"You might see them advertised in High Times or other places around the internet, but there is no real scientific evidence that urine cleansers are effective. They can be pricy (ranging from $20 - $50), mostly because they're preying on people who are freaking out about possibly losing their jobs. But if you read the ingredients, they usually contain herbal diuretics like goldenseal, that can easily be purchased at the drug store for half the cash (and it probably won't even work anyhow). Plus, because most urine cleansers instruct that you chug the drink about an hour before your test, you're really gambling by trusting that your metabolism operates at the same rate as the company's testing group. "
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