Any agent, whether physical, chemical or microbial that adversely modifies or damages a balanced biological system is considered a ‘toxin’. Toxins may enter the body from the external environment (microbes, viruses, fungi, environmental, chemicals etc) through the gastrointestinal system by ingestion, through the respiratory system by inhalation, and through the skin by passive absorption or by injection.
Chemical compounds are currently spread all over the world, due to spread via the ground water, surface rain and winds. Bioaccumulation of these compounds cause disease in all living beings by disrupting the immune system, the endocrine system and neurological system.
Toxins may also originate within the body itself (endogenous toxins) as by-products of physiological metabolism (bilirubin, creatinine, lactic acid, etc.) or as metabolites under abnormal metabolic conditions such as excess production/degradations of neurotransmitters and hormones (cortisol, adrenaline etc), excess free radical formation, etc.
The main organs of detoxification are: the liver and gallbladder, the kidneys, the extracellular matrix (an ‘organ’ that comprises the layers of tissue between the cells and the regulatory organs), the lymphatic system, the bowels, and the skin.
It should be clear from the above that toxins stored in the body and not eliminated, will be detrimental for various reasons and can have a wide range of effects such as fatigue, cognitive deficit, obesity, asthma, allergies, autoimmunity, cancers to name a few.
We can easily say that the ability to detoxify and eliminate toxins is equivalent to the maintenance of health in an organism.
Even more important to remember is that without a proper detoxified matrix, due to the toxic overload, any treatment one undertakes will be much less effective if at all.
That’s why it is so important to detoxify and drain the organism, and this is done by stopping the external supply of toxins, by supporting the organs of detoxification and drainage and by stimulating the elimination of toxins from the matrix through complex homeopathic remedies.
It is often said that a good detoxification and drainage is already half of any treatments.

Note: the only time when is not advisable to do a full detoxification and especially drainage is during cancer treatments where one should instead support the organs of detoxification and work mainly on the PNEI system

Author's Bio: 

Max Corradi is a Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) practitioner living and working in London, UK and a member of the British Register of Complementary Practitioners (BRCP). He has graduated with Honours in homeopathy and homotoxicology (complex homeopathy) at the Biomedic Centre in London. He has also received a Certificate in applied homotoxicology from the 'International Academy of homotoxicology', Baden-Baden-Germany and has obtained a Specialist Diploma in Physiological Regulating Medicine (PRM) at the International Academy of Physiological Regulating Medicine.