iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $2.79 (19% off)
good enough chia seeds
Posted by Reviewer1990387 on Nov 26, 2012
These were acceptable. I've had better. Some gritty, sand like seeds in it.
Posted by Reviewer1736908 on Jan 25, 2012
I like the Greens Plus Chia better.
Posted by Reviewer1940589 on Oct 29, 2010
Makes really "strong" gel when soaked and tastes more than seeds I have used before.
Too soon to comment
Posted by samanthak on Aug 15, 2013
I usually add it to my breakfast cereal, sometimes to my drinks too. The seeds tend to clump together but that's fine. I don't feel any difference before and after, but I guess the change would be gradual? I will keep on trying it as there are many good comments about this product.
Neutral About It
Posted by 5276414654041257343 on May 06, 2014
Tasteless and blend as expected.. I prefer Ruths Chia Goodness.. very nutty tasty.. crunchy too.
Surely can fill my stomach
Posted by Natural- on Apr 28, 2014
remember before you take, put some water or something enough time... or you can get stomachache
SACIAN PERO ME DAN DOLOR DE ESTOMAGO
Posted by UrsulaRupin on Jun 25, 2014
Siempre se las echo al yogur cuando tengo demasiado hambre y busco saciarme un poco y no tener tanta ansiedad con la comida. Al principio de tomarlas, me solia doler el estomago, pero pensé que sería de otra cosa, pero he podido comprobar que cada vez que las tomo al rato me duele un poco el estomago.....no sé si volvería a comprarlas..... ||| Si consideras útil esta información™ valorala, puedes entrar en mi página y ver otras reviews |||
Posted by 4783859909478803871 on Jun 01, 2014
It came in a defferent packaging, i hope its not old or something.
Posted by 4638668811000362813 on Jun 09, 2014
I left them in water or milk for a half a day.. it's so hard to get them swollen ..
Good stuff, a little hard on the stomach
Posted by 4630143249810779993 on Jul 07, 2014
My wife and I got this and tried the recommended serving size with some oatmeal. After soaking it in boiling water with the oatmeal, they swelled up in size. They don't taste too great, and gave both of us indigestion. I think a powdered/crushed version of this would be a bit more palatable. Also- soaking the seeds in water to make a 'gel' doesn't really work. You just get some water logged seeds, not a jelly. A little expensive for the net weight.