Rather than make you read the whole page to find the solution, the answer is: you can detox by simply stopping everything that you eat, smoke, drink, and apply to your skin & hair, and by then making cleaner, healthier choices.
Now, that's a full onslaught of detoxification. Is that what you want? Probably not, because unless you "cheat" the detox systems with colon hydrotherapy (encourages much more detox through the colon, rather than allowing it to absorb back into the bloodstream), then this process will likely be very uncomfortable. So, it depends a great deal on your reasons, tolerance, and so forth.
But you certainly need to stop consuming what it is you want to detox from, and start including nutrient-rich foods into your diet that can help with repair
At any rate, the simplest approach is to stop what you eat currently, and consume cleaner foods. Now, the more absorbable, and nutrient rich the foods are, the more cleansing (and potentially uncomfortable), the detox will be. That's where your tolerance level comes into play, or the desire to go the route of colon hydrotherapy. So, unless you build a colonics machine in your basement, this will take you out of the home. Your call. People go to colon hydrotherapy clinics (click for some in your area) for all sorts of reasons... to cleanse dairy, meat, sugar.. or because they heard it helps them heal from disease.
How to detox from drugs at home
Here are steps:
1) First is to stop what you are trying to detox from (provided of course that you are certain that's the way to go, or check with your doctor perhaps, don't do it just because it's written here)
2) I would recommend drinking "green juices". You ever see the show "The Cleaner"? That's what that guy did to help people with detox. Green juices are nourishing and cleansing. Here are some recipes for green juices.
3) Optionally, find a colon hydrotherapy clinic in your area.
For the greens, you can just buy some from the local grocery store. However, without concerning yourself too much about it, I will list the ways to get the most cleanest/healthiest (potentially), down to the "OK" options.
- Local/wild greens (get a book first though)
- From YOUR organic garden
- From a local organic food delivery service
- From the local/organic food market or grocery store
- From YOUR non-organic garden, or any other non-organic sources available
It's up to you. How clean do you want to be? It is suggested that even a little bit cleaner is advantageous to the body.
As for equipment, you will need a juicer. If money is no object consider the Norman Walker juicer, or the Green Star. Otherwise you can make do with a blender + strainer, or any of the cheaper juicers on the market.
Alright, best of luck with this! If it's important to you, you can find a way :)