Rescue detox ICE isn’t that popular, but is it because it’s just not well known, or is it because it’s a bad detox drink? In this quick Rescue detox review, I’m going to answer that key question for you.
I’ll also clear up a couple of misconceptions about what Rescue detox actually is. I’m a bit suspicious about it as a brand, and I’ll explain why I think they might be piggybacking a more trusted company in this review.
But I’ll also go through the Rescue detox ice instructions, explain the difference between the ICE drink and capsules, plus I’ll give you three alternative detox drinks and an entire alternative strategy to using Rescue Detox ICE.
Rescue Detox ICE Explained
Rescue detox ICE (Instant Cleansing Energy) is a 32 fluid ounce detox drink. If you put it side-by-side with a bottle of Rescue Cleanse by Clear Choice, you will be staggered at how similar they are.
They are the same size bottle, the same shape, the same color, and they both have a big Red Cross, the first-aid symbol prominently displayed.
For me, Rescue detox is piggybacking Rescue Cleanse popularity.
But to make it clear, Rescue detox is not made by Clear Choice, and in terms of quality, as this Rescue detox review will point out, they are incomparable.
Clear Choice rescue cleanse
What Are Rescue Detox ICE Caps?
There’s another confusion around Rescue detox as well. People talk about Rescue detox ICE, but they are actually talking about Rescue detox ICE caps (capsules).
Rescue detox ice caps are a set of 12 pills that you take with water in batches of four per hour. So it’s a detox product, but it’s not a drink like Rescue detox ICE drink is.
You also shouldn’t confuse Rescue detox ICE drink with another product marketed as Rescue detox by the same company. It’s called Rescue detox five day permanent. That’s a five day detox course of pills that is more like Toxin Rid in terms of structure, but nowhere near the same quality.
So as you can see, when people talk about Rescue detox, they are actually sometimes confusing four different products.
But in this Rescue detox review, I am talking about Rescue detox ICE drink.
Rescue Detox ICE Instructions
Rescue detox ice instructions are pretty basic, in fact, they are almost the same as any other detox drink on the market:
You should try and do a 48 hour detox before you use the drink. It’s not always necessary, especially if you have a strong detox drink, a small body size, or lower levels of toxins in your body. But the longer the detox you can do before the day of your test, the less work the detox drink will have to do.
About two hours before your test, drink the contents of the Rescue detox ice drink in about 15 minutes. Refill the bottle to the halfway mark, and then drink that over 15 minutes.
Urinate frequently over the next 60 minutes, and then submit your sample. So you’re looking to try and urinate at least three times by the time you’ve got to the testing location.
The top tip from me though is to make sure that you have a couple of home drug test kits handy. These literally cost a few dollars and are brilliant.
Use one and hour after you have finished drinking Rescue detox ice, and check if you are clean. If as I expect you probably aren’t clean, then drink more water, urinate again, and re-test yourself.
Having the home drug test kits handy can really give you an idea of how much trouble you are in.
Rescue detox ice caps
Rescue Detox ICE Review
The million dollar question is: does Rescue detox ice work? Unfortunately, as you probably already guessed, the answer that question is almost certainly no.
Looking at the ingredients, Rescue detox ice is not that potent. A lot of them are just general filler ingredients, there’s just not a lot of ingredients in there that I recognize as being linked to having the ability to push out drug toxins, and balance your urine by flooding your body with nutrients found in healthy urine.
A detox drink can only work if achieve those two things.
First, it has to flush out the toxins, and secondly, it has two flood your body with so many nutrients found in urine that your body passes some through to your bladder, keeping the appearance of the urine natural ready for when you are tested.
I know a couple of people who have failed using Rescue detox. One of them straight up said that they thought they were buying Rescue Cleanse at a lower price over-the-counter in a local store. But you can’t buy Rescue Cleanse in smoke shops or anywhere like that.
So for me, Rescue detox is a set of poor quality detox drinks and pills, that masquerade under the guise of higher quality products. I cannot recommend Rescue detox, and I wouldn’t advise you to rely on it to pass a urine sample drug test.
Better Detox Drinks And A Strategy That Works
So the conclusion of my Rescue detox review is negative.
However, I will now tell you about three better detox drinks that definitely do work:
(at a push I would also recommend Qcarbo32 as better than Rescue detox)
Ultra Eliminex is the most powerful. Then Rescue Cleanse, then Mega Clean. However, Mega Clean can be made into one of the most powerful drinks by buying it from Test Clear, where you can get it bundled up free with six powerful Toxin Rid pills. These will give you 24 hours of potent cleansing prior to the day of your test.
Rescue detox alternatives
I would always advise the best strategy for passing a drug test using a detox drink is to do a 48 hour detox beforehand. I would also advise you buy a one day course of Toxin Rid pills, or even better a two-day course from Test Clear as well.
If you buy Mega Clean, you get one day bundled up free, but if you are buying another detox drink, get yourself a potent two-day Toxin Rid course, and that will leave far less the detox drink to do on the day of your test.
Rescue detox ICE drink might work if you have low toxin exposure, or you do a full 48 hour detox with Toxin Rid pills.
But of the detox drinks, I’ve tested and reviewed, and use myself in live drug tests, the other three drinks I’ve mentioned above are far more potent and are recommended.