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Champ Flush Out Detox
No. Unfortunately. Modern tests are getting very smart at catching this.
Now, you are asking physicians this question.
I can promise you that not one of us wants to help you stay addicted. We believe that the disease of addiction is real. We believe there is a solution and a meaningful hope of sobriety. ...Read more
No way to tell: Unfortunately, dietary supplements are regulated as foods (as opposed to drugs). As such, they are not required to undergo the same testing (or prove their claims to be true). Also, since no third party testing of their product is required - the ingredients listed don't even have to match what is in the bottle. Wish I had a better answer. .. Good luck! ...Read more
Illicits: Probably not. When you know you are going to have a drug test best way to pass is not to use the illicit substance. ...Read more
Are store bought internal flush kits any good? Is there one better than others, or what is the best way to do a detox/cleanse?
Is not real medicine: Humans, designed or evolved over millions of years, are self-cleaning. That means we should eat what we are designed to eat, and our bodies will clear out unneeded materials without help. No supplements are needed, unless one wants extra fiber to move the bowels better. Proper diet, enough exercise, and a healthy mind should normalize bowels. Diseases may need treatment, but not "cleansing/detox". ...Read more
My friend took 7 xanax (alprazolam) bars (2mg's) with in a time spand of 24 hours. How many days will it take for his body to flush (detox) them out?
I'm eating raw fruit and veg plus heaps of water to flush the toxins out. I am on antibiotics can I still detox?
Detox: I don't know why you are taking antibiotics. However, if your detoxification consists of organic, clean raw fruits and vegetables with lots of water - that should be fine. I would not consider taking commercially available detoxification products at this time. ...Read more
Flush: The literature is sparse on Niacin with respect to thc and Niacin flush free has even less data re thc. ...Read more
I smoke weed for sezuire control and need to find a new job will Detox Flush Out pills work to clear my system?
No: Best to wait for the metabolites to clear from your system naturally. ...Read more
Will niacin flush free do the same effects as regular nician to detox from thc? Please help me docs!
No: Niacin doesn't flush anything out, it just makes you turn red and warm, but is not proven to eliminate any other drug. You should be more concerned about 1) having a drug problem 2) being subjected to drug testing when you have a drug problem and 3) being more concerned about getting caught than the harm your drug problem is causing. Modern drug testing includes means to identify efforts to mask. ...Read more
I relapsed using meth got a urine drug test at pain clinic it's been 72 hours I got a detox called flush out will it work or can I be clean?
No: The people who sold you "Flush" are laughing all the way to the bank. They know you won't sue for being defrauded with this phony product, because you'd have to tell the world you're a meth user. Please stop doing this. You were given other warnings about other drugs that aren't true, but the dangers of meth haven't been exaggerated. The meth users I've autopsied do try to claw off their flesh. ...Read more
What's the best way to detox your body? Also is a salt water flush like used in the master cleanse safe? Reason to detox is allergies constipation etc
Allergy treatment: The best way to treat allergies is avoidance of the triggering allergen. For environmental allergies, antihistamines and topical nasal steroids sprays are very effective. Allergy injections are very useful for long term treatment. There is no role for "detoxifcation" in the treatment of allergies. ...Read more
May 7 I had a Reclast (zoledronic acid) I.V. for bone density and since I have been in severe bone and muscle pain. Is there a way I can detox/flush it from my body?
Hi, last week I was treated for alcohol detox and heart attack w/ valium. I was allergic to the dye and was flushed w/ IV urine results: creatine-20 benzos-60pass; creatine-65 benzos-1333fail; creatine-260 benzos-1999fail each 2 days apart. Why
Don't understand?: Why you would be tested for drugs after a heart attack, I don't know. However, if you were treated with valium by doctors, this is not "failing" a drug test. When you first get a drug, it has not been metabolized yet, and drug tests measure the metabolites usually, not the parent drug. So a test becomes more positive as you metabolize more of the drug, which takes time. Initial urine was dilute. ...Read more
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Take your money: What ever you do do not buy a detox product. Your liver and kidneys do an excellent job of clearing most toxins. U just need to be well hydrated (drink water) there are some toxins like heavy metals (lead) etc which may not come out and you should see your md if those are an issue. Those detox products just make you poor-er. ...Read more
"Books by crooks": While scientific physicians are bound by law to offer only scientific evidence (i.e., provable by experiments and the other usual methods of science), there's lots of money to be made by telling perfectly healthy people their bodies harbor poisons (whatever, today's it's often "biotech") and only this-or-that mumbo-jumbo can remove them. Some of these can end you in the icu. Ignore them. ...Read more
Real science: You're young and trusting. There are plenty of people who will tell you that your body is laden with toxic chemicals from the modern world. You'll need to decide whether this is true, but someone pretending to offer a remedy to remove them by making you sweat, urinate, have diarrhea or otherwise get sick is scamming you. Get with a holistically-savvy scientific physician & talk lifestyle. ...Read more
Depends...: It all depends on what you want to detox from. In any case, if you want to go through detox process in a safe way my recommendation is to go to the ed and from there they can refer you to an institution where this can be done safely and under medical monitoring. ...Read more
You can't: Your kid does not need detox. That whole process is an overblown wive's tale designed to take your money, not "detoxify" your child. Your child does not need this except for extreme situations, such as long term, chronic exposure to high levels of lead. Mother nature, evolution and God have created everything your body needs to get rid of bad things. Don't waste your money on these hoaxes. ...Read more
Why: This is a popular notion among alternative practitioners but it is based upon feelings but no scientific evidence. It probably will do not harm but there is not basis for a positive effect except on the bank account of those who advocate this procedure. ...Read more
Not necessary: There is no detox necessary from corticosteroid medications. If you have been on them for a long time, then it is important that you taper them gradually and not stop suddenly, which can cause illness. Talk to your doctor about this. ...Read more
Yes: "toxins" is a word that is overused. Pesticides, mercury, lead, antibiotics, etc can all be taken in in the diet and are difficult to remove. Best to not take them in. Then there are the imaginary toxins that companies scare you with so you will buy their expensive detox product -- these are fake. Don't buy it! eat healthy, stay hydrated. Avoid constipation and your body will do the rest. ...Read more
Yes: Your body actually detoxifies itself naturally, and "pop" remedies to do it yourself are frauds, some of them dangerous. Those that will make you sick to "cleanse" you have landed people in the intensive care unit. Be discerning. Eating sensibly and exercising will do you far more good than fake treatments to remove make-believe "poisons". Be decent to yourself & get with real science 2B healthy. ...Read more