Passing Drug Test with Palo Azul Detox Tea

Pass your Drug Test with Palo Azul Tea Detox

Passing Drug Test with Palo Azul Detox Tea

Palo Azul detox tea has been a buzzing topic on the internet as a body detoxification tool for several years now, including many mentions on popular websites and discussion boards.

It’s been promoted as a stellar remedy for passing a urinalysis, but is it really? We are going to take a look at what this detox drink is, how the detox process works, and the actual efficacy of this product.

Because let’s face it: when you are under the gun, you want to be sure the detox method you choose is going to get you the results that you need.

What is Palo Azul Tea?

Palo Azul is a Native American herb which grows most commonly in the dry, desert climate of South America. It is an attractive shrub with white flowers, but surprisingly, it is not the leaves or flowers that are of much value.

Actually, it’s the bark of the palo plant that is shaved off and boiled to make palo azul tea. People swear by the drink for its many medicinal properties.

Palo Azul tea has many proven health benefits:

  • Detoxification
  • Improved kidney function
  • Reduction of inflammation in your body
  • Joint health improvement
  • Natural urinary tract infection cure
  • Promotes weight loss
  • Mental health improvement
  • Works as an effective diuretic
  • Blood sugar regulation

For those of us who are suffering from health problems and searching for a natural cure without any side effects, Palo Azul tea might be the good news we’ve been searching for! But can it really help you pass a urinalysis with flying colors?

Palo Azul Tea Detox

Palo Azul tea helps detox the body in a few different ways. The tea works as a natural diuretic and is said to flush your kidneys of harmful toxins (fight against kidney diseases i.e. improve kidney health) and unwanted substances that tend to stick around in your bloodstream.

The tea also increases the need to urinate much more frequently, assisting in the detoxification of your body.

Some suggest that the blue dye, which naturally occurs in the tea, grabs onto carbs and fats and escorts them out of the body. Scientifically speaking, there is no proof to back-up any such claim.

Preparing and Drinking Palo Azul Tea

 

If you decide to take your chances and drink up some Palo Azul tea before the big test day, there are a few ways to do it. The highest quality base comes in the form of wood chips which you must boil to make palo azul tea.

Steeping the palo azul bark in boiling water releases all of the beneficial active ingredients, like sterols and ketones.

If you’re looking for a more traditional way to make the tea, you can find Palo Azul pre-packaged in tea bag form, but this method is not thought to be as potent as steeping the palo azul bark directly.

Palo Azul Tea and Urinalysis Screening

 

When preparing for a urinalysis screening, you should do a full detox regimen: drink a few glasses of the tea each day for the days leading up to the test day.

On the last day, end with a full detox. A full detox entails consuming a large quantity of the tea all at once within the hours leading up to your test. Be aware that the detox can cause gastrointestinal issues and mild discomfort.

At first look, this methodology seems pretty promising. While a Palo Azul detox is effective for the overall detoxification of your body, we should take a closer look at whether or not that effectiveness translates to the passing of a urinalysis.  

Does it work?

 

If you do a quick search of the internet, you will find many victorious stories of people who used the Palo Azul detox tea and passed their urinalysis. Good for them.

Unfortunately, there is no real scientific proof to back up those results. While there may be stories of success out there, there doesn’t seem to be any science to back it up, so it would appear that those people may have just gotten lucky.

In addition, many of the “real life” stories you will find were published by the companies selling the product. Keep this in mind when you do your research on the effectiveness of Palo Azul tea for passing a urine test.  

If you do choose to use Palo Azul tea to attempt to pass a urinalysis, be sure to use it correctly. Consume too little, and you may not pass the screening; consume too much, and you may dilute your sample, causing you to fail.

Also, keep in mind that Palo Azul tea is not an effective a remedy for those trying to flush out more significant amounts of substances.

Because the tea is primarily a diuretic, if you have a higher concentration of unwanted elements present in your urine, the drink won’t be as effective for you.

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Resources

http://europepmc.org/abstract/med/24176232

https://www.cvpharmacology.com/diuretic/diuretics

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323378.php

 

 

About Chris Wilder

Chris WilderChris Wilder spent many years working as a part-time phlebotomist, [and yes he knows all the vampire jokes] while honing his writing skills. In 2017 he gave up playing around with blood to become a full-time writer. While dealing with blood might seem a cold and analytical vocation, his role of phlebotomist required dealing with nervous patients who needed plenty of empathy and compassion, Chris has carried this over to his written work. He believes that Quick Fix Synthetic products are the best chance of success. With his wide knowledge in this field and his understanding of how urine drug tests can affect the lives of everyday people like you and me, Chris can explain in layman's turns all the important information you need to know. In his free time, he likes to hang out with friends and check out local bands drinking a glass or two of his favorite Makers Mark Bourbon, while enjoying a recreational smoke. To keep himself in shape he takes extremely short walks with Lola, his incredibly lazy pet pug.