Detoxification meaning

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(physiology) The metabolic process by which the toxic qualities of a poison or toxin are reduced by the body.
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The state or condition of being detoxified.
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A medically supervised treatment program for alcohol or drug dependence designed to purge the body of intoxicating or addictive substances.
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The process of detoxifying.

Detoxification of drugs by the liver; detoxification of industrial waste.

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A medically supervised treatment program for individuals with alcohol or drug intoxication, designed to rid the body of toxic substances and manage withdrawal symptoms.
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A short-term health regimen involving procedures thought to remove toxins from the body, such as drinking large amounts of liquid, eating a restricted diet or fasting, taking nutritional supplements, and undergoing enemas.
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The process of removing toxins.
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The process of detoxifying.
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