Question for a professional practitioner: What really happens in Detox when someone enters a treatment program?

I have always wondered what happens or what science exists behind detoxification – the medical process. I understand the human liver plays a role to detoxify blood, however I do imagine that the detox programs carried out when a substance abuse patient is being detoxified of any toxins from their bodies, (not sure) but I think the liver is not involved in the process. What really happens in this process and how does it get rid of the toxins? Kindly explain, it’ll help a lot. Thanks!

Regular User Asked on November 16, 2018 in Drugs.
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Fred, I’ve read a lot about this subject and I’m no where closer to understanding how the process works (maybe because I’m not a scientist 🙂 , so if you’re curious, that makes two of us. I’ll be happy as well to see someone shedding some light to the matter. Thanks!

Regular User Answered on November 16, 2018.
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It would help indeed.

Regular User Answered on November 19, 2018.
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