Stinger Detox “The Buzz” Review: Does It Really Work?
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This Stinger detox “the Buzz” review is going to tell you everything you need to know about how good this Stinger detox product actually is. I’ll tell you the ingredients of The Buzz, that special proprietary blend which is meant to be at the heart of why it allegedly works to clean out drug toxins permanently.
I’ll also tell you about how Stinger The Buzz 5X ultra-strength detox lines up alongside the rest of the Stinger range, as it can be confusing for people. I’ll also tell you how I got on with Stinger The Buzz, testing it with a home drug test kit a while back. And in addition to all that, I’ll finish this comprehensive Stinger Buzz detox review by telling you about some alternative strategies for passing a drug test.
The Stinger Detox Range Explained
The Stinger detox range consists of several products with similar names, but with slightly different claimed abilities:
- Stinger Buzz 5X extra strength liquid detox
- Stinger whole-body liquid one-hour cleanser
- Stinger Instant Detox regular strength
- Stinger Instant Detox 5X extra strength
Now you would think that Stinger “The Buzz” deep system cleanser would be comparable to the Stinger instant detox 5X instant strength. But the instant strength is $15 more than Stinger Buzz.
Which begs the question: what is Stinger Buzz five times stronger than? That’s an enigma that is not answered on the company website, and I certainly can’t see any explanation in the ingredients list. To me, it’s more about marketing than reality.
In fact, Stinger Buzz is less money than Stinger Instant Detox’s regular strength. So it’s five times stronger, then again, what’s it stronger than, if the regular strength product is more expensive?
What Is Stinger Detox “The Buzz” Deep System Cleaner
Stinger detox The Buzz deep system cleaner is actually known officially as Stinger Buzz 5X extra-strength liquid. The bottle claims that it’s the strongest personal cleanser available, but doesn’t offer anything to back up that claim.
Also, what I found confusing is: if it’s the strongest personal cleanser available, why is it cheaper than two other types of very similar Stinger detox drinks?
Also, if it’s so powerful, why does it require a 48-hour detox before you use it, when Stinger detox normal strength and Stinger instant detox 5X strength liquid don’t require that 48 hours free from drug toxin intake?
But it says it’s five times stronger than normal cleanse, whatever that means, and as long as you do the 48 hours abstinence, it will apparently work even for heavy toxin exposure.
Stinger detox The Buzz instructions for use are quite straightforward:
- Shake the bottle and drink the contents smoothly over about 15 minutes.
- Refill the bottle four times and drink each lot in around five minutes.
- Over the next 30-60 minutes, urinate at least three times.
- The advisory states you must avoid toxins for 48 hours, and must not have milk or other dairy products, although it doesn’t state whether that’s before or after you drink the drink.
How Does Stinger Buzz 5X Extra Strength Liquid Work?
Now look, the first thing that jumped out to me about the instructions is you’re drinking the 8 fluid ounce Stinger detox Buzz bottle, and then four bottles of water, for a total of 40 fluid ounces of liquid in about 30 minutes. For you Europeans, that’s 1.1 L of liquid.
That’s one hell of a lot of liquid flushing out your system. For me, that brings up concerns about dilution. If you flush out your system with so much water, I can’t see how Stinger detox The Buzz deep system cleanser has the strength to maintain the natural balance that the testing lab will look for.
So the key component to answering the question does Stinger detox work, is to look at the proprietary blend of ingredients the company claims gives it its power:
- 600 mg proprietary blend
Is any of that stuff relevant to detoxing? Well, there are no real studies into any of that as a proprietary blend.
But generally, a quick look on Wikipedia at each of those ingredients shows nothing that makes me think they would detox you. Niacin is just vitamin B3, and none of the other ingredients have proven detoxification benefits.
Stinger Detox The Buzz Vs Stinger 7 Day Detox
Stinger detox The Buzz Vs Stinger 7 day detox is a bit of an unfair comparison, to be honest, it’s comparing apples to oranges. Stinger seven-day detox is meant to be a full-body detox you do over seven days alongside a natural detox. You take it like medicine, by the spoonful, and it’s claimed to help a full detox.
But here’s the thing. The seven-day detox contains the exact same proprietary blend of ingredients as Stinger Buzz.
So in effect, you’re taking a slightly more concentrated version of Stinger detox each time. So for me, there’s no real difference between the two, and I’m not convinced either of them will really work.
To make things worse on the evidence front, Stinger also does a very similar product called five-day detox. Looking at the proprietary blend, it’s exactly the same composition and the same dose per spoonful.
So what on earth makes you able to detox in five days, when the seven days one takes seven days when it contains the same ingredients, is beyond me. You basically pay more for the five-day course, when it’s exactly the same product in the bottle.
Does Stinger Detox The Buzz Work?
But yes, it’s got to the point of this Stinger detox The Buzz review where we have to answer the question: does Stinger detox work?
Well, I’m going to tell you about my own experiences. I bought a bottle of Stinger Buzz 5 X strength liquid.
In the two days leading up to it I didn’t smoke any weed at all, and only a couple of joints in the two days before that. I followed the instructions exactly, waited for one hour, and then did a home drug test.
Not only did that drug test fail, I waited another 30 minutes and did a second one, and that didn’t work either.
Does Stinger detox work? For me, no it doesn’t.
Alternatives To Stinger Buzz 5X Extra Strength Detox
If you’re looking for a detox drink, then I wouldn’t really go for Stinger Buzz. I’d go for something like Rescue cleanse or Mega Clean, both are much better products. I’ve used that myself to pass live drug tests. If you are new to detox products, check out my detailed detox drinks review. If you’re looking at Stinger seven day detox, there are far better permanent detox kits out there.
Toxin Rid is the highest quality detox pill course on the market. It’s not cheap, double the price of Stinger, but it really does work, and I’ve used it myself.
If you can’t quite afford Toxin Rid, then I go for Rescue 5 Day Detox over Stinger seven day detox. It’s not good as Toxin Rid but is certainly far superior to the Stinger five, or seven day detox.