UPC: 759051800120 Total Weight: 0.33 lbs (0.15 kg)
Package Format: 1 Fast Dissolve Softgel
1 Serving Per Container
Omni Cleansing Softgel from Puriclean contains a blend of burdock, dandelion, milk thistle and more in one quick dissolving softgel.
Warnings: Keep out of reach of children. Do not take more than recommended dosage. Consult healthcare provider before consuming this or any other dietary supplement.
Notes: Preservative and gluten free, no sugar, starch, artificial colors, artificial flavors, wheat, yeast or corn added.
Recommended Use: Take enclosed softgel with 48 oz. of water. Urinate as frequently as possible. Avoid food at least 3 hours before using this product. Drink water before and after using this product.
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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.
Because I don't have Medical insurance I have been taking pain medication for back problems (Methodone and Roxycodone) that are not prescribed to me. I went for a job interview and they sent me for drug test within 24 hours. Picked up Omni Soft Gel at a store someone told me about (I paid a lot more then online), drank lots of water and cranberry Juice, woke up at 6:30 am took softgel, drank about 3 bottles of water, and urinated a lot. I went for drug test at 10:30, took the cup same day 5 panel test. I just got a call! COME IN AND START WORK, PASSED!!!!!!!! THANK THE LORD and OMNI SOFTGEL.
WARNING: I took the Omni Softgel in the morning along with 64 oz of water. I had not eaten any food since the previous night. After about 45 mins I had to urinate, and did so 4 times. After 90 minutes I collected my urine to test with a home test strip (I ordered two Softgels so I could do a test run at home before the "actual" test). The results on the test strip showed a very weak control line and no line in the test line area which means a positive result.
If you know something about tests you'll know they check for specific gravity and creatine levels. If you have watered down urine you are not going to pass the specific gravity test. You might past the creatine one but only if you've been loading it for a few days before.
All in all I would NOT trust one of these to save me for an important test.
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