- 1 Puriclean X2 Double Strength Instructions
- 1.1 Ingredients
- 1.2 About Wellgenix / Purified Brand
- 1.3 Pros and Cons
- 1.4 Q&A about Puriclean X2 Double Strength
- 1.5 Puriclean X2 Double Strength by Wellgenix Review
- 1.6 Social Media
- 1.7 Conclusion
- 1.8 Helpful Links
- 1.9 Disclaimers
- 1.10 Bibliography
|Puriclean X2 Double Strength Reviews|| |
|How to Use Puriclean X2 Double Strength to cleanse piss of marijuana||Directions: Fill bottle with water, take yellow and green gelatin caps. Refill the bottle, take clear capsules. Pee, sip water slowly, urinate a few times before your test.|
|Where to buy Puriclean X2 Double Strength near me?||Walmart.com, Amazon.com, ebay.com, https://wellgenixhealth.com/products/puriclean-x2-16oz|
|Can I use Puriclean X2 Double Strength for THC detox to pass a drug test (to pass a urine drug test)?|
|Can I use Puriclean X2 Double Strength for weed detox (to pass a saliva test)||Yes|
|Does it claim to flush cannabis from the blood quickly?||Yes|
|How long does it last?||Works in 45 minutes, lasts 5 hours or more.|
Puriclean X2 Double Strength Instructions
How to Use Puriclean X2 Double Strength to Pass a Urinalysis For Probation or Other tests
- Abstain from using weed or drugs for two days or more if possible. Buy two bottles of purified water.
- Your Puriclean X2 Double Strength for THC detox contains red and green and clear capsules and an enclosed bottle. Fill the bottle with purified water and take the green and yellow capsules.
- Refill the bottle with purified water and take the clear capsules.
- Pee once or twice, then take your test.
Riboflavin gives urine its yellow color to mask dilution (Gatautis & Naito, 1981).
- Creatine Monohydrate 1000 mg
Creatine monohydrate is used because the test will check your creatinine levels and if too low, will
know the sample is dilute (Ropero-Miller, Paget-Wilkes, Doering, & Goldberger, 2000).
Burdock in combination with dandelion has been used for centuries to increase urine output and detoxify the liver. Burdock improves lipid profile, flushing THC out of the fat cells (Ha, Kim, Kim, & Kim, 2018).
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Dandelion is used as a liver detoxifier and to increase urine output. Combined with Burdock, it was a traditional drink of the British Isles (Clare, Conroy, & Spelman, 2009).
- Chamomile flower
Chamomile has anti-inflammatory effects and anti-anxiety effects. This can slow down metabolism and reduce THC spillage after the initial urinations, making you pee out the THC, then stopping the fat cells from releasing it (Kato, et al., 2008)
- Soy Protein
Soy Protein decreases cholesterol, thereby stabilizing the transport of lipids out of the fat cells, spilling THC into the blood stream (Potter, 1996).
- Alfalfa (leaf) 200 mg
Alfalfa may have a stabilizing effect on cholesterol and lipids in the blood stream, thereby reducing the presence of THC as well (Asgary, Moshtaghian, Hosseini, & Siadat, 2008).
- Slippery Elm (bark) 200 mg
Slippery Elm increases salivation, in case you have to do a saliva test, the saliva will be diluted and have lower THC levels. It also forms a protective barrier over the mucous membranes, reducing absorption of further toxins in the digestive tract (Slippery Elm, n.d.).
- Red clover
Red clover also stabilizes lipids, preventing spillage of THC in to the blood and urine (Qiu, et al., 2012).
About Wellgenix / Purified Brand
Customers can contact Wellgenix, Inc. by filling out a form at: https://wellgenixhealth.com/pages/contact-us
Customers can call 800.868.6112 for more information.
Wellgenix sells products wholesale including products for health and wellness, beauty, and detoxification.
Pros and Cons
Q&A about Puriclean X2 Double Strength
Q: Does it work?
A: Our guess, it may work by dilution; however, the herbs included can cause a reaction, so don’t take more than directed.
Q: Is it the same as other detox products?
A: Puriclean X2 Double Strength uses dilution like other products but combines it with diluting of the saliva with Slippery Elm and releasing THC from fat cells with other herbs like Burdock, Dandelion, and Red Clover. It may therefore have more mechanisms of action than other products, but this also makes it more possible to have side effects and bad reactions. Also, it comes in two different types of pills whereas most products are liquids.
Q: How does it work?
A: This product uses 4 approaches:
- Herbs that release lipids and THC from fat cells (Burdock, Dandelion, Red Clover).
- Diuretics that produce more and dilute urine.
- Riboflavin which gives the diluted urine and strong yellow color.
- Creatine which produces a higher concentration of creatinine to mask the dilution, as testers check creatinine levels.
- One herb, Slippery Elm, increases salivation which may dilute THC and other drugs in the saliva, thus thwarting the testers.
Q: Does it work for weed, for opiates, and for cocaine?
A: Puriclean X2 Double Strength uses dilution like many other products, so if done right, it can work. However, the inclusion of so many herbs can increase the chances of an allergic or bad reaction. Don’t double up on this product.
Q: For how many days do drugs stay in your body?
A: Drugs all have different times to elimination. Single use stays in the system a shorter period. See our page here to see how long marijuana will stay in your system: http://www.ncsm.nl/english/what-is-medicinal-cannabis/marijuana-stay-bloodstream
|Frequency of use||How long for clean test for average person|
|Single or infrequent||72 hours|
|Chronic use||7 to 10 days|
|Heavy Use||10 to 21 days|
|All use||Less than 30 days|
Q: What is the cost?
A: $29.99 USD
Puriclean X2 Double Strength by Wellgenix Review
Positive Puriclean X2 Double Strength Reviews
Comment: This customer was satisfied, reported no adverse effects.
Positive Puriclean X2 Double Strength Reviews
Comment: This tester claims it worked and that you should pee until your pee turns yellow, that means the riboflavin and other ingredients have made it to the bladder, the theater of action. This is a good rule of thumb for any detox product which contains b-vitamins and riboflavin because it means the ingredients have made it through the system. The creatine should be there as well, and it means your timing is perfect.
Negative Puriclean X2 Double Strength Reviews
Comment: This user used the product daily and got nausea and headaches. She actually used it to detox from toxins we suppose, but we include it here to demonstrate, daily use appears to cause a bad reaction of nausea and headaches, so, don’t use daily, and don’t use two bottles. These herbs can be powerful.
Comment: This user claims success on social media forums with this product. His claim is bolstered by the fact he had posted before that he would use the product, then later came back to report success.
2 out of 5
We give this one a C rating. It may work by dilution, does contain creatine and riboflavin like other concoctions, but the choice of herbs is problematic. Herbs can sometimes cause anaphylaxis, stomach upset, even liver damage. Too much alfalfa can cause a condition similar to lupus. Also, these herbs can have drug interactions we don’t know about. So, if you use this product, use only one container, don’t double up on it. Interactions between these herbs and other drugs can cause less of the drug to be absorbed, including birth control, psychiatric medication such as lithium, and even antibiotics. That could really cause harm if you were depending on those medications to work effectively. So, be careful. Choose your herbs carefully and use low doses for detox. This product went too heavy on the rare herbs. If you use herbs, be sure to make sure they have few if any side effects and drug interactions.
Check the herbal ingredients for drug interactions at: https://www.webmd.com/vitamins/ai/ingredientmono-19/alfalfa
For tips on dilution, try this link here: https://www.marijuana.com/drug-test/dilution-techniques/
To see how the guys at VICE tested dilution products and found many of them worked, see here: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/59kymq/we-tested-drinks-that-say-theyll-help-you-pass-a-drug-test
General Medical Disclaimer
NCSM and its staff are not medical doctors and not dispensing medical advice. We are expert literary researchers and self-hackers.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The product we are discussion is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or ailment.
Drug Screening Disclaimer
If you have been exposed to THC and other drugs, no product can promise you that you will test clean so take your own chances. We have yet to find a seller of this product offering a money-back guarantee.
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