All detox products are not created equal. I have also reviewed products that work on different levels of symptoms, such as detox for allergies and detox for depression and stress. I have even reviewed detox products for people suffering from mental health conditions, such as anxiety. Many of these products are designed to help you get better, not just eliminate the symptoms.
What are detox products? When I refer to detox products as "detox" products, I am referring to products that reduce or eliminate symptoms associated with various types of chronic disease (i.e. detox from heart disease, detox from high blood pressure, detox from allergies). The word "detox" is often used to describe detoxification products, especially because there is some evidence that detoxification has a positive effect in treating some diseases. However, detox products have also been proven to have a negative effect on others, most commonly the symptoms of other conditions, such as depression or stress. In some instances, this is because the products are ineffective because they are not designed to work on the disease. For example, some people have been using detox products to treat diabetes and it is not effective because the condition is associated with low levels of the liver enzyme glucuronide. Some people will also choose a detoxification product based on the brand name or other marketing gimmick.