If you've been shopping at GNC, you may have seen Herbal Clean's Quick Tabs and QCaps on the shelves. Maybe you want to buy some, but they don't stock Quick Tabs at GNC?
Here's a quick guide to what these products actually do and how to use them correctly.
What are Quick Tabs from GNC?
Quick Tabs are made by a company called Herbal Clean. They're marketed as a body-cleansing solution, but they actually have another underlying purpose: to pass urine drug tests.
If you're one of the many people in America that regularly face urine drug screenings, Herbal Clean's Quick Tabs and QCaps can be a lifesaver. These pills basically function by sending your body's natural cleansing mechanism (i.e. the urinary system) into overdrive for a short period. This then flushes toxins out of your urine and prevents them from accumulating for a few hours, long enough to safely pass a urine drug test.
Of course, all that extra peeing means your urine's characteristics will change. Normally this would cause problems with an adulterant test, but Quick Tabs and QCaps are fortified with creatine and B-vitamins to avoid this.
If you're wondering if there's a difference between Quick Tabs and QCaps, the latter is basically a more potent version. This may be useful if you regard yourself as a heavy user or if you have a higher than average body weight.
How are Quick Tabs used?
In short, you use Quick Tabs by gradually taking them with water shortly before your test. You need to start the process at least an hour before giving a urine sample, but don't start too early, because the effects may wear off too soon.
You start by taking four tabs on an empty stomach with 12 ounces of water. After 20 minutes, take another three tabs, again with 12 ounces of water. After another 20 minutes, take your last three tabs with yet another 12 ounces of water.
It's then just a matter of trying to relax, but make sure you visit the washroom (i.e., pee) at least twice before going to your drug test. You should avoid drinking any other fluids during this process, as it might affect your results. If you're over 180 pounds, however, Herbal Clean recommends that you increase the amount of water to 20 ounces each time.
What if they don't stock Quick Tabs at GNC?
If your local GNC doesn't have them in stock, you can buy Quick Tabs and other detox pills from an online store. You'll also find these stores stock alternatives from other brands, including detox drinks, which do much the same thing but come in liquid form.
Some of these stores are specialized in drug-testing solutions, so you can be sure you're getting the right products. Even if you need to take a hair or saliva drug test, you can find special detox shampoos and mouthwashes. Sometimes you may not even know in advance the sort of drug test you'll need to take, so getting a complete kit can cover all eventualities.