Mega clean review

This Mega Clean detox review aims to tell you the truth about this detox drink. Is it a good option? Basically, does Mega Clean work?

For me, it has worked, but there is a caveat with that, and I want to make sure that you are clear on the Mega Clean instructions so that you don’t get caught out using this detox drink.

It’s a quick review, a five-minute read, but at the end of it, you’ll know everything you need to in order to get the best out of Mega Clean cleansing drink, to better prepare yourself for a drug test, and also to learn about a couple of good alternatives.

What Is Mega Clean Detox?

Mega Clean is a detox drink. It’s made by a company called Detoxify who makes a lot of very similar detox drink products.

Mega Clean cleansing drink is one of the ranges that includes Mighty Clean, Xxtra Clean, Ready Clean, and Green Clean.

They are all designed for different levels of toxin exposure. But rather than trying to judge that, trying to judge how big your body size is in relation to the drink you need, my advice is just to go for Mega Clean.

Mega Clean is at the top of the strength tree of Detoxify products, and it’s a full 32 fluid ounce product. It just makes sense to spend a little bit extra on it to make sure.

How A Good Detox Drink Works

A good detox drink like Mega Clean works by doing the following:

  • Flushes toxins out your bladder
  • Does not dilute your urine
  • Replaces lost nutrients and minerals
  • Leaves your urine clean but appearing natural
  • Will work for any toxin exposure level
  • Works for several hours after drinking

But I want to make one thing clear in this Mega Clean detox review. Detox drinks don’t actually detox your body. That’s a huge misconception that gets people caught out.

They think they just glug down the bottle of detox drink, urinate a few times, and all the toxins racing around in their body miraculously get swept out. That’s simply not true.

As I just highlighted, a detox drink flushes out the toxins and replaces the lost nutrients and minerals to leave your urine appearing natural, but clean. However, it only does this for a few hours, before toxins start to appear in your bladder again as they work their way out of your bloodstream and organs.

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Mega Clean Instructions

Instructions for using Mega Clean cleansing drink are pretty straightforward, but there is a caveat to that guys. You have to do the prep.

The prep consists of the following steps:

  1. At least 48 hours before your drug test stops taking in toxins. I mean drug toxins, alcohol, tobacco, everything. Give your body a chance.
  2. Do a natural detox for 48 hours, 24 hours if that’s all the time you’ve got. Cut out all the rubbish, exercise, drink lots of water, and get some sleep.
  3. Make sure you get Mega Clean cleansing drink with the six Toxin Rid pills you can get bundled up with it from Test Clear. You then take them during the 24 hours before your test, and they help to push out far more toxins, alongside the natural detox.

Then on the day of your test, you can follow the simple Mega Clean instructions:

  1. Drink the entire contents of the bottle in about 15 minutes.
  2. Refill the bottle with water and drink that over another 15 minutes.
  3. Urinate at least three times in the hour after you have consumed Mega Clean and the water.

If you do all that, you should be clean for around 2-4 hours, depending on how fast your body works, and the level of toxins you have in your body.

Mega Clean Vs Xxtra Clean

Mega Clean Vs Xxtra Clean is a bit of an unfair comparison to having to make, but it’s a common web search I want to address.

For a start, Mega Clean is a full 32 fluid ounce powerful detox drink.  Xxtra Clean is a 20 fluid ounces drink. It’s also a slightly different formula. To me, that says it’s for people with light toxin exposure and smaller body size.

Look, if you’re going to use a detox drink, just buy the biggest, most powerful one you can. Forget your body size, forget your toxin exposure levels. If you get the strongest one out there, you stand the best chance of passing right?

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Does Mega Clean Work?

So the key question is: does Mega Clean work? Well, all I can go on is my own experiences. For the purposes of this Mega Clean detox review, I did a live home test.

I’m a regular weed smoker, a couple of joints per day. All I did was abstain the day before I did the home drug test, and take the six Toxin Rid pills.

The next day, in the afternoon, I followed the instructions I’ve outlined in this Mega Clean review, and then I did a home drug test kit one hour later.

That first home drug test kit was negative. I waited for two more hours and tested again. That’s a drug test kit that was also negative. I waited another two hours, that’s five hours after taking Mega Clean, and that drug test was positive. So my window was around for hours.

But Mega Clean worked for me in a pretty good test environment. It’s not cheap, a bottle of Mega Clean&detox pill combo costs $69, but it’s well worth the investment.

Alternatives To Mega Clean

 So I’m going to conclude this Mega Clean detox review by telling you that Mega Clean does work.

However, I wouldn’t use Mega Clean cleansing drink unless you can get your hands on it from Test Clear with the six powerful Toxin Rid pre-rid pills. Make sure you do that 24-hour detox with the pills, and Mega Clean will be incredibly strong for you.

A couple of good alternatives to Mega Clean are Rescue Cleanse and Ultra Eliminex. With Rescue Cleanse you still recommend you do a 24-hour detox, but on its own is a stronger formula than Mega Clean.

However, Ultra Eliminex is incredibly powerful and you won’t need additional water or detox pills. But you should still do a 24-hour detox where necessary, and if you do have high toxin exposure, it can’t hurt to get your hands on some detox pills to increase its power.

But, the conclusion of this review of the Mega Clean cleansing drink is that it’s a great value option if you can buy it with the six pre-rid pills and do a 24-hour detox.

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