Detoxification Organs System

Detoxification (detoxing or cleansing) is the term used to describe the deliberate use of programs, products, dietary, and lifestyle changes to support the body in the elimination of unwanted substances and circumstances. Releasing toxins allows the body, heart, and mind to dedicate greater amounts of energy to thriving rather than just coping and surviving.

We live, eat, and breathe toxic substances every day. Consider the paint on the walls, the carpet, laundry and cleaning products, pesticides, extermination products, preservatives, and chemicals in foods, the “stuff” that goes in and out of cars; personal care products and makeup also contribute to higher toxicity levels in the body. Toxicity must be dealt with even when trying to limit exposure to toxins, since contact with chemicals and other toxic agents occurs every day by eating, breathing, living, and sleeping.

When overwhelmed by toxins, the body cannot properly perform its many functions with full efficiency. Metabolism, immunity, elimination of waste, absorption of nutrients, production of important brain chemicals, reproduction, circulation, respiration, etc., are affected. Even hydration can be compromised. Toxic overload may reveal itself in many undesirable ways in the body. Sometimes we interpret this as the body being “unwell” when in reality the body may be trying to eliminate toxins through different systems. Avoiding toxins and detoxifying are necessary to be healthy, happy and well.

The detoxification organs system includes all the organs that are responsible for filtering toxins from the body — the liver, kidneys, colon, lymph, lungs, and skin.

How Essential Oils Work with the Detoxification Organs System

Essential oils have unique properties that support health on a cellular level, including detoxing. When the body is overwhelmed by excess toxins, the liver will safeguard vital organs by insulating toxins in fat cells; there are oils that help release toxins from fat cells, break them down, and flush them out of the body with good hydration. Other oils stimulate cell receptor sites to greater, more efficient activity. And there are oils that are helpful in clearing the gut of harmful bacteria and restoring balance for healthy digestion and immunity. Consider what actions can reduce the intake of toxins, and how to consistently detox to maintain optimal health.

Essential Oils for Detoxification Organs Support

Single Oils

Grapefruitantioxidant; superb detoxifier of fat, liver, gallbladder.

Lemon — antioxidant; superb detoxifier of fat, chemicals, urinary, liver, lymph.

Lemongrass — powerhouse promoter of healthy fluid flow for any system of the body.

Clove — powerful antioxidant, blood and cellular cleanser

Geranium — Orally given, may support the liver in its post-digestive metabolic processing of nutrients.*

Other beneficial oils —
black pepper
juniper berry
wild orange


Zendocrine Detoxification blend — supports gallbladder, liver and pancreas. Orally given, may support the liver in its post-digestive metabolic processing of nutrients.*

Purify Cleansing Blend — detox lymph, blood, kidneys, skin

DDR Prime Cellular Complex blend — detox lymph, cells, gut, brain

Slim & Sassy Metabolic blend — detox fat, liver, gallbladder


Alpha CRS+ ® Cellular Vitality Complex
Zendocrine ® Detoxification blend softgels
Zendocrine ® Detoxification Complex
Mito2Max ® Energy & Stamina Complex
DDR Prime ® Cellular Complex
TerraZyme ® Digestive Enzyme Complex
GX Assist ® GI Cleansing Formula
PB Assist ® Probiotic Defense Formula
Microplex MVp ® foot nutrient complex

 Usage Tips

For detoxification, various methods will contribute to success. Here are a few to focus on:

Topical — Invite tissue and organs to release fat and toxins by directly applying oils to specific areas of focus. Massage after application to ensure absorption. Applying oils to the soles of the feet will have a direct impact on blood and lymphatic fluids of the body, which is vital to detoxification. Additionally, use the AromaTouch Technique to increase the success of a detox program.

Aromatic — Consider addressing toxic emotional states during a program, as mood directly impacts health. Negative emotions and toxins are inextricably and chemically connected. Aromatic application immediately and directly impacts the amygdala, the center of emotions in the brain. See Mood and Behavior to select emotion(s) and oils that will best support a detox program.

Internal — Taking essential oils and supplements internally is one of the most effective ways to deliver detox “instructions” to specific organs and tissues. Consume oils in a capsule, place under tongue, or in water to drink to accomplish these targeted efforts.


Do no use essential oils internally unless they are labeled for dietary use. Look for the Supplement Facts box on the label. Avoid oils labeled “for external use only”, “for aromatic use only”, “not for internal use,” or “do not ingest.”