Some words are so much part of the contemporary background noise that you don't even stop to think about what they mean, as long as they actually want to say something and sometimes the massive use of a term distorts the concept as much as disuse. The 2018 word of the year according to the Oxford Dictionary was "toxic", used to describe very different situations and concepts, but, if you want to find another one with a similar or greater diffusion, it would not be wrong to indicate its opposite, "detox".
It seems obvious, in a situation of social, economic, political, environmental toxicity, the desire of all is to eliminate harmful substances and purify, but the area of choice of detox is the healthy-aesthetic-materially spiritual and coincides with diets and practices capable of, according to their supporters, eliminate toxins from the body. Now, the body has mechanisms of filtration and expulsion of toxins and waste products and organs that are actually detox, i.e. the kidneys, but in non-pathological situations, they work alone and, in pathological situations, herbal tea is not the appropriate cure.