iHerb Customer Reviews
is it "opened"
28 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer3076633 on Oct 12, 2010
Algae is indigestible by humans unless the cell wall has been opened by milling or sound waves or something - I can't find any information about whether this is opened or not and other nutrtitional analysis, such as heavy, metals. Since it is grown in China I'd be concerned about that.
Organic, but not as tastey as Source Naturals Spirulina
8 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1534079 on Apr 23, 2010
I will switch back to Source Naturals Spirulina next time. It is not organic, but it tasted so much better than this one, and I noticed the energy boost within days.
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by sweetheart on Jul 21, 2012
The product is ok, but nowadays I try to avoid chinese products. I rather buy non-organic products from Europe or USA than organic products from China. I don't trust their certificates or moral and I don't want to support a country that doesn't care about human rights and other stuff that is important to me.
Posted by Reviewer1440774 on Oct 27, 2010
Not first quality, but ok spirulina powder, reasonable price
good product, taste quite over powering..
Posted by Reviewer1595298 on Dec 17, 2010
this is the first spirulina powder ive bought so ive got nothing to compare it to. I was previously taking pills but there were just too many to maintain & remember all the time!. the taste isnt the best & its super overpowering. I had alot of organic fruits, juice & milk to make a smoothy with this, also add Choc Whey shake powder which helps HEAPS to hide that overpowering spirulina taste. but good product overall