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Contains genetically modified ingredients

Posted on Feb 21, 2012

8 people found the following review helpful

I recently ordered a box of these out of curiousity and always open to new gluten-free crackers. When i searched the box, i could see that they were not organic and there was no mention of no gmo's. When I went to the website it said, "....We believe that foods developed through biotechnology are safe, and there's broad scientific consensus on this...."; I'm frankly surprised that iherb carries a product like this.

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the only sweetener I use

Posted on Sep 08, 2010

3 people found the following review helpful

Many years ago i had a honey addiction....because of some health challenges a friend recommended substituting rice syrup instead...apparently it is easier on the pancreas. The first month was getting used to the more subtle flavor. Now it is the only sweetener I use and honey is far too intense for me! I wish it wasn't so expensive, but it seems healthier than other sweeteners.

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wood betony is a wonderful herb

Posted on May 01, 2013

2 people found the following review helpful

Wood Betony has a long history of helping folks with various afflictions of the nervous system. Stachys officinalis is sometimes useful for headaches, muscle spasms, even pains in the gut and much more. Matthew Wood is a wonderful herbalist ~ anyone interested in detailed understanding of this herb and many others, you might find any of his books helpful. Personally I find Wood Betony helpful for relaxation of muscle spasms, especially before bedtime. Eclectic Institute is an excellent brand and I recommend this product.

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much thicker than magnesium "oil"

Posted on Sep 08, 2012

I thought this was a lot pricier than some magnesium "oil" that I have been purchasing on another site. Yet when it comes down to it, this is actually more economical, as it isn't thinned down so much with water as the other product. I like that this product has seaweed. Like the thinner magnesium "oil" the gel is itchy. I use it in a foot bath and also put over areas of the body that are in pain, then rinse it off. I've heard that magnesium chloride is more effective than epsom salts in a bath. A healthy way to let your body absorb the magnesium it needs without having to digest the pills.

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For a gentle system

Posted on Mar 25, 2007

Parasite cleanses can be tough on sensitive bodies....i found that i can handle this particular formula quite well.

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Posted on Sep 08, 2010

I've used this gomasio on my food for years. Quite delicious!

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Posted on Feb 22, 2012

Morning thunder is about the only black or mate' tea that I've been able to get used to. I add a bit of cardamom, a tad of rice syrup and some soy milk. It's not too stimulating, just a bit soothing and energizing. My only "complaint" is that it isn't organic, and I wish I could find an organic equivalent.

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