iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $6.20 (38% off)
Posted by Reviewer3281380 on May 18, 2011
El sabor es super intenso, sabe a regaliz ultra concentrado!! yo lo uso como substituto del azucar, y aunque da un sabor a regaliz, al final te acostumbras y esta bastante bueno, y eso que a mi no me gusta mucho el regaliz. pero para los amantes del regaliz es ideal! el otro dia hice una salsa de tomate natural, a la que le suelo añadir azucar para corregir la acidez, y le puse stevia en lugar del azucar, y quedo buenisima!!
wisdom natural, sweetleaf, stevia whole leaf concentrate
Posted by Reviewer3106583 on May 16, 2011
very good product!
Not potent enough
Posted by Reviewer2165989 on May 14, 2011
I have to use 8 drops on my tea so it's not nearly as potent as I expected. When using so many drops, there is a bad aftertaste that ruins my tea.
Posted by Reviewer2083284 on Apr 28, 2011
I received the product in a timely manner. I like what I read about the company and will continue to do business with them. As far as I can tell ( and taste) the Stivia is as advertised. The price compares with other sources. I am a satisfied customer.
Good for anit-Candida diet
Posted by Reviewer1154704 on Apr 13, 2011
I'm on an anti-Candida diet and using a lot of this. It's great for sweetening fruit-free smoothies.
Posted by Reviewer2383652 on Feb 22, 2011
I appreciate the price and quickness in sending me this product.
Posted by Reviewer1226818 on Jan 25, 2011
this is a great product, lovely sweet taste, no bitter aftertaste, one of those little bottles will last for ages, highly recommended
Not bad for natural sweetener
Posted by Reviewer2921494 on Jan 20, 2011
This being a whole leaf concentrate is probably why it doesn't have as much of an aftertaste as the powder forms. Honestly I hate the aftertaste of the powdered stevia but this was palatable to use in my coffee and tea and even plain yogurt..
wisdom natural whole leaf stevia
Posted by Reviewer1945570 on Jan 19, 2011
Love this in my tea! No more sugar for me.
No Aftertaste - unless you use too much of it.
Posted by Reviewer1976769 on Jan 15, 2011
My husband did not notice when I used the whole leaf concentrate in his iced tea. I used 3 drops in the place of 3 teaspoons of sugar for over a week before asking him how he liked his tea. He was thrilled that he no longer had to feel guilty about sweetening his iced tea. I've tried powdered stevia and some of the other clear types and I think this one tastes the most natural(by that I mean the most like sugar) I also cook with this. I substitute 1 teaspoon for 1 cup of sugar. When you are learning to cook with Stevia - be sure not to use too much. More will not make it sweeter - if you use too much it will become more bitter. Perhaps you could start by substituting it for only half of your sugar and then work up to get the right amount.