"Omni cleansing pills DOES NOT WORK for drug urine screenings! Save yourself
the embarrassment and money." - Ashley
"Omni Cleansing softgel did not work for me. I followed the directions and my results came back as diluted so I had to go retake the test again, with no cleanser. I sure hope I passed and would not recommend this product." - Mel Hatcoc
"Awesome product. The first time my order arrived the product was already expired, but eVitamins re-shipped immediately and I got a non expired one. Even the expired one worked when I used it! I passed the test clean of everything and now I ordered more of this! Totally recommended." - Michael S.
"Omni Extra Strength Cleansing Caps work great. I take it every month and pass random drug screens for lab tests. Just follow the directions, I can't stress it any harder." - Ramsey G.
"FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS! Eat clean, don't drink, exercise and drink five to six liters of water a day and you will pass. I'm a bigger guy, 6'3 and 235 lbs, not really active other than work and last used about 13 days before test with about five days between last set of pills and the test and passed. I recommend this product. Just follow the instructions." - Jeff
"Don't waste your money. Followed directions on the side of the box, not much for directions, no on line support (try Vales, excellent on line support) We all know why we are using this product, pre-employment or random drug (THC) screen. I purchased this product in a HEAD SHOP. I could not leave my home for seven days (this is a seven day cleanse) afraid to fart ( big mess, if you know what I mean). Tested myself with a strip test and tested positive (glad I didn't depend on this product for help with pre-employment testing) I feel I did the right things right, more than plenty of water, urinated many times before the strip test. What can I say? THIS PRODUCT DID NOT WORK FOR ME! " - Grateful Fred
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