fish tacos!), crab, rainbow trout, swordfish, etc.

Foods to Avoid During Marijuana Detox

  • Dairy products: Milk, cheese, eggs, cream, butter
  • Chocolate, candy, cookies, brownies, sugar, jelly
  • Processed foods, microwaveable dinners, meals in a box
  • Coffee and alcohol (switch to hot or iced tea)
  • Salty foods
  • Carbonated sugary sodas
  • Fast food or greasy take-out

Fluids for THC Detox

Water

Water is the most important ingredient of your detox diet. If you follow all the suggestions I will make in this detox guide, then you will need to drink more water than usual to keep yourself hydrated and support the other elements which serve to cleanse your system.

You should drink between 2-3 liters or 8-12 glasses a day, minimum. One of my friends, during detox, wore one of those water bottle backpacks that cyclists use. And I mean he wore it everywhere, even to a concert once. The security guard had to check it thoroughly and seemed truly baffled that it was just water. But I’ll tell you this, he passed is drug test, no problem.

Detox Drinks

I’ve known some people who have tried detox drinks. These work to dilute the urine and remove toxins from the body. Truthfully, they are just fancy diuretics and laxatives. In my opinion, nothing works better than good old fashioned water. But if this is an option you are interested in, Clear Choice Rescue Cleanse is a reputable brand.

Hot Tea

You should be substituting coffee and alcohol with tea. Hot tea with lemon, sweetened with honey is the best way to go. You will want to find some tea that contains ingredients with natural detoxing properties. Teas with lemon, ginger, vitamins B, C, & E, cranberry, dandelion root, etc. My favorite is Yogi tea, which can be found in most grocery stores. You can find a variety of teas which are designed for detox, such as Berry Detox and Dandelion Root Detox.

Apple Juice

Apples are rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals which can greatly support your detox process. Apple juice is a natural laxative that helps stimulate bile, and the pectin helps removes toxins from the body.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar provides alkaline that your body needs as it metabolizes. Most people do not have enough alkaline in their diet because the foods they eat produce more acid in the body. Apple cider vinegar mixed into a glass of water serves as a tonic to circulate oxygen through your blood, helping you detox more quickly.

To Make the Tonic: Mix two teaspoons into a glass of water and drink it quickly. Follow up with another glass of pure water. Do this once a day during detox.

Cranberry Juice

Cranberry juice is full of antioxidants that support kidney function while cleansing the urinary system. Drinking the prescribed amount of cranberry juice each day will help you urinate regularly, which is important to flush out toxins while removing THC and other toxins from your kidneys. But be mindful, too much cranberry juice can modify the pH of your urine, which can affect a drug test, and you will likely need to provide another specimen. Because of this, you should avoid cranberry juice on the day of a drug test. But during the weed of detox, drink 3 glasses of cranberry juice a day, 10 minutes before meals, for the best results.

Detox Juice Recipes

Having a juicer is ideal to make these detox juices, but a good blender can do the trick — you just might have a chunkier drinking experience. But what is most important are the nutrients. My recommendation is to drink these juices in the morning on an empty stomach. The nutrients are more easily absorbed this way.

Tropical Mint

  • 2 stalks celery
  • ½ cucumber
  • 2 cups spinach
  • 3 cups mint leaves
  • 1 cup pineapple
  • ½ lemon

Ginger Zinger

  • 2 stalks celery
  • ½ cucumber
  • 1.5cm ginger
  • ½ cup parsley
  • ½ lemon
  • 1 green apple
  • 2 cups spinach

Kale + Pear

  • 2 stalks kale
  • 1 cup spinach
  • 1 pear
  • ½ lime
  • 3 stalks celery
  • ½ cucumber 

Electric Green

  • 1 cucumber
  • 1 cup parsley
  • 1 cup spinach
  • 2 green apples
  • 2cm fresh turmeric
  • ¾ cucumber
  • ½ lime
  • 1 green apple
  • 2 beets
  • 1 cup spinach

Fresh Start

  • 2 stalks celery
  • 1/2 cucumber
  • 1/2 lime
  • 1 cup cilantro
  • 1 cup kale
  • 1 green apple

Alkaline Boost

  • ½ cucumber
  • 2 stalks celery
  • 1 cup cos lettuce
  • 1 cup broccoli
  • 1 green apple
  • ½ lime

Beet-It-Up

  • 1.5cm fresh ginger
  • 3 beets
  • 3 carrots
  • 3 stalks celery

Herbs & Spices for Natural Detox

If you are not familiar with natural herb shops, this will be a great opportunity to check out your local herbalist. All herbs and spices listed here should be bought in stores and should NOT be found growing wild.

Milk Thistle

For many years, people have relied on milk thistle capsules as a homeopathic remedy to support healthy liver function. It has even been said to repair the liver and protect it from further damage. Take 1 capsule (280mg-350mg) a day for 5-10 days. Side effects may include diarrhea.

Note: Do not exceed 10 days of use. Read the label and use as directed. Milk thistle should not be taken by pregnant or breastfeeding women, or individuals with a history of cancer.

Damiana

If you find yourself dying to smoke some herb during your detox week, there is good news for you. Damiana, a shrub with aromatic leaves that grows on dry, sunny, rocky hillsides, has been used historically to relieve anxiety and mild depression. It has also been known to treat constipation due to its mild laxative effects. But perhaps what damiana is most famous for is its aphrodisiac properties. It can restore libido and stimulate the genitals, and prolonged use can even increase sexual performance. The leaves can be used to make hot tea, or it can be smoked to experience a mild, relaxing, euphoric high.

Black Walnut Hulls

Black walnuts flush parasites and remove toxins from the intestines. They also serve as a thyroid stimulant since they are rich in iodine.

Dandelion

Dandelion serves liver function and can be used as a regular detoxifier. It is full of vitamins and minerals, and the leaves provide alkaline to the body. Dandelion can help the body reduce acidity, oxygenate the blood, aid in the production of blood cells, and eliminate toxins from the body. Make (or buy) dandelion tea and/or eat the leaves.

Passion Flower

Passion flower is an herb people often use to help them sleep. It can be smoked or made into a tea.

Echinacea

Traditionally, most people use echinacea to treat cold and flu. But it works to increase blood flow to fat tissues to eliminate metabolites in fat cells where THC is stored.

Ginger Root

Ginger root added to juices, or any other detox fluid, can increase detox benefits. You can even add ginger to an epsom salt bath to enhance the detox benefits.

Licorice Root

Licorice root has been used traditionally to treat ulcers, relieve stomach acidity, heartburn, and indigestion. It also has a restorative effect on the liver and is a mild laxative.

Oregano

A prime ingredient in Italian food, oregano provides an excellent boost to your immune system containing 31 anti-inflammatory agents and 28 anti-oxidants. Mix it into some tomato sauce or sprinkle on chicken or fish with fresh squeezed lemon.

Parsley

Most chefs disregard the fragrant and flavorful potential of parsley by simply using it as a garnish. But if you chop it up and sprinkle it on chicken or fish, or simply eat it raw, it can be a great cleansing agent after a meal.

Rosemary

High in fiber, vitamins A, C, B6, and Magnesium, rosemary is rich in anti-inflammatory properties. It improves blood circulation which relieves stress and anxiety, and it helps regulate bowel movements and the gastrointestinal system. It also is a mild diuretic, which helps flush out toxins during urination. Rosemary goes great with chicken or fish Or you can chop it up and mix it with olive oil and lemon juice for a refreshingly flavorful dressing or marinade. Put a sprig into a cup of tea for a nice after-dinner beverage.

Turmeric

Turmeric is a bright yellow spice often used in curry and other South Asian dishes. Pretty much a miracle spice, it serves as an anti-inflammatory agent, can soothe digestive processes, boost cardiovascular health, and improve liver function by reducing the amount of toxins in the body. It also is regarded as one of the best herbal approaches to preventing cancer, particularly colon cancer. You can go the route of learning a good curry dish, or you can simply use it as a rub for chicken or fish, or use a couple dashes in a mug of hot tea before bedtime.

Cumin

With an abundance of iron, essential oils, vitamins A and C, cumin is a great immune booster. It is both a stimulant and a relaxant, and given that it aids in digestion while providing essential vitamins, it has traditionally been used as a natural remedy for insomnia. Cumin goes great in soups, or you can sprinkle it on salads to add a zesty kick to your greens.

Supplements for Detox

There are many vitamins and supplements to help you with detox and withdrawals. Here is a partial list of those that can help. Our article supplements that help weed withdrawals will give you more information.

B Vitamins

There are many types of B vitamins. It will be a good idea to buy a B vitamin complex so that you can be sure you get a good assortment of the following.

Thiamin (B1) – Can be found in spinach greens, whole grains, nuts, and seeds. This supports the cardiovascular system by increasing blood flow. 10 to 25 Mg recommended daily.

Riboflavin (B2) – Found in green, leafy vegetables, mushrooms, asparagus, broccoli, avocado, brussels sprouts, and almonds. Aids in detox through increasing metabolism. 10 to 25 Mg recommended daily.

Niacin (B3) – Sweet potatoes, carrots, peas, bran, and sunflower seeds. Niacin supports detox by breaking down fatty acids. While taking niacin, you may experience what is called a “Niacin Flush,” which is a temporary expansion of the capillaries that causes heat, redness, and itching. This is normal as it indicates the effect of flushing out toxins. However, you can have too much of a good thing when it comes to niacin. If your skin begins to feel like you have a sunburn, then you need to reduce your intake or stop taking it altogether.

Pyridoxine (B6) – Bananas, raisins, nuts, sunflower seeds, and whole grains. B6 converts protein into amino acids as it metabolizes fats, helping release THC and other toxins to be flushed out more effectively.

Cabalamin (B12) – Salmon, sardines, chicken, and eggs. B12 is one of the most substantial vitamins you will need to remove toxins from the body.

Vitamin C

Found in citrus fruits, grapes, strawberries, raspberries, cabbage, cauliflower, red peppers, potatoes, broccoli, parsley, brussels sprouts, cantaloupes, and kiwi. If you cook any of these foods, low temperatures and short cooking times is key to preserving the vitamin C. This miracle vitamin drives out toxins while boosting your immune system. It comes in capsules, chewable tablets, and effervescent powders to mix in water or your favorite beverage. Vitamin C is water soluble. Please check out trusted websites for dosages.  Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that can help reduce inflammation and boost your immune system. During your detox and while your going through withdrawals this can be helpful.

Vitamin D

There are not many foods that contain a significant amount of vitamin D. Fish oils and Fatty fish like tuna are your best options It can be obtained in smaller amounts in liver, cheese, and egg yolks. You can easily find a vitamin D supplement at any grocery store as well. But perhaps the best way to maintain optimum levels of vitamin D is to spend time in the sun. Yes, vitamin D is made through the body when your skin is exposed to the sun. Vitamin D improves all-around health, reduces the likelihood of heart-attack, lowers your risk of certain cancers, and may even reduce your risk for premature death. So, the fact is, you cannot afford to be vitamin D deficient. Get out and enjoy the sun, but don’t forget your sunscreen. Vitamin D is a potent immune system booster. During detox while you’re going through cannabis withdrawals your body needs to be as strong as it can be.

Your Grocery Shopping List

Below is a suggested grocery list for your detox week. In Your Life Without Weed: Interactive Toolkit, you will find a blank grocery list to fill in according to your preferences. This list is included with the full product. It may be difficult to find all these items in one place unless you go to a superstore. Otherwise, you will need to seek out herbalists and supplement shops to find what you need.

Foods for DetoxFluids for Detox
spinach, chard, or kale

beans, lentils

berries, bananas, apples

oranges, mangoes, lemons

celery, cucumber, cabbage,

broccoli, brussels sprouts,

cauliflower

cedar nuts, almonds, brazil nuts

pistachios, avocado, garlic,

brown rice, mung beans, yogurt

fresh fish, chicken

Hot tea

Apple juice

Apple cider vinegar

cranberry juice

Herbs and SpicesVitamins
Milk thistle

Damiana

Black walnuts

Dandelion

Passion flower

Echinacea

Ginger root

Licorice root

Oregano

Parsley

Rosemary

Turmeric

Cumin

B vitamins:

Thamin

Riboflavin

Niacin

Pyridoxine

Vitamin C

Vitamin D

 

Other Vital Factors for Detox

Exercise

As we cover in Your Life Without Weed: A Guided Program, exercise is one of the most beneficial habits to incorporate into your life without weed. Exercising increases circulation and burns fats, releasing THC and other toxins. And if you keep a diet as directed by this guide, you will be getting the nutrients you need to flush those toxins as quickly as possible.

Preferably you want to take part in an activity which is fun for you and that will motivate you to exercise rigorously for five days straight. But you also need to be wise. If you are not accustomed to jogging, and you jog 5 miles on the first day, chances are you will be too sore to even work out the rest of the week. Go play soccer with friends, or basketball, or tennis, or racket ball.

Playing with friends or on a team can help you take your mind off the fact that you’re exerting a lot of energy and getting your heart rate up. Going on brisk walks or cycling are great options that will not make you too sore. And while swimming is ordinarily great exercise, I’m going to say it is not the best option during a week of detox. That’s because one of the most important results of your exercise regimen is that you allow yourself to sweat. A lot.

Sweating

You may have learned already that excessive night sweats while you are going through weed withdrawals is one of the common symptoms. That’s because your body is naturally flushing out toxins. Your job during your week of detox is to help your body do its job more quickly and more efficiently.

Exercising outside in the sun or jogging in a light jacket are good ways to increase sweating. Additionally, if you can stand the heat, sitting in the sauna after a workout is also a great way to purge toxins through perspiration. If it is uncomfortable, then try to achieve mind over matter by imagining all the toxins leaving your body.

A friend once told me that one of the best ways to work up a sweat was this yoga class he attended. So I decided to go with him, even though I thought it would just be a bunch of meditating and stretching. I swear to you I’ve never worked harder. And by the end, I kid you not, the entire floor of the yoga studio was covered in the sweat of everyone in the class. I literally looked like I had showered. But I felt completely cleansed and refreshed as I did my best not to slip when as I walked out of the studio.

Sleep

Another common symptom of weed withdrawal is insomnia. But a regular sleep schedule is essential to your overall physical, mental, and psychological health, so you will need to be sure you are sleeping well during your week of detox. Some natural remedies to help you sleep are:

  • CBD Oil
  • L-theanine
  • Damiana
  • Passion Flower
  • A detoxifying Epsom Salt Bath
  • Read in bed rather than watch TV
  • Cut out alcohol, tobacco, coffee, and other stimulants
  • Chamomile tea

Another tip is to wake up earlier than usual and try to go to sleep at a regular time each night. Also, if you are exercising like you should be, you will be burning off energy, reducing stress and anxiety, and tiring out your muscles, which should foster better sleep.

5-Day Weed Detox Plan

Following is a recommended 5-day detox plan that I have designed based on all the material we have covered up to this point. Each day has been outlined in a checklist so you can be sure to accomplish all items by checking the box. You can follow it verbatim or adapt it as much as you like according to your preferences. After I cover the 5-day plan, you will be prompted to design your own plan in the Interactive Toolkit (Part of the Complete Guide).

Keep in mind, your detox week means that you are actively taking control of your health. You are taking care of your body and revitalizing your natural healing potential by deciding what to put into your body, how active you need to be, and you are learning to be patient and respect your body’s natural processes.

This is an exercise in knowing yourself. I had a friend tell me once that when he became a doctor, that’s when he started believing in God, because the body is a miraculous machine. I’m not saying you need to become a religious convert, but respecting the profound design of the body is simply an exercise in wisdom. Now, when you’re ready, it’s time to go into “Beast Mode!”

Day 1

I strongly recommend that you begin your detox week with a day of fasting. It may be that what you are embarking on will be somewhat of a spiritual experience — or it may be that your kidneys, liver, and bladder need to be functioning properly in order to detoxify your system efficiently. By fasting, you conserve energy by not digesting, which prepares your organs to work extra hard for you during the remaining four days.

Breakfast

  • A detox juice of your choice

During the Day

  • Exercise
  • Sauna
  • No lunch

Fluids

  • 10 to 12 glasses of water
  • Another detox juice later in the day
  • Cranberry juice
  • Detox tea with a dash of turmeric
  • Apple cider vinegar tonic

Vitamins & Herbs

  • B vitamins
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D
  • Milk thistle
  • Rosemary

Dinner

  • No dinner. Drink water, juice, or detox tea.

Day 2

After fasting for a day, your organs are rested and ready to work hard for you. When you start filling your body with nutrients, vitamins, and minerals that it loves, you will be a full functioning detox machine.

Breakfast

  • A detox juice of your choice
  • Any fruit of your choice

During the Day

  • Exercise
  • Sauna
  • Snack on yogurt, nuts, fruits, avocado

Fluids

  • 10 to 12 glasses of water
  • Another detox juice later in the day
  • Cranberry juice
  • Detox tea with a dash of turmeric
  • Apple cider vinegar tonic

Vitamins & Herbs

  • B vitamins
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D
  • Echinacea
  • Rosemary

Dinner

  • Leafy greens, chicken or fish cooked, lemon, oregano, rosemary, parsley and garlic

Day 3

Your body is working hard and you are about halfway through. Be mindful to take measures to relax and relieve stress. As your body is working harder than usual, it supports your immune system to keep yourself emotionally present and calm. Try some damiana for a natural anti-anxiety remedy.

Breakfast

  • A detox juice of your choice
  • Any fruit of your choice with yogurt

During the Day

  • Exercise
  • Sauna
  • Snack on yogurt, nuts, fruits, avocado, or vegetables

Fluids

  • 10 to 12 glasses of water
  • Another detox juice later in the day
  • Cranberry juice
  • Detox tea with a dash of turmeric
  • Apple cider vinegar tonic

Vitamins & Herbs

  • B vitamins
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D
  • Damiana
  • Dandelion

Dinner

  • Leafy greens, soup with cumin, chicken or fish rubbed with turmeric, parsley, and garlic

Day 4

Keep going. Just two more days, you’re almost there. Hopefully by day 4, your body is starting to get used to performing the functions it was designed to do. Though you will reduce the intensity after your detox is over, hopefully you are establishing some healthy habits that will stick with you.

Breakfast

  • A detox juice of your choice
  • Oats, grains, or granola with fruit and yogurt

During the Day

  • Exercise
  • Sauna
  • Snack on yogurt, nuts, fruits, avocado, or vegetables

Fluids

  • 10 to 12 glasses of water
  • Another detox juice later in the day
  • Cranberry juice
  • Detox tea with a dash of turmeric
  • Apple cider vinegar tonic

Vitamins & Herbs

  • B vitamins
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D
  • Damiana
  • Ginger and Licorice root

Dinner

  • Leafy greens, chicken or fish with oregano and lemon, parsley, or rosemary

Day 5

This is it! Your final day of detox. Your body has gained momentum through the past five days. You can enjoy this day as a final rinse and flush of your system.

Breakfast

  • A detox juice of your choice
  • Fresh fruit and yogurt

During the Day

  • Exercise
  • Sauna
  • Snack on yogurt, nuts, fruits, avocado, or vegetables

Fluids

  • 10 to 12 glasses of water
  • Another detox juice later in the day
  • Cranberry juice
  • Detox tea with a dash of turmeric

Vitamins & Herbs

  • B vitamins
  • Vitamin C
  • Vitamin D
  • Passion flower
  • Echinacea

Dinner

  • Leafy greens, soup with cumin, fish or chicken with rosemary, lemon, and garlic