Magnum Detox Drink Review
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Magnum detox drinks have been around for a long time, so I wanted to do a proper Magnum detox drink review to see if they are up to the standards of the most powerful modern detox drinks. In this review of Magnum detox, I’m going to explain exactly what a detox drink should do and whether Magnum detox drinks achieve what they should.
I’ll also clear up some confusion around Magnum detox drinks. There are actually three different types, and I want to make sure you are clear on what detox drinks we are talking about here. In addition to all that, I’m going to tell you about my personal experiences with Magnum detox and also offer you some alternative detox drinks to consider.
Magnum Detox Drinks Explained
I want to make sure that you are clear about which Magnum detox drink I’m actually reviewing here.
The current detox drink you can buy from the Magnum website itself is called Magnum detox instant flush. It’s a 16 fluid ounce product, it’s meant to be a more modern formula, and it’s only available in grape flavor.
But what most people search for, and find, is Magnum detox drink, which brings up the old range which you can still buy on places like Amazon and eBay, and some less reputable websites.
But here’s the thing. Magnum doesn’t sell the old 32 fluid ounce Magnum detox (one-hour cleanser) products on their own website anymore. Nor do they sell the standard 16 fluid ounce Magnum detox drinks either. They have deliberately distanced themselves from those products, even though they are still making them, otherwise, how would they be sold elsewhere?
So for me, any Magnum detox drink which isn’t called “instant flush”, is an old formula Magnum drink, and those are the ones we are reviewing here.
Magnum Detox Drink Review: How It Works
There’s a huge fallacy around what a detox drink should do. Most people think that a detox drink actually detoxifies your body, it flushes toxins permanently out. So they drink the drink and think that within a few hours the drug toxins just fall out of the body forever.
A detox drink actually only masks the toxins for a few hours. It flushes them out of your bladder and keeps the nutrient balance normal so that you appear to have a clean and normal sample for a few hours.
Once the toxins start working their way back into your urine stream your sample will fail you again. Usually, a good quality detox drink can only keep you clean for about 3-5 hours.
A good quality detox drink has to have the following characteristics:
- Must contain creatine which is found in human urine
- must contain other chemicals found in human urine
- Has to be within the correct pH range
- Has to have the correct specific gravity
- Should flush out the toxins without diluting your urine
So what’s the deal with Magnum detox? Is it good enough to achieve all those things, and is it strong enough to flush the toxins out in the first place?
Magnum Detox Drink Instructions
Instructions for Magnum detox drinks are pretty straightforward and are standard for most detox drinks. However, better detox drinks don’t usually ask you to drink an additional quantity of water.
Magnum detox directions are:
- Shake the bottle and drink the entire contents of it smoothly over about 15 minutes.
- Wait 15 minutes then refill the bottle with water and drink that over 15 minutes.
- Over the next 30 minutes urinate as frequently as possible.
You should then be clean for up to 5 hours.
Does Magnum Detox Drink Work?
I’ve tested Magnum detox instant flush, and the old Magnum detox drink in 16 fluid ounces, and the one hour clean 32-ounce product over the past couple of years.
Does Magnum detox drink work? For me, it never has. Three tests, three home drug test kit failures.
I also know a couple of people who used Magnum detox drinks in the past couple of years as well, and they both failed. It’s not scientific, but you have to start looking at the balance of evidence. Take a look online, you’ll see how many people are saying that they just don’t work.
If you look at the list of ingredients on Magnum detox drink bottles, they contain a lot of filler ingredients, such as high fructose corn syrup. They do contain creatine and some vitamins, but just not in big enough quantities, and there are no other proprietary ingredients that could really flesh things out.
So for me, does Magnum detox drink work, no it doesn’t, and I really wouldn’t waste your money on buying them.
It should be especially obvious when you look at places like eBay and you can buy Magnum detox drink products for less than $20. I’m telling you, you’re looking at spending close to $50 to get a powerful detox drink.
Magnum Detox Alternatives
So the conclusion of this Magnum detox drink review is not to buy it. But now I’ve ruled them out by telling you that Magnum detox drinks don’t work, what the are alternatives?
Well, for me you got two realistic options:
- Rescue Cleanse is made by Clear Choice, the company that makes Sub Solution. It’s is the best synthetic urine brand on the market, and Rescue Cleanse is no different. It’s a fantastic detox drink product.
You can pick Rescue Cleanse up for about $50. I’ve used it twice, once for a test at home, and once for a pre-employment drug test, and passed both times.
- Mega Clean is another affordable alternative, again, it’s about $50. You can pick a bottle up in Walmart, but you don’t get the benefit of getting the six Toxin Rid pre-rid pills that you can get bundled with it if you buy online.
So out of the two alternatives, on its own, Rescue Cleanse is the best, but with the Toxin Rid pills, Mega Clean is as powerful as anything you are going to get.