I use this for my dog
Posted by jayzou on Dec 04, 2011
...and I feel that it works for him. He occasionally gets weird rashes and bumps on his skin, but once he starts taking these his problems go away. So I think this is what's helping him at the moment.
Posted by jayzou on Sep 10, 2009
There are many scents to choose from, and so far there hasn't been one that I didn't like. I am keen on Lavender however.
Best Liver Detox
Posted by jayzou on Mar 04, 2012
The licorice taste takes some getting use to, but this thing packs such a detoxifying punch that nothing compares! It only took about a week for my taste buds to start craving this tea, and now this is all I drink (+ water). Pa ra pa pa paaa, I'm lovin' it!
One of the best
Posted by jayzou on Aug 31, 2011
I sweat as much as the next guy, but some guys smell more than others. Luckily I'm not one of them, but if you're looking for a great deodorant that has a manly scent and is natural, then look no further. I, however, can care less about a deodorant absorbing my sweat, because that's an unnatural process to your body's defense mechanism. So I love to sweat but also smell nice, and this is perfect for that.
Posted by jayzou on Dec 22, 2011
I'm comparing this to the regular medium-sized salt lamp by the same company, and boy does this 'outshine' the other! I'm super happy with this pyramid lamp, it's just so beautiful and bursting with ample soft light that can fill up a room (not too bright though, just right IMHO). The other regular medium lamp can't compare to this one, still beautiful but too dark with a good glow of amber. It will fill up a small space and definitely not a whole room like this pyramid lamp!
Posted by jayzou on Nov 22, 2007
Don't expect aromatic goodness, but it's not bad for the price you pay.
I'll use this on occasion but....
Posted by jayzou on Nov 01, 2011
I'll stick with coconut oil for my cooking needs. This is mostly due to the fact that red palm oil leaves a bright orange stain everywhere. When you cook with it you might as well brace yourself to clean up thoroughly afterwards.
Worst Stevia ever
Posted by jayzou on Jun 04, 2016
First off, as of June 4 2016 this product is listed for the price of $6.66...hmmm. Secondly, these days I only write reviews when I feel absolutely disgusted by a product and terribly misled by product claims. Supposedly, as its written in big bold letters on this bottle, this is the 'World's Best Tasting Stevia.' I've tried numerous stevia products from this site and at various markets, and this is by far the WORST stevia product I've ever tasted. Compared to other pure stevia products, this thing NOT ONLY leaves a bitter aftertaste, but you also need to add much more than normal to cover its bland sweetness...very bland. Unfortunately for me, I ordered 4 of these thinking I'd save some money and get more bang for the buck...BIG mistake, as I couldn't finish one bottle and decided to toss out the rest. I'll stick with better quality stevia products from now on...lesson learned. NEVER AGAIN!!
Can't get enough of it.
Posted by jayzou on Aug 02, 2010
I use this for everything now. No more table salt or sea salt, this is my new flavor-enhancing health addition.
One of the best in terms of quality and value
Posted by jayzou on Apr 07, 2012
This is a great filter that lasts over a year, and upon its end you can recycle it :) I ended up buying a few for family and friends, and they all agree that it makes a world of difference in their shower experience. I live in southern California, so the pollution is prevalent in our air and water supply. I used to dread showering because of the toxic chlorine smell, but this totally curbed the issue!
Every manual toothbrush owner should have this!
Posted by jayzou on Nov 04, 2011
This is the most eco-friendly toothbrush ever! Forget buying new sets of toothbrushes, instead just buy the bristles like this one! If everyone did this then there will be LOTS of plastic that goes un-wasted :)
THIS IS GHEE-T STUFF!
Posted by jayzou on Apr 07, 2012
It smells really sweet and goes on easily even when it's cold. The only thing is that the process seems energy-intensive, like the way maple syrup is made. I'll try to stick with butter or coconut oil until I find out how much heat and time it takes to make ghee.