iHerb Customer Reviews
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Posted by Reviewer2879438 on May 18, 2008
love it...easy way to get extra fiber..adds some bulk to my protein drink
Posted by Reviewer3247004 on Jun 07, 2008
excellent product. will continue to re-order from iHerb
Tasty and easy to swallow
Posted by Reviewer2941571 on Jun 15, 2008
This product mixes well in a shaker cup. I love drinking it right after a workout because it has protein in it.
Posted by Reviewer3103581 on Jun 04, 2010
I really enjoy the taste of this fiber. I do mix with plain psyllium seed.
More Than Fiber
Posted by FitFabnGlowy on Mar 02, 2016
Super Seed has a really nice mild cinnamon taste. Chock full of omega 3 fatty acids from flax and chai seeds. It has sprouts and probiotics. This really helps with my gut flora and I find it really helps stave off yeast that I'm susceptible to. I love to mix this with my very own greens drink mix which includes: Garden of Life's Perfect Food Raw (or BarleyMax by Halleluja Acres), Acerola Cherry Powder (Now), Navitas Twister Super Fruit Blend of goji, pomegranite and acai and Navitas Maca powder. I mix it all together in water and chug it down. Yumm!!
Garden of life super seed
Posted by Reviewer2088366 on Jun 28, 2010
It tastes wonderful and is full of nutrients.
Love this product!
Posted by Reviewer3194469 on Jul 01, 2010
Us it daily. Just feel better when I use it. Have good well being from use. Mix it with my protein drink.
Posted by Reviewer2750274 on Jul 23, 2010
Posted by Reviewer1867676 on Aug 10, 2010
Good source of fiber - taste is not bad. I use it with cereal in morning
Great product for those who are healing
Posted by Reviewer2663858 on Aug 17, 2010
because of the sprouted grains and seeds and fermentation process that predigests and also the addition of probiotics, I was able to take this well with no bloating or gastric distress. Excellent for those healing their gut mucosa of illness. It is in a different planet from psyllium and flax seeds plain. Good for healing of candida yeast/mold overgrowth., sprouting turns grains into a vegetable verses a starchy grain.