I haven't used these yet, so I really can't rate them.
I keep this on hand for times when I feel I am coming down with something. Then I take this along with vitamin E and folic acid.
I keep this on hand to use if I start to catch a cold or some other illness. The standardized extract is the best, because you know how much is in it.
Stevia white powder
I have used stevia white powder for years as a sweetner instead of sugar. It has recently become extremely expensive, so I ordered this smaller size this time due to cost. It is not the best value for the money, bu the other one was too much now.
I like to use this in the winter to help me stay well.
I have not opened this jar, but buckwheat honey is wonderful for when you have a cough. Some doctors recommend it as being better than cough syrup, and I think I agree.
I used this coconut milk to make a frozen ice cream type dessert and was pleased with it.
I have not opened this bottle, but I have used the product before in baking and like the results.
A gluten-free flour that can be used, usually in combination with other flours, for baking.
This is a good bread for gluten-intolerant people. It tastes good and doesn't fall apart so easily.
Brown rice flour
This is a good product for people who need to avoid wheat. I use it in baking, combining it with other flours.
Posted by Reviewer1583487 on Jul 11, 2011
I like this product very much. It is identical to Wobenzym M (I think that's the name) but not as expensive. I take them for muscle and joint pain as well as other enzyme benefits. Taken between meals they help for those things. Taken with meals they act as a digestive enzyme. They are good for sore muscles, back spasms, injuries, etc. If I run out and am without these for several days, I can tell the difference - more pain.