iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $5.29 (46% off)
Posted by Reviewer2674163 on Mar 02, 2008
This stuff is a very finely ground powder of the whole stevia leaf. It tastes as whole stevia should, and the small particle size of the powder makes it disperse quite nicely in liquids and blend in well in solid recipes. I prefer it greatly to Now's powder, which is much coarser. Some folks prefer refined stevia extract, which is neither green nor fibrous, but I'd rather stick to the whole, unrefined food. If whole stevia is what you're after, I think you'll be pleased with Planetary's product.
most natural, no stomach gas
Posted by Reviewer1879411 on Jan 10, 2007
Extracts often use chemical processes that leave chemical residues; or even bacterial processes! I have gotten very bad gas problems from certain stevia extracts, but have found the whole leaf to be problem-free. Sure, my coffee is greenish, but it is worth it. And it seems to last forever; alittle bit of the ground leaf is almost as strong as the extract.
Green stevia the best
Posted by Reviewer2144919 on Apr 25, 2009
This is the best way to take stevia. Better than the white powder form.
Posted by Reviewer1794033 on Mar 11, 2008
if you want a totally natural stevia product this is it! It has more of an herbally taste than the processed stevia (white) but i find it just as yummy, perhaps even a bit more so because it isn't so intensely sweet.
Adds a very nice taste, but doesen't dissolve completely.
Posted by Reviewer2003688 on Mar 12, 2007
I really like the taste of stevia. I think it has a better taste than sugar. I bought the leaf powder because it is less processed. If Only I didn't leave tiny balls of undissolved stevia floating on the surface of drinks, I would like it even better. Even so, plenty of the flavor gets absorbed. But you get the luxury of tasting crunchy stevia with the first few sips. Since I haven't yet tried the granulated form of stevia, I give this product 5 stars.
Posted by tinatherese on Jan 04, 2012
It tastes a bit like grass, but the kids like it in their water so am happy:)
Posted by Reviewer1067418 on Apr 24, 2012
Took some getting use to the green color, but it tastes just like the white powder. The only down fall is that it doesn't dissolve in liquids. works better served on foods.
Best tasting stevia product, handy shaker
Posted by Reviewer2605074 on Sep 16, 2013
This green leaf stevia tastes so much better than the stevia extracts. You have to use more and it doesn't dissolve, but it doesn't have the aftertaste that the extracts do. I've tried about 6 different brands of stevia extracts before trying this one and I'll stick with this from now on. I like the little shaker at the top which allows me to sprinkle it without having to get a spoon out. I use it mainly in my smoothies and desserts.
Posted by Jennie on Aug 06, 2012
As others as mentioned it does have a herbal taste so I wouldn't recommend putting it in your lemonade but it is good for cooking or adding to muesli.
What I was looking for!
Posted by Reviewer1758269 on Aug 24, 2009
I wanted to find a stevia powder that hadn't been processed and turned to white powder, so I decided to try this. I use it in smoothies and it blends well into the drink and makes it sweet without using sugar. This particular powder tastes more herbal than white processed stevia powder, but it still sweetens well. I would recommend it if you are looking for an unprocessed stevia powder.