What makes it even more suspicious, is if you look at Stinger Detox on Amazon, where they can’t make up, or control the publishing of reviews, the feedback is very mixed, with many negative reviews. For me, Amazon is going to be far more honest than the company’s own website.
I don’t think I need to tell you that the answer the question around does Stinger detox work for probation, or work at all, is probably no. So I’m going to finish this Stinger Detox review, by telling you about detox drinks that have worked for me.
I even abstained from smoking weed for two days beforehand, but that was more about not being able to get hold of my usual supplier, rather than doing it for the purposes of conducting a test. In fact, that’s what prompted me to test Stinger that day, rather than any great plan.
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- Stinger whole-body one-hour cleanser $34.95
- Stinger instant detox regular strength $59.95
- Stinger instant detox 5X strength $69.95
- Stinger seven Day permanent detox liquid $59.95
- Stinger seven-day permanent detox liquid 5X strength $69.95
- Stinger Buzz 5X extra strength liquid $54.95
Stinger Detox is a range of cleansing drinks, sold by the company of the same name. They aren’t cheap, and you can choose from the following in the range:
So for me, it’s meant to be the strongest detox formula possible, but it didn’t work for me when other comparable detox drinks have on a frequent and consistent basis.
So look, if you’re wondering where to buy Stinger Detox, for the purposes of this review, I bought mine from their own website, stingerdetox.com. They had a sale on, so actually got Stinger Buzz for $44.95, $10 cheaper. Also, I knew it would be real, original, not fake.
Instructions for using Stinger Buzz are as follows:
Stinger Detox is another brand of detox drink that has been around for a number of years, and has a strong reputation, despite a lot of online reviews saying it's not reliable. So I thought I would do a Stinger Detox review to answer the key questions for you.