Should You Buy Detox Drinks At Walgreens?
Behind CVS, Walgreens is the second biggest chemist and health supplement retailer in the USA today. But should you buy detox drinks at Walgreens? As a bigger question, are Walgreens detox pills, in fact, any supplements they sell, any good for passing a drug test?
Well, let’s take a look in detail on this topic right now. We will look at the detox drinks and pills Walgreens sell, compare them to detox pills for weed at Walmart that are available, and tell you what your best choices are.
Plus, I’ll give you some advice on a couple of alternative strategies if you have the time to get your hands on some detox products that aren’t for sale at Walgreens or Walmart.
Detox Drinks At Walgreens
If I’m honest, they don’t sell anything high quality, and if you’re looking for detox drinks at Walgreens, for me there is really only one genuine choice.
Walgreens sells Qcarbo32, which used to be quite a good brand of detox drink. However as drug testing has got more advanced, the formula has slipped down the list. There are better detox drinks out there.
If you’re facing a drug test at short notice, and your only choice is to grab a bottle at Walgreens, then out of all the Walgreens detox drinks available, Qcarbo32 is the only one I would (half) recommend.
Walgreens Detox Kits
It’s the same dismal story with detox kits at Walgreens as well. When I’m talking about detox kits, and basically talking about pills.
So we are specifically analyzing whether Walgreens detox pills have any capability to pass a drug test. For me, the answer to that question is pretty much still no.
The detox kits at Walgreens are:
- Herbal Pre-Cleanse Q Caps are really poor quality. They are made by Herbal Clean, who make a large range of detox products, and in fact, they are responsible for Qcarbo32. But what they do is repackage basically the same formula pills into a myriad of different products, all at different price points. The whole range of them is just awful quality and none of them will eliminate toxins with enough power to get you through a drug test properly.
- Herbal Clean also makes something called premium detox. It’s another of the available Walgreens detox pills you will be confronted with. It’s hardly sold in any reputable stores anymore. It’s alleged to be a seven day full body cleansing program, but there are so many reviews from people out there who did the course and then still failed a drug test.
- Herbal Clean Pretox is yet another variation of the detox pills sold by the same company. It’s yet another seven day detox, this time marketed as a pre-cleanse pill. Again, it’s pretty useless.
- Yet another Herbal Clean product is Qpretox. This is actually the best the bad bunch of detox pills at Walgreens. If I had no choice, if you put a gun to my head, out of all the products they sell, then the only detox kit from Walgreens I would recommend is this. You take two pills per day for the length of the course, and it can push out more toxins than you can naturally. But it’s still not a great product.
Which Walgreens Detox Pills Are Best?
Herbal Clean QPretox is definitely the only set of Walgreens detox pills I would ever recommend you consider buying.
The bottom line is that none of them are powerful enough, they are really just cheap supplements that can push out slightly more toxins you can naturally. But if you’ve got heavy drug toxin exposure, then you’re going to need at least seven days, and certainly seven days with a very high-powered detox pill.
The best combination I can offer you is to use the combo from Walgreens of Qcarbo32 and QPretox.
Make sure you do the seven-day course, do a natural detox as well, and you should stand a pretty good chance of passing unless you are a really regular weed smoker, or are using a lot of drugs that have riddled your body with metabolites.
It’s the same story with detox pills for weed at Walmart, they are equally poor quality, and in many cases are exactly the same anyway.
Better Detox Drinks
Qcarbo32 is not actually a great detox drink. It’s basically the best of a very bad bunch wherever you buy it from, and is available in Walgreens and Walmart.
Better detox drinks are Mega Clean with pre-rid tablets (only available to buy at Test Clear), Rescue Cleanse, or Ultra Eliminex (UPDATE: Ultra Eliminex’s formula has been changed, it’s not recommended anymore!).
Ironically, Ultra Eliminex is yet another product made by Herbal Clean. But its formula is slightly better than Qcarbo32. It costs $100, but for me, it’s not a great deal. You can purchase Rescue Cleanse 32Oz detox drink for only $55 on Testnegative.com and it works every time. I have used it many times and it never let me down. There is not a single negative review about it online. The only downside is it’s not available in Walgreens or Walmart, only online.
Best Solution To Pass A Drug Test
I want to just quickly finish this guide to detox drinks at Walgreens (and detox pills), by telling you about what the actual best strategy for passing a drug test is, and you can’t get what you need Walgreens or Walmart.
The best solution is definitely fake urine. As long as it’s high-quality, and you submit it within the right temperature range, it’s the most certain way of passing a drug test. It takes most of the risk out of it, compared to trying to natural detox or using a detox drink to mask the toxins.
Sub Solution is a fantastic choice. It’s $85, but it’s a very complex formula. Plus, you don’t have the problem of trying to use a heatpad, as it uses heat activator powder. You just tap some in before you go into the test building, and within about 30 seconds it will heat it up to the right temperature.
So please, unless you’re desperate, don’t try and get a detox kit at Walgreens, detox drinks, detox pills, both from Walgreens and Walmart are all pretty much useless. Better than nothing, but there are far better strategies out there if you have the time before your drug test.