iHerb Customer Reviews
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Great for cleaning espresso machines, really.
Posted by Reviewer3067509 on Nov 24, 2009
Good price, good product. Thanks iherb
Posted by 5527718884908282837 on Nov 18, 2013
I used to use ACV for my hair rinses but even after thorough washing my hair still smelt! People moved away from me on buses :( I switched to using a teaspoon of this in a Litre of water for my conditioner and it works just the same if not better! My hair is smoother than it was with ACV. Way more convenient as well, and no lingering smell
Does the job I wanted it to do!
Posted by Reviewer1059128 on Dec 23, 2008
I got this to mix with water to replace a diluted vinegar rinse in removing the alkalinity that shampoo bars can leave on the hair, because I don't like using stinky vinegar. It worked great! :) It was pretty easy detangling my hair using the rinse.
Posted by healthybratt on Feb 02, 2008
Works good in homemade dishwasher soap and makes a nice cocktail for a belly-ache when mixed in baking soda and water.
Posted by Reviewer1457920 on Nov 09, 2008
Your product arrived in good time. I have used it to get stains out of the toilet water tamk. It worked! Thank you. Ingrid
works as catalyst to oxygen-based colon cleanser
Posted by 5342421467929814951 on Jan 04, 2014
I am using this together with Now Foods Magnesium Oxide on iHerb to create oxygen based colon cleansing product for myself. After taking this combo, I go to toilet almost every 30 mins. I feel clean afterwards inside, and it has improved my digestion.
Great for sprouting
Posted by Reviewer2024678 on Aug 27, 2010
I bought this to use in preventing mold in my broccoli sprouts. Works like a charm!
Posted by Reviewer2298319 on Apr 26, 2010
It did its job just perfect.
Posted by patehosplace on Jul 04, 2010
I buy this citric acid to take with MMS (Miracle Mineral Solution) founded by Jim Humble. Check it out. This citric acid is perfect and priced just as perfect!
Good disinfectant for garden vegetables
Posted by Reviewer2132900 on Aug 06, 2010
I use it to disinfect dandelion leaves picked from the garden just dip them in the solution as per instructions and leave for short time 10 minutes or so, leave too long and the green leaves turn yellow and limp. Next I dry the leaves so they are barely moist then cut them up in smaller pieces and place in leaf shredder (Oster Food Processor made by Sunbeam) before shredding I add whole wheat flour enough to keep the leaves from sticking to the shredder then place it directly in the freezer. Frozen dandelion leaves keep well for a year at least.