Detox Pills: Does it Work? Are They Healthy?

Detox Pills: Does it Work? Are They Healthy?


If you are worried about an impending drug test, or simply looking to detox your body, you have absolutely heard of, and looked into detox pills. Drug tests are mandatory in all major organizations, and rapidly becoming effective everywhere else too. Before you buy these pills, understand the baseline of what you are getting into.

If you are aiming to get rid of THC from your system and is a first time user, it usually will clear up in 1-6 days. For extreme users, this could extend up to 30 days. Major smokers with over 10 years of experience will find it to be up to three months.

We have bad news for you. Most of the detox pills available in the market does not work. These are basically normal diuretics, which means they will increase your kidney function and urination in attempt to clear your body.

If you do not know how to use them, these could cause extreme dehydration and even loss of life in some cases. They come with an instruction of drinking almost double the required water. Look for reviews from users before you make a purchase to ensure you are not getting stiffed. You will be surprised at how many of them do not work.

Will detox pills go bad? The expiry date that comes on tested drugs is based on an ideal scenario, which means it is stored in the original container under near perfect conditions and is unopened. Once you open a detox pill, they are susceptible to weather and can go bad around or before the expiry date. Since many of these pills have a lax standard of making, as they do not fit into the medical drugs criteria, it is best to abide by the manufacturing date to avoid any heal issues.

Travis Jensen

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