Not all detox drinks for surprise employment drug test are potent and effective — unfortunately, the market is filled with brands of questionable quality. But for inexperienced user, it’s almost impossible to distinguish products that do a good job from those which will result in wasted money and failed urine drug test.
In this High Voltage detox drink review, we’ll analyze a relatively popular brand of cleansing products, the ingredients and why reputable stores don’t sell it.
What Is High Voltage Detox Double Flush?
The detox drink comes in a 16oz bottle and is available in 7 flavors:
- Acai Grape
- Blazin Cherry
- Lemon Lime
- Tropical Orange
High Voltage Double Flush is a combo of said detox drink and six detox pills to be used as pre-cleanse. While the addition of Fast Flush capsules is welcome, does this type of product really need so many flavor options? As for the formula, it contains some familiar ingredients, including blend of herbs and nutrients:
- Milk Thistle
- Uva Ursi
- B Vitamins
- Vitamin C
The diuretic extracts will make you urinate more frequently, while vitamins and creatinine replenish those lost through urinary tract from your system to prevent urine dilution. High Voltage contains the following Vitamin B complex:
- Vitamin B1
- Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)
- Vitamin B6
- Vitamin B12
The purpose of these is to restore natural color of your urine and rebalance its chemical composition.
Other High Voltage Products
The company makes a variety of cleansing items, but until we gather more information, it’s best to stick to more reliable brands. Some of the known High Voltage products are:
- High Voltage detox shampoo
- High Voltage detox mouthwash
How To Use High Voltage Detox Drink
High Voltage detox drink comes with a set of instructions, which are rather simple:
- Consume all Fast Flush capsules with 16oz of water.
- After 30 minutes, drink additional 32oz of water.
- Wait one hour, and consume 16oz bottle of detox drink.
- Finish up detoxification process with additional 16oz of water.
- Urinate at least three times before producing urine sample for drug test.
The package says that High Voltage detox drink will stay effective for up to 12 hours (or 7 hours without capsules), which is hard to believe. Additionally, the following instructions are provided to maximize effectiveness:
- Avoid drugs and other unwanted toxins for 24-48 hours before using High Voltage detox.
- During pre-cleanse (12-24 hours before using detox drink), drink ten 8oz glasses of water over 8 hours.
- Urinate frequently to expel THC and drug toxins from your bladder.
- Avoid large meals and foods with high sugar content.
- Also, avoid medications and acidic liquids like alcohol, coffee and fruit juices.
High Voltage offers only one detox drink for all toxin levels and body sizes, which is another red flag. Except they have a 32oz version, which is just two 16 oz bottles without pre-cleanse tablets.
Does High Voltage Detox Work?
High Voltage detox drinks have mixed reviews on Amazon, with more users recently stating it didn’t work for a job drug test. One user even noted that your pee becomes neon green in color after using this product, which will definitely look suspicious during a urine test. The only High Voltage detox review we’ve found on Reddit is from 2 years ago:
Overall, it seems that High Voltage detox drink’s formula wasn’t updated for a while to match newer drug tests. Also, the product directions rely on large amounts of water, which may dilute your urine. And we’re very skeptical about claims of 12-hour “clean zone” to pass urine tests, since the best THC detox drinks only offer 5-hour window, depending on metabolism and consumption.
Where To Buy High Voltage Near Me
We’ve looked for places that sell High Voltage detox drink, and here’s what we found:
- Unavailable on Amazon, at the moment of writing
- Available on eBay from third-party seller
- Out of stock in Walmart
- Available in some smoke shops
- Available on the manufacturer’s website
High Voltage detox may still work for people who are light smokers, thanks to included pre-cleanse pills, but the liquid itself is not much different from an energy drink. For some reason, it also contain caffeine, even though it’s no recommended during detoxing process. In summary, we’d rather stick to proven detox drinks, which are plentiful and already been reviewed by us.