Because they are large trusted American brands, people think that detoxification products from Walgreens, GNC, Walmart, or CVS, are going to be reliable. But do they really work? For example, can you trust CVS detox pills to clear out drug toxins to pass a drug test?
So what we’re going to do here in this quick review is to look at detox pills and detox drinks from CVS and GNC, to tell you what options you have.
And to make things a little easier for you, we’re going to give you a couple of alternative strategies that have been proven to work to pass a urine sample drug test every time.
Options You Have For Detoxing For A Drug Test
When it comes to passing a drug test, you really have two choices:
- You can do a proper detox, which takes time but does permanently remove the toxins from your body, meaning you can pass any type of drug test.
- You can mask the toxins temporarily using a detox drink or masking pills. You have to be careful here because some masking pills are marketed as full body detox products, implying they permanently remove toxins, when this is not the truth.
At the end of the day, it takes time to remove drug toxins from your body. You can shorten this time with detox pills, but do CVS detox pills, or GNC cleanse for drug test products achieve this goal, or are they just masking agents, or even worse not even designed to deal with drug toxins?
CVS Detox Products Reviewed
In terms of detox drinks, CVS drug detox products are pretty unreliable. They sell the same poor quality brands as some local headshops and unreliable online stores, things like Stinger Detox, and the Qcarbo 16, 20 and 32 drinks. So CVS detox drinks are all unreliable.
But what I really want to talk about is CVS detox pills, because the detox drinks can still work to a degree, but so many people are getting caught out buying detox pills from CVS thinking they can help to get drug toxins out of your body when they don’t.
The most popular products that I’ve seen people buying and then talking about online as having not worked are:
- Super Colon Cleanse laxative capsules
- The whole-body internal cleansing system
- Herbal Pre-Cleanse Q-Caps
- Natures Secret Super Cleanse tablets
- CVS 14 day cleanse detox pills
Now I can’t the life of me work out why somebody would think that a colon cleansing laxative pill course would help them pass a drug test. For a start, most drug metabolites work their way out through urine, so they are completely useless.
None of the other products I’ve just mentioned here will work either. The bottom line is that none of these are designed to help you pass a drug test.
They are just general cleansing products, supplements to aid a good lifestyle. They don’t have the power of the ingredients to help push out drug toxins.
Because it’s made by Herbal Clean, who makes Qcarbo and Ultra Eliminex detox drinks, some people think that Herbal Pre-Cleanse Q-Caps must also be designed to eradicate drug toxins. But that’s not the case, these are very poor quality pills designed to basically scam money out of you, and I’ve written a thorough review of my own experiences here.
GNC Cleanse For Drug Test Products
It’s the same with GNC cleanse products for drug tests. These are just the same unreliable quality as CVS drug detox products. They will sell you the same poor quality detox drinks, and some of the same poor quality cleansing supplements.
The bottom line here is that GNC detox pills don’t work, not a single one helps you to properly detox your body to pass a drug test within a reasonable space of time (I’m talking a week or less in most cases).
So my advice is to never buy detox pills or products of any type from general retailers like GNC, CVS, Amazon, Walmart, anywhere like that. What you need is specialist products that are specifically formulated to deal with the eradication of drug toxins.
Strategy 1 For Detoxing: Herbal Pre-Cleanse Formula
The first reliable strategy for detoxing using detox pills is to use Herbal Pre-Cleanse Formula.
They are actually designed as an ongoing supplement, and only cost about $30 for 60 capsules, to be taken at a rate of two per day. So the idea behind them is to push out more toxins than normal just in case you have a drug test at short notice. Then you mask the rest with a detox drink.
But you can use it as a slightly more powerful strategy by doubling up. Take two in the morning, then take two more in the late afternoon, and drink plenty of water. Do that for about a week alongside a natural detox (no more drug toxin) and you could be completely clean, or at least leave minimal toxins detox drink to cover up.
Strategy 2 For Detoxing: Toxin Rid
Herbal Pre-Cleanse Formula is a very good budget option that is designed specifically to help push out more drug toxins, and definitely better than any detox pills at CVS.
But the ultimate solution, especially if you have only got about 10 days or less until you want to be completely clean, is a powerful detox pill called Toxin Rid.
These are not cheap pills. You can buy course durations from a single day, all way through to 10 days in course lengths. I say it’s not cheap, and as an example, the 10 day course costs $190.
However, what you are getting is a fantastically complex and powerful course of detox pills. You simply take the pills every day with water and do a natural detox at the same time (eat well, live healthily, and stop taking in toxins).
I found that Toxin Rid can speed up pushing out toxins by as much as 50% against doing a detox completely naturally. If you are a chronic weed smoker, where it could take several weeks to get clean naturally, then speeding that time by 50% is gold dust.
So please don’t consider buying any GNC cleanse products, no CVS detox products, no CVS detox drinks, nothing like that works. Stick to the powerful and targeted detox pills that really work.