Champ Flush Out Detox Drink Review

The market for detox drinks has exploded with options in the past couple of years. To think about it, we used to struggle to find a bottle of Mega Clean a decade ago. Well, more options are always better, right?

Not really. As part of an exercise that we came up with for the online marijuana forum that I moderate, four of us moderators decided to randomly pick Marijuana detox products off the shelves and analyze them for their effectiveness.

But it turned out to be more difficult than what we’d expected initially because the market was teeming with products. So we decided to begin with the most popular ones (Jazz detox, Magnum detox, Rescue detox Ice, Chump flush).

I picked up Champ Flush Out Detox Drink, a very popular detoxification drink that’s selling in droves these days. Call it experience or just an intuition, but I could make out at first glance that this was most likely a gimcrack.

I mean, it had it all. The colorful cutesy bottle, the attractive logo, multiple delicious flavors (whoever tasted a delicious detox drink ever) and aggressive marketing. These guys are all over the internet screaming out loud about how their drink has helped countless people beat drug tests. Here’s my champ flush out detox review.

Champ Flush Out Detox review: First Impression

Chump flush out detox instructions

At first, I was taken aback by the pricing. Champ Flush Out detox drink costs just $26 for a package with a home drug test kit thrown in for good measure.

How about selling your products for peanuts.

That’s downright cheap and it kind of explains why people are attracted towards it in the first place. Well, if it were a soda or something, I’d understand why cheap works best.

But if your job and your credibility depend on it, why would you want to cheap it out? That’s beyond my understanding.

Anyway, Champ Flush Out Detox drink looks like most other detox drinks sold in the market. You get 16 Oz bottles and it is available in a multitude of flavors. The most popular flavors are Kiwi Strawberry, Grape and Blueberry.

The ingredients in Champ Flush Out Detox

Any detox drink is only as good as the ingredients in it. Champ Flush Out boasts of a blend of herbs and creatine which I believe is added to help restore the natural urine composition that can look too diluted after drinking detox liquids. Sounds good in theory.

The herbs in the liquid are Guarana Extract, Milk Thistle and Echinacea Extract. Let’s look at each one of these closely.

Guarana Seed extract: It is used as a caffeine alternative in many preparations mainly because it contains caffeine along with some vitamins. This will give you an energy boost that is akin to drinking a cup of coffee. I fail to understand why it is added in a detox drink though.

Milk Thistle: Milk Thistle certainly has its use in detoxifying the body. But once again, its effectiveness lies mainly in liver detox and THC-COOH, the main marijuana metabolite has little to do with the liver. Milk Thistle in the detox drink will have no effect whatsoever in helping mask the drug metabolites in your urine.

Echinasea Extract: I love Echinasea extracts and it is one of the most powerful herbal immunity boosters that I have ever used. Loaded with volatile oils, polysaccharides and Vitamins. But what is the role of Echinasea Extract in a detox solution?

I smell snake oil here. These names have been added to make it sound like an exotic herbal concoction. The only relevant ingredient that I found was Creatine 1000 mg. And you don’t need to spend $26 to get creatine. You can grab a month’s supply for as little as $9.

Champ flush out detox instructions

champ flush out detox reviewNext up, I started to look for instructions on how to use the product. Sadly, there’s no information whatsoever on their website. So I checked the product label and it’s mentioned that you need to avoid toxins (weed) at least two days before you use Champ Out.

You should not drink more than 16 oz. of water per hour and drink and eat normally on the day when you plan to detox your system.
That’s about it.

So, I stopped smoking on a Friday and used Champ flush out on a Monday. Despite the champ flush out detox drink instructions, I took an extra day off from weed just to be doubly sure. It tastes like shit though. Whoever made it has never tasted a Kiwi or a Strawberry in his life.

After drinking, I made a couple of trips to the toilet. Piss looked too watery for my liking. But I took the home drug test exactly two hours after I gulped the bottle down.

Tested positive the first time. Since I bought the two-count package, I redid the whole thing a day later. Tested positive again. That’s it guys, I hope you found my Champ flush out detox review useful, it doesn’t work! If you don’t believe me check out some reviews on Amazon.

Why I only trust Mega Clean & Rescue Clean

This only reinstates what I have always been vocal about. There are only a handful of good detox products out there that can help you beat a drug test for real. Everything else is just gibberish. Save your time and money and buy Mega Clean or Rescue Cleanse.

Both the products are made by the same manufacturer, have been around for years and have helped millions of weed users including me, beat drug tests multiple times. If I have a supervised drug test coming up on short notice, I always reach out for Mega Clean. If you smoke just occasionally, then you can check out Rescue Cleanse 32Oz instead. And for Champ Flush Out detox drink, it’s not even worth the $26 that it is priced at.

3.1 Total Score
Champ Flush Out Detox Drink Review

  • Cheap
  • Unreliable
  • Failed two tests
  • Tastes horrible
User Rating: 3.11 (101 votes)
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