A lot of our readers have been asking whether Jazz Total Detox was one of the products we had already reviewed.
To our surprise, it wasn’t on the list of now more than 50 detox drinks that we had tried out and put through our home urine drug test routine.
It seemed like at least some of the attraction was down to the different flavor options, but this tends to set off some alarm bells.
If a product was really any good at removing toxins from the body, then would you really need to focus on flavors?
Let’s find out.
What Is Jazz Total Detox?
Now, what we found rather interesting was that the label on the bottle stated that it could help to cleanse:
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However, I have to stop you right there and say that you should not take that as an indication that this would be suitable for all types of drug tests.
Once we get to the ingredients and how it’s designed to work, you’ll understand why that simply cannot be the case.
Jazz Total Detox Ingredients
Let me say something first.
The label on Jazz Total Detox is pretty bad.
All you get is a list of all ingredients bundled together without an indication of how much of each it contains. It took our nutrition nerds on the team quite some time to figure it out, but we did find a few things that looked positive.
There are a couple of things that I need to highlight here, and our science nerds here at the office were able to find some interesting studies.
The question was whether the information we gathered supported the detox claims on the bottle.
1 - Vitamins
Yes, they are most important for your immunity, but they may also play a role in your metabolism and detoxification processes. However, I wouldn’t be relying on just a few vitamins to help you pass a drug test.
2 - Taurine
Now, this was a more interesting ingredient. I’ve seen it as a stimulant on bottles of sports and energy drinks. But during our research, we found that it has also been shown to trigger detox processes .
3 - L-Lysine
Apparently, this is often recommended for healing properties in the body. However, the main reason it’s probably included in this detox drink is that it’s often used to help heroin users to detox .
4 - L-Tyrosine
This one doesn't directly impact detox, and I’m not 100% convinced it’s really needed. According to some of our research, it’s often used to help with drug withdrawal symptoms .
I guess you’d have to be quite a heavy smoker to possibly need this.
5 - Creatine
Finally, there’s creatine, which plays an important role in making sure that your piss maintains the right creatinine levels. If these levels dip too low for a drug test, then it could be flagged for a second test.
More on this in the next section.
How Does Jazz Detox Drink Work?
Jazz Detox Drink works by stimulating your liver and kidneys to remove more drug toxins and flush them out through urine.
By peeing several times after following the product instructions, the toxins in your pee should dilute and become less detectable for normal lab tests.
However, there’s a downside to the dilution.
If your urine becomes too clean, then it lacks normal levels of creatinine. This is something that a lot of labs check for. Levels that are too low are going to raise a red flag.
I have to also get back to something I said above about not misunderstanding the label. It does say that it may cleanse blood, sweat, saliva, and a load of other areas.
But from a drug test perspective, it’s unlikely to provide enough cleansing to pass a test. And a few online review comments we saw seemed to confirm that.
Jazz Total Detox Instructions
The instructions on the bottle are pretty straightforward, and they seem to match all other similar products that we’ve tested.
Here’s what you need to do.
Drink the full bottle within a few minutes and then refill it with water. Wait about 15 minutes before you start drinking the water.
This should give your body some time to start absorbing the ingredients and trigger some higher kidney activity.
You’ll need to drink the bottle of water within about 15 minutes, followed by another refill.
According to the label, you should pee at least 3 to 4 times over the next 60 to 90 minutes. And it’s this process that would help with passing the toxins through your pee.
The instructions also state that you shouldn’t do a lot of exercise leading up to the detox. Now, it doesn’t say this, but I believe the reason is that the more physically active you are, the more fat cells might be burned.
And unfortunately, fat cells store some of the drug toxins that might show up on a drug test.
Jazz Detox Drink Side Effects?
So, we talked to a few people who had tried Jazz Detox, and we also spent many hours reading through all the reviews we could find. So far, we’re going to have to say that we couldn’t find any reports of side effects.
However, there are two things that you may want to be aware of.
First of all, Jazz Total Detox is full of sugar, and this could cause blood glucose spikes. For diabetics, this could be an issue.
Secondly, the taurine in it may have stimulating effects. If you’re going to drink it later in the day, then you might end up struggling with sleep.
How Much Does Jazz Total Detox Cost ?
Jazz Total Detox costs about $35 per bottle, and I would say that makes it one of the more expensive detox drinks available.
There are some occasional offers where you might be able to bulk-buy it at a cheaper rate. But once you read our test results below, you might want to consider some other options.
What Kind Of Tests Is It Suitable For?
This is the big question we tried to figure out. Because the label has such a long list of body fluids and parts that it claims would be cleansed, you might jump to the conclusion that it could work for a load of different drug tests.
However, the way the product is going to be taken only focuses on flushing out your liver and kidneys.
My best guess would be that it would do very little to help with a blood or saliva drug test.
Now, you could argue that if you stayed clean for a few weeks and went through the process several times a week, that you would ultimately pass other types of tests.
However, we did read a few reviews where people tried this, and the results were not reliable enough to chance it.
Our Jazz Total Detox Test Results
As with all the detox drinks we have reviewed, we always order a few home urine test kits and then pick a good party weekend to see exactly how well it would work.
So, two days after some partying, I went through the standard process and then took a urine sample after 90 minutes, 2, and 3 hours.
And what happened?
They all failed.
We even tried with two bottles of Jazz Total Detox. And the results there were that 50% passed.
So, unfortunately, we cannot give it our recommendation.
How long does Jazz Detox keep you clean?
Apparently, Jazz Detox should keep you clean for up to 5 hours. However, there are quite a few online reviews that would not support this. There seems to be a very narrow window where it might work, and even then, the failure rate seems high.
How long does Jazz Detox take to work?
Jazz Detox takes about 60 to 90 minutes to work, based on the information on the label and some online reviews. However, based on our own results and online review comments, we found it wasn’t strong enough even after waiting for another hour.
Is Jazz Total Detox Worth The Money?
Based on our research and testing, we wouldn’t recommend that you spend your money on this product. There are also quite a few reviews that confirm our own results with a home drug test.
So, what should you do?
Our top recommendation is still Rescue Cleanse. It just seems to have the right types and amounts of active ingredients. The reviews are also far more positive, with many comments that it works for the most common urine testing.
Order yours today and find out for yourself how well it works.