Cleanse your way to a healthier you!


Orders must be placed 24-48 hours prior to pick up, payment is required at time of order.

We offer  1, 3, and 5 day cleanse packages. Cleanse packages over 5 days are available by request. 

Recommended Protocol


Preparing for the cleanse is just as important as the cleanse itself. It will help if you follow, or at least work towards an organic-vegan diet for ideally a week or at least 2 days prior to the cleanse. If vegan is too extreme for you, try to eat organic veggies, brown rice, beans, fruits, nuts, and lean proteins like fish. Excluding dairy, alcohol, nicotine, caffeine, and refined sugars before the cleanse will lessen you cleanse symptoms. Green tea is also a good alternative, with high antioxidant levels and medicinal qualities. Excluding or cutting back on alcohol is recommended, and drink an extra glass of water for every glass of alcohol consumed. Hydrating properly will help ensure that you enjoy a successful cleanse. try drinking half your body weight in ounces of pure filtered water or spring water.

Juice Cleanse Packages 

The Novice

The Novice

Includes each of the following 16 oz juices per day

Ginger Ale


Berry Green

Spicy Capple

Hemp Mylk

Blood Type A

Recommended for beginners. 

Expert 1

Expert 1

Includes each of the following 16 oz juices per day

Berry Green

Detox no. 3


Hemp Mylk

Generation Green

 Kale Yeah!

Recommended for those people who have juiced before. 

Expert 2

Includes each of the following 16 oz juices per day

Detox no. 3

Hemp Mylk

Turn Up the Beet!

Don't Be Surprised

Kale Yeah! 

 Cold Buster

Recommended for those people who have juiced before. 

Elite 1




Toxins are being released from tissue and cells for elimination, so help the process by staying hydrated. First think in the morning, drink a warm glass of water with lemon, or a warm glass of salt water (using pink Himalayan salt or a high-quality sea salt). Drink at least 8 glasses of water per day. Colon hydrotherapy is not a must, but is highly recommended for aiding in the cleansing process, specifically if facing a health crisis or trying to get rid of a few extra pounds.

We recommend

Colon Hydrotherapy Center of NWA

93 W Colt Square Suite 4 

Fayetteville, AR 72703 

(479) 571-2656

Another alternative is an enema, which you can do in the comfort of your home each day or every few days, depending on the length of your cleanse. For those weary of exploring that side of detoxification, an herbal laxative tea is sufficient. Epsom salt baths assist the elimination process as well. GO TO BED EARLY, take a nap, add extra rest to your schedule... IT'S A MUST! Light exercise is OK: yoga, walking, stretching, etc. Practicing deep breathing, especially when experiencing detox symptoms such as constipation, dizziness, nausea, headaches or fatigue. Experiencing these symptoms means the cleanse is working and your body is releasing toxins. This time away from food will allow yourself clearer access to the way your body feels. Journaling or keeping a cleanse diary is very helpful. Pay attention to your thoughts, especially pertaining to food. You may find out what your triggers are, whether they be emotional eating or bored eating. Remember your body is not lacking in nutrition, your brain is in the habit of eating more. As the process goes on, your stomach will shrink requiring less to feel full. If you feel you must eat, make sure it is as little as possible and vegan (preferably raw vegan). Don't be hard on yourself, listen to your body. Drink juices every hour and a half to two hours,  making sure that you are drinking water in between.


Most of you have been detoxing for a least 3 days now. With such a clean feeling in your body, it is important that you keep up the good work and start eating cleaner. You owe it to yourself to be as healthy as possible after all your hard work! Following this diet plan eliminates foods that are hard to digest or could cause allergic reactions. We recommend following this diet for as long as you were on your cleanse. It goes without saying, but we will say it anyways, everything  should be organic or naturally grown whenever possible. 


Organic fruits - whole or juiced

Non-dairy- milks

Selected grains - brown rice, millet, quinoa, amaranth, or buckwheat

Animal proteins - cold-water fish, wild game, lean lamb, duck, chicken, or turkey

Vegetable proteins - split peas, lentils, legumes and beans, nuts and seeds. Walnuts, sesame, pumpkin, sunflower, hazelnut, pecan, almond, cashew, or nut and seed butters.

Vegetables - Preferably fresh, raw, steamed, sauteed, juiced or roasted

Oils- Cold-pressed olive, coconut, flax, sesame, almond, sunflower, pumpkin or walnut

Drinks - Filtered, seltzer, mineral or spring water, green tea, herbal tea, yerba mate or coconut water.

Condiments/Spices - Vinegar, all spice, sea salt, dried pepper, basil, carob, raw cacao, cinnamon, cumin, dill, garlic, ginger, mustard, oregano, parsley, rosemary, turmeric, and thyme. 


Fruit - Oranges, orange juice, grapefruit, strawberries, grapes and bananas

Dairy - Milk, cheese, cottage cheese, cream, yogurt, butter and ice cream

Grains & Starches - Wheat, corn, barley, spelt, kamut, rye, couscous, and oats

Animal protein - Raw fish, pork, beef, veal, sausage, cold cuts, canned meats, hot dogs, shellfish and eggs

Vegetable proteins - Soybean, products such as soy sauce, soybean oil in processed foods, tempeh, tofu, soy milk and soy yogurt.

Nuts - peanuts, peanut butter, pistachios and macadamia nuts

Vegetables - corn, creamed vegetables, tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant, and peppers

Oils & Fats - butter, margarine, shortening, processed oils, canola oil, salad dressings, mayonnaise, and spreads

Drinks - alcohol, coffee, caffeinated beverages, soda pop and soft drinks

Sweeteners - refined sugar, white/brown sugar, honey, maple syrup, high fructose corn syrup, evaporated cane juice, splenda, equal, and sweet'n low. 

Condiments & Sauces - chocolate, ketchup, relish, chutney, soy sauce, teriyaki

The slower you add foods back into your diet, the easier it is to be aware of how certain foods make you feel. You might discover that you are slightly lactose intolerant, or that consuming dairy influences your allergies just as gluten may. Keeping juice i your diet will help maintain your energy levels. Use juice as a snack or drink before a meal. Caffeine-free is good, but if you want to start exploring with it again, try sticking with green or red tea. Many people drink juice when feeling bogged down or all day until dinner multiple days of the week. You will see that it keeps your creativity, clarity and energy levels up as well as keeping you healthy. Remember you deserve to look and feel great, so don't cheat yourself! We are proud of you and you should be too. Also remember, when in doubt, consult your family doctor.