Herbal Clean QCarbo 16 Review

Herbal Clean QCarbo 16 Review

As one of the most popular cleansings drinks out there, I was concerned enough to think it was about time put together a proper Herbal Clean QCarbo16 Review.

The reason for this is that although it’s popular, the amount of people claiming they’ve failed using QCarbo16 is beginning to increasingly concern me. So concerned, that I and my partner have tested this detox drink to answer the question: does QCarbo16 work?

You might be surprised at the answer to that question, and also I’m hoping it will help you to make a good buying decision for what could be a crucial drug test.

The last thing you want to do is grab a bottle of QCarbo16 because it’s available in Walmart, and lots of people talk about it, only to find it doesn’t work. So what’s the truth about this detox drink?

What Is Herbal Clean QCarbo16?

 Herbal Clean has been producing detox products for quite a few years, and they’ve thrown an incredible amount of money and marketing behind their QCarbo product range. Notably, it’s stocked in places like Walmart, which gives it a reach and exposure beyond many other detox drinks.

There are three products in the range, QCarbo16 is the smallest bottle, at 16oz. It’s designed for small people, with lower body weight, lower body fat, and lower toxin levels. At the other end of the scale is the much larger Qcarbo32, while in the middle, is Qcarbo20.

QCarbo16 Instructions

 Look, I tried QCarbo32 quite a few years ago, and I failed the home test. Even if I was a light weed smoker at the time, and this was when drug testing was not as advanced as it is now.

I’ve heard a lot of people say they failed drug test using the Qcarbo16 detox, so I was concerned enough to take another look at this detox drink. I haven’t tried it for years, as I’ve moved on to other brands.

So what I did was to set up a test with me and my girlfriend. She’s been in the middle of her exams, so she’s not smoking much each week, and hadn’t smoked 48 hours. I also abstain for 48 hours, but I am a heavy weed smoker, but I have been active.

We followed the QCarbo16 instructions precisely. We didn’t take in toxins for 48 hours, we slept well, ate well, urinated frequently, and made sure we exercised.

The actual QCarbo16 instructions on the day of a drug test are as follows:

  1. Drink the contents of the QCarbo16 bottle at a steady pace over about 15 minutes.
  2. Refill the bottle with cold water, and repeat the process.
  3. Urinate frequently over the next hour, and drink more water if necessary.
  4. You should then be ready to go and take a drug test and should pass if you submit a sample between one hour after drinking the drink, and about five hours after drinking QCarbo.

Now look, I’ve been doing this a lot of years, and I was pretty sure that you won’t pass a drug test using QCarbo16 for a few reasons.

The first reason is that you only get 16 fluid ounces, that’s not a lot to flush out even a small body. Secondly, you’re drinking a lot of extra water with it, which could dilute a sample, especially if you don’t understand the implications of drinking all that water just before you go and take a drug test.

But, my girlfriend is very small, me not so much, she’s a lightweight smoker, me not so much. We both abstained from toxins for 48 hours, and she had hardly touched anything in the previous week.

We followed the QCarbo16 instructions to the letter, and one hour afterward we both took a home drug test. We both failed. At that point I gave up, but my girlfriend waited another two hours and took a second home drug test. Again, she failed.

Herbal Clean QCarbo16 Review: Does It Work?

qcarbo16 instructionsSo I have to say that the conclusion of this Herbal Clean QCarbo16 review has to be, that I’ve seen no evidence it works. In real-world testing, it failed two people with different body and drug profiles.

We might have had more luck with the larger sizes of QCarbo, but after reading this, are you convinced they are worth trying? For me, the question around does Qcarbo work, is no. The QCarbo16 detox is not one I could recommend.

If you were to insist on trying it, or you really had no choice because of short notice, I would say try and detox for a couple of days at least, and if you can, take some cleansing pills before the test.

Detox pills like Toxin Rid, Herbal Pre-Cleanse, or Rescue 5 Day Cleanse, will certainly push out far more toxins, and then the rest of the toxins stand a far better chance of being masked by QCarbo16.

Reliable Alternatives To QCarbo16 Detox

 Having said that, I’m not going to rule out Herbal Clean products. The reason for that is I regularly recommend, have tested, and used in real life, the latest Herbal Clean detox drink, Ultra Eliminex.

It’s a completely different ballgame. It’s strong, and I’m telling you it’s got the power to work. It’s expensive, you get incredible quality for that money. I’ve posted a detailed Ultra Eliminex review already. Alternatively, you could try Rescue Cleanse. It costs $55, but you get 32 oz. It works like a charm, even for daily smokers. I know, I’ve done it.

But I have to still say, that a much better option is synthetic urine. For an unsupervised drug test, Sub Solution or Quick Luck urine is the way to go. It’s basically impossible to fail because they have such a complex formula.

The only way you could fail is submitting a cold sample, but with the heat activator powder, you can maintain the temperature right up to the moment you walk into the testing lab. For the step by step instructions, check out the review of Clear Choice urine.

So my Herbal Clean QCarbo16 review conclusion is to not touch it. You might have more luck with larger sizes, but there are alternative marijuana detox drinks out there I would recommend you buy instead, or grab a box of Sub Solution and take away the risk completely.