good immune support
Posted by Reviewer2184517 on Mar 23, 2007
very helpful at the beginning of cold/flu
I like to use this as a substitute for powdered icing sugar to coat cookies, top muffins, etc. I used a combination of date sugar and xylitol to make "peppernuts" (Russian Christmas cookies) and it worked very well.
Nifty little seeds
Posted by Reviewer2184517 on Feb 25, 2009
Now, this is something new for me and I'm really enjoying putting them in smoothies, salad dressings, muffins, etc. I've made "raw" pudding with them, which turned out pretty well - just mix the seeds with almond (or whatever) milk and the chia seeds will make it thicken naturally - no heat! Lots of recipes on line for chia seed pudding.
I really like this stuff. It does seem to clean my teeth better than "regular" dental floss - I don't mind the cardamom flavor.
Not sure that it's significantly better than other conditioners, but it works well and has a nice smell.
Posted by Reviewer2184517 on Apr 29, 2010
200 mg at night helps me sleep right through.
Great for my naturally curly hair!
I don't try to straighten my hair by blow drying, but this product makes it soft and silky, and maybe takes a tiny bit of the curl out. I like it much better than mousses that tend to make my hair crunchy.
Very thin, but still absorbent.
Intense, but good
I don't like these on their own (bitter), but they're a nice addition to a banana/chocolate smoothie. I trust that I'm getting some extra anti-oxidants by throwing them in.
Easy and tasty
Quinoa is great. Much faster than cooking brown rice and it's high in protein.
keep a stash in my purse
I usually use liquid stevia drops for my hot and iced tea, but was sick of carrying around the sticky bottle in my purse. These little packets are great.
Seems to work
These taste pretty good (much better than the low sugar Sambucol lozenges) and do seem to keep a cold at bay, if taken when I'm first feeling the symptoms.
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