Most of use can use some form of detoxification, but it is important to understand how each individual can safely and effectively go through this process. For this reason, I suggest working with a practitioner who can assess your overall health and create a program that has the proper balance of supporting your system and helping you to detox.
An example may help clarify what I mean. A young, robust individual who has been on a partying binge for a month would require a very different sort of detoxification than someone with cancer who is greatly weakened by a course of chemotherapy. If the strong detoxification program created for the robust individual were used on the person undergoing chemo, it would only cause harm, further weakening and exhausting them.
Conversely, if the supportive and strengthening detoxification program needed for the latter individual were used on the robust individual with acute accumulation of toxins, it would likely be ineffective in terms of detoxification, and it would probably make them irritable and restless.
For these reasons, I do not suggest doing an out-of-the-box detox program unless you are basically healthy and are wanting a basic cleanse but aren't really looking to profoundly impact your health. If you actually have an issue you are trying to address, work with a professional who can support you through the process.