Detoxify already make Mega Clean and XXTRA Clean detox drinks. I’ve already done reviews of those drinks, so I thought I should also cover the smallest product in the Detoxify range called Ready Clean. This isn’t a full Ready Clean Detox review though.
The reason it isn’t is because I know people who have tried it, and I know how it works, and what it is designed for.
However, I think it’s important to talk about Ready Clean because I don’t want people making a mistake when there are other options out there.
What Is Ready Clean Detox?
Ready Clean detox drink is made by a company called Detoxify who also make Mega Clean and XXTRA Clean detox drinks.
It is marketed as being recommended for people of small body weight and a low toxin exposure. For me this basically means unless you are a very small person who smokes about once a month, then the toxins in your body are going to overwhelm this detox drink.
Ready Clean is a 16oz bottle of liquid that contains the usual sort of blend of minerals, herbs and other ingredients which are supposed to help flush toxins out of your system at an accelerated rate.
But the problem with this product is it’s a small, light dose and even the company who make it are covering themselves by saying it’s only meant for very low risk users.
So Does Ready Clean Work?
The instructions for using Ready Clean are the same as most other detox drinks for drug test, you basically have to stop smoking a couple of days before your drugs test, increase your fluid intake, and then on the morning of the drug test drink the contents of the bottle plus more water.
As long as you frequently urinate you should then be clear of toxins for around five hours.
But for me trying it to see if it works just doesn’t stack up. Read user reviews online and you see fail after fail report. On top of that, as I’ve already said the low dosage makes it a pointless risk to take.
Ready Clean Detox Review: Conclusion
As I said at the start, this isn’t a proper review of ready clean, but more a warning. Yes Ready Clean is cheap compared to Mega Clean or XXTRA Clean, but for the sake of a few dollars why take the risk. If you really are short of money then you could take a slightly lower risk by using XXTRA Clean, but my money would go on the most powerful version, Mega Clean.
If you are going to try Ready Clean then my advice is not to buy it from an online pharmacy or a web store like CVA or GNC. Yes Ready Clean CVS pricing is cheap, but you don’t get any additional benefits.
My top tip is to buy it from testclear.com. The reason for this is that you get a free pack of Toxin Rid pre-rid tablets to use as well. If you use these about 24 hours before the drug test, and then follow up with Ready Clean a couple of hours before the drug test, you do stand a chance.
So if you buy from test clear, then the combination of using Toxin Rid and then Ready Clean detox drink might just cleanse your system enough to get you through a drug test.
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