There is a certain degree of brand association with these drinks as well, as the ones that have gotten popular over the years are well known because they work effectively. Their quality and results are tangible, keep customers satisfied and easily outshine their competitors. Here is a list of some of the drinks which may be branded and highly marketed but do not work or do a partial cleanse, which is as good as not working:
- Champ Flush Out Detox: this product has several drawbacks. Despite having a good market presence and very expensive promotions worldwide, it can be found readily in all big grocery stores, but it doesn’t work. First of all, you need to be on the lower usage end of weed for two whole days to use the product. That in itself is detox enough, so the result one sees is stopping weed, not because of the drink. It is expensive, and the taste is terrible.
- Magnum Detox Drink: the drink tastes bad, and the texture is almost like molasses; it is thick and inconsistent, making it more of food instead of a drink. It does not work at all and would also give you an upset stomach. Even other products sold by this brand, like synthetic urine, are a waste of money.
- QCarbo 32 Detox Drink: This THC detox drink probably has the highest-paid promotions and marketing out of all the drinks, but it fails to deliver like all the others. It is also known to change the urine colour very dramatically, which draws attention and raises suspicion during a test.
Sometimes the over-commercialised or the bigger marketed product gets preferences because of the pomp and show. It is important to remember those good products that people recommend and not something a brand sells with so much zeal.