Now look, the first thing that jumped out to me about the instructions is you’re drinking the 8 fluid ounce Stinger detox Buzz bottle, and then four bottles of water, for a total of 40 fluid ounces of liquid in about 30 minutes. For you Europeans, that’s 1.1 L of liquid.
But here’s the thing. The seven-day detox contains the exact same proprietary blend of ingredients as Stinger Buzz.
Now you would think that Stinger “The Buzz” deep system cleanser would be comparable to the Stinger instant detox 5X instant strength. But the instant strength is $15 more than Stinger Buzz.
So in effect, you’re taking a slightly more concentrated version of Stinger detox each time. So for me, there’s no real difference between the two, and I’m not convinced either of them will really work.
Stinger detox The Buzz instructions for use are quite straightforward:
Does Stinger detox work? For me, no it doesn’t.
But yes, it’s got to the point of this Stinger detox The Buzz review where we have to answer the question: does Stinger detox work?
Also, what I found confusing is: if it’s the strongest personal cleanser available, why is it cheaper than two other types of very similar Stinger detox drinks?
The Stinger detox range consists of several products with similar names, but with slightly different claimed abilities:
This Stinger detox "the Buzz" review is going to tell you everything you need to know about how good this Stinger detox product actually is. I'll tell you the ingredients of The Buzz, that special proprietary blend which is meant to be at the heart of why it allegedly works to clean out drug toxins permanently.