Omni Cleansing Liquid is a type of supplement that was created to rid toxins and chemicals from the body. The product has gained a lot of attention since there are claims that if used correctly, Omni Cleansing Liquid can help a person pass a urine drug test. The supplement is meant to be used daily to have a healthier and toxin-free body. It is important to remember that all claims made by the manufacturer have not been approved by the U.S. Federal Drug Administration.
Drink a full glass of water before using the Omni Cleansing Liquid. Also avoid toxins, such as drugs and alcohol, at least 24 to 48 hours before you start the cleansing program. Any type of food should also be avoided two hours before taking the product and two hours after doing the cleanse.
Shake the bottle to mix up the contents. Consume 1 oz. of the Omni Cleansing Liquid. The mixture is fruit flavored, so it has a sweet taste.
Take the four herbal detox capsules included with the Omni Cleansing Liquid. Each package contains not only the liquid, but also four capsules intended to help remove toxins from the body.
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Swallow 16 oz. of water. Along with the capsules, another two glasses of water are consumed. Continue to drink water throughout the day to dilute the urine.
Urinate often. To remove toxins from the body, you should urinate often while doing the cleanse.
Avoid toxins following the cleanse. Before and after the detox program, you should not take any toxic substances.
There is no guarantee that using the Omni Cleansing Liquid will help you pass a urinalysis for drugs. If you want to produce a clean urine, you should steer clear of any illegal drugs.
Stop taking the Omni Cleansing Liquid if you develop any side effects, such as nausea, headache, rash and stomach upset.
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