Xtreme Detox Review
When we see multi-day detox products with hyped up names and marketing, we’re always very cautious about them. And Bella All Natural Extreme Detox powder is one such product that caught our attention.
Many of our readers asked if we knew anything about the product or the company, so we had to do some research.
It was a bit more difficult to find real customer reviews. And despite some heavy advertising in the herbal space, most users seemed to be in the weight loss space.
That did make us a bit suspicious, but we kept an open mind.
Here’s what we found.
What Is Xtreme Detoxification?
Xtreme Detoxification powder claims to be a fast multi-day detox based on natural herbs to help remove toxins from your digestive system, kidneys, and liver.
The company that manufactures Xtreme predominantly makes dietary supplements that may help to boost energy levels and help with weight loss, but it seems to be marketed in some areas that our readers would be familiar with.
We’ll get to how to use it shortly, but what’s important to note here is that this isn’t a fast 1-hour solution, so we kept that in mind for testing.
There are quite a lot of herbal ingredients contained in Xtreme, and many of them would be common in the weight loss industry. But some of them are designed for general detox and certain organ functions.
Let me show you a list first:
Now, I won’t bore you with all the details of how they may or may not work. I’ll just pick a couple to show you what we think the company’s intention is.
For example, alfalfa is known to be a mild diuretic which could help with removing toxins from your stomach .
Papaya leaf, on the other hand, is known to boost liver and kidney function. The big question is whether the dosage is strong enough for some higher toxin levels.
“Papaya leaf juice is a great detox drink that has high levels of phytochemicals and flavonoids that work together to cleanse your blood, improve blood circulation, and protect your liver and kidneys from inflammation.”
– Deepa Gupta, Writer at TheStatesman.com
The rest of the ingredients are a mix of stomach and kidney detoxes, with most of them geared towards flushing out your gut.
That might explain the test results we’ll get to shortly.
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How Do You Use It?
This is where Xtreme is quite different from other products we normally test and review.
It’s not a way to suddenly flush out your system in a few hours, but Xtreme rather works by taking a multi-day approach.
The instructions are quite simple.
- Avoid toxins for five or more days
- Mix one tablespoon of the powder with 8 to 16 ounces of water on an empty stomach
- Drink plenty of water
To be honest, this does make it sound like much more than a gentle cleanse to help with a health condition.
Let’s check out our test results.
Does It Work?
Based on the high customer ratings, you might jump to the conclusion that Xtreme is the next best thing.
But we already hinted at why we think those are high.
We went through the instructions as recommended and then used urine test kits like the ones they use in labs.
Out of 6 tests, we got 4 failures, which means that this isn’t a good option to use in preparation for a drug test.
I’m sure it works great for removing toxins for general health and wellbeing, and it might even give you much higher energy levels.
But it’s not one you’ll see us using.
So, What’s Your Best Alternative To Xtreme?
Our favorite fast detoxification option is still Clear Choice Rescue Cleanse. The formula just seems to work great even for higher levels of toxins.
We regularly retest it, as formula changes could impact test results over time. And so far, it’s still the one option that may provide the most consistent results.
Check out our detailed review and test results, and order your Rescue Cleanse today to see how well it works.