Though they feel a bit like mattresses if you are used to the ultra slim stuff, they did not irritate me like the other brands. Would buy again.
These are incredibly light, so not too much shipping costs. They are dry, so they would keep for 20 years in an apocalypse (but only last for one week with me - I would suck at The Apocalypse). They go wonderfully in cooked dishes. I have made turkey with sage and cranberries on top of the stove and it was divine. They are not pre-sweetened,which is the best thing of all. You can never find cranberries that are not sweetened! They do not have weird preservatives in them. I mean - a perfect product!
When I first got sick, the doctors said throw away all the chemicals and change your life. I was really hesitant about trying the natural detergents because in the past I didn't find them effective. This one works very well and leaves our clothes smelling fresh. I'm very happy with it. We both only wear work clothes that don't get extremely dirty, so I imagine if you had a house full of dirty kids, it might be another story, but for us, it suited well.
I had to stop using chemical scents and got two of these Pacifica Perfumes. I felt that they are too expensive for what they are and the smell is very very mild. I guess if you like mild, then it's quite good, but I was hoping for a long-wear stronger scent.
Tastes like caramel and goes well in savory and sweet dishes. I make a saurkraut, green apple and turkey dish that has this drizzled on it - and it is spectacular. I use it in so many things. I like it better than stevia for cooking. If you use too much, you can get some stomach upset, so this is not a full-on sweetener, but an adjunct sweet flavoring.
Most of my new natural cleaning products didn't make the cut for this heavy duty cleaner, but this one did! Works like a charm and smells so fresh!
I have used the Now Better Stevia regular and found it quite good, but my doc said get organic version and it is a bit more bitter. However, after using it three days, I got very used to the taste and don't even notice it. It's weird how when you incorporate bitter into your diet, you get used to it so easily. The Chinese think this is an important aspect of taste, so who am I to quibble?
It goes on well and feels good but stings my eyes, so I avoid the eye area with it.
It's not like we have tough laundry, so it works well enough. I can't imagine it working on someone with children who get their jeans all soiled at the knees, but for gentle washing, it's great.
Because I'm gluten intolerant, I was really suffering without bread. I would normally never spend $12 on a pack of 7 wraps, but I was desperate. Turns out they are not really bread-like and if you put them with warm food in the microwave, they taste like a coconut fruit roll-up. Still, I was a happy enough camper. I put one in the toaster and almost burned the house down. These are delicate wraps best suited for cold foods and salads.