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Really great quality oil.

Posted on Apr 17, 2014

I use this on my sensitive skin, and I feel it is nurturing and good. But we are so different with regards to such products, so I am not going to argue for anyone else. (As other people may find this too greasy and too smelly etc etc.)

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Another great addition to get some easy calories.

Posted on Jul 10, 2013

I have food allergies and intolerances (dairies, gluten, fruits etc etc.) and of some reason I tolerate the Larabar enegy bars well. I have tried most Larabar energy bars in a matter of two months, and not all taste as well. But this one tasted really well. And it agreed with my stomach. Five stars.

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I thought cocoa would smell awful on my skin. How wrong I was.

Posted on Apr 17, 2014

I sometimes use it on my face in the evening, and I wake up with the feeling of the skin being soft and nice. And the smell of chocolate; in advance I thought it would be sickening. But it is not. My sense of smell is strong, but I find this smell gentle for my nose. (Different individuals will of course have different preferences and experiences of course.) Other unscented creams (for skin) with lots of different ingredients in them I smell all too well (exactly because of the many different ingredients), that these so-called 'unscented' creams can have a real sickening impact on me. Also since I am hypersensitive to a lot of substances (which many are unbeknownst to me), my eyes may feel and look puffy and run. (And no, I am not applying close to the area of the eyes for such a reaction to take place.) But I experience no problems with the smell or get any adverse reaction using this cocoa butter cream. It smells strongest when I apply it, but even then I tolerate the smell well. When I wake up in the morning, much of the scent have faded. And probably have I also become accustomed to that particular scent.

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Feels nice on the facial skin.

Posted on Jul 10, 2013

I like this one. I expected it to smell coconut, but it didn't. And am glad it didn't. I am not very fond about scents. The oil felt nice to the skin and didn't become very oily either. My skin felt soft. I forgot to look into the mirror to see whether I looked ten years younger though ;-) Five stars.

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Absolutely fantastic taste!

Posted on Jul 10, 2013

I received the package yesterday and today I brewed tea on this. Licoice root, cinnamon, anise, orange peel, chamomile and cloves, it really sounds a bit much of Christmas to me. Yes, it had a slight taste of Christmas, but not too much. In fact I found this tea very refreshing. Anyway, regarding licorice root (Glycyrrhiza glabra), it seems to be a 'miracle' herb according to some sites. Mention a complaint and it works for it. I don't believe in such extreme claims. But it has a well-documented reputation for healing ulcers Also licorice root is fifty times sweeter than sugar, without the ill-effects that white sugar provides. So if feeling the urge for something naturally sweet, this is it. Definitely five stars from me.

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Who needs dinner and dessert when we have this one?

Posted on Jul 10, 2013

First the taste of the dark chocolate appeared with a hint of vanilla. Next came the burning sensation from the chilli. And at last came a really desired taste of berries. It all really balanced so well; the nice bitterness of the chocolate, the spice from the chilli and finally the fresh taste of the berries. Finally as the overwhelming variety of different tastes faded, a really nice vague sweetness remained in my mouth. So many nice tastes in one bite, hence my subject line! The taste of sour was fortunately not included here. I would not enjoy the taste of pickled herring along with the other tastes ;-) Of course I wasn't serious about the headline though, as we need a healthy rich diet. I have only tasted this chocolate today, but I already love it!

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Typical old fashioned chocolate.

Posted on Jul 11, 2013

This chocolate tastes just as it is named; in addition to the chocolate it's a hint of toffee and almonds. And it has a sweetness that carries me back to my childhood; it's a typical milky and sweet chocolate that should appeal to most kids. Having intolerance against dairies, I only tasted a small bite though, for this review. Five stars.

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Greatest Citrulline product I have ever tried.

Posted on Jan 01, 2014

I am hypersensible to quite a lot of substances, and with NOW's L-Citrulline, I would feel sick for each capsule I took. And a certain pain would be felt in my stomach. (I would also react on a third brand to which name I now don't recall.) With Primaforce's Citrulline Malate powder, I don't feel bad in my stomach at all. On NOW's Citrulline declaration it doesn't reveal the process to which their citrulline is produced. May it be some other type of chemical compounds used as a basis than the ones Primaforce uses? Because Primaforce's Citrulline is made up by Citrulline Malate. (Perhaps NOW's product is made up by something else than 'malate'?) Unlike NOW's product, Primaforce's Citrulline product has no helping agents in it. (I doubt it is the helping agents that I react on regarding NOW's Citrulline product, since I tolereate those same help agents in other products, so I do believe it is their citrulline itself I react on.) I really love Primaforce's Citrulline product, and I feel great effect by taking it. Beware though, that this powder has a very strong acidic/citrus taste. Significantly more than the two other products that I have tried. But that should be no problem if you mix it with juice. (You may wonder why I know that NOW's product has a less strong acidic/citric taste, since they have their citrulline product packed into gelatine capsules: Unless a product tastes absolutely awful, I always open the gelatine capsules and pour the content straight on my tongue.) Primaforce Citrulline Malate product undoubtly gets top score from me.

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I didn't buy this for me, but I kept one for myself!

Posted on Apr 17, 2014

I don't really suffer from dry hands. But when I tested this hand cream, I was amazed by the neutral smell of it. And as a sensitive person, I didn't get any bad reaction to the smell of it. Since the ingredients are natural, one can use the cream to other areas than the hands. I don't use it on my hands, but other places. On my skin of course - it becomes too expensive to rub this cream on all the walls! :o)

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Great for sunburn! (This aloe is almost as pure as you can get it.)

Posted on Apr 17, 2014

Hadn't it been for the Xanthan gum I would call it 'all pure'. Xanthan gum isn't a bad product, but I feel it makes the gel less pure. Of course, had it been more pure, it would be more runny again. But a runny aloe gel doesn't bother me - for my use. But I truly love this gel! It is the closest to another gel I used years ago. If you - or someone in your family - get a burn from the sun, use this as soon as you discover the burn, and I can almost guarantee you that within hours, the redness is gone. This is of course, if you haven't got yourself a second degree burn. But even if the burn is severe, I believe that this aloe gel is able to prevent some of the worst damage on the skin. Other people use aloe gel as a skin moisturizer. I personally don't like any aloe gel products on my skin on a daily basis, as they dry on and feel like a stiff mask on my face.)

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A fourth of this is sugars.

Posted on Sep 27, 2014

Unfortunately I have a real measurable problem towards a range of food substances, so unlike many people who have jumped on the trendy gluten free diet by choice, I can't suddenly choose to eat gluten again. For more than twenty years I have had problems finding nice tasting products for my diet. Often the fabricated products for people on a gluten- and dairy free diet are bland, at least in Scandinavia. Therefore I use iHerb and other sources to find alternatives to my diet. So I received this cereal without really knowing what to expect. But after testing it I must say that I really like the taste of this particular cereal. The declared nutrients for many cereals are typically hiding behind 'serving size' instead of using a standard volume for measuring the nutrients. This fools many people to believe that it is less sugars in a cereal than it really is. This cereal is no exception. Because it must be said that it is used more than enough sugars in it. (Btw: "natural maple flavor", does it mean that it is not real maple syrup in this?) In fact, even when it is not refined (white) sugar in this, it nevertheless might be too much sugars in this for some people: More than a fourth (28%) of the carbohydrates are sugars. And since more than 80% of the cereal consists of carbohydrates, it means that approximately a fourth of what you ingest of this cereal is sugars. Although my body has no problems with food rich on glycemics, I still think the content of sugars in this cereal could be less without threatening the good taste. I remove one star because of it.

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Echinacea, nice for colds - supposedly.

Posted on Jul 10, 2013

I haven't bought this to myself, but to some other person. The supplement seems fine, is the feedback I get. Personally I have only have one cold in ten years, and it is not due to taking Echinacea: Longer back in time (the 1990s, when Echinecae was the latest rage, by impulse I bought it and decided to test it. Not because I was troubled by colds. I usually got a cold every third year or even less. The strangest thing happened: After I had been using Echinacea for a week, I developled cold. A coincidence I thought. I tried Echinacea again a couple of years later. The same thing occurred! I developed a cold after a week or two. And the same happened a third time! So yes, to me Echinacea works against cold... but only if I DON'T take it ;-) The person I gave it to didn't report any bad side-effects, but didn't feel much better either. Since Echinacea evidently has some documentation that it generally really works, I will give this product four stars. If not because at least it wasn't pricey.

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