ayurvedic detox program


For people who want a whole-body cleanse and are NOT prone to mild occasional heartburn, stomach acid or acne.

Herbal Cleanse, Elim-Tox, Organic Genitrac



ayurvedic detox program

pitta gentle

For people who want a gentle whole-body cleanse and who may be prone to mild occasional heartburn, stomach acid or acne.

Herbal Cleanse, Elim-Tox-O, Organic Genitrac



Detox Plan

2-4 capsules of herbal cleanse before bed will cleanse the bowel.

2 tablets of elim-tox or elim-tox-o morning and evening will cleanse the liver, blood, sweat glands and the elimination system.

2 tablets of organic genitrac morning and evening will purify the urinary tract and assist the removal of toxins.

Note: We recommend that after completing your cleanse, you continue with organic digest tone (triphala plus) to support healthy elimination and digestion.

Detox Tips

  • Sleeping between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. will help burn away impurities.
  • Gentle exercise like yoga or walking every day will help release toxins.
  • Give yourself a daily massage (abhyanga) after your shower in the a.m. Massage helps loosen the toxins within the soft tissues of the body.
  • Have a light breakfast and dinner.
  • Eat your main meal at lunch. This is when your digestive fire is strongest.
  • As a general ayurvedic rule, the body re-balances fastest with a regular routine.

Detox Diet

  • Try eating lighter to help your body release toxins.
  • Warm, light, cooked foods such as soup are easy to digest.
  • Favor fresh, organic foods (high in nature’s intelligence).
  • Stay hydrated and drink as much pure (warm) water a day as possible.
  • It’s recommended to avoid heavy, hard-to-digest foods.
  • Prepare the following tea and drink throughout the day: mix ½ teaspoon each whole cumin, coriander and fennel seeds in 5 cups boiling water, simmer 5 minutes and strain into a thermos.
  • After lunch, drink a lassi. It aids digestion.
  • Cold foods and cold drinks dampen the digestion and create more toxins.

Detox Foods

  • Cooked fruits: prunes, figs, apples, pears, pineapples and papayas.
  • Cooked vegetables: leafy greens, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, zucchini and other squashes.
  • Grains: flatbreads such as fresh chapati, quinoa, barley, amaranth and rice.