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heavy metals

Posted by Romlenz on Oct 18, 2013 | Verified Purchase

According to a lab test this Chinese brand was full of heavy metals. Avoid like the plague.

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heavy metals

Posted by Romlenz on Oct 18, 2013 | Verified Purchase

This algae has a bit too much of heavy metals (according to lab results made last year).

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great

Posted by Romlenz on Dec 05, 2014 | Verified Purchase

Good quality. My Spiced herbal tea recipe (two cups): 1/2 tsp cardamom, a piece of vanilla pod or powder, a small piece of star anise, 1 tsp licorice root, 1 tsp marshmallow root, 1 tsp pau-d'arco, a quarter tsp of green stevia, 1 tsp fennel seed, a small piece of Sri Lankan cinnamon, 1 tsp dandelion root, 1/2 tsp carob. Experiment is the way to go.

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great stuff

Posted by Romlenz on Jan 21, 2015 | Verified Purchase

Good quality. Nice to mix as a tea with Pau d'Arco Bark (Frontier Natural), Rooibos (Starwest Botanicals), Anise Seed Whole, or Fennel (Starwest Botanicals), Powdered Stevia Herb (Frontier Natural), Cardamom, Decorticated Whole(Starwest Botanicals), and Licorice Root(Starwest Botanicals). For a huge cup (500ml) use a tsp of each, except for cardamom where a 1/4 of a tsp is plenty. Simmer for 5min, turn off the heat, and infuse for 10 min. then reheat a bit. Sometimes I change a few herbs and root in order to get other minerals and vital stuff into my body. After a month or so Licorice can be overpowering in taste. Other tea herbs: Burdock, German Chamomile Flowers, slippery elm, Star Anise, Gotu Kola, Astragalus Root, Elder(European Berries), Hawthorn Berries, otanicals, Linden Leaf & Flower, Marshmallow Root etc

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Very pale stuff...

Posted by Romlenz on Oct 18, 2013 | Verified Purchase

Almost no taste compared to other brands of Raw Cacao powder. You could eat this straight from the bag and it would have almost no taste. Is this Cacao? Balinese Cacao is extremely mild and tasteless, even your ordinary carob has more flavour.

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It's supposed to be good for ya...

Posted by Romlenz on Jan 19, 2015 | Verified Purchase

Great to have a veg. omega3 oil made from an algae, but the price is way to high. I guess the companies that started with the omega3 production saw an opportunity to make a load of money, and now the companies that make the algae form of omega3 can ride on that wave. Some nutritionists recommended five gels a day (that is five time more than the suggested dose), in which case a tube will last for less than two weeks, and not two months as suggested by the company. A two months supply will cost $117. Which is fine if you are rich... and the rest of us are stuck in a bit of a rut here...

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just started it

Posted by Romlenz on Jan 19, 2015 | Verified Purchase

This is not a review, but iHerb keeps on sending "review emails" and I'm wondering how are we supposed to review a product that we just purchased? Anyway, olive leaf is an old remedy, so it should be good. I'm giving only three stars, because you have to take three pills (minimum I guess). Why not pack more olive leaf into one pill? Is the company afraid of selling 30 capsules (instead of 100) for $6? More is better?

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Good stuff

Posted by Romlenz on Oct 26, 2014 | Verified Purchase

Great taste in smoothies. But for those addicted to junk food, maybe this is a bit too complex in taste.

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Good quality

Posted by Romlenz on Jan 21, 2015 | Verified Purchase

Nice in Indian spice tea , ground up in deserts with Stevia, Indian dishes or in a Garam Masala (to be added once you curry is done - anise seed, black pepper, cardamom, bay leaf, hing, clove or your imagination), which you grind up before each session. Spices should be purchased whole which one grinds just before using it (put the leftovers in the freezer, and use up soon!) Never buy ground spices and herbs, as the essential oils have evaporated long ago. (Probably other good things have evaporated as well).

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Good quality

Posted by Romlenz on Jan 13, 2014 | Verified Purchase

Great when freshly ground. Not a good idea to use too much as it might taste a bit like pepper.

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