Jazz Total Detox by The House of Jazz Review Score: 5 out of 5,
Jazz Total Detox Introduction
Jazz Total Detox is typical of detox drinks which work by means of dilution. Some of Jazz’s detox products are concentrated. This allows you to get the important ingredients in your system quickly so that you get it over with. Though this may give it a nasty taste, it allows you to quickly absorb the creatine and b-vitamins. You then follow that up with your H2O so that drugs like pot are undetectable in your urine. Jazz Total Detox also claims to detoxify the saliva and blood. So, if we believe the advertising Jazz has put out, their drink can not only help you pass a urine drug test, but also a saliva test and a blood test. It does not claim to detoxify the hair. For that, you will need to use the Macujo Method or Jerry G Method.
Why do you need it?
Jazz Total Detox stands out from the crowd as it offers to detox not only the urine but also the blood and saliva. Here are some reasons people use the product.
- To prepare for marijuana saliva tests for probation.
- To prepare for a test for opiates or for alcohol after a period of misuse.
- To quickly detoxify their body for health reasons.
- To pass a urine or blood test on the job.
- To pass a test to keep the job they already have.
- To pass a weed test administered by a sports doping agency.
Who should buy this?
If you have a drug test coming up, in a state where detox products are not illegal, you may be able to use this product. However, if you use it and are discovered, for a government position, you could be prosecuted. This is rare and there are no readily available examples of anyone being prosecuted merely for using a detox product, but producers of the product have been prosecuted.
One woman was prosecuted for asking a store clerk to microwave her fake urine to warm it up. Putting ‘urine’ in a microwave made the microwave legally unusable and she was charged with ‘criminal intent to damage the microwave’ (Haines). Therefore, don’t be stupid. Use a detox drink like Jazz Total Detox and don’t leave the bottle hanging around, get rid of it. The government cannot stop you from drinking a supplement containing natural food ingredients.
Don’t use the product in any state where it is illegal.
This is not for children 18 or younger. The product’s ingredients are at a potency fit for an adult, not a child.
Why is it important to choose the right one?
It’s important to choose a detox product that has the main ingredients: creatine and b-vitamins. The creatine replenishes the creatinine levels testers will be looking for. The b-vitamins make your pee yellow so it doesn’t look dilute. It may also add smell. They will smell your pee if they think something is amiss and it better smell like it’s got some protein and little bacteria in it. Like in a public urinal. It should be getting a bit stale once it reaches the lab. Hopefully, it won’t go to the lab. You pass on the spot and you’re golden like your pee.
|Form||Concentrated fluid drink|
Jazz Total Detox doesn’t really explain the ingredients but remembers their selling point is that these ingredients may cleanse not only the urine but the blood and saliva.
It claims to actually cleanse the following systems:
- All Blood components – it does not merely mask or dilute, but actually flushes toxins from the body
- Sweat – toxins come out in your sweat, though sweat tests are rare. However, sweat can deliver drug metabolites to the hair
- Urine – This is the most likely type of drug test you will receive
- Digestive – many people like to detox their digestive system. Most such products cause a bout of diarrhea but this is not reported with Jazz Total Detox
- Liver – Your liver is a major detoxifier but it can get quite beat up by drug use
- Lymph – lymph contains your immune system fluid and flows all throughout the body
- Saliva – salvia tests are sometimes administered. You can use both Jazz Total Detox and Jazz Mouthwash
- Tears – rarely are tears tested but they can contain toxins which may harm vision
About the ingredients:
Let’s have a look at some ingredients and see if we can figure out why they are included in the formula.
Creatine– we know this replenishes the creatinine that test makers will be looking for.
Riboflavin– this is the vitamin B2 which will make the urine yellow and provide urine smell
Zinc oxide – we know that zinc can make the drug test less sensitive, this is scientifically proven. Though they are trying to test for the presence of zinc, they cannot make it illegal as it is a necessary mineral for optimal functioning (Welsh, Dierksen, and Actor) (Venkatratnam and Lents)
Purified water – this is clean water to help cleanse your system and help you produce more urine
Glucose, sucrose– the sugar will stop fat from burning and releasing fat-soluble drugs like marijuana into the bloodstream. It also helps balance electrolytes like the potassium iodide which is also included.
Taurine – may help detoxify the liver (Miyazaki and Matsuzaki)
l-lysine monohydrochloride – this one threw us for a loop. Lysine is an amino acid involved in fat metabolism so it may be used either to flush fat cells or to cause them to hold the drug metabolites for a window of time
Caffeine– this is an effective diuretic.
How to Use Jazz Total Detox
Jazz Total Detox Instructions: follow directions exactly for the best results
As you can see, the directions are very specific. Drink the entire bottle, refill 3 times, pee 3 times. You need to start more than an hour and a half before your test. You do not want fat burning and releasing marijuana metabolites, which means you need to be well-fed with sugar and fat. Keep your activity level low right before the test.
Other products by The House of Jazz
Jazz 4 Ever Clean
This product claims it will cleanse the body permanently, not just for a window of 5 hours like the main product, Jazz Total Detox.
It says you will be clean until you are re-exposed to toxins.
These are the ingredients:
It’s not clear what is the main ingredient which they expect will be able to cleanse the body permanently of toxins.
Glycocyamine can improve insulin sensitivity, thereby preventing fat burning and THC leakage due to low blood sugar or deranged sugar metabolism. It can also bolster creatine stores (Rowley, Greenleaf, and Kenyon).
Guar gum can help slow and regulate digestion, preventing break down of fat and THC leakage (Guar Gum Uses, Benefits & Dosage – Drugs.com Herbal Database)
These are the main products and their prices. As you can see, they have caplets, mouthwash for saliva tests, and even shampoo for hair tests.
Dos and Don’ts
Don’t use where detox products are not legal. Don’t use if under 18. The product is not formulated for kids but is not expected to be toxic. It can provide vitamin and mineral levels which are too high for a kid and can cause problems.
Manufacturer and Support
|Company||The House of Jazz|
|Address||9853 N Alpine Rd #104, Rockford, IL 61115|
Jazz Total Detox is a fairly popular product and has wide distribution. You are likely to find it at your local head shop and even some gas stations may carry it. The products are simple to use
Pros and Cons
Q and A
Q: Does Jazz Total Detox really work in terms of science?
A: Yes, we have included the scientific studies which show how the ingredients work to thwart a drug test. First off, dilution using creatine and b-vitamins is known to get over a drug test. Creatine and b-vitamins are normal components of natural food and cannot be legally outlawed. You could get the same dose by eating a large steak. They can’t stop you from eating steak and drinking water before a drug test, if they do, it is overreach and prosecutable.
Q: How long does it last?
A: 5 hours.
Q: What if I just smoked in the last two days?
A: Use Jazz One Hour Caps and One Hour Liquid Concentrate. They are formulated for quick and potent detox.
Q: Why no herbs in it?
A: As we mentioned before, herbs can cause allergic reactions, and also, herb potency is hard to control in a detox drink. For example, if you need to drink two drinks, you could be getting a harmful dose of herbs and wind up in the hospital. Jazz tries to use only safer ingredients.
Q: Can it really cleanse every body system?
A: This is questionable but they claim it can. They claim it works on the cells themselves. It does contain known liver detoxifiers like taurine. We give this question a maybe.
Q: If I’m more than 230 lbs, is it safe?
A: Jazz claims you can take two bottles because it contains no herbs you can overdose on. However, they claim as far as safety, you must ask your doctor.
Q: Is there a guarantee?
A: We have not found a money-back guarantee, but Jazz claims it will work for 96 % of people who follow directions. We do not know where they have gotten this figure so it’s up to you to believe, disbelieve, research, or do your own experiment with it. Try it out, buy a drug test and see if it works.
Jazz Total Detox by Detoxify Reviews (from Amazon.com and Reddit)
Positive – amazon
Positive – amazon
Positive – Reddit
Jazz Total Detox for THC appears to pass a drug test. It’s questionable if it will help you pass a saliva, blood, or hair test but they have other products for those tests. They have mouthwash and shampoo. The shampoo might be used with a method like the Jerry G method which requires bleaching and dying the hair. These are detox products that are highly likely to work for a urine test if done correctly. For other tests, we remain skeptical.
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