I thought it was time I did a THC Total Herbal Cleanse review, as it’s one of those things I’m very skeptical about, but have not had the chance until now to test myself.
This apparent Magic detox claims it’s the most effective product of its type out there, which is one hell of a claim. The thing is though, they don’t really explain in detail what it’s the best at achieving.
But what I found really intriguing is that the company themselves go as far as to say that you shouldn’t rely on Total Herbal Cleanse if you want to pass a lab test.
So is it worth even attempting to pass one only using THC ( Total Herbal Cleanse) ?
What Are Ultra THC Detox Pills? ( Magic Detox )
Total Herbal Cleanse is basically a pill. A seven detox kit contains 42 of these pills. They contain the following ingredients:
- Organic dandelion root
- Organic burdock root
- Organic rhubarb root
- Organic goldseal
- Organic cat’s claw bark
- Organic sorrel herb
- Organic pau d’arco bark
That’s a lot of organic and a lot of root and bark! But is there any evidence those ingredients can help you to detox at all?
Total Herbal cleanse Instructions
The seven days you take the pills basically. You take to of them three times a day, morning, lunchtime and night time.
You are meant to drink a lot of water, eat well and keep physically active as well. But apart from that, it’s basically all about taking the pills.
Other than that, it’s idiot proof instructions like don’t smoke weed while on the detox. There is no depth to this and it is literally about the pills, and with the ingredients in them I’m just not convinced how it’s meant to get you through a drugs test.
Does THC Total Herbal Cleanse Work
A little research shows that the ingredients have laxative and diuretic effects. That basically means you going to expel things from your body more quickly, which could help in a standard test situation.
The problem here is that online there is a huge amount of people saying it doesn’t work.
So to find out the truth about that bad anecdotal news I decided to put it a real test. I gave it to a friend of mine to test, as he had a job drugs test coming up, and I had a pack of Ultra THC detox pills sent to me by a reader who wanted me to test them.
So he did the seven-day Magic detox and then took a home urine test and he failed it. He did through the drugs test, but by using synthetic urine instead.
I have had my suspicions backed up by a real life example now to know that this THC stuff doesn’t work. He is a regular smoker, about four times a week, so I guess you could say there was a chance he could pass it if he was once a week pothead, but I remain unconvinced.
THC Total Herbal Cleanse Review: Conclusion
I can’t recommend this product because I’ve seen no evidence it works.
On top of that, it’s not specifically designed to even attempt passing a drugs test, and the product itself says it’s not meant to be used for it.
Results could also vary wildly between people trying it, because of different elimination rates for toxins and body sizes, as well as drugs and lifestyle.
Sure you can get your money back, but for me I wouldn’t even bother spending the money in the first place. If you are looking for high quality detox pills that work, then I recommend Toxin Rid (Read my review & instructions here.