Luckily, it was Sunday, so Jolene had just woken up from a four and a half hour nap after spending the morning smoking and eating an entire large portion of Popeye’s mac and cheese, as one does. Karen told her to drink Rescue an hour before “cleansing time,” then refill the bottle with water twice and drink that within 30 minutes. She was then supposed to pee three times, after which she should be good to go for three to five hours. The drink itself was a bright, neon yellow that looked slightly radioactive.
Jolene said it tasted like synthetic blueberries and had a distinct aftertaste. She chugged it down over the course of ten minutes, and then refilled the bottle twice, choking down gulp after gulp of weird-tasting water until her stomach was bursting with 1.5 liters of liquid. After three pees that, in Jolene’s words, “looked like I drank highlighter ink,” she took the test. Jolene tested negative for THC, despite having smoked several pre-noon bowls just hours before. We were both pretty shocked by this turn of events. If you follow the instructions, you might pass your test, but the extreme color of your pee might raise some alarm bells in a clinical setting. Plus, the amount of water you need to drink is a little excessive. Stinger detox is a brand I’ve heard a lot over the years, but up till this point had never considered using because of its bad reputation. I decided to do a proper Stinger detox review to see what the truth is.
My concern is that although this brand of detox drink has been around for a number of years, there is virtually nothing about the company, the formula, or any indication it works, online. They are overall pretty elusive, despite the drink being sold in a lot of places. That’s the question I’m going to answer clearly few in this review, so that you know if you can pass a drug test using it, or not. It’s got a cool looking bottle, with a little steamy wasp on it. Now I know the company claim it’s strong, because the products full name is Stinger Detox 5x instant extra strength. They don’t do another product that single strength, so it’s a completely meaningless multiplier. Going back to the size of the bottle, in every other brand of THC detox drink that I have ever known, the small 8oz bottles are only recommended for small people, or very light weed smokers. You need a large amount of toxin removing and nutrient replacing liquid, which is why the high quality brands are always 16oz in size. Now I’m not saying that Stinger have not managed to create a super concentrated detox drink, but considering the negative reviews online, I think it’s incredibly unlikely that it is the case. The Stinger detox ingredients list doesn’t fill me with confidence either: filtered water, fructose, natural and artificial flavors, stinger mineral cleansing blend, creatine monohydrate, vitamin B2, (riboflavin), citric acid, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, guar gum. Total carbs, Sugars 1.2g, minerals may very slightly due to their natural source. all other minerals normally found in sea water Stinger Detox Instructions. In terms of the Stinger detox drink instructions, they are pretty straightforward. You drink the 8oz bottle of Stinger detox drink in one go. You then refill the bottle and drink that water as well. You then have to urinate at least three times in the hour after taking the drink, to flush out the toxins that Stinger is taking out of your body. After that you will be clear to pass a urine drug test for up to 5 hours. The other condition of using Stinger detox is that you should abstain from dairy products for two days before drinking the product, and also not add more toxins to your body. The problem with those instructions is twofold: You don’t usually get 48 hours notice for a drug test. I’ve never heard of another detox drink that tells you to abstain from dairy products. Basically if you fail, when you complain, they will claim you didn’t follow all the instructions, which in my opinion are virtually impossible to follow in the first place unless you are a vegan. No, Stinger detox does not work for probation drug tests. In fact, it doesn’t work for any type of drug test.
Firstly, my neighbor, who I regularly smoke with, tried it a while back. He followed all the instructions for using Stinger, and he tested positive for THC metabolites. Secondly, Stinger Detox reviews online are pretty poor. Yes, you get the usual “It’s awesome.” Rubbish on Amazon, which are obviously paid fake reviews.
But generally, real user experience seems to be incredibly poor. I really can’t recommend you even consider the question of where to buy Stinger detox. Detox drinks at Walmart are all useless, every review that I have ever done recommends not to buy detox brands available at Walmart. On top of that, it’s cheap to buy on Walmart, Amazon and eBay. The company are just peddling it anywhere they can at a low price, to try make money from a high turnover.