It's unknown whether you'll pass a drug test for marijuana using Total Eclipse Rely Detox drink. Some people claim that it has helped them to pass the test, and others have reported that it had no effect, and therefore they still failed.
There are a few reasons why there may be mixed results, and I'll try to explain in more detail below.
How is Total Eclipse Rely Detox supposed to work?
Total Eclipse Rely Detox claims to remove toxins from your system, and therefore remove the traces of marijuana that would be picked up on during a drugs test.
You're supposed to drink the formula a few hours before your test, and then drink lots of water to help flush out the toxins. In principle this seems like a decent way to remove the traces of marijuana from your system, but it's not that simple.
Why might Total Eclipse Rely Detox not work?
There are numerous reasons why Total Eclipse Rely Detox might not work for certain individuals, not least because the formula simply may not work at all.
On the assumption that it does, however, here are some other reasons for a failed test after drinking the formula:
- Not giving the formula enough time before the test to remove all toxins.
- Not drinking enough to help expel toxins after use.
- The test centre being aware of the drink and therefore testing for smaller percentages of marijuana.
- Having too many toxins for the drink to be effective.
As you can see, there are numerous reasons why you might fail a drugs test even after you've taken Total Eclipse Rely Detox.
As there have been no studies to test whether it does work or not, all you can go on is the feedback from other users. Feedback on the product provides mixed reviews, however, and so it's impossible to tell whether you'll be able to pass a drugs test if you take Total Eclipse Rely Detox.