My detox started six hours after I was transferred to the main jail from a holding facility.
After determining that the bee pollen and mushroom broth were inedible, the “detox” quickly went downhill.
And so after many years of sobriety, Hoffman checked himself into and completed a 10-day detox for drug abuse.
Olivia: The second day of the detox succeeded in breaking my spirit.
In four days, it promises to detox my liver, kidneys/bladder, skin, and lungs.
Underneath minimalistic names like detox and Cleanse, enticing descriptions of the fluid medicine bags help narrow the choices.
He spoke to an alcoholic and kept him in the air-conditioned waiting room until I could help him detox.
To stand up to the depilation dictators, to ignore all diet and detox regimes, to embrace ageing, wrinkles, and grey hair.
The British Liver Trust expresses disapproval of this type of “extreme” detox.
“Those two weeks will be kind of a detox period to find out what is motivating the behavior,” she told The Daily Beast.
detox de·tox (dē-tŏks')
v. de·toxed, de·tox·ing, de·tox·es
To subject to detoxification. n. (dē'tŏks')
A section of a hospital or clinic in which patients are detoxified.
To free someone of a narcotics addiction; detoxify: I jumped in and out of opium habits but eventually de-toxed for good/ We can detox a heroin addict in three weeks (Narcotics)