Detox drinks can be purchased froma variety of offline and online retailers, including CVS, GNC, Walgreens and Walmart. Many websites offer their own blend of detox drinks, such as Project Juice, and many others provide information on how to make them at home, like Dr. OZ and Shape online magazine.
GNC is a nutritional supplement store offering both offline and online sales. The website is available 24 hours a day and offers detox drinks, such as Garden Greens AcaiCleanse 48-hour that boasts the ability to flush the fat and reduce water weight and bloating and Total Eclipse Assure Detox that claims it canrid the body of major toxin levels. GNC carries a variety of brands with different flavor profiles and benefits to suit any consumer's needs.
CVS and Walgreens provide a wide variety of detox drink choices, both online and in their brick-and-mortar stores. CVS offers the B.N.G brand detox drink in grape, orange, tropical and cranberry flavors that are designed to cleanse at a medium toxin level with a simple one-step process. Walgreens offers an Agrolabs Acai daily cleanse detox drink that boosts energy levelsand immune systems and promotes a healthy digestive system.
Walmart sells HealthPlus colon cleanse mix in a strawberry flavor. The powder is mixed with water for a natural and fiber-rich drink. The mix is sweetened with Stevia, which is a 0-calorie, all-natural sweetener.